Will the Z8 remain in production long term? @invertedisdead
Also, any large bowl function videos?
I apologize for the lack of videos, thats's definitely not like me!
It's just because of family staying here right now that my vape station is mostly torn down, so it's been harder to snap videos. Gave my room to my grandmother while she stays, so I'm posting from an air mattress lol. I'll try and get a few quick crushers in though!
As for long term production, that's hard to say for sure, most of the fun for me is in developing new stuff!
Biggest challenge with the Z8 right now is it took a quarter of a year to complete, which is really quite short as far as small batch vapes go, but still kind of long.
And with the high production cost, I wish I could just order "a bunch" to make up for the wait. Looking into options to reduce the lead time.
Might introduce a new butane vape to soak up some of the downtime and get the name out. Something I could get parts for in a few weeks.
Any way to get one of these now, or at least on a list? Looks really special!
Thanks friend! I'm hoping to open the store up again in December for another round.
Skimmed back through, and I’m not seeing a mention on temp settings…
, do you have a preferred temp you set your controller at?
I'd start at 500-525F and adjust up or down from there by around 25 degree increments. Smaller glass pieces with less drag will allow for lower set temps for the same level of extraction as increased temps with larger rigs. With really small amounts and real quick extraction I might push it to around 600F for a fast snap.
I've got my box set to 525F right now. That said, I do tend to cruise between different temps for different strains. Also I pretty much stopped stirring with this Z8. To me it vapes more evenly than the 1.7, and the throat heat is considerably less IMHO.
Some of the cured Cookies I've got is so ridiculously dense that I've been experimenting with air drying and lower relative humidity. I'd be curious to hear if all other variables are relatively the same, do folks notice more or less clouds at the same temperatures? With drier material, in theory the herb should be exposed to more heat, faster. But I've had a theory developing for a while that a lot of these clouds we see are actually just water vapor from wetter herb.