Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Dogman, Apr 16, 2012.
This question can only be answered if you get a water pipe. As that would depend on what you have.
If you don't have a water pipe yet, it just means that which ever size you choose (14 or 18), when you do go looking for glass later, you will need to find something that mates to the size you pick, or find an adapter that will make it fit.
ats314 kinda summed it up.
I could only add that, at equal herb quantity and kinda same temperature the Cano has way less dense clouds, due to its air to vapor ratio being big. Which means to much air (imho) and not enough vapor in a single puff.
Please note that imE the cano is collecting dust because of that mainly. It delivers small clouds at 190 with a small amount. You really need to put at least 1g to get dense cloud at 190.
For those who didn't read the tread it would be in your best interest to read it. Here are the answers that are already in the thread. I also hate to read long threads but as threads go this one isn't that long.
The crackling is from something wet inside the INH. Did you dry it for hours after iso before you used it? Is your herb very wet? If it is dry it more.
The black top and the black bottom is the black INH. This is what they called the all black version.
Welcome back Taylor.
This is a sneak peek at the new purple Inhalater.
Great job OV. I am mailing you mine to make it pretty too.
Edit: I still don't get why you talented people haven't figured out a way to score the temp dial and make it pretty too.
if it has the black fat tips, it's the newer model. Mine is silver and is still new.
Drool. That carbon fiber is beautiful. MVS is kicking is something fierce.
ordered from theotherside last night i cant wait to get it and compare it to the rest of my arsenal i love the pax but it is just takes so much care for it to work properly im hoping the inhalater will be less problematic
Just ordered one last night, but now i regret it as theres a new version coming out. What are the odds of me returning it if its still brand new and sealed?
I was so close to purchasing but i think i can wait 4 weeks
Yeah I'm a little bummed that news came out on the day I picked mine up at the post office. As long as it doesn't give me problems I'm cool with the current model.
same, I just bought one :/
Am i correct in saying that the current model has no battery level indicator
We are at a time in the vape industry where improvements and changes to the products are probably going to keep happening as the industry gets fine tuned. I also see a lot of hasty, get it out there, first run devices that end up with v2, v3 etc, with in a few months time because it has gotten so competitive, or there were too many bugs, and also it's just a good way to keep making money. I could sit by and wait and wait for versions to stabilize, but then I would not be participating in the evolution, and I am happy enough with our options as they are now anyway, it's way more than what was available to us just a few months ago. It will be cool to see how many new ways get figured out to vape on the go, and how improvements continue. I really like the performance of the INH, and look forward to seeing the updated XP model.
It doesn't seem like the updated model has real changes. I believe they just fixed the knob and circuit board. They claim better battery life as well but none of us complained that I saw about it. So if your unit is working and your knob should already be the new one you are all good.
I was told back in July that the XP would have digital battery indicator, digital temperature display, and Internet connectivity for firmware updates. Have you heard something different?
Pimped vape LOL
No, that would be interesting though. How are they going to do that in such a small unit. A great unit about to get better if you are correct woohoo.
Does anyone here ever have their load come out charred after a session? I start vaping at 5 1/2 or 6 and then finish on 8 or 8 1/2. According to the temp chart for the inhalater I shouldn't be getting any higher 380F. Am I over hitting my load or is my temperature off? Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. On a side note having owned both the Pax and the Inh., the Pax hits less harsh but the Inh. gives off more vapor, IMHO.
I have never charred my stash and have never read it happening in this thread. If you don't want harsh you have two options. I don't know if you are using water but I don't. When I first got the INH it was real harsh to me. So what did I do? I turned the temp down. Eight is for water not for your throat. I believe most who use the little tube and do direct are between 4-6. I now use a long hose and still use those temps but no harshness at all. I also got used to it over time and can use the short tube on 4 or just below it with no issue. It can get a little harsh when the capsule is spent but nothing like combusting.
Regarding the really dark ABV, I remember mentioning this early on, I have seen my loads get near black at the 8-8.5 setting. I even posted a picture, and asked if this was normal. I have blown out capsules that looked a hair from being charred, but just border line. I have not seen ash or tasted combustion.
What temp chart are you looking at? The one posted back earlier in the thread says 410 on max. That's plenty to turn the weed black. I've done it several times with my INH.
I think you are referring to updates to the original INH004, Dreamerr. The XP is a new thing alltogether.
if this is true, I'm actually ok with the current model. I was mostly interested in hardware changes, like a new heating element or something. Thingss like a temp display and battery display, while nice, won't actually make the unit perform better for me, and may just raise the cost on it.
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