Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by TherealVaporblunt, Nov 1, 2012.
Late to the jump, blame it on the ca-ca-ca-ca-cannabiiiiis
Thanks guys. Such a wonderfully unexpected way to finish the week!
Enjoy! The VB2 is a sweet device.
I'm really happy with the PN Pro so naturally now I wonder how well the other other Vaporblunt stuff works. I'm reading the thread but can't find if the VB2.0 is a step back from the Pro or would it be what I'm hoping for and be a companion vape with a much longer run time. Not looking to replace the Pro at all just add to it. Anyone have a good reason to NOT get one. Seems like the most common complaint is that its a sipper?
It appears that you have a Solo already. In all honesty, I would just keep that. The VB 2.0 is the same size as the Solo but is very smelly. It does have more of an open airway, but does you no good if you have to sip it anyway. I don't dislike my VB 2.0, but for roughly the same price (with the FC disc) I would just buy another PN Pro as a backup if you felt the need for another portable.
Tell you the true I almost ordered this morning in my early morning coffee and vape bliss but come here trying to get some "no" "I wouldn't" but you talked me into it . Getting a second pro is going to happen but I still got a spot for the VB2 with that big ass battery. I have a few vapes to sell off to friends so new stock is welcome.
Edit: Ordered from theyoyokid so looking for it this week.
VB2.0 is in but it gotta smell to it. Its that familiar hot smell. A few burn offs and the smell could be getting less already. The oil cap looks similar to a picture posted here I think, its deformed and the glass straw dont fit. Out of the box impressions are sorta low but here's to hoping.
Triple post, whats up with this dude. Sorry
I did some modding to the threads to make it really easy to put on. Looking at the threading you see running from the splice on each side has a half thread to nothing, I just removed all of that half thread from each side with a razor blade after running max temp. Now when I spin it backwards I get a nice solid click down and its ready. If it jacked the warranty so be it.
You don't need to apologize. We're aware that you would have edited your posts if you could have. There is no problem with making two or more posts on a row if they're separated by enough time.
So, it happened. My stir knob broke.
What do I have to do to warrantee it. Is a post here to @TherealVaporblunt good enough or do I have to go to the VB website to handle it?
TRVB is quite active here and your post might be all that is necessary, but I want to emphasize that FC is not a manufacturer support forum. Anyone expecting service from any manufacturer or vendor should not rely on posts here for problem resolution. If there is a problem reporting system then you should use it.
All claims need to go through our claims department. I use my own products way too much to be in charge of anything!!
Haha, looks like you picked the right career then huh?
I was very interested in buying the VB 2.0. After spending hours reading this entire forum I think I will wait to buy a revised model maybe 3.0? It seems like a good unit but there are alot of kinks that are yet to be worked out. I purchased an Iolite 2.0 about two years ago but sold it to my friend in an attempt to get him to quit smoking. I am thinking of going with the Iolite again as it was more than impressive in it efficiency and bowl size. The down side it gets hot to hold and can hit dry sometimes which is why I was so turned on by the VB 2.0 with the water attachment. I'm torn..... just don't want such an expensive mistake.
I don't think there is going to be a 3.0. You could check out the Pinnacle Pro thread for what their latest release is.
Check it dudes.
Been using the VB2.0 soley at home for the past week or so. The battery is impressive, didnt really count but it gotta be near 10 or so full loads. If I slow down my draw or just take small multiple puffs the hits are ok, not blowing clouds but it does get the goods out in a timely manner.
So far it feels like a good purchase.
Hahaha, screwing around lastnight and broke the stir knob off. If you pack this thing tight it hits hard but as you see broke my knob in the process. Does the metal parts really need to spin, the action of threading on and off achieve similar results without the added weak points and would allow it to be stuffed tight for huge hits.
does anyone have any vids of the oil bowl in use. or just the device in general. Not many good up close reviews of this guy
Not sure if this is the right thread, but could anyone tell me how the DLX water tool compares to the PNWT?
Just ordered for a PNWT and considering getting the DLX WT.
The DLX is MUCH taller (almost twice, 10 vrs 5.5 inches) and a bit bigger around. It's also 18mm GonG, not 14.
Thanks OF, very helpful as always!
I guess I'll just get another PNWT and stick to 14 sized equipment only.
I want to thank the folks on this forum. I recently purchased the VB2.0 with a Chandelier DLX attachment, and would have 'given up on it' earlier had I not had the benefits of your tips and tricks (and advice on patience). Had a very nice sesshun just now (using a cotton ball air restriction trick learned in these pages and keeping on level 3 heat, then stepping up). Got a lot of satisfying pulls, very respectable clouds, nice taste, good medication effect. It's always nice to have a breakthrough. I've also recently adapted the glass tube (smaller VB WT) to a PD and it is great as well. Enjoying adding a little water to my vapor.
I'm glad people are enjoining the products. The VB 2.0 will be on sale for the first time ever on Black Friday. Details will come soon....
Does unplugging the battery and plugging it back in reset the calibration?
Because I did that.
I had to take mine apart because it was REALLY dirty.
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