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

  1. t-dub

    t-dub Vapor Sloth

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    It does. However, you can "train" your ELBs to move in and out of your bamboo easier. I just used an 18mm vapor hose adapter, a little lube like olive oil for example, and ran the ELB in and out, many times, to make it work more easily. ELB's are both malleable and ductile so you can "train" them for a better fit, you just don't want to use your precious bamboo to do the job.
     
  2. withoutbliss

    withoutbliss Active Member

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    Thanks for the tips @JCat and @t-dub . I'll be adding the e-pick to my arsenal and/or lubin up my ELBs.
     
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  3. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Yea, I have the e-pic (full disclosure, i own an e-nano). But I almost never use it. Eventually they get loose.
     
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  4. t-dub

    t-dub Vapor Sloth

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    If you use olive oil make sure to clean your ELB very well when you are done. Water also makes a good lube if needed as well. Each ELB is a little different. Most of mine did not require any lube at all only 2 out of like 24 needed some help so try training them dry first.

    You will need a male 18.8mm vapor hose adapter, or something to mimic the joint on your EVO, lots of folks sell them.

    https://www.vaporwarehouse.com/site/h2o-adapters-male.html

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  5. withoutbliss

    withoutbliss Active Member

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    I'm still working on training these damn ELBs. Fortunately they're slowly loosening up. Haven't tried any lube just yet. Cleaning the Evo's male joint def made an improvement though. Resin really makes the ELB tight when the joints cold.

    Since my Evo purchase, I've been recommended several different tools. I'm wondering what other tools (herb, dab, cleaning, etc) everyone is using with their Evo's. I know i use my old Mighty brush quite alot to clean these ELBs. I've been recommended the Pax tool and now the e-pick. Any others I need to consider?

    Dope signature btw @t-dub.
     
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  6. t-dub

    t-dub Vapor Sloth

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    My favorite tool that I invented to use with my EVO is my EZ-Loader. Its just a vapor hose adapter connected to a short piece of tubing with a mouthpiece on the other end. This way you put your ELB into the adapter, grind your medicine, then suck it right into your ELB. This way your medicine doesn't get packed too tightly and you can load very easily the amount you wish.


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  7. Zangano Cruel

    Zangano Cruel Well-Known Member

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    @Stu showed me a loading tool, like a SS spatulla for pills, can you please post the link or name again?? and tag @withoutbliss
    I have a couple of them, the tip fits perfectly an ELB, acts like a funnel too, and cheap, I use them everyday to load, scrap, stir, unload, etc etc for many vapes...

    nothing like old school advice from an oldie from FC, nice memories from Cloud times and early birds EVO IGG campaign...
    cheers man, hope everything is smooth...
    stay vaped...
     
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  8. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    https://www.homesciencetools.com/product/laboratory-scoop/

    @withoutbliss tagged so ZC doesn't yell at me. :p

    I love that thing. Use it everyday in fact. Pro tip: use the blunted end to scoop/load herb.

    :peace:
     
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  9. virtualpurple

    virtualpurple Well-Known Member

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    I’m trying to sort through my vapes to determine what I can afford to sell off to make funds available for my Nomad purchase and I have been considering parting with my Evo. I just don’t use it as much with my woodscent and vapcaps. I had lent it to a roommate who apparently routinely pushed it to combustion nd let it get so filthy he couldn’t separate it from the glass adapter I had set up to connect to a whip, that kinda put a bad taste in my mouth about it, but I had forgot that I spent quite a bit of time deep cleaning it to make it spotless again and it was worth it! I forgot just how great a clean evo can perform!
     
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  10. JCat

    JCat Well-Known Member Accessory Maker

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    Although I’m not using my EVO a lot these days, it’s a definite keeper! It will find it way back into my regular lineup at some point I’m sure :)
     
  11. Roth

    Roth Well-Known Member

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    I'm the same. My EVO is sitting in my closet right now, and has been ever since I got my Flowerpot. But don't think I'll ever bring myself to sell the EVO.

    Might have to bust out the EVO in a few months to remind myself how great it can be with flower.

    It falls flat with concentrates imo, compared to the FP or an enail/banger at least.

    But the EVO was the first vape that really showed me the potential on vaporizers. I had been vaping for a while prior to the EVO, but it really took it to a new level for me!
     
  12. withoutbliss

    withoutbliss Active Member

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    DIY FTW @t-dub.

    Thanks for the link @Stu. Awesome suggestion @Zangano Cruel. Looks like a universal tool. Could be handy in more than just a vaping scenario.
     
  13. MonkeyTime

    MonkeyTime Well-Known Member

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    They also go by the genetic name scoopula, I got a three pack on Amazon really cheap, but no wooden handle.
     
  14. Zangano Cruel

    Zangano Cruel Well-Known Member

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    No problem man.
    Thanks to @Stu he pointed me that tool years ago. It comes very handy. The smallest tip fits mostly all portables and desktops vaporizers. Easy to clean. Lifetime durability perhaps...
    I bought several, since they are cheap, save in mailing and you'll have extras for best and worst scenarios, and you can gift them to fellow vapers ;)
    Stay vaped...
     
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  15. gaseous_clay

    gaseous_clay Well-Known Member

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    I use a loading tool made for the Pax. The scoop fits perfectly inside an ELB.

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  16. Brewervapesalot

    Brewervapesalot Well-Known Member

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    This is my favorite. I filed one of the tools to pack a pax nicely. A scoop, a packing tool, and poker. Cheap. Called pipe tobacco something

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  17. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    That would be the venerable czech pipe tool. A handy device indeed.

    :peace:
     

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