Cannabis Hardware (formerly NewVape) FlowerPot Twax Vaporizer

Hippie

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I thought the B0 and injectors worked really well with the Herborizer bowls at about 15 degrees F over the temp I would use for an Elev8R or an adapter with a screen in, on my water pieces. I think the flow rate of the piece also has a lot to do with the performance tho.
 

graydeh1

REP for TRVP ATTY, Shellshock/Tectonic and more.
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The B1 that good?
It's totally amazing and I've had a V-Rod since they came out with every revision, I love the B1 but I have stopped vaping all together now, sold my whole collection, I was actually kind of in disbelief as I was cleaning up all my vapes for the last time but I gave it a new home someone local came and picked it up and got quite the deal. Bought a levo 2 and will be using edibles/oils now. It's been a great ride for the past 10 or 15 years vaping and 25 years smoking before that.
 

cvs8floz

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I resisted buying the injector just to try it out, wasn't impressed by the Qaroma injectors. The B1 just continues to shine, at 590F, I preheat the bowl for 10-15 minutes, then load 3-4 scoops, put the heater on and wait about 30 seconds for the first pull, vapor is instantaneous and super dense, we are talking 1-2 second clean pulls that hardly tax your lungs. I normally get 4-5 high quality pulls per bowl. This is exactly what I want from a vaporizer, rich dense vapor in the shortest amount of time without any kind of respiratory discomfort.
 

JollyGreenGiant

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I would love to hear your impressions/thoughts/comparisons. I'm looking at the Pro myself but am a bit skeptical.


Thanks for the response. For me, the flavor on my Herborizer tops all of my other devices with the exception of the Firefly 2+, but it's hard to compare those two vapes since the Herborizer hits so much harder. Just curious - what do you normally run your Herbo at, and do you always hit it on water? I love my Herbo bubbler, but the Sherlock brings out the best flavor, hands down. I love tasting the various flavor notes in my herb, so perhaps the Pro is not for me...
@Esquire - I just took the pro for a spin at lower temps to test out the flavor potential. At lower temps, the flavor is actually very good. I am running a single layer of 4mm rubies on the bottom, then the rest filled to the top with 3mm. I started at 450 and the flavor was much better. The hits weren’t as hard, and the vapor wasn’t all that thick - but again the flavor was there, and the hit was decently hard. At around 500, the flavor was “ok” but the hits were much harder. Might be a good compromise temp. Still digging the train wreck hits from 575f most.
 

710yota

Have you heard about the boom on Mizar 5?
I decided to screw on the ol' faithful VRod head on tonight after some months of B1 only usage and while the VRod is still a killer vape, you can certainly see the improvement in the B1. I'm getting the same kind of hits but using the cap and 40 more degrees on the PID. The most noticeable but maybe not critical difference is how much heavier the VRod head looks and feels in my hand. It definitely has more of the big chunk of metal at the end of a stick feel but I think I'll be getting another coil soon to make it a more regular part of the vape rotation.
 

710yota

Have you heard about the boom on Mizar 5?
Question: How long do coils typically last? Is this something that needs replacing often?

It's hard to say how long they will last but I've been using the same one for around 3 years now. When I think about it, I don't think I've ever seen a someone show up with a coil that died from old age. I'm not saying they last forever but they shouldn't need replacing often, I'd keep money in the bank or a spare on hand just in case though.
 

Bad Dog

Yeah I pissed on the rug...... so what
anyone else ever feel a little steampunk???? :lol:
forgot to turn that fan off though :argh:. been vaping dry for so long I forgot how nice water can be, very smooth but it does lack in flavour.

funny @JollyGreenGiant 575 is my goto temp for my Vrod and I consider that a lot tamer than I use to be at and I'm hitting my bong dry so the hit feels bigger, with water it's pretty tame I find. but that said the PRO is a different beast I'm sure:)
 

Gnome34

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Does anyone have tips on cleaning and maintaining the sapphire dish? They are out of sic dishes at the moment. I'm considering stepping up my dab game but am leery of sapphires ease of use for a new dabber.

I don't have much experience with dabs. I've been using my SSV with the dab attachment and it is okay. Not good enough, but the glass(might be quartz I don't know) dish is easy to keep clean with q-tips and iso.

Also wondering if it might be smarter for me to just buy a dedicated enail setup instead.
 
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RaTheSunGod

New Member
It's hard to say how long they will last but I've been using the same one for around 3 years now. When I think about it, I don't think I've ever seen a someone show up with a coil that died from old age. I'm not saying they last forever but they shouldn't need replacing often, I'd keep money in the bank or a spare on hand just in case though.
Thanks friend!
 

RustyOldNail

SEARCH for the treasure...
Does anyone have tips on cleaning and maintaining the sapphire dish? They are out of sic dishes at the moment. I'm considering stepping up my dab game but am leery of sapphires ease of use for a new dabber.

I don't have much experience with dabs. I've been using my SSV with the dab attachment and it is okay. Not good enough, but the glass(might be quartz I don't know) dish is easy to keep clean with q-tips and iso.

Also wondering if it might be smarter for me to just buy a dedicated enail setup instead.

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ShayWhiteGrow

vAPEhOPPER
What are you guys running the pro at to get a good DAB off it? I think it was up too high and gobbled it up when it hit the pearls. I'm gonna try the 575 like I saw a few posts back. I was used to running 665 on my FP but it seems this has a lot more metal mass so turn it down I will!:tup:
 
ShayWhiteGrow,

Bad Dog

Yeah I pissed on the rug...... so what
what no vid @ShayWhiteGrow ??? I'd love to see the pro in action. for my Vrod at least according to my k type thermocouple 575 give me a dish temp of 420f
 
Bad Dog,

Arbornaut

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Hey everyone! I'm really tempted to get the B1 as an upgrade to my old Showerhead. Is the B1 only compatible with CH coils? I have an extra Chinese PID and Coil. It's more like 4.5 wraps but its clockwise and it measures up with the CH coils, it's just that one of the wraps is a bit shorter.

The showerhead was a great purchase years ago because it works with any coil and I love it, but I'm dying to harness the power of balls. lol
 

cvs8floz

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Hey everyone! I'm really tempted to get the B1 as an upgrade to my old Showerhead. Is the B1 only compatible with CH coils? I have an extra Chinese PID and Coil. It's more like 4.5 wraps but its clockwise and it measures up with the CH coils, it's just that one of the wraps is a bit shorter.

The showerhead was a great purchase years ago because it works with any coil and I love it, but I'm dying to harness the power of balls. lol
If your Chinese coil works with the Showerhead it will work with the B1
 

RustyOldNail

SEARCH for the treasure...
I only have 1 complaint. It comes with a 14mm tube and attachment. All of my other tubes are 18mm. I need that attachment!:myday:

That’s some next level rig!

You seem to cap immediately after you drop your finger load…. I’m still finding the perfect time to cap, some seem to recommend letting it boil a bit?
 

Esquire

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@Esquire - I just took the pro for a spin at lower temps to test out the flavor potential. At lower temps, the flavor is actually very good. I am running a single layer of 4mm rubies on the bottom, then the rest filled to the top with 3mm. I started at 450 and the flavor was much better. The hits weren’t as hard, and the vapor wasn’t all that thick - but again the flavor was there, and the hit was decently hard. At around 500, the flavor was “ok” but the hits were much harder. Might be a good compromise temp. Still digging the train wreck hits from 575f most.
Thanks for the information. The more I read about CH, the more I think my Herborizer is probably still the best. Hits plenty hard and the flavor is awesome.
 
Esquire,

WelshBrok

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Just got a Bzero. Can I leave it on for 6+ hours? I tend to use my units about once an hour. I got the CH controller. Thanks!
Yeah technically auber advise turning it on when needed and off when finished for coil health but I’ve left mine on for > 24 hours multiple times (after passing out :lol:) and the coils still going 4 years later
 

Esquire

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hi all,
just got my pro and am finding my feet a little, but positive first impressions on the delivery.
has anybody taken this thing apart to clean it?
i was in particular thinking about the vapour path inside the body of the unit.
I believe there is a video on the product page where the owner shows how to break it down for cleanup. I'm still fascinated by this device and have waivered on purchasing it. I was dissuaded by a friend who told me that the Pro utilized old VROD parts, as opposed to the b2. Please post some more feedback. What other desktops do you have that you could compare its performance and flavor to?
 
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