If people mailing things that they shouldn't is the issue, why does every other legitimate manufacturer offer a warranty?KumarNoFumar said:Thanks Iwien. I get your point, and the Supreme is expensive for what it is.
I think the usual way to buy it is $170 on eBay, and I wouldn't mess with $211.20 shipped on his web site. As for warranty, I think people mailing things they shouldn't is the issue. Who wants to get an old vaporizer in the mail?
Isn't "very rugged & easily repairable" more reassuring than just a manufacturer's warranty?
Glad I could help out, manAcolyte of Zinglon said:THANK YOU KUMAR!! you answered all my questions and more, good idea with the new thread
i hadnt noticed the lack of waranty, wihle it is kind of unsettling, this really seems like a vape thats built to last, with very little to break the thermometer could be replaced by using an ir thermometer at the very least
i think ive found my next (maybe final [for now.. hehehe]) vape, the fact that it can go straight on glass is some really nice icing on the cake, ed will be getting an email from me within in a couple weeks
the wood the handle is made from is african mahogany (read it on the ebay auction)
how does the flavor intensity/purity compare to your other vapes?