The DDavemods screens are fantastic. Full stop!I've been very happy with these. Still have to be a little careful, but they don't fall out nearly as easily;
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I think some folks have also fashioned their own with a pair of scissors...just needs to be a very snug fit.
The DDavemods screens are fantastic. Full stop!
For the price you could get 10x Vleaf for the price of a Mighty, battery problem fixed, but seriously, buy an extra or 2 and get the @DDave mod to fix most of your problems.40$ I paid for it. But a redesigned vaporizer with these recommendations would push the oven design over the top into Mighty territory
Yeah, I know, but I'm pretty excited about this post earlier in the thread. It looks like the redesign will have some of my gripes. I just got high and had my festivus lmao
@Kfirrer that is fantastic work!
Although as a manufacturer we do not recommend doing this for many reasons with the biggest being puncturing the Li-ion battery which can be very dangerous. I am sure you are aware of this but this is a general note for everyone who wants to tinker and customize. Make sure you have the knowledge and research with a thought out plan before tearing things apart.
That said your project is very creative and we want to send you a new Vleaf Go for your efforts. I will message you here.
We are in fact working on a box style Vleaf Go (2/pro?) with a removable battery very similar to your work and some of the comments here. Still in the early stages.
A question for you and everyone here is what would you like improved and changed on the second version of the Vleaf Go? Specifically bigger battery capacity/removable or more power? We will also improve the mouthpiece cooling. Let me know what you guys think as this product was made based on a lot of feedback. We will try our best to improve it while keeping the device affordable. -Vivant R&D
Preach Brother!For one - the battery, and it's management. It is just too little capacity, and performance drops off as it depletes.
And for three - the short, straight vapor path to destination, and the consequential heat to be inhaled. I can manage the heat natively, but only on temp 1 (green). I am staunch native user for all my vapes. Some sort of cooling cap/mouthpiece would be great to see.
How many seconds? I frequently do one second, but combusted once, experimented with re-heat immediately after second click and don't want that to ever happen again!
it does have pass through correctVleaf is pretty impressive so far for the cheap price, in designing a 2.0 I’d mainly like to see:
-bigger battery, I don’t really care if it’s removable as long as it’s waaaay longer lasting
- usb c and true pass through charging ( does this already have true pass through I haven’t actually confirmed this ? )
- the heater is awesome but the way the air is channeling into the bowl is causing the center of the weed to get waaaay quicker cooked/charred vs the edges, I believe this is due to the air moving along the edges much more quickly ( the middle is blocked ) if this airflow issue was fixed it could lead to much much more even abv cooking.
-fixed cap/screen issue, mine doesn’t really fall out but it’s an awkward design.
If these can all be fixed without a huge increase in price I think it could be an extremely popular vape.
No, it does not. Nor does any vape or similar device where the 'charger' can't provide enough power to run it. In this case by a lot? In this case it takes say 10 times (?) as much time to recharge the battery than the charged battery will run the vape.it does have pass through correct
I must have a special unit then, because I am currently charging it and hitting it. I've been doing so ever since I got the device with no apparent problems. However that may be taken.No, it does not. Nor does any vape or similar device where the 'charger' can't provide enough power to run it. In this case by a lot? In this case it takes say 10 times (?) as much time to recharge the battery than the charged battery will run the vape.
Otherwise, welcome to the Forum.
Regards to all,