Ok folks (especially you @Dynalowrider ) I am sorry it took so long but here is the link to the manual....
Check out @Ratchett on the forum and his SonG's (Silicone on Glass) Adapters.Ed has a model of an adapter for the Haze stem- there's a picture on his thread. He wrote that he's not sure he's going to make more. But it looks like he has the V3 to fool around with. Does anyone know where I can get a gong for the Haze 3?
V3 certainly does some serious clouds at setting 2 and 3 with the new dry herb cans. It may sound a strange setup but I used some shatter with the dry herb cans as well (holding it up), just to test the air flow and man...setting 3 will let you do 8-10 tasty yet cloudy draws. Love the new cans.
Thanks, I was able to put back the left one (on your pic) but the second one is more difficult and I wasn't yet able to put it back...Mine is the 2.5 if it's the bit I think I have taken mine off a few times (just because I could ) and fitted it again.
The silicone bit that holds the metal plates that cover the ovens, there are flaps on the silicone and they fit over the bits on the honeycomb door, I used a toothpick from the outside through the honeycomb to clip it back on.
I will try and do some pics as it's hard to explain with words.
It will only fit one way as there is a curve that follows the lid, it's easier to push the bottom two bits first (the ones with the flaps, yellow arrows) then push the top two on, then from the outside push a toothpick in and down the side of the hard plastic and spin it as you pull it out and the flaps should clip on properly, it might take a few goes to get it right I've done it a few times and it still takes about 5 mins.
Very well put. I've experienced pretty much all of that; if there's one thing that keeps me coming back to combustion, it's familiarity and convenience. Half way through smoking I'll feel like "Oh damn, why did I cave? I shouldn't have done this." Or sometimes, it's because a non-vaping friend has a joint or whatever. The Haze helps, given that it's so easy and powerful. I'll be happy if I can get to smoking once or twice a month, that's about the most I've been able to cut it down to.I had a good conversation with a friend regarding vaping vs combustion in general and how the Haze has helped my cut combustion out of my routine. I wanted to share the basics of that talk with the people here at FC.
Ive worked with several friends on converting. They convince themselves that something is missing from the vapor buzz and that somehow makes it a less enjoyable experience. Vaping most certainly brings a different effect than smoking. Smoking adds combustion, which throws all sorts of icky stuff into the equation, like carcinogens. Your body reacts to these poisons entering your system and that effect is whats "missing" when a toker makes the switch to vapor. If you can get them fully off combustion for a few weeks, the illusion that they are getting a lesser high off vapor diminishes as your body adjusts to the difference. In the end they usually realize that the high is not lesser, its just different, cleaner and actually better. Add in the fact that is far more cost effective and usually they are sold on the switch. Still, some resist and in the end, if someone is going to go back to combustion, its pretty much always due to habit and convenience. Ive found out that the hard core tokers who want to switch, will only do so one way. They have to commit to completely giving up combustion and go vape only. The old adage, "Old habits die hard" is true for a reason. If a person wants to switch to vaping, they cant slowly wean themselves. It doesnt work because they will always fall back to the old habit of combustion. The familiarity, convenience and the comfort level a combustion habit is a powerful draw. This realization has helped me assist several friends to make the switch. Remember, eventually vaping will become the norm for them and thats when youve won the battle.
The last road block Ive found is the issue of convenience. Thats one of the things that makes the Haze so great. Its so easy to use and so convenient. I have 6 cans and 4 batteries. I can pre set my cans and be good for a couple of days, where all I have to do is swap cans and Im good to go. It doesnt get much easier or convenient than that!
Anyway, sorry for the ramble. I figured some of you may be trying to help friends out with the switch and perhaps my insight might be of some small assistance. Because after all...... Fuck Combustion!
Here you go sir.Scott, I am unaware of this "liquid pad" trick you mentioned. A friend of mine recently provided me with some really nice oil concentrate from Gorilla Glue, to assist with my post surgery recovery. I want to try it out but Im a bit concerned about using it in the Haze as Ive pretty much stuck to flower. Can you point me in the right direction to the post that trick came from?
What am I doing wrong? I am setting the Haze 3 up exactly like the older one. But when I first start drawing in I get bits of debris and not just air. I tend to fill my bowls minimally but I did that with the older one as well.
As for the wong- I've had trouble with the wongs and don't use mine anymore. But I love the wood stem and am going to miss that.
Yes herb bits. It doesn't matter which screens. I've tried all of the ones used for herbs including the new one without the lid. I'm doing exactly what I've always done.Hi Maggie,
What do you mean debris? Like herb bits?
What screens / can lids are you using?
I sometimes get little bits sucked up as well. I also grind my material fairly fine and draw fairly strong so that's what I attributed that toYes herb bits. It doesn't matter which screens. I've tried all of the ones used for herbs including the new one without the lid. I'm doing exactly what I've always done.