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Vapebong options

Discussion in 'ABV' started by TigerLord, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. TigerLord

    TigerLord Alias for BradyY

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    Hey FCers!!! How's the vaping going???

    I was wondering if the all knowing powerful Jedi folks on FC had any recommendations to make on vapebongs (other than the Cloud)? This medical user was approved by the Canadian MMAR program as of two weeks ago to grow his own medicine, so I would like to acquire the best tool to consume the fruits of my labor. I've owned an Extreme Q for a few years (used it recreationally) but now that I vape every day, multiples times a day, the whips get too dirty too quickly.

    Price is not really an issue. I am looking for:
    1. A proven product that's been on the market for more than 2 years
    2. Unparalled vapor quality (taste especially)
    3. Preferably a vaporizer that allows to set the exact temperature we want (analog or digital thermostat, doesn't matter)
    4. Portability is not a concern at all

    Wood vape + bong? Is it more common to buy a vape we like, then a bong, and just interface it?
  2. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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  3. TigerLord

    TigerLord Alias for BradyY

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    So you get the LSV, an adapter and buy the bong you want, basically?

    Are there better bongs than others out there? I know this must sound ridiculous but I am really not well versed in the bong world.
  4. Frederick McGuire

    Frederick McGuire Aggressively Loungey

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    There are absolutely better bongs than others, but there's no clear best.
    This thread might help you get a bit more familiar with glass:
    http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/glass-101.7222/

    the LSV is a great vape, and far more durable than the cloud(I guess I should throw an IMO In here, since I've yet to actually handle a cloud). It has a few glass pieces, but all of them are easily user replaceable, and they are all somewhere around $35. I've dropped my LSV from waist height a few times, and had it roll off a coffee table/lounge plenty of times, absolutely no glass damage :tup:
    If the unit itself breaks down, 7th floor have a great warranty, which you can extend to lifetime (or 10 years, I can't remember exactly) at an added feeif you want, or you can pay for an out of warranty repair which IIRC, is $40ish
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  5. TigerLord

    TigerLord Alias for BradyY

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    Thanks so much Fred, I'll get reading immediately!My Cloud broke within 9 days so I decided to return it. Long story. I explained it all in the Cloud threat.

    If you compare the price the LSV appears to be a no brainer
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    havealight101 Norski

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  7. TigerLord

    TigerLord Alias for BradyY

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    Looks like it really is a no brainer. Thanks!
  8. SD_haze

    SD_haze MMJ Vaporist

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    If you'd like to avoid another glass on glass vaporizer after your last experience with GonG, I wouldn't suffer too much solely using my Underdog Vaporizer if my VXC were to ever not exist. My only vape that feels quite as efficient while still being able to effortlessly milk a tube

    With the UD, you can go WonG (Wood on Glass) so I'm pretty sure it can't lockup.

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    Mostly nothing breaks on the underdog that isn't covered.
    Vapes work great through sub-$100 diffused bongs :-)
    (not pictured hehe)
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