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Vape The NewVape Flower Pot - an overview

Vitolo

Vaporist
If you store any glass without drying properly
Any bubbler or glass that I have ever used, gets thoroughly rinsed throughout with hot 91% Iso, and then with hot water and dish soap.
I then place the bubbler against my shop-vac until all drops of moisture have vanished.
I have never left water in any tool overnight.
All glass pieces that I have are spotless.
That being said, I do not like using water. I like vapor straight up, and prefer it without any filtration.
FP dry:

 

Riverrat

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@felvapes, no underhanded jab intended in any way. I had some friends find humor in my using juice vs concentrate.

Difference between the B1 vs B2. The most noticeable diff is the B1 is most definitely the more free flowing of the two.

If you like ripping your hits the B1 might not be the choice. Found I could fairly easily overrun the heat output of the coil. But if a person dials back their draw they will receive the level of vapor the Flower Pot is known for. Thought the B1 may have given a little better taste.

But ya biggest difference between them is simply airflow.
The B1 used with a 18 mm joint is the most free flowing vape set up I personally have used. Keep in mind there are still a few I haven't tried yet

Now to be clear, when I spoke earlier of there being a huge difference between them I was speaking of the B1 & B2 as compared to older versions
 
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Riverrat

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I've some feed back from some long term Flower pot users. This is @Vitolo & @felvapes .... some are lowering their temps 50 - 100 degrees & getting same performance with B1 & B2 as they did with older style.

Guys it is my belief that lower temps aren't just better for taste but have benefits for long term, above average users health.

Please give this some consideration & looking into ... Be a good thing to have u both round as long as possible.


EDIT: What I was getting at is ... buying vapes isn't always or shouldn't always be about performance ... Personally I like the lowest temps possible that give taste & a good volume of vapor. Of course what this is will be different among most.

As Im getting better acquainted with the B2 I'm finding that it can be dialed back

I run a little warmer than my close vaping friends. I like quick compact hits sometimes. Anywhoo as I become more familiar I'm finding the B2 can be dialed back. Using a carb cap with flower some claim allows for even lower temps. Tried this didnt see any benefit. Also others are claiming of doing dabs at 400 degrees ???

I will need to see this. Any one with a known YouTube etc. clip ?
 
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Vitolo

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lower temps arent just better for tatse but have benefits for long term, above average users health
Agreed, without reservation.
Today is a good few years after I began FlowerPot vaping.. and my views on temperatures have "matured".
 

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Riverrat

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I purchased my Flowerpot while having a Vapexhale EVO.

My thought was I would get rid of the one I liked least.
Being that I was operating subconsciously, with the thought that I or no one else really needs two Gorrilla level, desktop vapes.

Well I cannot bring myself to part with either of them. They both do different things well.

The level of vapor the B2 puts out is nothing less than incredible. Especially for someone like myself that hasn't tried but a few of the heavier desk tops.

Now the Vapexhale doesnt produce the same level of vapor. It can get close when all is just right

But taste is just fantastic, having good effect with the Vapexhale.
While understanding the cleaning issue ... the best tasting dabs I've had went through my EVO.

Draw resistance is very different between the two. With the Vapexhale almost feelling plugged up when compared to the completely open, near zero resistance of the B2

I find the Vapexhale to be a compliment to my Flower Pot. I have no issue keeping & using both.

@Vitolo, I just noticed thevids you posted using dry glass. The size of the pieces you use in these vids is exactly what I gravitate toward. My biggest piece at present is a 15" x 60 mm straight tube by MIO Glass. It comes out when I have a strain that makes myself or others cough a lot. I've used my MIO Monster glass with a Dynavap at times to change things up a bit.
 

Vitolo

Vaporist
@Vitolo, I just noticed thevids you posted using dry glass. The size of the pieces you use in these vids is exactly what I gravitate toward. My biggest piece at present is a 15" x 60 mm straight tube by MIO Glass. It comes out when I have a strain that makes myself or others cough a lot. I've used my MIO Monster glass with a Dynavap at times to change things up a bit.
Agreed. I am a smaller Bubbler/straight tube kind of guy, if I use water at all. Simpler is better!
 

Riverrat

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Like I've alluded to prior ... when its me & a new vape ... talking about it & using it here, you most likely will witness me make some mistakes or say something that may not be quite right. Over a 1/2 century now I've learned & retained most of what I know & do through my failures.

The successes I have experienced in my life which have been many have been because I rode forward with the knowledge that can only come through my failures.

Failure is bitter sweet for those with wisdom to understand.


.... & The Sativa Has Arrived :aaaaa: :clap::clap: :aaaaa:


AnyWhooo, Ya, I cant be the first to notice this it does go back to " If I did this again " I'd do it different.

I started to take notice of throat irritation from doing dabs using the Flower Pot. Again Im not a regular heavy dabber but I started to look at the Flower Pot & thats when I noticed the vapor from a dabb is pulled back through the coil area or reheated with every draw.

Now for someone like myself who vapes 90% herb its fine. Been doing a bit more trates recently. It is still the best dual use rig I & many others have used & it saves space vs having 2 separate set ups. Ill try & post some pics later to help show others what I'm talking about.

Also any vapor from a dab is pulled through the shovel head & Ti screen for herb... Shovelhead is the Titanium bowl for herb. The shovel head also holds your different adapters for glass joints. This may not be the best vapor path for flavor chasers doing dabs.

In my mind one of the Coolest things the Flower Pot has going for it & makes it a bit superior to some other desktops, is it will work with any glass of any dimension joint. Much better in some cases for me, than a desk top needing its own unique glass & it breaks at 2:30 AM on the river with zero chance of quick replacement.

Personally I think the B1 with a separate coil rig would be the way to go for the ultimate set up.
 
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