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The Magic-Flight Box

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by magicflight, May 16, 2009.

  1. Buildozer

    Buildozer Well-Known Member

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    do you really think they would void the warranty over that?? i figured it was OK to do little mod's or what ever to your box if it didn't effect its function? i can maybe see the lid not being warrantied if you broke the one you put on, but i'd hope that changing the lid yourself wouldn't void the warranty on the box.. especially if it didn't damage it..:shrug:
  2. BigDaddyVapor

    BigDaddyVapor @BigDogJunction

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    Careful?

    I'm not sure I know the meaning of this word?

    EDIT: I'm not worried about the warranty. I will forever remind anyone at MF of the "Shit Box", if they give me grief. ;)
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  3. Buildozer

    Buildozer Well-Known Member

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    hah.. i didn't think you were worried about the warranty..
  4. Bon Dog

    Bon Dog Well-Known Member

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    lol whats the shit box?
  5. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    Please don't answer. PM if you must. I just had dinner and don't want to read that story again. :disgust:

    :peace:
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  6. skippy

    skippy Well-Known Member

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    I use the powerex 2700s I have been now for about eight months, they re good but I find you really need to use them the day you charge them for optimum use.
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  7. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl SPACE GOD

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    Warning: graphic gastrointestinal story ahead


    The Porcelain Throne and Mountain of Death claimed the life of a Box, far too young in its adventures, IMO. Didn't know what was going on, it just made a jump from the pocket to the chocolate.

    Magic Flight warrantied it. Well... they didn't ask for it back, just kinda gave him a new one, ya know? No one likes getting their hands dirty.
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  8. Bon Dog

    Bon Dog Well-Known Member

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    oh i faintly remember reading about that lol
  9. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    Amen to that one. I'm not sure how retelling this story really promotes the cause.......

    Exactly right. One of the trade offs made to get that lovely big number (and all the sales it represents) is giving up on 'self discharge'. MF ships batteries charged because they are Low Self Discharge (LSD) and retain something like 80% charge a year later. HSD types like the 2700 do that in a few days.

    I think most guys decide the small temporary gain isn't worth the trade off.....probably why MF uses the 2400s.

    OF
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  10. thunderfunk

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    Not as bad of a story as I imagined.

    I was leaning towards something like two girls one launch box type of deal... I've dropped plenty of shit in the porcelain throne... and also some non-shit items
  11. sendsb

    sendsb New Member

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    Hi,

    I just joined this site to praise Magic Flight for their service. I contacted them a couple of days ago with regards to claiming on the warranty for my launch box, which is now a few years old and is showing some signs of damage. They day after that my mother suffered a massive stroke, was rushed to hospital...and died. I had an email today from Magic Flight saying they would send me a new launch box after I had taken it apart and sent them the photo's. I briefly contacted them to say that I would send the pictures in as soon as I could but that I had a death in the family and things were obviously hectic for me so I would not be able to send in the pictures until next week.

    I had the following reply from Tina Marie in Magic Flight:

    "Hi,
    I went ahead and pushed your warranty through. Please do not forget to submit your photos. ;)
    We are sorry for your families loss. Sending you all love and light.
    We are submitting your request today and your shipment will be
    sent in the mail via USPS sometime over the next 3-4 business days."

    I was quite overwhelmed to get this response from them. Here in the UK we're more used to large companies not giving a damn about the customer. I'm really impressed with the customer service from Magic Flight and their gesture of sending out a new one before they receive my photo's (which I can assure them that I will be sending!).

    Thank you Magic Flight. You briefly lit up what has been a dark few days for me :)
  12. jl420

    jl420 Active Member

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    So sorry for your loss, my deepest sympathy to you and your family...
    My friend had his MFLB for 6 days and cracked the clear case cover. He couldn't find his invoice and already had deleted his email info from the MFLB company. He contacted them on Monday and by Saturday morning his new MFLB was in the mailbox. They are a great company who take pride in their product and will always have my support.
  13. thunderfunk

    thunderfunk Member

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    Finally got my mail from magic-flight.com

    Ordered on 02/24/2012.

    Got the walnut stem, 2 foot whip and power adapter. And oh boy the PA is a game changer. Very happy with this purchase... outside of the in my opinion horrible shipping time. (CA to South Dakota)

    Also wish the PA was available in walnut...

    Next purchase. Water pipe whip to hook up to my bubbler. Got the 2 foot whip to see if I would be able to get enough vapor to even make the water pipe whip worth it and I believe it is.

    [​IMG]
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  14. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl SPACE GOD

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    You can actually take the whip apart and get a whip out of it :)
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  15. thunderfunk

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    I was thinking about that. Not sure how I would do it though. I'd have to figure out something to put on one of the ends to make it fit in my bubbler.
  16. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl SPACE GOD

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    Damnit, I meant you can take the water pipe whip adapter apart for a "free" whip.

    Anyways, I have a 14mm direct inject piece, I took the plastic shorty stem off one end and just stuck it into the DI joint. There's a video I think I put up not too many pages back showing it?
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  17. thunderfunk

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    Unbelievable how good I feel for only using a vape for a week and I ('m trying) quit smoking and haven't had a cigarette in 3 days.

    Love the power adapter and walnut stem combo... making some real nice clouds right now
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  18. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    Your body is thanking you the best way it knows how. Enjoy it, you've earned it.

    BTW, that very same body will further reward you by arranging more years to enjoy it in......also a good thing.

    OF
  19. ehakim

    ehakim Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone else have trouble getting good hits off the whip? I have a 1ft whip I bought a while back and rarely used, I recently fell back in love with my LB but find it near impossible to get satisfying vapor or even visible vapor with the whip. Any suggestions?

    Edit: btw I'd like to think I'm season veteran with the box when comes to hitting native or with the stem so I know I have the technique down
  20. Bon Dog

    Bon Dog Well-Known Member

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    the diameter at the end of the whip is larger than the stem making the change somewhat difficult. my fix was to buy another stem and put it on the mouth end of the whip
  21. ehakim

    ehakim Well-Known Member

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    It's funny you say that since I've already done that because I broke a glass stem so I filed down the sharp edge and the switched it for the plastic end, found no difference tho :/
  22. Bon Dog

    Bon Dog Well-Known Member

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    was it the glass stem that broke? cus i can melt sharp edges with just a simple torch
    plus its X2 reclaim hahah
  23. ehakim

    ehakim Well-Known Member

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    Yea, looking back that would have been easier on my ears than sanding down the glass, I hate that sound
  24. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl SPACE GOD

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    I think using the whip is easier! Since you can totally look at the stem/trench you can see how fast the vapor is flowing out and how thick it is. In fact I just used mine a few times dry (usually hooked up to the rig) and got a huge hit; big enough to make me cough some. Feeling it in the eyes now :cool:

    I just hit it slowly and steadily with the whip. I don't know why it's not working for you :( I just hit mine again, at the rate that the vapor is rising it's getting sucked out so barely any time to build up in the trench area, and I blew out a pretty, vibrant blue cloud. Maybe your inhale is too fast? I honestly dunno :shrug:

    My actual whip had shorties on both ends?
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  25. ehakim

    ehakim Well-Known Member

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    I'm loading a fresh trench and gonna try it out with the pa see if that does the trick... But ideally I'd like to use the whip with batts for stealth hits on the go

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