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The Lotus Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Max Jitter, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. voodoo_vape

    voodoo_vape Vapour RebeL

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    You can check on Black Leaf's site for some quality glassware and I think that you'll find what you're looking for and you can also check on dhgate as well, for something cheaper.
    There are plenty more places that sell those, I'm just mentioning those two...
     
  2. The Beagle

    The Beagle Butanist Bubblemaker

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    I got this version of the @Oregonglassblower j hook and I find it just perfect for the Lotus, way better than the regular one where you have to keep the torch in front of your eyes. You could ask him to make one with a carb hole
     
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  3. Putricio

    Putricio Active Member

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    The crazy The Beagle! I did exactly what you suggested yesterday! I had a great experience with Oregonglassblower. He answered all my questions and responded to my emails promptly.
     
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  4. voodoo_vape

    voodoo_vape Vapour RebeL

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    Wow! This looks really nice and handy.. Maybe I order one at some point.. My only concern is that it cannot be combined with the new lady in house and the budget is currently limited and if any expenditure it has to be at least compatible for both of them..Regardless of that though, this piece and several others from this vendor, look really cool!! And I'm sure hitting Lotus with one of those will def be an awesome session...you can also attach an ashcatcher or even a bubbler and make it even deadlier!! :evil:
     
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  5. RedEyeRasta

    RedEyeRasta Member

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    hey guys, one question.
    my standard vapor cap fell into a glass of Jägermeister (herbal liquor with a lot of sugar for those who dont know). all the metal parts have been cleaned but what about the wood?
    can I still use it or should I clean it? what should I use for cleaning?
    now using the black vapor cap. performs way better in my opinion. :D
     
  6. Squiby

    Squiby Well-Known Member

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    I LOVE Jägermeister! I think that the wood finish would tolerate a quick rinse under the tap followed by a rub down with a dry cloth, then set out to dry completely.

    I prefer the high temp cap as well. :)
     
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  7. MySega

    MySega Well-Known Member

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    I would think the wood could be quick washed and then oiled with some kind of lemon oil
     
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  8. RedEyeRasta

    RedEyeRasta Member

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    why lemon oil?
     
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  9. Max Jitter

    Max Jitter Manufacturer Manufacturer

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    I agree, esp. with the dry completely. We use WATCO Danish Oil for the cap. Just be sure that you oil only the exterior. We dry it for a few days at a warm, not hot, temp to make the smell disappear.
     
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  10. Max Jitter

    Max Jitter Manufacturer Manufacturer

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    President's Day Sale this weekend - 15% off.
     
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  11. Lookatmeglow

    Lookatmeglow I seem to have a bad case of VAS

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    Is there a coupon code for it, or is it automatically applied at checkout?
     
  12. Max Jitter

    Max Jitter Manufacturer Manufacturer

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    Automatic discount
     
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