@Newcastle - I thought the same UNTIL George mentioned the fact that it will rust. Last thing you want is rust potentially entering your lungs. Shame as they look great.Damascus steel DV body!.....Take my money please!.......Todays video from George says limited number but I dont think they will be released until Thursday?
Be aware the outer body has to be covered with oil or wax to prevent rust.Maybe. But they sure looks purty. & Unique. I need one.
Be aware the outer body has to be covered with oil or wax to prevent rust.
Think about it for a moment. Not only will the oil/wax get on your fingers everytime you use it but it will make it extremely slippery to hold and if any oil gets inside the unit it will taste like shit - thats why we clean new vapcaps before use - no oil no problem.
Have you got a condenser inside the glass stem? I thought I saw an x-ring. If so, can you say why?
OR, a 14mm female to 10mm female glass adaptor, and then set the mouthpiece right on it. It’s not as secure an attachment as a vong, but it works just fine
All @Jun84m 'needs' is a VonG stem , which she can use with her XL condenser and mouthpiece to assemble a VonG XLS (extra long VonG with spinning mouthpiece).
If she does want rid of the mouthpiece, then she'll need a regular condenser as well as the VonG stem, as you describe.
The other remaining options are:
Buy a VonG BODY, a regular condenser and assemble a regular length VonG S
Buy one of @DDave glass VonGs which would work without a condenser or mouthpiece making things VERY simple.
What the heck is that truck @stark1?
Looks like it belongs in Logans Run
So sad about the lost screen. Next time try this... Place the tip upside down onto a towel. Push the screen down and out of the tip with your condenser or whatever tool you are using and onto the towel. Lift up the tip and there your screen will be sitting nicely for you.Welp, guess i'm officially part of the "lost screen whilst cleaning" club.
Wonders happen! I got back my lost 7fin Omni XL damascus which disapperared one year ago. But it now looks like a simple piece of dark-greyish steel. Covered with this dark patina (no rust) you can't nearly see the damascus grain anymore. Don't know how to get back the old finish. Read something about chalk polish. Have read everywhere that use of camellia oil is recommanded for damascus.