What is whip tubing? When speaking of vaporizers, the word 'whip' is used for a lot of things. Generally, it is a combination of a wand, tubing, and mouthpiece as illustrated below. This thread is about the tubing. Vaporpedia Article: http://www.vaporpedia.com/wiki/Whip_tubing What type of tubing is safe to use? It is assumed that the tubing that comes with vaporizers is generally not exposed to temperatures high enough to cause it to emit toxins. Some of the PVC type tubing does give off a plastic/rubber type odor when new, this tends to fade over time and after use. Silicone type tubing is (usually) more heat resistant and taste/smell neutral. What size do I need? This information is compiled from previous posts and may be outdated - needs to be checked 1/4" ID, 3/8" OD - Vaporbrothers and other box style vaporizers 5/16" ID 7/16" OD - Extreme (used to be 1/4" but newer models have 5/16" for an easier fit 3/8" ID, 1/2" OD - SSV/DBV (newer style wands may use different sizes) 1/16" wall thickness should be around standard for most whip vapes Purple-Days vapor tubes are 1/2" OD and the 3/8" ID silicone is a snug fit Where to buy? You can probably buy some where you got your vaporizer, most manufacturers and online vape retailers stock it. Silcon Silicone Tubing Tygon Sanitary Silicone Tubing 3350 Chemfluor PTFE Tubing High-Purity White Silicone Rubber Tubing Various tubing Silicone tubing in Europe How do I clean the whip tubing? Check out Sprial's thread: How to clean tubing. If you want to clean the wand check out How to clean vape parts and reclaim resin. Previous tubing discussions Search for "tubing" or "tubes" in title only.