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Old 09-17-2020, 07:56 AM #51
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impossible for vaping to be anything like a joint,
I hear ya,not expecting the same effect,just asking which is closest.I really have to look after my lungs after years of abuse.

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I own 40 - 50 vapes. For a portable, I suggest The Edge by Healthy Rips.

The VapCap sucks. I use an induction heater with my VapCap and it's way better than a torch but I never take it outside. Too much like smoking crack in an illegal state. That entire 'torch' thing is a joke.

For a desktop, it's hard to beat a log vape. I use the E-Nano from Epic Vape. Very versatile.

Here's a link to the Edge. Use the discount code PUFFEDUP for 15% off.

https://puffitup.com/collections/fur...ucts/fury-edge

I have 2 or 3 other vapes I rotate through but 90% of them sit on the shelf.

I still smoke about 10 joints a day and I agree that there is something about the high that is more 'intense' than vaping. I can only assume that it's the asphyxiation from the smoke.

As for taste, a joint will never hold a candle to a vape. I used to love the taste of smoking a joint (especially, like you said, the first hit). But the flavor you get from a vape just kicks the shit out of the taste of a joint. Even the first hit.

Here's a tip about vaping. The THC and the CBD are the last things to vape since the vaping temp is generally much higher on those 2 cannabinoids than it is on most of the terps. That's why a vape hit is often "all flavor" and no vapor. I set my vapes at 420F and they work great.

Vaping is not like smoking. There is a learning curve with every vape.
I'm currently leaning towards the Fury 2 after spending some time researching.I haven't sent money yet,so there is till time.It does however tick many of the boxes for me.They even sell a couple of bubblers for the thing.Not suggesting I'm going to haul all that stuff around with me tho.

I see people mentioning that the asphyxiation aspect may be the reason smoking is so different.I considered that as well,except that the asphyxiation effect probably wouldn't last for hours.But I don't know that with any degree of certainty.
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Old 09-17-2020, 02:15 PM #52
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The Fury2 is awesome. It is a smaller version of the Edge. The Edge has a few more features and the battery lasts longer. Other than that, they are similar.

The only problem with the Fury2 is the battery life. It definitely does not last all day like the Edge. Depends how much of a user you are. If you are a micro doser, the Fury is fine. If you're a heavy user, I might suggest moving up to the Edge.

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Old 09-18-2020, 12:13 AM #53
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impossible for vaping to be anything like a joint, the most efficient delivery of cannabinoids vs the least efficient, the primary difference I notice with vaping is no matter what strain it always makes me sleepy, it's like there's a cannabinoid that gets destroyed with combustion that I get a higher concentration of, the terps are a lot more robust genuinely aroma therapy level, better than even the very first puff of a joint
I agree vaping is not like a joint and likely never will be.
I have always found that vaping energises me rather than making me feel sleepy. I mostly vape sativa's but even Indicas don't really make me tired if I vape, but do if I smoke.
Guess cannabis effects people in different ways.
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pretty sure it's cbn on the higher temps that makes me sleepy, some of the thc probably degrades on the lower temps as I turn the heat up and it keeps getting exposed to hotter air
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Dynavap is like my old one hitter. Torch and IH give different hits, I love them both. But yeah, my Dynavaps are only used around the house.
F2 was my commuter vape for more than a year. It's a nice little vape but the battery life was way too short for my needs. I'm planning on upgrading to an Edge soon.
Love my Mighty. Easiest to use, low draw resistance, great flavor. It's not the latest and greatest but it's a time proven design that fits my needs very well.
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I looked hard at the Starry v3 too.I might have bit on that one until I saw a review stating that it had a high warranty claim rate.Too bad,it looked to have been a solid option.
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I have a few (and tried more) and Davinci IQ2 is way best portable. If you're interested, I'll tell more... but I have fractured my scapula so typing only worth it if it's worth it!
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I have a few (and tried more) and Davinci IQ2 is way best portable. If you're interested, I'll tell more... but I have fractured my scapula so typing only worth it if it's worth it!
I broke my back in March and it hurt like he** to sit forward to type,so I know what you mean.I'll look at the DaVinci.Hope you heal pronto!

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I appreciate the recommendation of the Davinci Juan,but at this point in time,it is easily twice what I can afford to pay for a first vape.

Thanks tho!
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at this point in time,it is easily twice what I can afford to pay for a first vape.

Lower value vapes that still deliver include:

Dynavap, with the M entry model. A new one is produced each year. Get the one from last year and save some bucks. This is the kind of tool for former smokers, that want to feel the kick at the end of their throats

Boundless CFX, got no experience with it myself, but other people that know are impressed by what it delivers at a low price.

Pax 3, has a small form factor and good battery. With the Budkups, (un)loading and keeping the bowl clean is a breeze

Mighty, not really a low value vape, but the easiest to use. Getting something like this might actually save you money as you don't have to look around anymore, but might be the start of your VAS journey

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