TheThriftDrifter

Land of the long vapor cloud
What do y'all think of the adult table bundle as an entry point? That seem like a good deal?


A colorful dynavap, a torch and IH sounds like a good start for sure. :spliff:
The bundle definitely is a much better price than those items sold separately too.

Just to throw another option at you....



A 2020 M with mini stash and lighter $50usd
Basic wand on-sale (batteries not included) $119usd.
Gets you a portable IH but not the beautiful color M.....decisions....decisions.....

Either way you should be able to have plenty of fun. :party:
 

Smokey McVape

Peace. Love. Unity. Dynavap.
Hi folks. Hope people are as happy as can be.

So I'm just ordering my Ispire from Vapefiend now. Saw this too. I feel like taking a punt on it.

anybody have any experience or word on this or would simply advise against?

Here you go -
 

Petetbay

Well-Known Member
anybody have any experience or word on this or would simply advise against?
I have Copperhead(dimpled version) that I use with the Simrell Mighty ti adapter on my Mighty and Tera and is a excellent cooling stem. I never actually used with a Dynavap tip, I would think it would work good.
 

Alexis

Well-Known Member
I have Copperhead(dimpled version) that I use with the Simrell Mighty ti adapter on my Mighty and Tera and is a excellent cooling stem. I never actually used with a Dynavap tip, I would think it would work good.
Thanks man. Before I ordered, I saw Sneaky Pete's video on the copperhead.

looked very similar. I noticed him using the carb on it.

I am not a fan of carbless vapcapping, I know a lot like that though.

A quick browse confirmed no carb onnthe Sidewinder.

I did buy the ispire though plus needed an extra cap, also good reduction.

I never think about dates, I onow when Christmas is coming lol but that's different.

Because we need to make sure there are mince pies and milk for santa :)

I was basically just ready to buy the ispire right now already.

The fact that black Friday came along, this time (because I believe in universal order and sequence and not coincidence, philosophically but I always say there are kind of exceptions) because this was one if there are.

I need to think about that more in time though.

Still, it did save me some quid. :)
 

Siebter

Less soul, more mind
Steel wool and a lathe.

Not sure if that's a good idea. Steel wool is brittle, so small pieces might come off and find their way into your eyes. I'm also pretty sure that steel wool is not medical grade and most likely treated with oils to avoid corrosion. So wearing goggles and cleaning the tip thoroughly after lathing is advised – or just skip the whole process and go directly to cleaning with an electric toothbrush and toothpaste, takes only five minutes and makes it shine like new.
 
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