XL bowls and XL mouthpieces show in stock now, in case anyone was lookin’.
Really?! I think I always pay more for shipping from Canada - and I’m in Canada!The thing that annoys me about the shipping is that it simply does not cost $25 to ship a little mouthpiece in a padded envelope from Canada to USA. You can check the rates yourself on Canada Post. It’s probably more like $10.
But yeah, it’s not the end of the world and I know we have it a lot better than the rest of the world as far as access to vape stuff goes. I’m sure there will be other places to get Anvils in the near future.
Really?! I think I always pay more for shipping from Canada - and I’m in Canada!
Also, why then does it cost about that amount to ship a tiny part from USA to Canada? Anytime I’ve followed up on such a post here, it always costs a lot, so I never bother.
Alright, that is close to the 10 that you stated if converted to USD.
I dunno, I put in 8x11 padded envelope weighing 1 lb from a random postal code in Toronto to my zip code in Southern California. Here are the results. And the actual package would be far less than 1 lb for a tiny accessory.
Perhaps Vestratto is using a more expensive shipping option, and I wouldn’t be surprised if their current software is preventing them from having anything other than a flat rate, but it would be nice to have a cheaper option for small accessory orders at least.
Still, I recall these shipping rates to be similar to what I’ve always encountered. Under 10?!lol its actually like under $10, nobody pays retail unless your still going into post office and paying full retail, majority of shipping sites are good 33%+ off all the time, for business its even cheaper haha, he just needs to make his $200k r&d back, ive said this for dynavap as well, the cost to machine is cheap for cnc lathes, and the most expensive part of the entire kit is paying the human labor to kit the package contents together for shipment
Yes, and isn’t this stock setup the design that the maker came up with? i.e. through a glass pieceI'll add that I don't think the accessories are all that necessary.
I like the XL bowl, but prefer the standard.
The XL mouthpiece is nice, but then I prefer to use the Anvil through glass which in turn makes the xl mouthpiece redundant.
And the case, well I would recommend looking at alternatives. I don't like the case at all.
So there you go, you can not only save the $25 on shipping + the $109 on accessories that in my opinion don't add that much to the experience
I have this IH and it's good for DV. I can only fit the anvil in up to just before the copper battery. Always giving whispy hits. Did you modify yours?I can confirm the YLL InductionHeater works with the Anvil:
YLL Induction Heater FC
With the correct technique I can get even, dark brown ABV on a single draw.
I don't think this is really news anymore. It seems like any induction heater with a big enough hole has a very good chance of working with the Anvil.
But the heaters developed for the DV are not ideal for the Anvil. They work great for me, but there is a ton of room for improvement for the Anvil.
The snarky attitude of this post catches even me a bit by surprise!Be careful moaning about the shipping rates.. you don’t want to be the next victim of the Sunday Post
I too would like to know any cleaning tips. Mostly for the oven. I know that's the part that gets straight blasted by a torch, but I wouldn't mind cleaning it all the time to look new.Any tips for getting the Anvil cleaned up good as new?
I'm new to this level of torch devotion. That said, I've observed that the Ronx takes longer to click as it's getting low on butane. It's as if the single flame can convince you it's the same size as when it had more fuel but really it's not as muscly and not heating as fast as it wasI bought the Ronx torch recommended by @bossman and i like it quite a lot. I use good quality butane and the torch starts on first ignition each time. I also confirm that it's very silent compared to other torches.
On my first tries to test the torch I was able to make the Anvil click in ~23s on the thermal battery and I don't really know why but now I can't make it click under 30s even with the highest/strongest single flame setting...
Could the Ronx owners here let me know like the fastest time they can make the Anvil click when pointing the single flame at the thermal battery ?
I suspect that when I checked the fonction of the double flame it opened a very tiny leak of butane on the second burner so that now my single flame setting lost a little bit of power. Could be totally wrong but that's the only explanation I can think of.
barkeepers friend and an old toothbrush. a few minutes and it will shine as new.The snarky attitude of this post catches even me a bit by surprise!
I too would like to know any cleaning tips. Mostly for the oven. I know that's the part that gets straight blasted by a torch, but I wouldn't mind cleaning it all the time to look new.
Thank you! I'm about to order some of it. Saw @invertedisdead mention it but admittedly didn't look it up.barkeepers friend and an old toothbrush. a few minutes and it will shine as new.
I did not modify my YLL Induction Heater in any way. The Anvil fits as you described. The YLL is my least favorite heater for the Anvil. It just seems to take longer than the UFO or the Black Shadow, even though the Anvil sits deeper in the YLL than the Black Shadow.I have this IH and it's good for DV. I can only fit the anvil in up to just before the copper battery. Always giving whispy hits. Did you modify yours?