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Vapir Rise Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by VaporNation, Aug 16, 2013.

  1. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    Mine broke. The screen popped right off the chamber. It was not the screw in part. Vapir wanted me to register for warranty and send them a photo. I haven't got to the photo part yet. Been relatively busy.
     
  2. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    On an MJ break, guys. Last strain I had in this beast was Flo and Blue Dream. How I miss it. But there comes a time when your tolerance just gets too high. Only on my third day. :(
     
  3. Ronp

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    Has anyone tried both the old bagging system vs the new bagging system? I"ve only tried the old system with turkey bags. Before I buy new bagging parts, I figured I would ask someone who has used both.

    I was wondering where you get your silicone tubing for the Rise inexpensive?
     
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  4. DocGonzo

    DocGonzo Well-Known Member

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    I have a 2.0 and still use the old balloon system. I think it works better if you don't mind making the bags. The new ones are a bit small for my liking, and I prefer buying bag material to getting premade ones. Seems more budget friendly.
     
  5. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    I only use new bag system. Prefer if it was old system. But that's me. I just brewed a bag today for the first time in at least 3-4 months. First time vaping in over a week
     
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  6. Ronp

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    Where do you folks get your silicone hose for the Vapir Rise? It gets to smelling real fast; so, I store it in a Tupperware type of container with baking soda. It's about $8 for 3 feet plus shipping. Anybody find it less expensive?
     
  7. George1151

    George1151 Well-Known Member

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    I much prefer the new bagging system. I have several silicon whips and bags. When doing a session I hook up 3 bags with whips, let 1 fill, hook up next in line with its own whip and either start sucking on the filled bag through the attached whip while the next one is filling or I remove the whip and cap it if I want to wait a bit. Although the new bags are smaller than the turkey bags, I find them much more convenient to use.

    That said since I got my Haze portable I almost never use the desktop anymore. If I was sharing with a few people and was at home I would use the Vapir Rise but even at home for 1 or 2 people I use the Haze almost exclusively.
     
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  8. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    You can get tubing from a home improvement store. But who knows. Never tried. Still using my original whip.

    What I need a new thing of is the hepa filter. And no one ships that for free. Not paying $20 for a hepa filter.
     
  9. DocGonzo

    DocGonzo Well-Known Member

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    Just get a furnace hepa filter and cut out a piece for the Rise. It's a lot cheaper and one filter will last you forever. Same material it comes with, just not pre-cut.
     
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  10. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    Someone mentioned that before. I'm yet to try it. I think I'll fuck up the cutting haha. But it is worth the try.

    Not sure if the filters do anything on the vape. I would like to think it makes it a little cleaner from other particles laying around.
     
  11. Ronp

    Ronp Well-Known Member

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    Hey folks, any idea about the size of the Vapir Rise silicone hose (Inside & outside diameter). Also, I don't want to pay $10 + shipping for 3 feet of hose; is there anywhere to buy it less expensive. I have to store mine in Tupperware with baking soda when not in use; it smells so bad.
     
  12. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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  13. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    Doing duel mode with some Trainwreck medical grade. Sooooo good. This vape is by far the easiest to maintain. Iso bath and a quick scrub is all that is needed. I'm gonna get more silicone tubing and a water adapter. Sad to say that this beast is taking first place from my THeCan.
     
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  14. Episode666

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  15. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    Gotta say my vape is going strong. I've moved on to bags only now. In the process of replacing the hepa filter. Just going to cut up a furnace filter.
     
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  16. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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  17. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    You can still micro dose with this. Just wish they'd redesign the top pop down screen, so it didn't get pushed up by the fan.
     
  18. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    I micro dose all the time in this vape. No issues. Earlier on in this thread I had a post of what I put in the chamber. Pic should still be good.

    When I micro dose I use the whip no fan. For bags I pack a bit more and do a bag at fan setting 3. Then again I put to little that I can't get a second bag out of the chamber. No complaints though.
     
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  19. George1151

    George1151 Well-Known Member

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    Since I got my Haze V3 I have stopped using my Vapir Riser. I tried it the other day using a finer grind and I noticed that the screen wasn't staying down and I was inhaling particles which was not good. Have since cleaned it (wasn't very dirty) but have not tried a coarser grind to see if that eliminates the particles.
     
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  20. ginolicious

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    Had a nice solid session on this bad boy right before bed. Had a few bags all evening. When bed time came I jumped in a bath with lavender to sooth my prostatis flare up and relax me. I was then wide awake. Went over to the gaping table. Packed a real small bowl. Good for about 5 hits. Cranked her up to about 200c sipped on the hose and got myself a nice bedtime high that's for sure. Flavour not the greatest after the first 2 draws but well expected.
     
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  21. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    Gonna pull this beast out when I get some new bud. Excited.
     
  22. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    Just went to a local head shop today. They were selling this unit for $349.00 CDN. A little outrageous I have to say.
     
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  23. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    Volcano prices. Works just as well as the Volcano. I'm getting oil pads and the water attachment tool.
     
  24. ginolicious

    ginolicious Well-Known Member

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    Been a rise user for 2 years as my go to and only vape. I paid $200CDN for it. Rather shocked that a local head shop had it at $349CDN.
     
  25. Zheka

    Zheka New Member

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    do you use liquid pad for concentrates or just drop them directly into the oil canister?
     

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