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Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by stonemonkey55, Mar 1, 2012.

  1. YFZ

    YFZ Member

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    ^^ thats funny.
  2. GratefulVapor

    GratefulVapor Phish Head

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    Uhg, my post got lost amongst all the off-topic dog chatter(important info. though). Typical for me.
    In summary; seeing as how the devastator has an AC included, would you guys think it would be fine to use a different Ash Catcher with the Cloud? Example would be my Toro AC, or other high end glass. I'm worried about the weight, etc. Is this a bad idea or should it be 'fine'? Thanks in advance. :huh:
  3. VapeNStone

    VapeNStone Mark

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    I would just make sure it has strong glass as the devastator was made for the cloud and should handle, but the same can't be said about all AC.
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  4. stonemonkey55

    stonemonkey55 Chief Vapor Officer Manufacturer

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    For anyone that cares, the ashcatcher that we provide with the Devastator was built to be strong enough to leave the Cloud on top of it hands free. I think everyone will be very pleased with the glass line that VapeXhale will be introducing shortly. More to come in the upcoming weeks :)
  5. cumulus

    cumulus Member

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    If you sell HydraTubes that are highly resistant to breakage, you'll be one awesome monkey. I'm having a hard time getting my broken HydraLine replaced. Bank statement says my credit card was charged on 11/23 but the HydraLine hasn't shipped yet (at least according to VXH order info).
  6. stonemonkey55

    stonemonkey55 Chief Vapor Officer Manufacturer

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    As I mentioned earlier, please file a support ticket. We have no way of figuring out which order you are referring to because we don't have your name, email address, etc etc
  7. cumulus

    cumulus Member

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    Yeah, I was going to edit my post to remove that specific issue because I realized it would have been better to go straight to you guys but you responded before I could do it. I've submitted a ticket, have a good weekend...
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  8. sisyphus

    sisyphus gatekeeper

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    Question: Approximately how long will it take for an order to be processed and shipped from VXH if the merchandise in question is in stock? If this is an inappropriate question for this thread, please allow me to apologize in advance.
  9. makisupacurtain

    makisupacurtain Well-Known Member

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    Hydrafeet? Standalone Clods forsale?
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  10. Tstat

    Tstat Dead Foot Designs Accessory Maker

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    I got my replacement hydraLine last night, and this is how it's supposed to hit! Yea, I love it, actually. Thanks to Ray and Allison at SSFG, this thing is incredible!
  11. VapeNStone

    VapeNStone Mark

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    How ever long it takes. If you really want to know I would suggest contacting VapeXHale directly as everyone's situation and location are different.
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  12. t00fatt

    t00fatt Well-Known Member

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    Sad day in vapor town for fatty :(. My cloud stopped heating up last night. Oh well these things happen and she has been going strong like a champ since launch. Hopefully she'll be back before winter break!
  13. Troi

    Troi VapeXhale Inc. Manufacturer

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    If the inventory is in stock it will ship the same day or the following business day. If its within the US the package usually arrives with standard shipping in 2 to 3 business days.
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  14. sisyphus

    sisyphus gatekeeper

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    Thank you very much. This means I will have a Cloud next week. Yay.
  15. Vapinghole

    Vapinghole Low-Temp Hempist / JedHI Master

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    That sucks, fatty. You have my sympathies. I hope you're back in the Clouds soon.
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  16. MonsterWithoutBorders

    MonsterWithoutBorders Recovering Canadian

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    I experimented with a Mobius Matrix and a Soverignty. ELB cap fell into the stem of the
    glass if I let the Cloud sit reversed with its full weight. If I held the Cloud a little away
    from the stem so not as good seal then the cap stayed in. What do others do with this
    issue.
  17. jambandphan03

    jambandphan03 Vapor Goddess

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    you could try an adapter... male 18mm to female 18mm
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  18. Slightly Medicated

    Slightly Medicated (SliM) Iron Lungs

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    That has happens to me from time to time. I would suggest that you swap the caps around with the various ELBS you have. See if you can find one with a snugger fit. Sometimes I get a combination ELB and cap that fit a little loose. I sometimes "twist" the cap a little, I feel like it can cause it to "lock down" more with a little twist... this is a complete superstition and I don't know if it actually helps.
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  19. Vapinghole

    Vapinghole Low-Temp Hempist / JedHI Master

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    With all this new, fancy glass available and thinking of what's soon to come, I'm perpetually tempted to get another HydraTube for my "weapon of glass conduction" (my Cloud). But, being a simple-minded unfrozen caveman vaporist and a minimalist, I'm reminded how perfectly happy I am with my Hydracirc each time I use it. It's gorgeously slim, quiet, and an absolute pleasure to watch.



    Not bad for a neanderthal, eh? :tup: And I know you're all envious of my fancy HT holder.
  20. Pappy

    Pappy shmaporist

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    Reshape the ELB by pressure sculpting it with your thumb and forefinger until it stays in the joint. I second the idea of using an adapter or Cloud Buddy.
  21. Johny Chaos

    Johny Chaos Active Member

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    I agree with SliM, first I'd check my other caps to see if one fit the ELB tighter. When I can't match a cap to any ELB because its to loose I've found you can force it open a bit more with a good ol' Sharpie marker: Take the cap and place on the end of the Sharpie. Press the sharpie into a hard surface like your kitchen counter or a table. Start off with light pressure - you don't want to make the cap too tight.
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  22. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    I completely agree. I really want to get another HydraTube myself, but my HydraTree works so amazingly well. :) I have a huge bong named Chief that could work with the Cloud, and I have yet to use it, cause the HydraTree is perfect.

    If I did get another, I'd probably get either the HydraLine, ShowerCap, or Double Swagger, but again, I'm holding out for right now.
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  23. Vapinghole

    Vapinghole Low-Temp Hempist / JedHI Master

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    I also have a couple other pieces, a standard tube glass bong and a Headford Triple Doughnut layback inline bubbler, both of which work very well with the Cloud. But I almost never use them with the Cloud, reserving them for my HI and viVape. The HT is just so damn choice.

    If I were to get another HT, I'd also consider the Swagger.
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  24. Tstat

    Tstat Dead Foot Designs Accessory Maker

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    Hey everyone, here is a video of my new replacement HydraLine. SSFG and VXL treated me so good!
  25. jambandphan03

    jambandphan03 Vapor Goddess

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    I have been getting a lot of solid use out of my Cloud. When I was running it on higher temps (3 o'clock) I was getting some near combustion, so I decided to set it at noon and leave it there for a while to do a control to see if it was anything to be concerned about. Seems it's been running steady at noon ever since, with no issues. :D It's been a while since I've shown the Cloud some luv here in the forum, so I thought I'd come post about how dependable it's been so far.

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