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

  1. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    I take relatively small hits (compared to most) and I like to space them out. I probably get 8 good hits from that size load. And I usually take a couple of hours to do it.

    :peace:
  2. Seek

    Seek Apprentice Daydreamer

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    It depends on lung capacity of the user. Some are able to pull manytimes more in one pull than others. Also it depends on the temp and strain and probably even the unit itself.
  3. SD_haze

    SD_haze MMJ Vaporist

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    Adding on: quality of product used & temperature setting is going to be a big variable influence on the # of hits per ELB.
  4. bizzum

    bizzum Member

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    so your pulling out the elb in between those hits i presume.

    ok thnx, thats what im seeing, im just trying to get the full picture about the cloud, i learned alot form playing around, i have seen some people just taking like what seemed 25 second hits and by the second hit it was spent and ready for a change, but at the same time im taking 10-15 second drags and getting 5 good solid hit and i can see shortening that to go even further.

    yes i agree and understand that as well, temp and product will be a factor as well. im just loving my cloud. i took the same product i had, one was moist, the other i dried out fully and the difference was notcieable, dry was better for larger clouds.
  5. Rottweiler1080z

    Rottweiler1080z Active Member

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    Just posting my serial number was 07XX -I don't recall the last two digits, and it failed by never heating up. I've used it almost everyday for the past 3 months. All of the sudden, nothing. My room temperature is fine and I tried the hair dryer heat up they recommended with no results. Sent it back the same day I sent a claim. UPS shows they will have it today. I'm lucky I have my supreme, but I need my cloud.
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  6. treeman

    treeman Well-Known Member

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    Seriously, when I'm able to get a cloud there is no way I'm letting the forum's know I've got it, that's like a curse!
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  7. havealight101

    havealight101 Norski

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    The only logical reason I can think of for why us forum members have a higher rate of failure, would be that we are enthusiasts, and our hours of operation may be a lot more than your average folk. In 4 months, my cloud has had one day off. Sometimes she works 2-3 hrs day, and sometimes 10-12hrs a day. Otherwise, its probably a curse, because it sure feels closer to a 20% failure rate than 2%. Funny thing though, no other vape compares, and I would still buy one if it was a 50% failure rate.
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  8. Your Highness

    Your Highness Cannasseur

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    I never turn mine off. #WeMo

    Edit: And I think it's safe to say that anyone spending 500+ dollars can consider themselves an enthusiast!
  9. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Yea, plus I was at work for 8 hours a day, and I only had the unit a month. So I doubt I approached anywhere near it's maximum life time LOL.

    I'm just hoping it will get sorted out fast.
  10. darkrom

    darkrom Great Scott!

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    Yeah but in my case I have a clicker still going strong many months later. Not once has anything odd happened. My buddy has a new non clicker and he can turn it to MAX temp and vape without combusting. I've never taken mine over 3:00 because it is just so god damn dark at that point. I think I prefer the temp settings on mine. I can also enjoy very very light vapor at just about 9:00 on the dial as well. I feel like I must have a much nicer range of temps than he does but thats just my 2ยข
  11. mvapes

    mvapes Surrounded by the healthy!

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    I am about to order my cloud - are there any coupon codes for FC members?
  12. Seek

    Seek Apprentice Daydreamer

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    Don't know if they still work, but I know these two:
    SFNEWTECH - 50$ off as winning best invention celebration.
    VXLOVESFC - 8 free ELBs for FC members.
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  13. Xchadb

    Xchadb LongSlowDeath Glass Blower

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    left SF on the 20'th and no update on the tracking number, guessing i get it tomorrow then.

    i just wana make my x-mas video so bad!
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  14. trm11

    trm11 Well-Known Member

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    I wonder if Santa has outlets on his sleigh...?
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  15. Xchadb

    Xchadb LongSlowDeath Glass Blower

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    hope so, cause power inverters arent coverd under warranty, lol
  16. SD_haze

    SD_haze MMJ Vaporist

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    Looking for some clarification on the last paragraph.

    Can we not just post the video in this thread? Or do we have to use a facebook account to post the video too?
  17. ictus

    ictus Well-Known Member

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    My cloud came into today :)

    Looking very cool. Few questions for folks.

    1) Whats the white paper material with adhesive backing? Obviously in the shape of the Cloud's outer skin, but cant figure how this is useful. Online manual has no mention of it. No physical manual in box....


    2) I plugged mine in and set it to 12 and let it sit about 10-15 minutes then gave it a sniff. I definitely smell some kind of nasty residue/offgassing/plastic smell (nothing loaded or no tubes on, just the unit on empty). Is this normal? Will it go away soon? Should I leave it on for a while?


    3) The manual only mentions cleaning the ELBs. Can you clean the bamboo with ISO by pouring it down (when cold obviously)? Wondering if this would knock down the smell quicker.


    Thanks! Looking forward to trying it out later but I am not going to use it until the smell is gone.
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  18. Buyola

    Buyola Well-Known Member

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    I let mine go for an hour on high, and the smell went away. After that pack it up and let her rip!
    Welcome to Cloud Country!
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  19. Slightly Medicated

    Slightly Medicated (SliM) Iron Lungs

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    The paper is an adhesive silicone sleeve that you can attach to the outside of your cloud. He helps make the cloud easier to hold if you find it is hot to the touch.

    The odor should not be in the tube/air path. You can feel free to use it now, but if you want to wait you can run it on high for an hour.

    I don't pour ISO down my tube, although others do. I use a pipe cleaner soaked in ISO to clean the inside of the air-path.
  20. ictus

    ictus Well-Known Member

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    Thanks fellas.

    Now here are some nice pictures I just took of the new Evolver tube.

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    And of course a close up view of the main difference, the new splash-guard:

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    Got the cloud offgassing now. Hope to get some free time tonight with it.
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  21. b0

    b0 Vapor powered

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    The holes in the splash guard aren't too small? I think that this HT is going to be the one with more drag, but damn, it's so beautiful. I sure will want a bent neck HT when they start selling the european VXH
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  22. SD_haze

    SD_haze MMJ Vaporist

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    There used to be a top splashguard and now there isn't, so that should offset the drag.
  23. Xchadb

    Xchadb LongSlowDeath Glass Blower

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    love that saftey feature there with the splash guard, makes me feel better about my friends using the cloud haha

    my tracking number says it just hit denver tonight :) so ill have it when i wake up tomorrow before work :clap:

    gonna be waiting for USPS like :nope:
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  24. ictus

    ictus Well-Known Member

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    I'm makin clouds :) this thing is great. Smell almost all gone but as you guys said, I didn't smell anything when I hit thru the hydratube even without water.

    I have never used any other hydratubes so I have nothing to compare to, but I don't think the evolver 2.0 is high drag. Feels very easy and smooth to me.

    I do notice a tiny bit of blowback if I finish a hit without lifting the tube like a pipe slide ( tell tale tiny smoke rising from bottom of unit). Does anybody think it's worth lifting to clear? Will my bamboo get dirty way faster by not clearing after each hit? Almost want a carb, heh.
  25. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    You should always lift to clear. :nod:

    :peace:
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