Finally narrowed down my next device to the Minivap, now all that's left is the core.
I was wondering if the GQC is heating up material while it's loaded since it's part conduction? I'm looking to have it turned on at home for on demand use but also flavor doesn't matter to me as much as vapor production, especially when I take it camping and use it with small groups and such.
I'm also wondering if the decarboxylation kit would solve my problem, or how it compares to the glass core
In my experience, I didn't find the decarb kit with a QPC the equal of my QGC. Heat up time is very close to the same at the same temps, and the QGC extracts much deeper than the Peak with decarb. Others have found them to be close to the same, could be differences in styles, units or maybe temps?
You mention having it turned on at home for on demand, I think you may have missed it's timer. This unit is a session vape that has a timer. Not hitting it for a bit will put it in standby mode before it shuts off. You have about 6 minutes, but don't quote me on that. When I got my first (QPC) I found the timer to be shorter than I would have preferred. After having and using it for a while, I find it to be a non-issue.
If this is really what you're trying to achieve, there are others that can be turned on and left until needed. With that being said, the MV is a very versatile vape that really skates between desktop and portable better than any others I've tried.