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The Magic-Flight Box

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

  1. axakal

    axakal Well-Known Member

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    i don't know about the Ascent, since it's new and its faults are yet to be discovered and dealt with. but i know, that you can't go wrong with the box. it's an affordable, easy to conceal, reliable vape with a unlimited lifetime warranty. you get it echxanged if it gets broken, even if it was due to a ceiling fan accident or other strange events. :) there are just no fancy electronics, which can break. with the new improved batteries even more fun seems to be guaranteed.
    as far as i know, the premium only has different woods, since they seem to include the improved batteries with all models now. but i'd ask about the batteries first, just in case.
     
  2. b0

    b0 Vapor powered

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    The box is a great vape and I won't hesitate to buy it. I bought one for my GF and after trying it, bought another one for me (and I already have a solo)

    Is an incredible, small vape to use it everywhere.
     
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  3. mattstermh

    mattstermh Active Member

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    Just purchased the 2013 model for $77.
     
  4. morninglight

    morninglight Well-Known Member

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    nice deal! excellent vape!
     
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  5. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    I just got back from running some errands and the MFLB at least to me is the easiest vape to use when I run around town and need to medicate , nausea and neuropathy are in high gear this week the box gives me the relief I need with small amounts so I'm not baked when I have to get things done. But then once I'm home..............
     
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  6. axakal

    axakal Well-Known Member

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    now you only have to get the PA, the 1ft whip, the WPW and you are golden :)

     
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  7. mattstermh

    mattstermh Active Member

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    What's the PA and WPW?
     
  8. axakal

    axakal Well-Known Member

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    PA = poweradapter, WPW - water pipe whip. they're not a must, if your budget is tight. but having them in the collection has its advantages.
     
  9. ShipDit

    ShipDit 1%

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    If it's going to be your only Vape then seriously consider the power adapter.
    When you're just chillin' around the house it makes things sooo much easier then trying to manage batteries.
    The PA turns a very stealthy Vape into a small but good home unit.
    I used the MFLB with the PA as my only Vape for more than 6 months and never felt the need for another Vape.
    Don't get me wrong, I WANTED every new Vape that came along, but never NEEDED another.
    The MFLB will take good care of you, but it works so well that t will suck you into a whole new hobby...collecting vaporizers!!
    You made a good choice, the MFLB will teach you skills that will transfer to any vapes you may get in the future.
    So welcome to the club, your life is about to get a little more interesting. :)
     
  10. thunderfunk

    thunderfunk Member

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    NOOOOOOOOO!!!

    All I've been looking forward to all day at a shitty day of work is a couple trenches in the MFLB to calm me down... and now my power adapter isn't working! I can hear a little buzzing sound coming from it but it the MFLB isn't heating up.

    I suppose I'll use the batteries, but I just got the PA like 3 weeks ago... hopefully it's something that can be easily fixed!
     
  11. Vicki

    Vicki The Bionic Woman

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    Oh no, that sucks! :(

    At least you have battery back up. Have you contacted Magic Flight?
     
  12. thunderfunk

    thunderfunk Member

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    Yeah. I sent Desiree an email and then realized there is a place on the website to file for a warranty claim for accessories so I just did that.

    I didn't realize the pa and all accessories are covered for the first 90 days... which is awesome!

    I've spoiled myself with the PA anyway, didn't even give myself a chance to really learn to use the batteries so this will be a good experience. Especially now that I know I have the good batteries lol.

    I'm just overreacting because it was a horrible day at work and I've been looking forward to my trench time since about 10:30 this morning lol
     
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  13. Vicki

    Vicki The Bionic Woman

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    Yeah, understandable. I'm sure Magic Flight will take care of you. :)
     
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  14. mattstermh

    mattstermh Active Member

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    Do I need the specific 2013 power charger for my 2013 model mflb?
     
  15. nopartofme

    nopartofme Well-Known Member

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    The Magic-Flight store is looking very nice lately, everything is now displayed nicely on one page for browsing. I also noticed that no products are listed as "beta" anymore.

    Am I incorrect in thinking that the PA previously came with a lifetime warranty?
     
  16. poonman

    poonman Well-Known Member

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    no

    edit;
    yes the PA always came with life time warranty
     
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  17. nopartofme

    nopartofme Well-Known Member

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    I'm not seeing it in the product description in the store, but it's probably just an omission. Thunderfunk's post made me curious.


     
  18. Vicki

    Vicki The Bionic Woman

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    I also thought the PA came with a lifetime warranty as well.
     
  19. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    It does, I am actually getting my PA replaced right now, I bought mine back in late 2011. Mine works fine except I have had a minor problem with the button only working at certain angles and have been to lazy to get it replaced last year.

    I messaged them on Friday, they quickly responded the same day and shipped out my replacement today with a tracking number. Don't even have to go through the hassle of mailing back my PA, just have to "destroy" it show them the evidence to keep the lifetime warranty functional.
     
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  20. poonman

    poonman Well-Known Member

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    Ya , I have the same problem ,
    Plus mine seems to get really hot to hold/touch after only a trench of 4 or 5 hits .

    I may want to try that paper clip adjustment on the bottom first before activating
    my warranty .

    Here's one thing I've learnt from using the PA .
    It's help me master using the batteries now where I'm no longer afraid to combust ....ever .
    O I still combust every now and then ....I'm just not afraid ....hehe .
     
  21. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    After many months of only using the PA, I actually enjoy using the batteries more now and can get far better vapor with them, but I never took my PA above 35 percent.
     
  22. thunderfunk

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    I run hot with the PA. About 70% usually. That said, I've usually got it hooked up to my bubbler too.

    Batteries are working pretty good. I 100% prefer the PA though.

    And to clear up what I said in my last post. The power adapter has a full lifetime warranty. I was not aware that all of their other accessories batteries, glass stem, battery charger, cleaning brush, and battery caps also have a 90 day warranty.
     
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  23. fogbank

    fogbank Well-Known Member

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    I just went through the warranty process for my PA as well. It stopped working completely, even though it didn't get much use.

    Credit where credit's due - customer service from MF was excellent. They shipped me a new one (works great) and gave me clear instructions for destroying the old one and sending them proof.
     
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  24. mattstermh

    mattstermh Active Member

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    I will be using my MFLB strictly on the go. Should I forget about the power adapter?
     
  25. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    Yes. I doesn't work well on the go. You could buy a generator to power the PA, but batteries are probably more convenient.

    :peace:
     
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