1. What does SSTB mean? See our glossary of acronyms.
    Dismiss Notice

Yocan Cerum

Discussion in 'E-cig Based Portables' started by Copacetic, Jun 29, 2016.

  1. waxdab23

    waxdab23 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    634
    Location:
    Southern California
    Ya, those coils are definitely not for flower. Concentrate only.
     
    Melting Pot likes this.
  2. 1DMF

    1DMF Old School Cheesy Quaver

    Messages:
    961
    Location:
    England
    Melting Pot likes this.
  3. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

    Messages:
    8,549
    Location:
    The Vapor Trail
    That is incorrect.... marketing guy labeled it wrong... perhaps a translation error.
    I definitely would not try dry herb in it.
     
  4. macbill

    macbill Gregarious Misanthrope

    Messages:
    2,595
    Location:
    The Evergreen State
    I got one of these and I really like it. The hits are so smooth at 13 watts. I just cleaned it after 5 days or so of usage, and it cleans up very nicely. No carbon encrustations, at least, not yet.
     
    Copacetic, Melting Pot and Vitolo like this.
  5. macbill

    macbill Gregarious Misanthrope

    Messages:
    2,595
    Location:
    The Evergreen State
    The Cerum is still keeping crusty-free after close to a month: I'm using 13.2 watts. I'm thinking about dating my Cerum.
     
    abhishek, zor, Yoosh and 4 others like this.
  6. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

    Messages:
    2,898
    A Cerum reached my home 2 weeks ago...I couldn't test it when I got it since I was out of concentrates. So, after made a batch of BHO (from automatics...) I was able to test it on my Evic mini.

    It uses exactly the same sort of Quartz Dual Coils the Evolve line use, Do you know if a donut version will comes out?

    I use it on power mode around 11W, I don't think the ceramic improves a lot the taste if you compare it to the Evolve or Evolve plus but definitly avoid any metallic taste. I like the ceramic feeling on my lips better than others mp and to be able to quickly reload without to fight with glued by resin threads.

    The only con i can see is the not perfect fits of the ceramic mp and cap, they are not perfectly round and sometime you have to slide it carefully to avoid to damage o-rings.

    It is actually my concentrates daily driver!

    Here a humble pic of my Cerum on the top of my Evic mini 60W on a bed of extracted flowers:
    [​IMG]

    A nice atty!
     
    abhishek, macbill, zor and 3 others like this.
  7. Melting Pot

    Melting Pot Sick & Twisted

    Messages:
    2,915
    Location:
    HELL
    After purchasing one I was lucky enough to receive one for review.
    Ok so here it is my opinion on the cerum.

    [​IMG]
    https://www.yocanusa.com/collections/frontpage/products/yocan-cerum-wax-and-dry-herb-atomizer
    I really like this cart quality build,everything fits nicely.
    When I ordered i picked up a donut for the cerum and that's what I mostly used.
    Seems my only complaints are the paint rubbing off around the cap area. And not covering completely in some a re area's.
    Would probably just stick with the white.
    Unil the coloured one's were solid coloured ceramic and not painted. An extra cap would be nice with the extra atty just for accidents. If you drop it might break leaving you without a cap.
    They do include an extra o ring for cap wich is nice because I already lost one.
    Here's some pics of the donut.
    [​IMG]
    You can see what I'm talking about the paint.
    I run it at 10 to 12 watts because I'm a flavor whore. I can ride the button as long as i keep full no burnt taste.
    It was obviously getting low here. Lol
    [​IMG]
    Couple burn offs at 23v
    While hitting.
    This was a quickie for the pic.
    [​IMG]
    Had it looking new in a jiffy
    Would definitely recommend the yocan cerum.

    If anyone already read i edited it disappeared.lol
    Ok I'm confused
    If you click on link in my post cerum 19.99
    If you go to site there 45.00.
    Guess they went up.
     
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2016
  8. NimbusVapor

    NimbusVapor Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    210
    Does anyone know if the base of the cerum is held on by adhesive?
     
  9. Hoosier

    Hoosier Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    347
    I haven't torn one apart, but I would assume it is no different than the dt
     
  10. notoriousLrg

    notoriousLrg Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    172
    Location:
    Northern Cali
    I notice the cover over the cerum atty and was thinking that's a great idea & thinking of picking one up but wondering why the other manufactures don't choose to do this?
     
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2016
  11. macbill

    macbill Gregarious Misanthrope

    Messages:
    2,595
    Location:
    The Evergreen State
    This is my 1st ceramic-donut-ceramic-skillet type cart. I would suspect carts of similar material give similar hits. I even think the Yocan Evolve Plus (all-metal) gives great hits. I can't really tell if hits are better off the ceramic skillet: I expect it to be better, so I perceive it to be better. I posit that if blindfolded and comparing hits off a clean Yocan Evolve Plus and a clean Yocan Cerum, the hits would be would be indistinguishable. But I'm no expert.
     
    notoriousLrg likes this.
  12. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

    Messages:
    2,898
    Hi my friends, I noticed you can use the Evolve plus attys in the Cerum...the only issue is the ceramic mp doesn't fit completly.

    I like a lot the Cerum+Evic mini!
     
    Melting Pot and jclovesherb like this.
  13. vapeape77

    vapeape77 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    154
    Gonna pull the trigger on the Cerum after seeing those pics @Melting Pot posted. That looks like a great donut atty glowing all the way around. Sounds like the Cerum is holding up under the heat too... for $30 should be a nice fit on my Dabstorm big boy 30w battery.
     
    PPN and Melting Pot like this.
  14. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

    Messages:
    2,898
    Yes the Cerum works well with the Dabstorm big boy battery.
     
    Melting Pot likes this.
  15. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

    Messages:
    8,549
    Location:
    The Vapor Trail
    That is what is putting Yocan on the cutting edge.
    Paying attention and putting some focus on the end result using available technical applications.
     
    Melting Pot likes this.
  16. hippogriff

    hippogriff Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    310
    +1 for Cerum w/ evic mini. This is my first mod and I couldn't thread the Cerum onto my evic at first - didn't seem to go down far enuf for the threads to bite. So I spent a couple months w/ a generic titanium coil wax attachment that did the job - vaping bubble hash which seems a bit harder than wax or shatter.

    Tried fitting the Cerum again today and for whatever reason, it worked! The dual quartz is sweet - noteably faster & smoother than the single titanium, easier to keep clean, too.
     
    Melting Pot likes this.
  17. Scrimshaw

    Scrimshaw Vaped Crusader

    Messages:
    103
    Cerum for under $10 on fasttech! No donuts there tho..
     
    Melting Pot, macbill and jclovesherb like this.
  18. notoriousLrg

    notoriousLrg Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    172
    Location:
    Northern Cali
    Anyone have experience w Cerum donut and CO2 oil and whether this combination leaks at all?
     
  19. nosmoking

    nosmoking Fogmonger

    Messages:
    1,073
    Location:
    DC Area
    Do not waste cO2 oil in a coil atomizer unless it is distillate (honey like consistency). Oils that are runny like olive or vegtable oils should be used in enclosed/sealed carts which typically have wicked heaters.
     
    Melting Pot, macbill and jclovesherb like this.
  20. vapeape77

    vapeape77 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    154
    Oh I never did pull the trigger, now I'm gonna hold off and see if Fasttech lists the 5 pack donuts in the next month since I still have a few other donuts to use up. Also maybe good to wait for other shops to list the Cerum
     
    Scrimshaw and Copacetic like this.
  21. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

    Messages:
    8,549
    Location:
    The Vapor Trail
    Scrimshaw, Melting Pot and macbill like this.
  22. vapeape77

    vapeape77 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    154
    And Sold......thanks man, super pumped!

    Spent the extra $6 on the tank from eBay over fasttech, seems worth it for the U.S. shipping and seller. $60 for the tank and 5 quartz coils/5 donuts seems reasonable.
     
    Last edited: Oct 1, 2016
    waxdab23, Vitolo and Melting Pot like this.
  23. notoriousLrg

    notoriousLrg Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    172
    Location:
    Northern Cali
    It's always a little subjective as to the relative viscosity of the different CO2 (as marketed) oils on the market, so its not always as cut & dry as that.

    I have no issues using different CO2 oils with Sourcevapes products, including their dual black ceramic and their nails, which aren't sealed and don't have wicks (if u mean cotton or silica)heaters. Certainly, the w9 products, in which air flow comes from underneath the coil for many positive reasons, aren't the best with runnier oil, so I just always use them on their side, and use cool down techniques.

    So I was just asking a simple question - and I have VAS :).
     
    Last edited: Oct 2, 2016
    Melting Pot likes this.
  24. nosmoking

    nosmoking Fogmonger

    Messages:
    1,073
    Location:
    DC Area
    It may work for you but its not a way I would ever recommend. In fact Inwould stongly recommend against it just because I honestly don't know enough and I would rather stay on the safe side. Dabbing and using ecigs tools that try and subsititue for dabbing when on the go seem like improper tools for the job if the c02 is runny. If your material is runny then it has something in it. Do you really want to ever dab anything that may not be thc? Thats why your purge when processing and why you pick out hairs and flakes from rosin. You dont really want that material to get to the temps of dabbing. The wicked heaters and such are going to be a more appropiate heat for whatever is mixed in with your runny c02 oils.



    Back on topic...can anyone compare the differences and similarities between the Cerum and the Evolve plus coils? Are the cerum coils any better? Are they bigger/wider in diameter? Are they deeper? I have been using the Evolve Plus for about a month or so and I feel I need something that is more efficient and possibly more effective.
     
    Melting Pot and notoriousLrg like this.
  25. waxdab23

    waxdab23 Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    634
    Location:
    Southern California
    There's really not much of a difference in performance. They're s little smaller than the Evolve Plus coils. About the same size as the Nyx and Torch coils. The only real difference with the Cerum coils is that the cups are made of ceramic.

    I think one page back you'll find a write up from @Vitolo and he talks about the differences he noticed as well.
     
    Melting Pot and Scrimshaw like this.

Support FC, visit our trusted friends and sponsors