"A man with no vices is a man with no virtues"
This Custom Galaxy Burl is in my sights for my next VAS purchase ....
You and me both, I’m currently waiting on a Galactic Camo.I just placed an order for a titanium vortex and intercooler. Looking forward to trying it out. I'm also very happy that international shipping is no issue
I did briefly consider also having the cap and tip in Galactic Camo but I didn’t believe that they would hold up well with use. I’d be interested to hear of any first hand user experiences though.The vortex's I've seen for sale here in Canada are just the stems and intercoolers. If I were to get one I'd want the whole shebang stem, tip and cap all galactic camo. Does anyone have one? How does the anodizing hold up after extended use?
I'm fairly certain my large nearly universal WPA would probably work. I am working on a V2 of the Large WPA, but no ETA on that yet (Still making the SonG1 versions in-house which work, but certainly not as nicely as my SonG2 material found in the gray Medium size Nearly Universal WPA.
Yeah! I feel bad saying it but it's a little less pleasant to go back to my ominivap and even my rosium M without some form of an extended pathway or water, the sim vortex has spoiled me!I have been using the simrell for about a week and decided to go back and try the omni. The first thing I noticed was the much greater heat with the omni draw compared to the nice and cool simrell draw. I think the difference is amazing. The simrell draw feels much more comfortable.
It just pushes in, stays in place, no spinning. Tweezers to pull out to clean. I run a few QTips through both ends of the stem, ready to go. Easy cleaning is a huge benefit besides the cooling action.does the intercooler spin or sits freely and could spin? or does it sit in a locked in position?
the spiral piece tia
No idea, I only have a 19m & 20m, but I don’t like those stems, just use the tips. If I recall Sneaky Pete did a video review of the Simrell. I bought it since everyone said it cools the vapor, more the stock stems, and I agree. It’s not as cool as going through water. Expensive, but was worth it to me, and all I use, the BB9 is for my water rigs.So the sim is superior in cooling, how does it compare to an Omni with regards to draw resistance?
Thanks for the polish tip!Top tip: Blue Magic metal polish works wonders to restore the original luster that you lose after many ISO cleanings. Simrells instructions state to not use anything less than 91% iirc. I've been using 91, and after 4-5 cleanings the finish looks a bit dull. But it's nothing that a metal polishing product can't fix
By cleaning I mean iso submersion in a doob tube. 91 isn't bad. You can definitely use it for this piece. Just don't submerge it and get high and forget about it for 12 hours like I did last night.