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The Inhalater INH004 Phytotherapeutic Rechargeable Portable Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Dogman, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. spanner

    spanner Member

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    packed a full capsule last night and started at full temp and had some huge clouds straight away - amazing. Checked the material colour after a few hits and it was already browning but managed to carry on for a good 6 more hits. This is a great product so far
     
  2. lookhigh

    lookhigh Well-Known Member

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    I think i will order the xp in the new year. will i be able to order inth the EU or should i order from Canada
     
  3. Inhalater

    Inhalater Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    The Automatic mode is to be activated by placing the temperature dial at what is presently the 1 temperature setting. Balance of dial will be 1-10 (max)

    Regarding report of possible MCU glitch: A plausibility is that the temperature control knob potentiometer is damaged. This may be due to user negligence or hardware malfunction.
    In this case, when dial is turned until it won't no more, it actually is reseted to the 1 position. In effect cooling down to 1. Enjoy your Inhalater by not dialing knob all the way into stop.

    Units sold by UK retaillers benefit of UK/EU charger. Warranty support for these units is operated in the UK. You may inquire here for local UK purchase www.vaporlot.com
     
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  4. vk2003

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    Hi,

    Your products are not listed on their website. Are they starting in the new year? Also, will there be a price differential between the UK and US prices?
     
  5. X24

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    I've been working through a way to trade off a couple of items for the inhXP. It shall be mine if initial reviews are as glowing as the inh004.
     
  6. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    Only time will tell. We still have a few weeks before we can get our hands on them.
     
  7. Vaporlot.com

    Vaporlot.com Well-Known Member Retailer

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    Hello,

    Thank you for your interest.

    They will be updated on the site as soon as we have a delivery date for them. We haven't put them on yet as we don't wish to take customers money and keep them waiting unknowingly.

    Within 2 weeks we should have a date I think. We are as excited as everyone here as it's a quality bit of kit!

    Best regards :)
     
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  8. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    I still enjoy my crop but I can't say I am enjoying the INH as much with this malfunction... :\ It is confusing for me and my friends when they use it and it seems as the affected travel area of the knob towards the max got wider from yesterday. And I treat it gentler than my iPhone... Have already mailed you.
     
  9. PhxRocker

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    Well, after doing a lot of reading of these threads, I've decided on the INH XP as my portable vape. Will get one right after Christmas.

    I was initially drawn to the PAX, because of it's super-stealthy look. But according to subsequent reviews, it seems to have some performance and/or cleaning issues with it. But after reading the mostly good reviews on the Inhalater, and after watching some videos of people getting some great clouds with it, I'm sold on the INH!

    It will never replace my SSV (which is definitely my "go to " vape), but it'll be nice to have a good "out & about" vape!!


    FUCK COMBUSTION!!


    Cheers!!!
     
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  10. vk2003

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    Does anyone know whether the Vapor Tamer (like this) can be used inline with the INH/XP to cool the vapor from the mouthpiece?
     
  11. Egzoset

    Egzoset 1SipAToke/Blender Vaporist (v3.1)

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    Salutations Inhalater,

    Have you considered the option to offer a version with some recessed control?

    By the way, i've wanted to ask for a while now... Just to make sure: does the Inhalater correspond to a rheostatic concept where power instead of temperature is being controlled - or - is it, instead, what i'd call a full-blown "thermostatic" vaporizer (with suitable temperature sensor, PWM driver, etc., whatever)?

    :peace:
     
  12. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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  13. Inhalater

    Inhalater Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    Ideas regarding button type activation are regularly floated. At the present, we feel that the simplicity of a temperature dial trumps the technologic appeal of buttons.... Regarding the temperature control knob; in plan is a click type dial and a solid lock to replace the somewhat delicate potentiometer stop.

    Your Inhalater is digitally controlled via a 4Mhz, 128bytes of ram, 1K bytes of memory, integrated circuit computer. It is equiped with an ultra precise glass encapsulated temperature sensor and makes use of PWM functionality via a mosfet power transistor. Each unit is digitally calibrated on a test bench for precise and constant operating temperatures.

    We do not expect that there will be a significant price difference between UK and other country retaillers. Shipping may be more affordable from local retailler.
     
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  14. spanner

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    any idea how the new xp will compare to the thermovape cera in terms of battery life?
     
  15. vk2003

    vk2003 Member

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    Thanks Vitolo

    So then my question is this, experienced vapers: this is my first vape. I have very twitchy lungs so want to cool/ moisten the vapours some. A small subtle device would be much preferred.
    Has anyone any experience of the Smooth-Flow Moisture Conditioner from Thermo Essence - does it work well? Compared to the Vapor Tamer (which seems much larger)?
     
  16. vorrange

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    The Cera is expected to have about 30-40min of battery life. The INH has more than the Solo's battery, ~2hours. I'm guessing that the INH XP will have even more battery life from what has been said by the manufacturer.
     
  17. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    I use the smooth flow and it is Ok but I have found using a long tube is easier and works as well. I did also try NF getto water tool and after figuring it out does work and you have nothing to carry. It will even work with spit. I don't do either but it is all good. As of yesterday I took my solo out instead because of the smell on most portables. I just got tired of it.
     
  18. kushcabbage

    kushcabbage vapor nerd

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    by in plan does this mean the xp still has the "somewhat delicate potenitometer stop? or has it been upgraded to the click type dial? Thank you for your time. I preordered two xp's and am very curious as how they handle against the daily use factor that the regular 004 had (ie temp knob falling off or too loose)
     
  19. vk2003

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    Thanks Dreamerr. I can just see myself with a wet lap if I try the MFGWT (especially after a couple of goes...)
    Any other miraculously small but remarkably effective water tools that will work with the XP?
     
  20. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    I just keep asking that same question. I just got a get an aqua vape inline suggestion but to me it still looks to big but can't find the specs. I am waiting to see what the PVH2O will look like. Then I will more then likely decide between the two. I really wanted something that was only a few inches but I don't even know if that is possible to work correctly. It also would have to be spill proof and being able to use it laying down would put me in the buy immediately range. I doubt I want to raise my head to get a hit so I am not sure water will ever work for me.

    Yes I did get all wet with the NFGWT and almost choked but you get better at it. I only say that to say I wanted it to work just for the curiosity to as what NF was doing. I have no interest in doing it in general but may take a hit that way now and again now cause it is easy and works well.
     
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  21. Inhalater

    Inhalater Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    The knob upgrades are planned later next year. These modifications may not be introduced at the present time in regards to CNC production technique.
     
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  22. Belgianvapor

    Belgianvapor Well-Known Member

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    today I recieved my order of ten extra capsules from the other side vapes, trough ebay, and it seems to me that none of the capsules are perfect, I mean, little wrinkles near the mouth piece, the tube doesn't close perfectly, I mean the "plastic" where it ends is about a mm from the side, the top isn't flat but one of the corners sticks out a little bit, the tube is not perfectly round, four are with real fine mesh, six with the bigger mesh that also my first two came with, I bought them out of fear because I broke one the other day, pulled the black top right off and couldn't get it back together again but now I'm fearing I will damage the heating chamber if they are for instance not perfectly round.
    damn and this is up to date my most favorite vape
     
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  23. vk2003

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    The Vapor Tamer that Vitolo demoed in the video above is a glycerine based cooler, but obviously needs to be frozen to be effective. Thus higher maintenance than a water based one. I was looking at the aqua vape too - have you looked to see if there are any videos on youtube to give a scale?
     
  24. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    Someone PM'd me and it is 5" which to me is large. I will get it if the PVH2O isn't smaller and doesn't get good reviews. I was close cause I guessed 6".
     
  25. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    Have you contacted Taylor about this?
     

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