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The RMV420 Rackmountable Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by model42, Feb 15, 2010.

  1. model42

    model42 balance engineer Manufacturer

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    The end of the whip cools down pretty quickly after removing it from the unit.
    Under a minute for sure.
    I've never seen anyone in a "rush" to get their vape going!
    Common sense prevails in these situations.
    Pull out hot thing- give hot thing a second to cool down.
    reload + heat up again.
     
  2. 420xtoomanyx420

    420xtoomanyx420 Well-Known Member

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    I work in the video surveillance industry and this is awesome. This would be cool at a trade show. Imagine installing this with Central Vaporization in your home with outlets in each room.
     
  3. sneezyjesus

    sneezyjesus Lightly Toasted

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    I really like this vape, so bump for +1

    Simple, all glass, on off switch, adjustable temperature, digital, narrow airflow, sizable bowl, durable enclosure for it's purpose, classy exterior; this vape is simpler and yet more feature packed than many out there. Why the lack of attention?!

    Edit: Plus, a manufacturer that participates in FC, never a bad thing :2c:
     
  4. mattybass

    mattybass Quasi-Intellectual

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    Oh my lord. My career aspiration is to do something in the audio engineering field. This is too hilarious!
     
  5. Beezleb

    Beezleb Well-Known Member

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    Do a detail review of it and perhaps more interest will come. The way I see this vape is that it would appeal to smaller market. Not due to operation or performance but due to its size and appearance. I would love to see some good user input and reviews on the vape. Specifically I would love to see all the ways people install this thing. Being rack mountable I imagine their are kinds of cool configurations on places it could be installed. I do believe this is probably one of the more professional stealth vaporizers I have seen. If someone can walk in a room and not know that was a vaporizer and see it for the first time and know its a vape. Well, Bravo!

    I do have to say, I have never recommended it, largely because I forgot, out of sight out of mind kind of thing and because most people I tend to help are looking for something in a smaller price range and smaller size.

    Also without any user input and reviews and since I have never used one I am limited on what I could say about if I wanted to.
     
  6. NYC Vape

    NYC Vape Well-Known Member

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    Wow - I have a rackmounted silence case for my edit system.

    Luckily, it's my shop and a regular vape is okay at certain times.
     
  7. stinkmeaner

    stinkmeaner Well-Known Member

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    I think the lack of attention comes down to the presentation, if you do not own the rack to but these in then why would you buy one. It would look out of place on a desk or nightstand compared to most vapes, but I do see the appeal for this product for those in the music/sound industry that need a stealthy hidden vaporizer.
     
  8. mattybass

    mattybass Quasi-Intellectual

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    It could always be stealthily mounted under a desk. If no one knew to look directly under a keyboard rollout or something I would call that stealth!
     
  9. NYC Vape

    NYC Vape Well-Known Member

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    You should take out an ad in Mix magazine.
     
  10. bluntfaced

    bluntfaced I'm El Diablo Baby!!!

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    Hit up Devin the Dude, he would be into this.
     
  11. finchrock24

    finchrock24 Proud MMJ Patient

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    Yeah, if you set this thing off in the corner, you could pass it as some piece of PC equipment or music equipment. I actually think that this is a very stealthy piece. I really don't think ANYONE would EVER think thats a device used to smoke herbs.

    It doesn't have to make sense, it just has to not be obviously weird.
     
  12. Hippie Dickie

    Hippie Dickie The Herbal Cube Manufacturer

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    where the Cube rules!
    however, i think the crowd that would always be around it would be weird
     
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  13. finchrock24

    finchrock24 Proud MMJ Patient

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    Iunno maybe. I'm talking about using it not in its intended place, though. And I have yet to meet a musician (play/played in a band for the last 5 years) that would throw a fit about a vape. Although, if this was off in your room or garage or something, I'm saying that no one would ever assume its for vaporizing. They might now know what it is, but that is fine.
     
  14. shantytown007

    shantytown007 Well-Known Member

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    Oh wow- makes me want to start DJing again (or sneak one into a wiring closet at work...)
     
  15. gim

    gim Well-Known Member

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    Excellent (niche) product.
    You should make it accept standard-ish 1U faceplates(Dell, HP, etc)... super stealth.

    A few questions: What happens when someone inevitably blows into the loaded whip while it's in the element? How easy is it to clean?

    Why not have storage for the whip via a drawer in the unused space on the unit? Have everything contained right there..

    To make it useful for other accessories, you could consider building a power strip into the faceplate. There's just so much unused territory on the product that could be better utilized!
     
  16. bender175

    bender175 Member

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    Looks like I dont have room for a compressor anymore :p
    lol
     
  17. aesthyrian

    aesthyrian Blaaaaah

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    Really cool idea, this would look beautiful under an Axe-FX, I think I might have to do that someday.
     
  18. anglaylow

    anglaylow Well-Known Member

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    no canadian sales accepted yet?
     
  19. Silver420Surfer

    Silver420Surfer Well-Known Member

    Glad to check their website for you!
    Stated right on the purchase page, no.
     
  20. anglaylow

    anglaylow Well-Known Member

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    that's the spot i planned on giving it but maybe when they consider canadian sales that will happen!!
     
  21. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    Did anyone ever get to try one of these ? I wish i could own one some day :))..
     
  22. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    If this is a "digital" vape where is the digital temp display?
    This looks like the Vapolution 2.0 disassemble and placed in a rack.

    It should at least have an incorporated temp or voltage display for easily repeatable sessions.

    Interesting design for sure but I think it still needs some finesse.
     

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