Ed's WoodScents Log Vape - Ed's TnT

slozukimc

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Okay if you mean- cut power without turning the dial down to zero?

Absolutely mate, zero contraindication to that. No need to zero it first basically.

However, by your reports of the thinner margin, just be mindful that the dial can move slightly by itself if knocked- it ain't set in stone lol ("The vaporizer in The Stone" haha.)

So it may even be worth using some kind of marker on the dial, visible line, piece of tack, tape etc.

Just in case the dial is accidentally tapped, back into combustion range.

Wasn't necessary ever for me, no one single combustion event on 10 even.

10 was not necessary either, it would turn my herb very dark brown as could be.

But never combust. Still not needing highest temp personally.

But I do expect, and maybe there has even been some talk of it here, there could be a slight difference in the exact heat level supplied by different units. In that, MY 8 is a slightly different temp to Fred Joe's lol. Possibly. I have certainly observed this characteristic in other top, high class Analoge desktop units.

I think in such a case, maybe a VVPN may equalise things. Not sure on that though.

Gosh...I don't know a lot today do I? Two points as guessy as can be! :)
I use a VVPS with the new heater and it doesn’t take much to change the color of the AVB. I run 10.0V and 10.1 is a bit too dark for me. I found it very frustrating to try to get exactly the same results every time without the digital display.
 

grogazola

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I use a VVPS with the new heater and it doesn’t take much to change the color of the AVB. I run 10.0V and 10.1 is a bit too dark for me. I found it very frustrating to try to get exactly the same results every time without the digital display.
This is where I’m at. I find my Woodscents can be sorta inconsistent. Some of it is user error (draw speed, clean screen, clean stem, wrong desired temperature) but I think there are times where I don’t get the expected vapour or I get too harsh/hot of a draw. I think I’ll have to get a VVPS with my new heater.

I used a white paint pen to mark the dots and corresponding set marks before going VVPS.
However, by your reports of the thinner margin, just be mindful that the dial can move slightly by itself if knocked- it ain't set in stone lol ("The vaporizer in The Stone" haha.)

So it may even be worth using some kind of marker on the dial, visible line, piece of tack, tape etc.

Just in case the dial is accidentally tapped, back into combustion range.

True! Thank you! The new heater is pretty heavy.....
 

Alexis

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This is where I’m at. I find my Woodscents can be sorta inconsistent. Some of it is user error (draw speed, clean screen, clean stem, wrong desired temperature) but I think there are times where I don’t get the expected vapour or I get too harsh/hot of a draw. I think I’ll have to get a VVPS with my new heater.




True! Thank you! The new heater is pretty heavy.....
It does sound like a VVPS is far more warranted and useful with the newer heater.

I mean, when I used the dimmer switch, I never sweated about a mm turn here or there. I was never quite as proactively smart as @LesPlenty to clearly mark all numbers on the dial.

But I keep a torch handy, so useflul, being a real night owl...picking a cd off the rack....choosing a jar of weed from the curing and storage cupboard....cutting up LSD and measuring the dose....I'll stop there lol.

But it sounds like you really need fuller, basically consistent, visible control over the precise heat level. A mm here/there for you, makes a bigger difference.

I say get one (VVPS.) @LesPlenty linked me to mine, was well cheap, like
$10 AUS. Does all the tricks I imagine any VVPS could do.

And thanks for that feedback too, @slozukimc it sounds like the same finer line with the newer, more powerful Ferraris...ahem, WS heaters...applies also when using a VVPS.

But @grogazola the crucial thing is, you will be able to reliably, consistently choose, know and replicate the exact level of heat supplied every time.
 
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