I wound up doing a review of this thing for another thread & thought I'd post it over here. I found a thread about this kit, but it's locked. I'll probably keep the Vapor Brothers heater around for a good long time now that I found this kit. I was looking for replacements at the time as the whip was driving me nuts & I hadn't found a suitable alternative in any of the local headshops. As i live in the Denver area I figured if I wasn't going to find a solution here I wasn't going to find one anywhere. So tripping across the kit has saved my relationship with my Vapor Brothers heater. It was destined for Craigslist but was saved by this collection of bits. From every perspective this is an improvement on the original whip. I have the original, which I just discovered after cleaning is cracked, so this is good timing. I couldn’t stand to use it anyway anymore. I’d been sort of trying to work out fixes on my own for the old design & nothing seemed to work. The hose was constantly coming off, the mouthpiece broke very early on because it’s (err, was) super thin, screen changes require the patience of a brain surgeon, and the minimum bowl is way more than I want to consume in one sitting. Oh, and since it’s glass, you can see right through it when it gets good & gross. So let’s start with the packaging Nothing to see here really – just an easily-opened package. There’s no packing around any of the ceramic parts, so maybe that means they’re pretty tough. If you were to buy one of these off the shelf, you’d be able to see what you’re buying. Let’s have a look inside shall we? It comes with everything I need to get vaping again! There are some inconsistencies in packaging however regarding the website where I bought the whip. I’ll talk more about this later in the interest of staying on topic. I’d spoken with Vapor Brothers some time ago about the whip design and how it didn’t like to hold on to an oily tapered hose. Someone listened! As you can see – a much-improved design over the standard whip. I’ve always had 3 major complaints about this whip. The tendency of the whip to separate from the hose more than it stayed put made the original piece a major pain in the ass. While I don’t have many miles on it yet, this new one appears to be a vastly superior design. .......... .