Musa 510

MUSA Vaporizer

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Hey guys, let me show you my recent project!

I may can answer some questions of you in advance:

- Coldstart preheat is about 2 seconds (depends on the setting).
- The heater is a selfmade ss316 coil, shaped like a tornado and can (but not must) be replaced.
- As mouthpiece i use the arizer glass stem. An airtight connection is guaranted because of the oring inside of the vaporizer. 14.5mm glass is available.
- runs with 30-37W (depending on drawspeed)
- 24mm stainless steel RDA based.
- Diameter 30mm, hight 40mm





 

oddjobold

510 Vaporist
Nice wood work. Like the logo.

On the face of it, I think the best thing about this vape is the use of solo stems. Leaves you loads of after market options. I have fond memories of using eds wood arizer air stem. Would like to get one again.

@MUSA Vaporizer

Any chance of seeing some photos of whats going on under the hood? Would like to see what heater / coil your using.

Edit: Am i right in thinking arizer stems are all slightly differnt sizes? Is this compatable with solo, air or argo stems?

Edit 2: how is the wood base attached to the RDA base?

Sorry for all the question but i am quite keen on this one.
 
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MUSA Vaporizer

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Nice wood work. Like the logo.

On the face of it, I think the best thing about this vape is the use of solo stems. Leaves you loads of after market options. I have fond memories of using eds wood arizer air stem. Would like to get one again.

@MUSA Vaporizer

Any chance of seeing some photos of whats going on under the hood? Would like to see what heater / coil your using.

Edit: Am i right in thinking arizer stems are all slightly differnt sizes? Is this compatable with solo, air or argo stems?

Edit 2: how is the wood base attached to the RDA base?

Sorry for all the question but i am quite keen on this one.
@ oddjobold
i twist my own coil with ss316 material :)
i have only tried the standard solo size mothpieces, but since its connected with an o-ring, a slightly different size may has no negative impact on the fitting.
The base is attached with two o-rings. You can remove it :)
 

KeroZen

Chronic vapaholic
Nice, but why make it so damn fat if you are just using regular coils inside? This thing is gigantic and really not stealthy...
 
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oddjobold

510 Vaporist
@ oddjobold
The base is attached with two o-rings. You can remove it :)
The thing that is really bugging me about my mistvape imp, is the body coming off the base in my pocket. You cant easily leave a stem in and carry it around because of this. A base that screws on would be better. What are the spare screws and screwdriver for? How firm is the fit of body to base?

I have to admit i was ready to pull the trigger till i heard about the orings.

Size is ok for me.

Would like to see your tornado coil :-)
 
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blokenoname

DIY Log Maker
Nice, but why make it so damn fat if you are just using regular coils inside? This thing is gigantic and really not stealthy...
It's a coil based heater, all right. Though not regular e-ciggie style coils, but a custom made one. Bit larger ;)

Anyways... I think, it's actually smaller than a Splinter, ain't it? :hmm:
 
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MUSA Vaporizer

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@oddjobold You cant really remove the base from the housing with your fingers. It has a strong fit.


Nice, but why make it so damn fat if you are just using regular coils inside? This thing is gigantic and really not stealthy...
It has the perfect size and proportion in my eyes and I'm an abstract artist as well. But for sure everyone has its own taste.
 

sickmanfraud

Well-Known Member
@oddjobold You cant really remove the base from the housing with your fingers. It has a strong fit.




It has the perfect size and proportion in my eyes and I'm an abstract artist as well. But for sure everyone has its own taste.
Is there enough depth in the bowl to support a Solo bent stem?

For those who don't live in your neighboorhood, will extra coils be available for purchase?
 

MUSA Vaporizer

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Is there enough depth in the bowl to support a Solo bent stem?

For those who don't live in your neighboorhood, will extra coils be available for purchase?
It's easy to twist the coil yourself in general. But I would be able to ship them fast and cheap via the lettermail.
But the coils need no replacement in general!

All the arizer solo/air attachments fit into the vaporizer :)

Thanks for your interest!
 
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stark1

Ascending the Legacy; flush 44 1/2
Price would be appreciated?

A smaller version, to fit in side by side mod would make MUSA some sales?

Very nice looking, options on wood varieties?
 
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PPN

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Price is 125€+shipping

This thing is gigantic and really not stealthy...
I agree... I didn't noticed the size, the Musa 510 diameter is the same than the Imp length!

This is your choice at the end @MUSA Vaporizer but I think you have some very good advices here, if too big a lot of peoples using a Pico would be unable to match it with your atty, without to speak about the stealth issue... so a 24mm diameter would be better imho.

modnote: sorry for the back to back post.
 
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MUSA Vaporizer

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Manufacturer
I agree... I didn't noticed the size, the Musa 510 diameter is the same than the Imp length!

This is your choice at the end @MUSA Vaporizer but I think you have some very good advices here, if too big a lot of peoples using a Pico would be unable to match it with your atty, without to speak about the stealth issue... so a 24mm diameter would be better imho.

modnote: sorry for the back to back post.
Thank you :)
The rda base is 24mm.
My prototype was 25 instead of 30mm diameter and I didn't like the look and the feeling of it.

I really love the looking of the Musa 510 and I will stick to the design, but I recognize your needs here and I may add a smaller stealth unit to my products. No vaporizer can fit every wish.

I will add a picture to show how the dimensions appear in real-life.

Thanks for your thoughts so far!

 
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stark1

Ascending the Legacy; flush 44 1/2
(Stealth/price) = $ALES+

. More Stealth
. Competitive Pricing
. More Buyers
 
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flammy

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The thing that is really bugging me about my mistvape imp, is the body coming off the base in my pocket. You cant easily leave a stem in and carry it around because of this. A base that screws on would be better. What are the spare screws and screwdriver for? How firm is the fit of body to base?

I have to admit i was ready to pull the trigger till i heard about the orings.

Size is ok for me.

Would like to see your tornado coil :-)
My MV Imp suffered from the same issue. There seems to be some variance with the tightness of the sleeve. I reached out to Dave and he suggested a DIY fix that worked. He was quick to respond. I didn't use my Imp as much due to that issue as it even made removing the stem difficult without pulling off sleev
 

stark1

Ascending the Legacy; flush 44 1/2
#mini-MUSA —(μMUSA, mumuMUSA);) :tup:

What is in the acronym, MUSA, BTW?
 
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