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The Linx Blaze brings Microdosing to extract vaporizers

Discussion in 'Upcoming and Unreleased Portable Vaporizers' started by E. A. Ridgill, Oct 11, 2019.

  1. E. A. Ridgill

    E. A. Ridgill Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    Hi FC Forum Members,

    It’s no secret that we here at Linx Vapor like to design and innovate. We continually develop new and exciting accessories for our products with the intent of enhancing your vaporizing experience. With this in mind, it’s my pleasure to introduce to you the Linx Blaze Onyx!

    As always, we will be offering 10% off on the Linx Blaze Onyx to all FC Forum members, simply use the coupon code: BLAZEFC10. Coupon expires 11/11/19.

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    Back in February of this year, we launched the Linx Blaze. The Blaze was and still remains at the pinnacle of vaporizer innovation and style. It was lauded as the best vaporizer on the market.

    “I’m confident in saying the Linx Blaze is the best wax pen of 2019. From flavor to vapor production, this thing is just that good.” - Medium

    If this wasn’t enough, we here at Linx have more exciting news. We introduce to you the Blaze Budder Cups. These glass concentrate cups are designed to elevate your vaping experience by allowing you to accurately microdose/control dose your concentrate while making clean up and pre-loading easier than ever.

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    Microdose/control-dose your favorite strain with the new Blaze Budder Cups

    Sure to be a fixture in tomorrow’s mainstream cannabis culture, microdosing or controlled-dosing is all the rage today. The option to take very small doses instead of giant rips seems appealing for those looking for a less intense, more controlled high. With the Blaze Budder Cups measuring in at 0.6 mm x 0.6mm, you can accurately microdose your extract with ease while keeping your Blaze atomizer in pristine condition.

    Everyone that has used a wax pen knows the struggle of keeping the atomizer clean. Caution must be used when working around the heating element and beware… procrastination leads to a very sticky situation. Simply load the Budder cup and drop into the Blaze Zero atomizer. It will maintain that fresh out of the box look while minimizing atomizer wear and tear. A good, well maintained atomizer can last up to six months or longer.

    Loading a wax vaporizer in the great outdoors used to be an uphill battle. Not with the Budder Cups. Pre-load the Blaze cups with a mix of different strains and enjoy the full spectrum of flavors whenever and wherever. Clean-up is a breeze, simply submerge your budder cups in alcohol for 10 minutes and wipe clean with a cotton swab. The Linx Budder cups can take you from wake and bake to sweet dreams in a snap.

    As we continue to innovate, the introduction of the Linx Budder cups is yet another way for us to thank our customers, allowing additional options to customize their vaping experience. Whether you are into microdosing or just want the convenience, this 8-cup set is a can’t miss accessory for the Linx Blaze at $14.99. Learn more about Linx Budder Cups.

    Experience the dual-atomizer Linx Blaze, the best Wax Vaporizer of 2019

    If you are not familiar with the Award Winning Linx Blaze, here is a quick re-cap.

    Inside the Blaze kit, you will find 2 atomizers; Ace and Zero. The Ace atomizer produces large flavorful clouds thanks to its patent pending inlaid quartz heating element. Vape enthusiasts can attest to the bold and natural flavors that come with Quartz atomizer technology.

    The Blaze Zero atomizer on the other hand, is based on our award-winning wax vaporizer, the Linx Hypnos Zero. If you’re in the market for a quality made, portable, reusable vaporizer for under $80.00, the Linx Hypnos Zero has you covered. Now with the Blaze Zero atomizer, you get a deeper chamber and a bigger ceramic plate. This means faster heat-up time and plenty of tasty vapor. The Blaze is a two-atomizer powerhouse that offers blazing fast heat up time and flavorful clouds.

    As always, the Linx Blaze comes with Linx Signature features common across the entire Linx vaporizer line. You get the medical grade stainless steel construction, toxin free air-paths and a one-year warranty.

    It is this type of dedication — a constant pursuit of the prefect balance of value, experience, and innovation — that has put us on the map. Our range of award-winning, health conscious vaporizers are proof of our commitment to the quality and craftsmanship we put into everything we make.

    But wait, there’s more…This beast of a vaporizer has a new color, Onyx.

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    Darker than the depths of space, the new Blaze Onyx is beautifully brushed in obsidian, accented with chrome and finished with that beautiful Linx logo. The Blaze is truly a must have for all terpene connoisseur alike. Learn more about the Linx Blaze here.

    About Linx Vapor:

    As each innovation is a painstaking effort, our team keeps pushing the envelope. Flavor, health and craftsmanship are three words that have become synonymous with the Linx Vapor name and as always, the Blaze Onyx is continuing that tradition.

    Thanks, and if you enjoy the Linx Blaze Onyx and Blaze Budder Cups or any of our other products, let us know. Hit us up on IG or add a review on our website.
     
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  2. Sick Vape

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    I was just looking at the Blaze, because it is available in a more or less local shop, and they even carry replacement atomisers. I hope they will also stock the budder cups. This looks like a very handy accessory for precise dosing and for on the go. Makes reloading very easy, I think.

    I was wondering about the air path of the Blaze. Does the air go over the bucket and takes all the vapour with it that escapes the bowl or is it designed to guide the air a bit into the bucket?

    I saw the air intake holes are higher up in the Blaze than in the Hypnos Zero, where they seem to go into/over the bucket pretty low, where they possibly can get clogged with excessive use.
    I know people that used the Hypnos Zero and have never heard any complaint though!
     
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  3. Steamio

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    I have had the opportunity to have a review Linx Blaze Onyx edition with the budder cup accessory and have to say I have been very pleased. The Blaze is just a new color option but the cup with the ceramic atomizer are great for on the go and micro dosing, you do have 8 in the pack so it's pretty convenient, and keeps the Zero ceramic atomizer clean. The Zero on its own is a great ceramic bucket. Have a pic up on IG @steamio_kannabis
     
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  4. kuzko

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    I have also had the pleasure of using the new Budder cups for the Linx Blaze Onyx. For anyone not familiar with the Blaze, it’s a great device for concentrates on its own(comes with a ceramic flat coil atomizer as well as quartz chamber atomizer). The case it comes in is pretty nifty too.

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    But it’s the new Budder cups that stand out. The little case that the cups come in is brilliant. You slide the tray out and inside are 8 neat little cups. Each one comes with a little rubber cap so you can preload each cup and carry the whole case on-the-go.

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    The Budder cups are meant to be used in the flat ceramic coil atomizer. Once the mouthpiece is screwed on, the cup fits nice and snug in the Blaze. The Budder cups, as mentioned above, are super small. I only put a tiny amount of concentrate in each one.

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    The Blaze has different temperature levels so I started at the lowest and worked my way up. To my surprise, the 2nd level was the best for me. I thought it would take the highest heat since the atomizer needs to heat up the cup but I got great flavor and clouds on the second lowest setting and the cup looked pretty well spent after just a few rips. And that’s why the cups are so novel. You don’t have to keep loading/cleaning the same cup after each use. Just swap out one cup for another, you do get 8 of them! Lol. And the swap is easy, just unscrew the mouthpiece and it slides right out.

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    I would absolutely recommend the Blaze with Budder cups to anyone looking for a discrete, clean, and portable concentrate microdosing device.
     
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  5. Steamio

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    Question for you, did you happen to have different concentrates to test out the budder cups? Just curious if temp 2 was good all around or for more waxy or resin, I had to bump up the temp to 3 for shatter but usually started off on 2 and finished on 3 or 4 for certain extracts. But over all I'm very happy with the Blaze onyx and the cups . Just wish the power button had a silicon piece behind it to stop the rattle and help keep the button cool.
     
  6. Sick Vape

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    Help.:drool: kuzko's report is mesmerising me. Wonderful. You would be a great salesperson. I probably am going to get the Blaze before they carry the budder cups or the onyx version in that shop. Fuck VPAS is getting me.:nod:

    On the picture it looks like the budder cup sits pretty loose in the bucket? Does it move?
    Is it better to carry the Blaze empty and just load it before use?

    I would love to see a picture of the mouthpiece from below.

    edit:I forgot what WPAS is so I put VPAS. I am already heavily stricken, lol
     
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  7. kuzko

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    I did not test out any shatter. I mostly stick to “sauces” and resins. I’ll keep in mind the temperature difference if I come across some. Level 3 is probably good too, I just know I took some hits at level 4 and didn’t get the great flavor that I got from the lower temps.

    Lol. I noticed the power button rattle too, but it really doesn’t annoy me.

    It does sit slightly loose in the atomizer without the mouthpiece on. It’s secured in when you screw on the mouthpiece. Can’t see it when the mouthpiece is on but there is no sound or rattle coming from it when the mouthpiece goes on. After a lot of use, the Budder cups will start to stick to the mouthpiece so when you unscrew the mouthpiece the bucket slides out with it, but easily removable. And tells you that the mouthpiece screws on right onto the cup.

    As far as carrying it loaded or not, that’s up to the user I think. I have a lot of experience with using the Sai and other top-fill concentrate devices and you can carry them around loaded but you risk spillage. But most people still do it because concentrate is so viscous. Personally, I would feel fine carrying the Blaze around with a freshly loaded cup, and with preloaded cups in the case. I’d feel less comfortable if I overfilled and had a ton of reclaim, but the Cups are so small that you pretty much vape the oil in a few hits so you don’t have to worry about it.

    Here’s some pics of the mouthpiece. First one has a Budder cup that slid off with it. Lol. You can see it’s just a small screen, of which I have never cleaned so far. I assume eventually I’ll have to but it’s holding up nice in the week or so of use.

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  8. Shit Snacks

    Shit Snacks Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA

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    I have received one of these as well, and agree it is very nice! I mostly use oil carts and dab with a friends banger/rig or convection dabs with my splinterZ/rig, aside from herbs. This is so much better than those coils, even some ceramics, like I've seen in many other concentrate pens!

    I had some kosher tangie raw garden sauce in the cup in the zero on red actually at first (how it was set out of the box) and actually did not find it too hot or harsh at all, coming from a low temp vaper. You can get a few nice hits off a tiny amount, I tried some loudpack live resin after in the same cup that also worked well last night. This morning I brought the ace atomizer with a tiny bit of the kosher tangie loaded, used it in the car before a movie and it just kept hitting. Nice smooth flavorful clouds still on the highest setting even... I think the taste may have been even better with the quartz, but I have much more testing to do with each of the setups!

    I like how well it matches the Eden too, which I also enjoy quite a bit for its quartz convection. Onyx is a nice color though I think I would like silver a lot too, these are great feeling, solid devices. Blaze is easy dabbing anywhere!

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  9. Steamio

    Steamio New Member

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    Sick Vape Solar Dabs

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    Good pictures.:tup: I was well interested in how the airflow is designed. I seems to work perfectly fine. I like the first picture too, it nicely shows how the b-cups fit and how small they are. Thanks a lot.

    Now where can I apply for a test unit? :D

    (Thinking to myself: B-cups or D-Cups that is a difficult one... :))
     
  11. Sick Vape

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    This most likely meant 6mm x 6mm which is still pretty small, but sounds more practical for loading than 0.6mm x 0.6mm. :D
    How big is the inner diameter of the cups? Is the load in one cup around half of a rice grain in the pictures?
     
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  12. kuzko

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    I’ll see if I can measure one when I get home. You’re probably correct though.

    I’d say half a grain of rice is probably correct too. Maybe a little more, depends on the kind of rice, and if it’s cooked or uncooked. Lol.
     
  13. JiggyJack

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    Given the current vape ban in MA I am now really, really tempted to get the Blaze and/or the Eden. Not that my Hypnos isn't good enough but ya know.
     
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  14. kuzko

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    Just measured, the inside diameter of the Budder Cups is indeed 6mm. And around 8mm tall.
     
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  15. Shit Snacks

    Shit Snacks Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA

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    Yeah that situation sucks, I rely on carts out and about, but the Blaze is pretty damn effective with sauce n resin, probably shatter n rosin too!

    If you can get straight oil, the Hermes3 may be worth looking into as a refillable cartridge (still need to pick up some oil so I can test and review mine). And yeah pop over to the Eden thread for herbs, I've been very vocal there about my positive experience and we'd love to have you...
     
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  16. Sick Vape

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    So a stainless steel (silver) Linx Blaze has landed. No Budder Cups yet, as they are not available nearby. It feels very good in the hand.
    I am still getting used to it. Do I hold it like a candle or like a flute? Turn while I inhale? Sometimes it almost seems to eat my dabs. No reclaim, no vapour...just eaten. Sometimes it makes quite decent clouds, but nowhere near what my enail does with the same amount of rosin.
    For the moment I used mainly the quartz "ACE" atomiser. In the "Zero" the dab mainly disappeared. I will have to educate me on that one.
    I absolutely need more rosin to get used to this beautiful device and style of consumption.
     
  17. Sick Vape

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    Well, after two battery loads and quite a bit of my oh so precious rosin, I still only produce whispy vapour most of the time.
    It worked best with very, very small loads and with pulling pretty strong.
    I might try it again with the budder cups as the constant loading of poppy seed sized dabs is really tedious and not really discrete.

    The thread title pretty much sums it up. No matter what size dab I put in, the Blaze managed to make a micro dose hit out of it.:evil:

    I so wish it gave me bigger hits, as it is a very beautiful extract vaporiser. It is very well built with no burrs or whatever. The build on my unit is perfect.
    It feels good and strong in the hand. You want to hit it, just because it feels great and has a great design.
    Also the packaging is nice and the rubber-feel case is really great quality.

    I am still in the learning curve I guess, but will have to switch to CBD rosin to continue the training, due to availability.:myday:
     
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  18. Sick Vape

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    Click to play YouTube Video

    Incredible what one can learn in a vaporiser review :D
     
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  19. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    Pretty decent!
    Fucked up is a way to start MONDAY on the PALE BLUE DOT we live on!

    LINK if CANNABIS is your love?
     
  20. Sick Vape

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    Lol I am not sure. I found myself in some beauty product or eyeliner review in that link. And yes, something on the linx blaze too.
    I did not get along with the blaze but I remember some pretty flavourful draws.
    I never could produce anything like a cloud they get in these reviews whatever amount I put in.
    For my usage I had the problem that domes did form in the bowl, they got bigger from the heat and splash against the mouthpiece without ever vaporising I had the impression.
    This might be different with a different extract with different properties.
    I did not bother to try any longer, because I could send mine back due to an error.


    Edit: I suspect it works fine for distillates and such and less good with some rosins. Uneducated guess.
     
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  21. YaMon

    YaMon Vaping since 2010

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    Who needs dab tools with nails like those?
     
  22. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    I have a few vaporizer’s I use both plug-in, portable battery & flame one’s!
    Only one is all one need’s?
    I collect for a decent experience.
    I consume rosin everyday and the LINKS is very decent at providing flavor/effect if you love medicate?
     
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  23. Sick Vape

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    Ultimaltely no one even needs one vaporizer. We could just smoke and die earlier and cough ⅓ of our lives.:D

    But for vaporisers, I find sometimes it is good to have a change. Same as with the weed. So you need more than one, I think. I change between the Mighty and the Plenty with reducer sometimes and it does the trick for me. I was so astonished with the flavour of the plenty the last time i switched. And it often takes a couple of vaporisers until you find what suits you.
    Then for me, I like to have a vaporizer at every place I am regularly as I do not always want to run around with paraphernalia, dab rigs, vaporisers in my pockets.
    When I bought my mighty at the grow/headshop I got searched by police afterwards. They did not say anything, just wanted to know what it was. I later read they were looking for someone that looked similar to me. But still I do not like to talk vaporiser with the police.
    A collection of vapes is cool. But for me now, as soon as my needs are met, I prefer to invest my money in other projects. Like a new bed for example.

    Perfect. Then it is just me that can't handle that blaze correctly if you are also using rosin.

    Haha I was thinking the same.
    Her uncommon mix of beauty products and dab pen review is definitely refreshing and new and she is cute, although I am too old to watch this too often, lol. I'll try without sound or upside down next time.
     
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  24. ataxian

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    I love flower colas as well it’s just rosin is low in $ so I load the LINKS with what I have?
     
  25. Sick Vape

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    For me rosin is the extract with the most complete effect. I have no idea what rosin would cost over here. Never seen anyone sell decent rosin or oil. The last commercial oil I saw was a dozen years ago or so and you could smell the petroether solvent from far :ugh:.
    Maybe I would be happy with the linx in your position with available rosin.
     
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