I feel like that was my ah-ha moment as well; when I pulled the flame back and slowed my inhale to a consistent sip to start. Enjoy.I watched a few videos on YouTube again including NonameKevin and now I’m doing a lot better. I was way too close with the flame and not drawing consistent enough.
Bravo manI watched a few videos on YouTube again including NonameKevin and now I’m doing a lot better. I was way too close with the flame and not drawing consistent enough.
Got it. Sometimes it feels like sucking on a straw with no joke but I feather the carb and works great. Do you try that?It’s a Dynavap M made up of blemished parts. Dynavap gave them away and sold them super cheap last year. I paid $11 for it...
Hello friend!I have never tried a Sticky Brick but since discovering the Dynavap 6 months ago i am loving using the torch instead of a electrical power source. When i used to combust, i would usually use a hemp wick to avoid the butane and for enhanced taste. Can someone please convince me that i will not be inhailing any butane with the Sticky Brick? I need a real good convincing.
Like @nonamekevin said, do your own research.I have never tried a Sticky Brick but since discovering the Dynavap 6 months ago i am loving using the torch instead of a electrical power source. When i used to combust, i would usually use a hemp wick to avoid the butane and for enhanced taste. Can someone please convince me that i will not be inhailing any butane with the Sticky Brick? I need a real good convincing.
some people have said they tasted butane. When using a dry glass piece I have a taste but don’t think it’s butane.Like @nonamekevin said, do your own research.
I did mine, and as far as I am aware, as long as you have a quality filtered butane (not dirty shit, like Ronson), and a quality torch...then all the butane is burned up. You're not breathing in anything significant but a bit of carbon dioxide and water vapor.
Well, yeah. Of course. You need to be out at the end of the outer flame to ensure that everything is burned up. That's also the hottest point, rather than in the blue flame like some may suspect.for those learning, when they started to pull their flames away outside of the intake the butane taste went away. Just need to keep that in mind.
Absolutely. Over the weekend I didnt use the brick as much as I've been using it lately, little bit all over the place I worked in the Runt, TM, and Milaana so no major groundbreaking developments in my technique to report!some people have said they tasted butane. When using a dry glass piece I have a taste but don’t think it’s butane.
In presence of oxygen butane changes to carbon dioxide and water. Without the presence of oxygen you get carbon monoxide.
for those learning, when they started to pull their flames away outside of the intake the butane taste went away. Just need to keep that in mind.
when you get the piece you just got to write about your struggles here and we all try and help. @BrianTL can attest to that here.
Hey friend!I got a new walnut Junior over the weekend and it's a promising start.
2 things I don't like about it:
-How close my face is to the torch when drawing. (Will buy a Runt mouthpiece to try)
-How much of the Walnut wood comes through in taste. Seems to get worse when heat-soaked near end of session for me.
Would like to try an OG or Maxx in different wood. Anyone experience less "wood flavor" from the other available wood choices?
@pigeonfarmboy I’m pretty sure Black Limba has been mentioned before as one species that does not impart much flavor. Don’t quote me on that though. If you e-mail SBL they will be able to help with that as well. I have a Cherry OG and there’s definitely a flavor from the wood, but I just view it as part of the vape’s signature at this point. I do think the wood flavor will become muted over time as the unit becomes “seasoned.”
Congrats on getting the Jr. Still haven't used one, but some users will flip the mouthpiece of the Jr around so that they get a little more distance from the flame. You'd have to take it out and flip it back the other way to put the lid back on when you're ready to travel.
The wood flavors mellow out with use, but the limba is supposed to be the most neutral of all the offerings from SBL. This matches my experience with walnut, black limba, canary, and leopard. Canary is fairly neutral also, but limba is more neutral.
Very helpful info! I'll try flipping the mouthpiece and give the walnut some time and note any changes. Think a Limba Maxx or OG (or both) are still in my future!@pigeonfarmboy I have the following:
Runt, Flip, Junior, OG
Most feedback is the wood flavor will eventually mellow out like @nonamekevin says. Just think that you need to break in or cure the wood.
I purchased the Junior with the Runt mouthpiece thinking the top would fit. Stupid me. I found that it wasn't necessary. Like suggested above by @nonamekevin, you can just flip the Junior mouthpiece short end and long end out. You get enough clearance in my opinion from the flame.
I started out using the Flip the most on small dab rigs that were a little too close for spacing so found the Junior sufficient flipping the mouthpiece.
I hope that helps.
I think they are all maple. I think, one may look like maple and be canary.
Limba flip, Walnut Runt, canary OG and Leopardwood runt. Leopardwood and walnut have very distinct flavors but mellow out like all the others. The limba is pretty neutral compared to the others.I think they are all maple. I think, one may look like maple and be canary.
Maxx, well I did order one in maple! I only need a hydrobrick but I think I can let that one go under the Maxx.
What would do you have yours? I went with the cheapest of the woods and happy so far. On my Runt, when I use the metal pick scoop, I get a lot of wood dust out of the hole. Do you get the same? Have you tried cleaning out or just live with it?