The Woodscents with a DynaVap tip is how I roll. The Woodscents enhances the DynaVap experience. The convection heating really makes some tasty vapor and not having to use a torch rocks.I’ve recently come across a deal on a used woodsscents and was wondering how it compares to a DynaVap or an arizer EQ if anyone has experience with these.
Yes, it's my favorite to use so far with my WS collection. Granted I don't have tons of bubblers, but this is my favorite for sure. The water will never spill out unless you tip it 100% upside down, so no worries!@Mako Kupo Beautiful stuff. Your cocobolo unit is a real stunner!
I really like the look of the bubbler, but I feel like I would constantly worry about water leaking into my unit accidentally. I also feel like bud would have a tendency to fall out of the bowl given the way it needs to be held in use. Do you enjoy using it?
Thank you all, but I do believe my colleciton is just beginningMine as well, but man that Mountain Walnut Burl is quite stunning and the design is like no other
Your one lucky guy with all that beautiful wood, congrats!
My crazy @$$ bought 5 Oz. of different buds to get through it lmao. I generally don't mess around xDHi folks !
Woodscents during quarantine times is your best friend to enjoy & stretch your stash to the max level ! Most efficient shit ever, weighed 30mg on my surprisingly accurate chinese made amazon scale, sucked it in the tip then boom onto the heater @ 10,2V took me straight to flavacloud city
Hope everyone is safe, stay strong & medicated
Yeah you do. Being a collector with an incomplete collection is no way to live.Wow I need one! (or 12)
Looks cool Ed!Good morning everyone and thank you all for the comments and enthusiasm for the VB design. I am really eager to take it further and cant wait to show you all how it progresses.
BTW I have gotten another batch of VVPS in that these will allow you to get those low low voltage temps out of your WS running as low as 3.4V and being able to push those higher ends also. Remember these are warrantied and if you have any issues up to 90 days I will send you a replacement free of charge.
I thought the same thing when I first saw it, but I think the cap pops off to reveal the heater, so it’s actually sitting upright in the photo.Looks cool Ed!
With the standard woodscents I thought it was a bad idea to keep the unit upside down because the natural convection through the heater stops and can cause overheating. This unit looks like it's designed to stay inverted yes? Do you foresee this being an issue?
0Thanks guys @JEMSKU and @letter never sent You are right, the image above is sitting in its upright position. The top cone easily pops off to allow the user to access the heat port of the air path. I would not recommend at all that the unit be powered on leaving the cone in place. This would be a bad idea I feel as it would hold and retain the heat within the unit and cause serious issues overall to the body integrity. This is just how I am feeling and thinking as far as that goes as I havent gotten to the point of final design nor even to testing it at that point either.
Appreciate the enthusiasm very much fellas.
Wonderful, glad it made it.@Ed's TnT My man! Thank you so much. This thing came so fast. This is exactly what I wanted. It’s blackwood, carbless, and tapers to 14mm. So classy. Definitely obsessed!
@Mako Kupo I love this spinning mouth piece. Any ideas why my picture is so small? I’m using postimage.org which was suggested to you awhile back. You seem to have figured it out.
If you can keep it priced around $50 or so for a maple, cherry, walnut I think you could sell them? Your the wood master so I'm not sure what pricing is like but a basic species of some sort to start with. Then add in some higher end stuff as you find it or just see how the other species sell first? I like my Timerhead stand and think a less time consuming, simpler design could be made. I don't use the extra routed out spaces on my stand and the shape of the stand itself adds up to extra time.Bro I know right that walnut it so choice. Let me ask you the same question, I have given it some thought about the accessories stand and have been trying to figure what time to price would be. That particular piece you saw from the walnut burl took quite a lot of time to do and in the end what would you or someone else pay for something like that? I have looked into lumber for such a job then have to make the stem holders and trying to keep price down but it all comes to time. What do you think the market would go for on a piece like that in a neat domestic or exotic wood species that isnt too elaborate?