VapeXhale Cloud EVO

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by stonemonkey55, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. biohacker

    biohacker Fucking Combustion Since 2006

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    How can you be sold out of something you've never ever even stocked? :brow: I remember those things from their old vxl cloud website!

    Have a brand new EVO and hydrabomb on its way! :rockon: Can't wait to put this up against my GH for some proper testing!
     
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  2. Cannabis Connoisseur

    Cannabis Connoisseur I LOVE LIFE

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    The Grasshopper has some very flavorful thick vapor,but against the EVO?? I don't think so! Just my:2c:
    YMMV
     
  3. biohacker

    biohacker Fucking Combustion Since 2006

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    These are my GH vids..... my EVO doesn't work great so i'm waiting for the new one before I shoot some comparison vids.

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    Portable EVO? lol
     
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  5. ataxian

    ataxian CALIFORNIA

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    I have something I'm working on for my likes.
    Glass is not part of my formula.
    SILICONE with a modern shape might work?

    I will make something that work's for me.
    The breaking glass is getting old.
     
  6. Justpassedu

    Justpassedu Well-Known Member

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    Look at the link I posted above this one , tell me what you think , modern day mouth piece , plastic exterior and glass stem inside .
     
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  7. Oogendoogan

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    Visible vapor density doesn't mean your getting higher. I am going to assume that with how hot the hopper gets, some radiant heat being thrown into the mix is probably the reason the vapor is so thick on the hopper. I believe the EVO will get you more out of less herb although the visible vapor may be less. I have only tried a hopper never owned one but that's just my :2c:

    Have fun with the new evo!
    Peace :peace:
     
  8. Baron23

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    I have never found an answer to which components of cannabis vapor are actually visible white gas. We all presume that more visible vapor equals more of the cannabinoids that we want extracted, but I have never seen a break down of all of the gases in vapor and their visibility.
     
  9. Oogendoogan

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    I mean my supreme v3 will milk a piece much easier than the evo or a grasshopper, I mean I don't own a hopper so I can only speak on using it a couple times but I do not see it keeping up with my supreme. Anyways with the supreme the vapor is thicker than any other vape I have used, when you heat it above 180c. Below that temp you can still fully extract your material, you get just as medicated as well, I mean You could be missing out on some of stuff that gets extracted at extremely high temps but it still does the trick. Like the supreme v3 heated to 165c will give you less visible vapor and the same buzz, at least for the most part.

    The same goes for most other vapes IME, like vaping at low temps can get you BAKED. There are vapes like the Milaana with open airflow and it will never give visual vapor like the evo or hopper but it extracts just as fast as the evo, maybe faster lol and still gets you where you need to be. I think the evo is gonna be at a disadvantage when put against the hopper if you look at vapor output only, because I think the hopper probably has a good amount of radiant heat if not a little conduction going on.. but if you look at how fast your material gets extracted, and how mediacated you get from each device I would put my money on the evo to be the winner.

    Lol sorry for the long explanation of how I felt about that. I'm not trying to bash anyone's opinion or anything, I'm all for testing and comparing. Just thought I would let you guys know what I think about the subject of cloud chasing with vapes and how it works a little. I'm actually looking into a vap3 because of its conduction signature, I love convection and I don't mind low temp sessions but at the end of the day I love huge clouds and I feel like a unit with some conduction and radiant heat (like my supreme) is gonna give you the thickest vapor every time when compared to a pure convection device.

    I will never get rid of my evo because I think it's efficiency and flavor with it's pure convection signature is going to be something I would miss too much. The clouds on the evo are amazing, but pure convection can only get so thick. If we added some radiant heat with say a glass elb, there probably wouldn't even be a competition but then again that's not the greatness of the EVO. The evo is amazing because of flavor + clouds + effect, all in one amazing package.

    @biohacker enjoy your testing and let us know what you think, maybe don't only consider vapor density though because I think you will find yourself using the evo over the hopper even though the hopper may be the winner in vapor density, in any case please let us know how the tests go, maybe you can be the one to help push me out of the "I'm not getting a hopper because they are unreliable and I have desktops so I don't need it for water use" lol I know I'm not the only one. Maybe your thoughts on the two can make me want one, I wouldn't be surprised as VAS has me wanting everything else anyways lol.

    Happy vaping FC, I'm about to have a celebratory bowl in the evo after a long day of moving into my new place. Too lazy for butane, sometimes laying back with the evo and a HT is just such a luxurious and comfy vaping experience. Not gonna pass that up this evening ;)

    Cheers :peace::leaf:
     
  10. biohacker

    biohacker Fucking Combustion Since 2006

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    Hey @Oogendoogan Thanks for the message, you and I jive on the same vibrations forsure, and as a former supreme v3 owner, I know the power of that beast. I think i'll pick one up again, because it's the closest thing i've seen to the GH in terms of that thick vapour. The EVO (and former) cloud can irritate my airways, especially at higher temps.....for some reason the way that the GH extracts, does not do this....I can get thicker vapour with the GH at a LOWER temp than the EVO. I'm pretty sure efficiency would go further with the GH with say .05g, than the EVO.

    If you wanna chat GH, come join us in the relevant thread....i'll come back here once I have a real proper test drive with a new EVO on Monday. But again, great write up!
     
  11. turk

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    ...more evo porn.

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  12. Stormsend

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    So I recently purchased a factory second turbine and Incycler to go with my mini hydrabomb. Here's my impression of each.

    For each I used the Clifford strain

    1.) Mini Hydrabomb - My least favorite. I don't know if it is the size or whatever. But there is definitely little resistance when pulling. To me, it is average compared to the others. I would only use this if I had a cold or had shortness of breath. Also if someone was trying the Evo for the first time.

    2.) Standard Turbine - This is my favorite. Compared to the mini hydrabomb, it is a lot more resistance when pulling, but it is so flavorful. You can taste the citrus in the strain.

    3.) Incycler - I would say it is in between the hydrabomb and turbine in resistance. It is also quite flavorful but not more flavorful than the turbine. The major selling point to me is the cyclone effect it makes when pulling, very pleasing to the eye. I was surprised that it was the same size as the standard turbine (Why did I think it would be bigger?) It seems annoying to clean because when I was emptying the water I had to turin it in so many different directions. I only plan on using this on special occasions lol.

    Would like to try a standard hydrabomb and compare it to the mini, and also a honeycomb with all the bases. But I dont see myself buying glass for awhile.
     
  13. Cannabis Connoisseur

    Cannabis Connoisseur I LOVE LIFE

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    Where did you get that Hydratube? Bro i can see its custom!
     
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    ...actually two...hydra bomb base... with a recycler...18 to 14 adapter...
     
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    I also love the regular Turbine. The draw resistance is just right for me and I also like the relatively low degree of diffusion. Great piece. Thanks
     
  16. ataxian

    ataxian CALIFORNIA

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    @CuckFumbustion the EVO does taste very incredible.

    420 in CALIFORNIA is more important than most holiday's.

    FACT or FICTION = YOU DECIDE?
     
  17. biohacker

    biohacker Fucking Combustion Since 2006

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    Okay i'm officially sold and loving my EVO experience now that i've adjusted to it and gave it a proper test drive! I have the hydrabomb and the hydracirc 2.0 (i think?) and i've used it with my own bubbler and it's definitely a keeper! I definitely gets me more medicated than the GH...I get this punch to the head like a concentrate hit or something! I also have a supreme v3 on its way so with the GH, EVO, and SUP3 i'm pretty happy although have the Herborizer Ti on my VAS! And the SUB lol

    EVO stays in my collection....Herbalizer is being axed!
     
  18. Vapor_Eyes

    Vapor_Eyes The map is not the territory

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    What a difference 8 hours (and a couple ELBs) makes! I'm glad you are enjoying your Evo my friend! :tup:
     
  19. biohacker

    biohacker Fucking Combustion Since 2006

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    more like a couple of dozen elbs...... hahaha.... the taste and vapour output of the EVO are just incredible! It's a keeper, so now the quest for HT's starts!
     
  20. Vapor_Eyes

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    I've been taking a short break from the Evo, instead of a t-break it's an e-break. I think I might have to end that tonight.

    I've been meaning to get more practice with the quartz nails. I still haven't found a good technique but I want to try the one in the recent VXL video. I have some particularly flavorful rosin right now so it's a good opportunity to do some testing! :science:
     
  21. t-dub

    t-dub Vapor Sloth

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    I feel ya bro . . . right now I am bouncing back and forth between Evo and my OmniVap.

    Its a great pair, they complement each other really well . . . :)
     
  22. JCat

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    Just got my fanatic EVO back from servicing/repair ... works great now! ... except now it whistles like crazy! Anyone else's EVO whistle a lot? My other EVO doesn't whistle ...
     
  23. Vapor_Eyes

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    I used to try and use my all of my vaporizers as often as possible. Lately I've been trying to stick to mostly two of them at a time. This way I don't build up a tolerance to a particular vaporizer's signature.

    I'm a medical user so I can't really take t-breaks without affecting my health negatively. This provides a similar benefit and has no real drawbacks. I've found I appreciate my vaporizers more when I use them like this, absence makes the heart grow fonder as they say.
     
  24. t-dub

    t-dub Vapor Sloth

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    The whistle is a good thing. That high pressure vibration helps strip your medicine off of the underlying plant material. Its like a Stradivarius violin. The vibration pattern is the key.
     
  25. biohacker

    biohacker Fucking Combustion Since 2006

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    Yep! Normal! Depends on the water tool for me, and my draw... I love how I can pull like a mofo!! This EVO is amazing!
     

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