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  1. VincentTheHealer

    Magicstone Odyssey

    You're right that 88 can be a white supremacist dog-whistle. Unfortunately, as you may know, theses codes are to allow for possible deniability so it's hard to know the real "offenders". With symbols as subtle as digits, I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt.
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    AirVape Legacy Pro

    I am honestly very tempted by this device, especially with the rebate ending in a couple of days... I already have a few devices, including a Mighty which I'm getting a bit disappointed by the airyness, dryness and so-so flavor of the vapor. I do like the battery life, the chamber size and low...
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    Magicstone Odyssey

    I think it might be a cost and consistency thing; soapstone being easier to source and work with. :shrug:
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    Ever meet a rando vaper?

    Dry herb vaping is for (brave) nerds! :science: I really think it's something you have a make a willing effort to get yourself into. The first vaporizer I bought was a Pax 2 and I too thought it didn't get me high so it sat a drawer for the next 2-3 years (smoking half a dozen spliffs a day at...
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    Ever meet a rando vaper?

    I'm in my late 20s, working in a brewery in a crowded legal city so it might be that I'm in a hip sphere, but I've seen a few customers go out with dry herb devices such as the Pax, Mighty/Crafty, OG solo. I've also seen one or two people walking with their device in hand from my balcony at...
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    Questions and help after 24hrs using my Pinky

    What is with the stinky whitish res when vaping through water? It's reclaim, thc that has been vaporized, transformed into aerosols, cooled down can stuck to glass or float in the water. It doesn't smell to good, I would agree, but it's nothing worrying. Why does it smell grosser than smoking...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    I think that all around the b-0 is the better option; not that much more expensive, better form, better fit and seal on bowls, and ""safer material"" (at least it's not coming from a Chinese ceramic manufacture like TIG cup sold on Amazon). But considering USD exchange rate, CH international...
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    Anvil by Vestratto

    "we asked kids from the 90s what they think cannabis consumption will look like in 2050" Love the look of that set-up, man!
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    Anvil by Vestratto

    I don't know about you guys, I think the Anvil is a great name to describe what it does, but when I'm talking about this device specifically (let's say my SO ask me about what device I used today) I rather say the brand name (as in "I used my Vestratto today"). Maybe it's because Anvil doesn't...
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    Anvil by Vestratto

    Just received my Anvil and wow! Even though I've been following its development since last October, I was on the fence about it after reading a few lukewarm reviews, but when I received my email last Thursday, FOMO got the best of me and I ordered. And maybe it's the novelty of the new toy, but...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    On my box of TIGs, it says 53n1s and when I google that number, first link is welding equipement website with the right cup. I'm no technical expert, but "53n61s" is my best guess
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    Inserting the cup is the hardest part of the assembly ime. With one hand on the coil and one hand on the handle, try to unroll the coil slowly to loose it. You can loose it untill the cup fit and try to tight it again after .Or you can insert the cup into the tight coil and press on it as you...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    The source I shared earlier says that Alumina has RH of HRA80-90 so maybe it's used mainly for metal (like titanium is approximately 80 HRB), but it could still be of relative significance. It's not that I don't think alumina could scratch a bowl. I fully agree that sanding paper made with...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    I aware of this measurement, but I thought it was only an approximate scale and the Rockwell Hardness was the "real" thing to refer. Either way, still means making dust is pretty unlikely, unless it's metal dust from the coil; metal being way softer. About the bowls, I haven't scratch any of...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    Damn, that's really cool they chose to embrace the DIY approach. They're probably a bit scared of loosing potential customers to the Pinky and tbh if I knew this thing before, I would have needed more time to decide which one to build, lol
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    I was concerned myself at first and I did some light research and now I won't say I'm confident enough to write a paper about it, but, from my understanding, I'm confident enough to build it for myself. As you might have found out, the cup is made out of Alumina. Here and here you can find its...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    This thing is amazing. I see a lot of talk about the best bowl possible. In my short experience with the thing, it rocks with any bowl I've tried it with. I've put some beads in a 14mm j-hook with the cheapest, smallest bowl I have with just a little bit of green. Gave me a thick tasty cloud...
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    I know there is a guy on reddit that used a longer nozzle with the same width that make it fit more "conventionnal" injector bowls such as the el8vr bowl and the like. Maybe that could be an avenue for you.
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    The Pinky: an open-source DIY injector style thermal extraction device

    I love how he insisted multiple times on how hard alumina is and how every mark is from softer materials.
  20. VincentTheHealer

    Pen Xmax V3Pro vaporizer, convection, on-demand&session.

    I dropped my unit a few time and my magnet detached too. Now I put a rubber band near the intakes and another one near the bottom of the device. Doing so keeps the battery cover in place, give the device somekind of shock resistance and better grip and as a bonus can regulate intake flow as...
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