What would be your Trinity of vapes?

PPN

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Wow, imho it's a very difficult question... now I can't see myself to be stuck with only 3 vaporizers and your question isn't detailled enough... do you need a specific concentrate vaporizer or only one able to do both flower&resin or maybe you don't mind about concentrates...?

If I was stuck with 3 devices I would be able to get access to all the vaporizers world, I enjoy a lot convection heat but can appreciate the ease of use of conduction, as well I would like to be covered at home and on the go, heavy hits and sipping sessions.

So my first would be the MiniVap Quick Glass Core with 7 T° levels software, heavy hitter or slow sipper there is variety of usages with this device (maybe a single unit is enough for home use, with the battery it's pretty big!)... or a Taffee Bowle/Log Vape/Flower nail (Flowerpot or diy).

Second would be a convection portable unit, it depends your wallet but there is a large choice of good units starting with our Xmax V3Pro, 510 dry herb atties, TM, FW7,....

Third choice would a conduction portable unit, for ease of use, smooth clouds when your throat prefer, concentrates mixed with flowers/cotton/hemp fibers and nice for sipping on the sofa front of the TV. Choice is very large although if you want to vape resins it's better to choose one able to heat-up until 230°C or more: the Ace by Xmax is pretty good for that or the Starry :D... but there is others devices on the market too.

In fact you can't avoid a fourth device and, maybe, an optionnal fifth device:

The fourth is a butane based vaporizer, I suggest the Vaponic but there is many others devices on the market and you can do a DIY unit with ease, although vaponic is only 30$ or so I believe (if still available idk).

The fifth device would be a concentrate based vape, it depends your favourite dabbing style but you can find pretty cheap devices or only a rig, nail and torch... and there is pretty expensive e-nails/e-rig on the market too. As a manufacturer I can recommand our micro e-rig, the Qomo, which works like a charm and it's affordable but there is many, many devices on the market too.

Just my thoughts, if, as a company rep, you find my post isn't adequat please report to the Mod to ask to delete...
 

Finessseee

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Wow, imho it's a very difficult question... now I can't see myself to be stuck with only 3 vaporizers and your question isn't detailled enough... do you need a specific concentrate vaporizer or only one able to do both flower&resin or maybe you don't mind about concentrates...?

If I was stuck with 3 devices I would be able to get access to all the vaporizers world, I enjoy a lot convection heat but can appreciate the ease of use of conduction, as well I would like to be covered at home and on the go, heavy hits and sipping sessions.

So my first would be the MiniVap Quick Glass Core with 7 T° levels software, heavy hitter or slow sipper there is variety of usages with this device (maybe a single unit is enough for home use, with the battery it's pretty big!)... or a Taffee Bowle/Log Vape/Flower nail (Flowerpot or diy).

Second would be a convection portable unit, it depends your wallet but there is a large choice of good units starting with our Xmax V3Pro, 510 dry herb atties, TM, FW7,....

Third choice would a conduction portable unit, for ease of use, smooth clouds when your throat prefer, concentrates mixed with flowers/cotton/hemp fibers and nice for sipping on the sofa front of the TV. Choice is very large although if you want to vape resins it's better to choose one able to heat-up until 230°C or more: the Ace by Xmax is pretty good for that or the Starry :D... but there is others devices on the market too.

In fact you can't avoid a fourth device and, maybe, an optionnal fifth device:

The fourth is a butane based vaporizer, I suggest the Vaponic but there is many others devices on the market and you can do a DIY unit with ease, although vaponic is only 30$ or so I believe (if still available idk).

The fifth device would be a concentrate based vape, it depends your favourite dabbing style but you can find pretty cheap devices or only a rig, nail and torch... and there is pretty expensive e-nails/e-rig on the market too. As a manufacturer I can recommand our micro e-rig, the Qomo, which works like a charm and it's affordable but there is many, many devices on the market too.

Just my thoughts, if, as a company rep, you find my post isn't adequat please report to the Mod to ask to delete...
I have a Bowle and looking for something like the MV to run through water.. Is the glass core MiniVap better than the teflon for wpa purposes? (would mainly be using it through a bong)
 

PPN

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I have a Bowle and looking for something like the MV to run through water.. Is the glass core MiniVap better than the teflon for wpa purposes? (would mainly be using it through a bong)
It's very good through a bong but for dry use also, I like it better than the convection heater I have for dry use mainly cause you need shorter inhalations in order to get a good hit, the full convection core need longer inhalations.
 

Flow

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Sticky brick OG, best butane vape ever !!!

SSV for my GOAT versatile desktop vape

(This is only my point of view !! :D )

Vapcap shall be my third "prefered" vape, as i did not get a newer vape... i stll find my dynas a bit arsh...
"was" in love but lost it in all the hype and promotionnal stuffs, colors, tips with surprise gifts - or not - and so on …
I have an Omni, a wood stem, and some M (gave some to friends and family by the way ^^) Ti AND stainless steel tips...
I guess my third one shall be a battery powered one... and/or a DIY 510 mod
 
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