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Vapolution 2.0

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by Vapolution Vaporizers, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    I didn't care for the carburetors on the buddy bowl or really care for the AIWB when i first got my vapo 2, now i find i like 'em a lot more. love the vapor barrel on the end of a whip but still don't care for a bubbler or bong that uses a carb or that you have to clear.

    I still like the Straight shooter or infuser more then the wonder bowl and use them more often myself.

    The taste of the first couple of hits seem sweeter to me with the all-in-wonder-bowl but i have an easier time picking it up to hit and just dealing with the vapolution in my hands while using the Infuser or straight shooter when I'm not using the whip.
     
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  2. Dog-Boy

    Dog-Boy New Member

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    Had been wondering about carbed or uncarbed glass.Was kinda thinking would go carbed then I may be able to block hole if I didn't like it.Have a mate works with glass reckons he can make me whatever I like so reckon I will just get standard 2 straight bowl kit and go from there.Was looking at concentrate bowl since I have a lot of kief.Would I be correct to say concentrate bowl would be all conduction? Was thinking same type design as concentrate bowl would be good if only had crumbly herb like at bottom of bag.May not be convection but would stop herb falling out.Loading and unloading could be pain though.
     
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  3. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    To quantify my above statement I would be using the "All in wonder bowl" more often but due to neuropathy in my hands it's a two handed operation most of the time and not as convenient as the non-carbed stems for me.

    I'ts just I often don't have full use of or strength in both hands.
     
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  4. Dog-Boy

    Dog-Boy New Member

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    I think there is non carbed AIWB available.If that any help.Sorry if I'm way off base.
     
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  5. jimmy123

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    Same here.I know exactly what you mean
     
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  6. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    Sorry to hear that @jimmy123. Would be nice if no-one else really knew what I meant, If you know what I mean?

    Be well. :peace: ... :rockon:
     
  7. jimmy123

    jimmy123 Member

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    This is same time period i bought my first vape 2.0
    And am just going back and reading all this again.
    Flash back approximately 3 and a half yrs ago i bought my first one. What im trying to say is these vapes arr simply astounding works of simplicity and genius. I recently bought a second one. Although my ovrr 3 year one still works perfect,and for 99,, one of the best buys of my over 50 lifetime,
     
  8. jimmy123

    jimmy123 Member

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    I didnt even know i wrote previous at 4:20
     
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  9. ataxian

    ataxian CALIFORNIA

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    I remember getting the VAP2 and it worked right out of the box!
    I have a very good inventory of vaporizers and cannabis.

    I love the flavor achieved with very little effort.

    If expensive vaporizers fulfill your EGO like a big belt buckle then this unit is not for you!

    The VAP2 is for someone who is intelligent and wanting something that works!

    This next harvest this fall of 2015 will yield very strong colas (outdoor).
    With a VAP2 the harvest is to be enjoyed!
     
  10. trentbent

    trentbent New Member

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    Hi, I just recently got a Vapo2 from my cousin for really cheap because he said vapor makes him cough (?). I was so surprised this vape I never heard of and looks so cheap is so good. I wanted to read the whole forum thread, but it's 56 pages, so I'll ask my question:

    I have a regular stem and a whip for it. It is okay, but I want to get a water attachment. But I see everyone talking about the AIW. What is so great about it, I don't really understand why it would be better than any other glass piece that fits the Vapo.
    My follow up question is: can I connect the silicone whip (it's the vapo brand one) to the AIW so I can use an AIW (if I end up getting one) with a water attachment? TBH, I don't even have a water piece yet, or the adaptor, but want to do the research to get the perfect set up with this vape since I got a good price on the unit itself.

    Since I'm new, brief intro: I have been using a MFLB for a while and was considering getting a desktop finally when my cousin offered to give this one to me and I was skeptical but then super pleased, but want to upgrade to water and possibly AIW. THANKS!! peace.
     
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  11. ataxian

    ataxian CALIFORNIA

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    For the $ it's the best vaporizer!
     
  12. trentbent

    trentbent New Member

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    Okay. I don't have the AIWB. What are the benefits of the AIWB and can I attach a whip/water attachment to that? Thanks.

    edit: I'll just order an AIWB anyway. :D sounds good enough.
     
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  13. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    The All-in-wonder-bowl gives you smooth tasty hits with it's all glass vaporpath and carb hole.

    No way and no need to attach it to a water piece that I can see.

    (but I am one of those seemingly rare people here who has never seen any use for a water tool with vapor other then using one for shits and giggles myself)
     
  14. jimmy123

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    Same here,no need or all the water stuff,hell i dont even understand how half that stuff woork
     
  15. ataxian

    ataxian CALIFORNIA

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    The VAP2 works well without water! You can hook it up for water if you insist!
     
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  16. trentbent

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    Thanks, everyone! I ordered the AIWB and I will forgo the water aspect, I guess it just seemed kinda fun ;)
     
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  17. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    If you decide you wanna play with a water tool there are still ways to do it with the vapolution using the whip, If you search through this thread you may find some video action to give you some Ideas how to go about it.

    Enjoy your Vapo 2 and those sweet herbal vapors :tup:


    Here's a couple of vids from our very own Stu playing with H2O.
     
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  18. trentbent

    trentbent New Member

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    Thanks! It was indeed Stu's very videos which inspired me, but this is one epic thread, and I gave up searching at page 12 and just made my own post.

    Definitely a great vape and I saved so much money going this route, allowing me to get a new laptop for wifey instead of blowing it on Arizer and the like. I have barely touched my MFLB w/ adapter, but have added the LB 1' whip to the end of my Vapo whip so it's exrta long and with the nice little mouth piece. Peace!
     
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  19. anasrzi

    anasrzi Well-Known Member

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    Anyone got both the minivap and the vapo2, how do the two compare on taste above all else? Not overly fussed with any form of draw resistance or ability to produce clouds (it's nice to have excellent in both of those but flavour is king). The ability to blow clouds would be cool but not overly required it's all about the taste for me in fact all vape's are to my mind, trying to describe the flavours and at see to people who have a confused look on there faces is priceless :ugh:

    I'm not looking to get a vapo2 as I'm awaiting the release of the 3.0 version if I got one but the other option is the minivap again for flavour above all else. I use my vape's dry 99% of the time so both fit that bill also, like the idea of a portable cordless home unit from the minivap camp but the whole ability to vape pellets of goodness without the need of grinding and exceptional flavour from the all glass pathway is hard to ignore.
     
  20. stickstones

    stickstones Vapor concierge Retailer

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    Both those vapes are in my to 5 for flavor. I don't have a vap2 anymore or I'd do a side by side.

    I was amazed at how good Teflon is for taste. Works well in the herbalaire also.
     
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  21. anasrzi

    anasrzi Well-Known Member

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    This is my conundrum of late I don't want or need both, I like to collect vape's and try out new ones all the time but I don't like a shelf of them gathering dust. Have the EQ that up just sits there because the lotus is easier to use and quicker too.

    I'm getting a grass hopper in the future (when ever that will be is anyone's guess) but I'd like a top notch home based unit so I'm covered in both areas, the lotus is a good portable but not stealthy enough for real world use outside amongst everyone else.
     
  22. stickstones

    stickstones Vapor concierge Retailer

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    Well, you can't go wrong with a Vap for taste!
     
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  23. trentbent

    trentbent New Member

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    My AVB bottle is being filled with chunky herb now
     
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  24. ataxian

    ataxian CALIFORNIA

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    Time to use the VAP2
    GSC during day
    GDP during night
     
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  25. bigbossgrayfox03

    bigbossgrayfox03 Well-Known Member

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    @stickstones What happened to your 2.0?

    This is the first time seeing @Stu 's vape-bong setup vid and I love it! I had only ever read about the water attachments here till now, but that setup is very similar to mine. I hold the end of the whip to the 14mm to 18mm adapter while toking

    Also, one thing I started doing is holding the unit upside down while toking to make sure no flower falls out (the water pressure from bong can move it slightly). My brother and my friend started using it on their 2.0-bong setups as well! It looks kinda silly but it works. @trentbent

    All I can say is taste, clouds and efficiency.
     
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