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Multi-brand Xmax V2 Vaporizer (also Atmos Astra)

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by mrweed, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. Schroedinger

    Schroedinger Sober and stoned

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    I prefer the bubbler as it does not get hot even after multiple sessions. You can even transport it with the water inside. Plus, I think it acts a bit as a terpene buffer (if this makes sense) so the taste is less intense in the beginning but lasts longer.
     
  2. VisiblyVaped

    VisiblyVaped Well-Known Member

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    In my experience the glass mp fits directly into a 14mm female joint, no need for extra bong attachment I don't think.....?

    Never tried the bubbler but it's on my to-order list
     
  3. NeverGonnaGiveItUp

    NeverGonnaGiveItUp New Member

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    Thanks for the replies.

    I think I'm just going to get all 3 mouthpieces. As whilst I'm in the UK it's free postage (so essentially it's like getting the bong adaptor for free anyway:clap:)
     
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  4. NeverGonnaGiveItUp

    NeverGonnaGiveItUp New Member

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    Hi Guys! Not sure if this has been posted already in another thread. But whilst I was searching for my Xmax mouthpieces I came across the Vapormate - which is basically exactly the same vape as the Xmax V2 Pro apart from the fact that they have gotten rid of the USB charging slot on the actual vape - instead you get a separate mains/car charger.
    The good news is that the Vapormate is £15 ($20 US) cheaper - so that's something to consider for anyone thinking about getting the Xmax V2 Pro.

    I'm even considering buying another one to leave in the UK for the times when I come back here.

    Happy vaping and have a good weekend.

    Hola. Is it easy to empty and change the water in the bubbler?
     
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  5. Schroedinger

    Schroedinger Sober and stoned

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    Fairly, yes. to get out the water blow into the mouthpiece (of course whilst being detached). For cleaning drip in some iso from the bottom and shake it a bit, then blow it out and rinse.
     

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