Its nice to see this forum still running full p0wer
I thought id ask hereabout 2 things.
1 - hows the GH io going? Are there many faulty ones? Im thinking to get one with the discount and would love a feedback
2 - any AC adapters owners here? Are you happy with it and how can i get one? I get no response from maxvapor. Any ideas?
thanks in advance for your input guys!
There are the usual posts from disappointed Buyers....faulty units and customer service yadda yadda. Very few happy people like me post about their good experience(s) with their units. I love mine....and haven't found a better alternative....and frankly I'm not even bothering to look anymore.
Great minds think alike!
As I’ve stated before after receiving my IO Ti almost 3 months ago, the OG Hopper runs cooler - of course. I’m greatly enjoying the IO though I still think it runs too hot (vapor not to the touch) for me as native user. I’ve been acclimating to it but after a while it starts to irritate me without any external cooling. If I trade in my OG Hopper I’ll lose the low temp end of things when using natively. Don’t get me wrong, I reach for my IO over the OG these days. Maybe a mild case of VAS-19 and the trade-in potential .
Indeed fresh batteries and GHB3s help in both my Hoppers, especially the IO. To be continued...
Ya...the io runs a bit warm natively in terms of vapor. But man oh man...I can sneak out to the garage and hit a button and be completely done in a matter of seconds. I have used a silicone mouthpiece since 2016 and use on the io as well. To each their own....If I had full run of my house and could let it all fly lol....I'd likely use my DynaVap and an induction heater. Until my kid goes to college or moves out....the GH io is an amazing, powerful, fast, small, and well made machine. Thanks to the inventors!
My 2016 Titanium had been my backup to my 2016 SS. I traded my SS for the io. I now have a nearly unused old titanium and the new SS io. The io is POWERFUL and fast. Just awesome.
I have old GHB1's, GHB2's, and now I am using GHB3's. Keep good batteries around....they need good power.