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Thermovape Cera (Original thread, closed because of chaos)

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by SameOldTim, Nov 1, 2012.

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  1. PDwasmy1st

    PDwasmy1st Active Member

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    That looks to smoke like in that video surely!?!? what is in it oils? do you get more smoke looking when using oils then?

    AHAHAHAHA ridiculous!!!!!

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  2. 2clicker

    2clicker up to my ears in clams Accessory Maker

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    cant wait to see more videos. mostly of the loose leaf variety.

    im loving the looks of the CEO, but im still in love with my LVDart. T1 base and Dart = amazing performance IMO. the ability to load more is a big plus on the CEO though. i guess im saying that TET already had the best portable oil system available.

    in the Cera... im looking for flower power :nod:
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  3. mmenzie

    mmenzie My friends call me "Menz"

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    last few pages its been mad love for the cera oil but as a person with limited access to oil/wax i am really interested in the loose leaf one. my overally goal, as my signature says, would be to get this for loose leaf and getting the oil cart down the line for the few times i have oil. so i would love to see some focus on the loose leaf version just for a moment or two
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  4. PB88123

    PB88123 Vaporist

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    The first videos / topic was the loose leaf. Assuming you have seen all of those there will be more upcoming (the video editing guy is off for a bit. will be back soon (1-2 days i think)). Also another member (@Slightly Medicated) should be getting the Cera LL soon and hopefully will provide video and his input.
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  5. Boris Blank

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    Hi Noah,
    Will any of the Titanium models be sent out on the 10th? If not do you have an idea of when they will be ready?
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  6. NoddingDonkey

    NoddingDonkey Oil, Glass & I'm a bit of an ass

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    Another question, will the Cera cartridges be available for sale separately at a later date?
  7. PB88123

    PB88123 Vaporist

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    http://thermovape.force.com/IdaSearch

    4th box / group under "Cartridge"
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  8. Sonics420

    Sonics420 Well-Known Member

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    Just sold my crapmost raw for 70$
    Thats goin towards the cera. Gpen might be next

    TV have u tried earwax in the cera? That would be real easier to load.
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  9. OF

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    I don't think you'll get many informed arguments on the 'best oil system going' part.

    Consider, however, TV has shut down DART production before the release date. To me that means they see the new one as being so much better......and IMO they're right. Good as the old stuff was (and IMO it's fantastic really), the Cera is better. In some ways a little better, in others a lot.

    OF
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  10. Quetzalcoatl

    Quetzalcoatl SPACE GOD

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    Just really thick oil clouds. He's using what would be called a concentrate, probably BHO. I'm using some wax in my TV Ultra with the low-res DART and getting surprising clouds. Compared to flower, yes it's easier to get much denser hits, however you wouldn't need as many hits as with flower for the same effect.

    ...unless you were kidding :ninja:
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  11. spanner

    spanner Member

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    would it be possible to mix some loose leaf in with e-liquid in the e-liquid adapter?
  12. farscaper

    farscaper ...reclusive...

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    Im gonna say that that would be a bad idea. the eliquid carts are not designed to handle any plant matter... in fact, that would be 100% contrary to its design. the e-liquid is for PG/VG tinks and e-juice.

    Now, perhaps I misunderstood and you mean your going to make a tink and put that in the e-liquid cart then yes, i do believe that would be fine provided you strained the tink and what not...
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  13. Tweek

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    I'm sure if you sprinkled some Kief in there it shouldn't be an issue...plant matter might not work as expected.
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  14. babemomlover

    babemomlover Member

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    So I saw somewhere that the attachments for the cera are 510 threaded?
    Is that correct?

    Does that mean if I already have a number of large 510 threaded e-cigs I would get away with just buying the oil catridge?
    Would I need a mouthpiece or anything else if I wanted to do this?
  15. Darb

    Darb Well-Known Member

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    I think they are just using a regular 3/8 coarse thread.
  16. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    I don't agree. Experience with the base model, Revolution, shows results are poor and it will foul the unit fairly quickly.

    The oil and VG carts are really meant for pure liquids (super melts or better), kief, bubble and the like are best used in the bud version (where the heat can get to them and where they won't foul it out) as a best option.

    No, that is not correct. It's a proprietary thread pattern. Larger in diameter, no compliance, and more appropriate threads and sealing surface. Thread adapters are still to come but should bridge the gap.

    OF
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  17. Tweek

    Tweek Well-Known Member

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    I recall mention of 510 adapters down the road.
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  18. 2clicker

    2clicker up to my ears in clams Accessory Maker

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    i know. i just really love the dart. the loading tool built into the top was pure genius. it makes for very easy vaping IMO.
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  19. OF

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    I'm with you there. I bought a spare to stash just in case (not that the original isn't likely to last a very long time, and be easily rebuilt).

    However, having tried Cera I expect DART to get very little use from here on out. Probably only in a compact 'road trip' configuration.

    OF
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  20. Tweek

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    I can definitely see myself loading that cartridge up before heading out, thus not needing a dart...just need a way to store it when not in use, and full of oil. Hoping TV has some sort of solution on the go.
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  21. AirDru

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    im interested to see what they do here as well. something that keeps the cart/cera upright. my experience has been that even the most stable waxes and oils will run when being placed sideways or at a tilt..at least that's the case one the stability has been compromised by heat.

    i was thinking of adding some sort of ring onto the inside wall of the center console in my car. that way it can hold the cera upright in there, i dont think depth will be an issue.
  22. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    I would not count on that happening. Mine has half a gram in it and is living on it's side when not in my hand. The oil is absorbed into the sponge like ceramic reservoir (full of pores). Same as a damp sponge i the sink doesn't run dry as the water runs down the drain, the oil, even when liquid, stays in it's pore until it evaporates off. There just isn't a whole drop of liquid anywhere to drain anywhere.

    'Store it anywhere you'd like, and in any position' will become the rule I think.

    OF
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  23. Tweek

    Tweek Well-Known Member

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    I'm speaking more along the lines of I'm out and about, want to swap out my oil for the herb..where do I put my full oil cartridge? A little container or cap would be nice.
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  24. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    Put it anywhere you like. Keeping it upright is not an issue. Nor is keeping it clean really IMO. A plug for the top, maybe? Any e-cig mouthpiece stuffed with cotton will do that. Otherwise any number of small containers will work fine. I suspect TV will probably find some nice US made container to ship them in as they have done in the past. Otherwise pill bottles and the snap top vials coils are stored in come to mind. Or to go ghetto, a baggie?

    For instance, the two smaller of these look good, depending on how tight you want the fit:
    http://www.tapplastics.com/product/plastics/plastic_containers/clear_styrene_vials/535

    I don't have them to try, but the dimensions given fit. I'll try to get some to try next time I'm out that way (like I was yesterday....of course). I do have the taller of these, and they work just fine:
    http://www.tapplastics.com/product/plastics/plastic_containers/polypropylene_vials/427

    It will, in fact, hold two cartridges.

    I just don't see any issue I guess? I think guys will find their own cases as well?

    OF
  25. jambandphan03

    jambandphan03 Vapor Goddess

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    Well, I sure make a lot of use out of the little screw top containers some of the T1 line parts were being shipped out in. Maybe they can continue shipping out parts in those, or the rubber cap ones... I use those too. :D
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