Discussion in 'The Vapor Lounge' started by ClearBlueLou, Sep 27, 2018.
Am I the only one that read that sign in a Scottish accent, despite not being Scott's?
Guilty also. Lol.
I miss my triihouse lily....
If the omni ti is like hitting a joint, the lily was like hitting a bong. Not as convenient as the VC, but massive hits.
Thinking of possibly trying out the SBL line.
Lol interesting that it should bring out the Scottishness in people !
I'm glad this thread has been created I definitely need a place to park my irrelevance. I've just been in the DV thread and @beyond6strings has uploaded another piece of his wonderful music. I felt disinclined to leave a comment there as that would be off topic...went down nice with the kush I just vaped
I recently invested in an SB Jr, I wanted a torch driven vape that could provide me with longer sessions than my VCs. Definitely worth exploring their range I would say.
They'll do it for you.
I don’t think it’s physically possible to say “Sparta” with a Scottish accent - they probably pronounce it “sphagnum” or something...
LOL a heavily accented 'R' and very diminished 'T' sound would approximate my (reasonably polite Glasgow area) accent...Ok in unison everyone "SPARRRt-AH"
Maybe we could just have y’all yell “SPORRAN!!!”, and just skip the confusion
Ive been intrigued by their line for a while, but worried about inhaling butane. How does the vapor flavor compare to the DynaVap line?
I have been using an ed’s TNT wood scents log vape, and found that on the lower settings I can session with it for a long time, and literally can’t seem to combust. Just good flavor almost the whole time until it stops producing vapor.
I understand your concerns about inhaling butane, I use the cleanest available and hope for the best. I thought my Dynavap M would be hard to beat for flavour but the SBJr wins hands down ! I couldn't believe the richness and intensity of the flavour initially, and I find it stays good for the first few hits though not all the way through a load...I've had a hankering for a log vape for a while now. Either I'm looking in the wrong places or they're simply not very common outside the U.S.
Yeah, no worries with the butane as long as uou are using a quality torch and good refined butane.
All it leaves behind after burning are H2O and CO2.
@Ramahs I'm considering buying a Fury 2 for outdoor stealth use. Would you recommend them ?
Fury2 for stealth 100% yes.
Fury2 looks like a solid unit, but 1.5g chamber capacity ????? 1.5g generally lasts me for at least a week! How does it handle smaller loads?
Nah its small, the glass attachment hold less than the vapcap.
Everything about the fury is tiny and cute.
I just got the Davinci Miqro, same price range as Fury 2. Designed to handle small loads. There’s an FC thread about it...
About 1/4 gram in the regular bowl and nearly half for the XL glass pieces.
Non XL hold less.
Works well with tiny amount too.
Definitely. That's exactly what I bought mine for.
Many thanks guys, the order has been placed
I'm tempted. And I have a visitor coming from Holland next week so I could get it from Vaposhop, but I'd have to move fast.......Could you maybe compare it with something like the DaVinci Ascent - that's the only other vape I've got.
I mean, I can't imagine the Vapcaps not being my daily driver, but that Fury2 looks really neat + stealthy. Could look like an asthma inhaler for example. Yeah, puff away on that in the park. The Ascent has a straw, but the body is nothing like a drink.
Oh yes, do you think it will handle smallish loads OK? Or can you go a full bowl over a few sessions? It's got to taste pretty roasted after a while, no?
Decisions, decisions.. ....
It is so small it can be palmed in the hand. I have no davinci products.
Arizer Air/Solo flavor is better but the fury hits way harder and heatup is quick.
Thanks. Just one last question for you - what accessories are "essential"?
And can it do concentrates?
I dunno about smaller than bowl size loads, but I sometimes stretch out a bowl into two sessions if it's mid-day or something and I still have a lot of work to do and don't want to get too high. I just turn it off before I take my last hit, so my last hit cools the bowl and load down.
None really, but you should get the WPA, because you may want to use it with water. Plus, you can use the WPA as the mouthpiece, and using it that way makes the load smaller, so is great for smaller microdosing. Or simply get the bubbler mouthpiece.
Technically yes, but it's not what it was designed for and you'll get a better concentrate experience with a different vape designed for concentrates, like the Sai. But you can still use the Fury 2 for concentrates if you're in a pinch.
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