Anyone remember the touted Super Vapezilla and Vapezilla Classic by Wicked Roots? I still have two of them, and used to have a third a lonnng time ago (back in ‘07) before my best friend at the time thought it’d be cool to take and it sell it..
Whip-style convection box vape, similar to the old and now archaic Evolution. High Times magazine awarded it “Best Flavor” several years in a row...
They were often under fire on the forums for their “shady” business practices and not following through with their lifetime guarantees and warranties. People would claim they would send in their units to get repaired and never got them back!
Haha it looks like it actually has PID control..Havent seen that in another whipvape ?Anybody remember the Evolution V7? This thing actually paved the way for a lot of devices. This was my uncles favorite unit at the time.
I seem to remember the name, so to my surprise after googling it, I found they're still being made. $450 for the super. A little high for a box and whip vape me thinks.
@Logic What i remember about it is that they advertised it having some kind of cool ceramic element with holes but in reality they used the same ceramic rod element like other vaporizers
Haha it looks like it actually has PID control..Havent seen that in another whipvape ?
There are also other simple methods that have been around for who knows how long, eg hot knives - put a bit of hash on a knife tip, heat another knife tip to the right temp and place it on top
We all have to start somewhere. I would take a fumey lightbulb over Febreeze any day!Lol, yeah, my true first vaporizer was made out of a burned out 60w lightbulb
Haha, too funny man. So Im not the only one who committed such atrocious acts of vandalism on my precious teenage body!Lol. Yup. bongs made out of plastic soda bottles taped together, with an aluminum foil cone melted into the plastic screw-on lid for a bowl. lol
We'd use it till it melts and warps to shit and there's air leaks everywhere. ha ha ha
Well I try to be nice, but always sincere. It pays to see the undoubted good in all people. Not enough good will in the world at present IMO.