• BoomDraws
    199
    This is a question I am asking to anyone who has this vape......
    Does the vape state where it is manufactured in any way shape or form on the device itself?
    Thank you to anyone who can answer
  • Chronic Pain
    173
    Not that I can see. Nothing on the Device, Box, Warranty Card, Cleaning Instructions, etc...
  • BoomDraws
    199
    Thanks. I asked because when you google it - the results that come up show a description that states it is manufactured in the USA.
    When you click the link and go to their actual webpage I cannot find anything of the sort.
    I was just curiously looking to see what kind of OEM exists for Vapes out there and came across this on
    Alibaba.

    Ofc I am not trying to cause anything or go against the rules - I am just wondering if this is a knock off production or OEM unit.


    https://www.alibaba.com/product-detail/Chinese-herbal-vaporizer-manufacturer-portable-desktop_60297092939.html?spm=a2700.7724857.main07.81.4478998eCRitMJ

    If it is indeed an OEM - That is an extremely large upcharge.....and the web search results would be to me in my opinion deceptive.
  • duff
    458
    Chinese knockoff.
  • BoomDraws
    199
    yea - I asked about this one because it was actually harder to tell. There were a couple other designs like boundless cfx but you could instantly tell they were knockoff.
  • Baron23
    11.8k
    The picture that is used is a pic of the original prototype from VXL that they lifted and used as I guess they don't know what it looks like today or??.

    No telling what it is.

    Same pic is up on Ebay, I have been told.
  • BoomDraws
    199
    Ah I see. Ok that's good info to know. Thanks all
  • Seiboshen
    14
    This is Seibo shen the ceo Of Vapexhale. Our products are proudly made in the USA! Have a great weekend.
  • Baron23
    11.8k
    Hey Seibo, welcome, so glad you joined us here.

    Love your product (EVO with Turbine HT), love the CS I have received, love your positive attitude in the tips videos.

    You are a cool guy and make a GREAT vape.

    Sort of like the Louisville Slugger of vapes, IMO.
  • Seiboshen
    14
    @Baron23appreciate it my friend. The landscape has changed so much since we started but the Evo is still slugging big homerun clouds! Have a great weekend!
  • ConvectionBoi
    7
    I know this is off topic of the thread, but the vapexhale has changed the way I consume marijuana. I only used water pipes and tried taking the biggest rips to get the best high. It started taking a toll on my lung after a good 10 years. So I switched to the vapexhale after some research, and I know longer crave any bong loads and I get near the same strength of high off of the purest rip from the vapexhale. Love this product, it changed my life.
  • Baron23
    11.8k
    I love my EVO very much also. And I like the company and how they deal with people. Glad you are enjoying your EVO and welcome.
  • ConvectionBoi
    7
    Thank you! I'm glad to have signed up on this forum! From what I see, everyone is super helpful and full of their own personal and useful information. Glad to be here.
  • frandemarco
    107
    Evo to me is the best overal vape. Never an issue always work and extremely efficient definitely worth the money
  • leftright
    6
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    I finally have a good starter setup for my Cloud EVO!!! As a disabled combat veteran with PTSD, and a medical marijuana patient, I was getting really tired of reading about all of the wonderful effects of these cannabanoids/terpenes/flavonoids and what they could do for me, just to get them and combust the majority of them. I really wanted something that let me control temperature so that I could get more out of my meds. Thusly I set out to research and buy my first vaporizer, however now I wish I had gotten one years ago. As a techinician and someone who understands electricity and some thermodynamics I was highly impressed at the simplicity and effectiveness of the EVO. I have had my Cloud EVO less than a week, and WOW does it do everything that I had read about and heard, and then some. Like any fine machine or tool you must love and care for it, but I am used to that being the case and consider it a labor of love. I immediately learned why they are vaporizing sessions, because they are not quick affairs, and why this seems to be a very social activity (since you are going to be there for a while anyhow, why not invite a friend? Which it so happens my neighbor is also a patient, which as soon as he tried it he left to go tell his girlfriend that he needed to buy one of his own.) I simply can’t say enough about this thing, and how much it has helped me just in the short time I have had it! I was really glad I read all the manuals repeatedly and watched all of Seibo’s tips of the week, it certainly performs best when operated as designed (like most things.) I also quickly saw what he meant about how the Hydratube was awesome, but the flavor from the standard mouthpiece is amazing. As soon as I got my EVO Swiss Tree started kit and used it, I immediately ordered a standard mouthpiece, a nebula mouthpiece for my whip, toob lube, an EVO Station (which I love but did not realize the EVO docked into and you had to remove the heat shield, and at first was dismayed, but then once I tried it I saw that it worked fine stationary, and I like that it is held in place. This is my first vaporizer and I can’t see getting anything else, the bar has now been set very high, I love the product and I love the company, they have been awesome to work with and they seem like just some really good people. Seibo, if you see this, thank you so much to you and your team, the only downside I have found with you guys is that I can’t afford buy everything on your site...today. Keep making the world a better place, you certainly have done so for mine!

    P.S. Have you guys thought of selling a decal that could be added to the bare EVO so that it is still there for reference while it is on the station? I made this chart for myself to use with it, but without the shield it’s a little harder to get just right.kef1sxsig1xhlsqz.jpeg
    P.S.S. I found the ELB slightly cumbersome to load with my fingers or the scoop from my SLX, but I had read somewhere that you could get a laboratory scoop for a few dollars and it would make it easier. I took that idea to the next level and carefully brought the sides of the scoop closer until it fit into the ELB, it has made the loading process much more streamline. I don’t know if you have considered carrying anything like this, but once again thought I would share. If you couldn’t tell I am a bit of an innovator/idea guy!
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  • Baron23
    11.8k
    So glad you are loving your EVO. Its a Louisville Slugger of a vape and I love mine also.

    Sounds like you made the lab dry material scoop work for you, but when you feel like buying yourself a little gift, look at the NewVape Pax Loading Tool. Its the handiest, best shaped tool I have found and it fits into ELB's perfectly. A level scoop of fine ground is right at .1 g or so while a slightly heaping one is .15 g. Its great and also fits E-nano stems/gongs, etc.

    https://www.newvape.com/pax-loading-tool

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  • Cannabliss420
    343
    @Seiboshen any portable vape coming in the near
    future ? Evo is the best on market for getting the most out of your concentrates. Uses a only a tiny amount.
  • leftright
    6
    Awesome!!! That is much nicer than my little makeshift one.
  • Karec
    701
    Own a EVO and it Rocks!!!but when a new vape? portable with the performance of an EVO would be something else!!!
    Cheers :cool:
  • Dazza78
    524
    Who don’t love the evo? In my top two desktop vapes of all time
  • leftright
    6
    I had given up on smoking herb, it was tearing me up after a solid 20 years straight. I found my way into dabbing and later low temp dabbing, this was the next clear step. It delivers a new experience for me from both of those in epic fashion! I don’t need to take my medicine in public and I don’t need a giant bag to kill every time I want to use it. The EVO embodies perfection for me, what’s not to love!
  • Aj85
    785
    I’ve had mine for about 4 yrs now, and I still use it most days. It needed to be sent in and repaired once, and I really missed it for the 3 weeks it was gone. If I broke my Evo today I would have to buy a replacement the very next day. I have never met anyone who didn’t like it, and I actually have 4 friends/family that use one as their daily driver. I have a backpack I always take out with me normally full of vapes, but I often take my Evo with me to visit friends and family and it’s a definite favourite. It deserves a place in anyone’s line up.

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    All the best,

    Aj.
  • Baron23
    11.8k
    dazza, mate. Where you been?
  • Aj85
    785
    good to see you back mate, and as always I really enjoyed your last youtube vid with you showing love for the Evo.



    I Hope you don’t mind me putting your come back vid here, it seemed kind of relevant with your Cloud Evo use in it. I look forward to more content soon.

    If I’ve over stepped the mark and you don’t want it posted here, or it’s likely to cause issues, I whole heartedly apologise and will have it removed A.S.A.P

    I hope your all good mate. Expect another P.M soon I’ve had a crazy couple months and I’ve got some more tales to share with you.


    All the best, fellas.

    Aj.
  • leftright
    6
    I’ve gone and made a liar out of myself, I did manage to fit the heat shield on with it on the station! It simply took a bit of crafty maneuvering. h2ws5xpjzt2ehm91.jpeg
  • leftright
    6
    I’ve noticed a lot of people seem to like the Precision Turbine, which I love the smooth hits of the Swiss Tree, but I also love the flavor of the standard. Is the Turbine sort of a happy medium between the two?
  • Aj85
    785
    sorry I’ve just seen this.

    I’ve never tried the Swiss Tree (looks great though) so I can’t compare the two.

    If it helps, when I brought my standard Turbine (unfortunately I broke it a couple of months ago) VXL told me that the turbine is the best for flavour, that the honeycomb is the smoothest least irritating draw (My friend has a honeycomb and I did find it smoother and slightly less flavourful) and the hydrabomb is the in-betweener.

    Precision hydratubes are just smaller easier to handle versions of the originals and are said to have a bit better flavour than the standard versions.

    I’m planning on grabbing a precision turbine at some point in the future myself as I was happy with the original version.

    All the best,

    Aj.
  • Karec
    701
    i use my EVO with the Calix without water, i found out that the water takes away the flavour, i had the Hydra but i broke it... wish i could get those glass fancy MP like the swiss tree or the precision turbine but i think they are too expensive....even considerer to get DH gate glass for the EVO but for now the Calix is everything i need.
    Cheers EVO Rocks!!!
    :cool:
  • zancru
    2.4k

    Nice family shot...
    Who's that little guy behind the Milaana??
    I love my 2X EVOs, first one OG 2012?? IndieGoGo Early Bird Swagger Bent Neck HT showerhead or similar to Turbine with 2 Opals, still working, but in real need of servicing, I can feel the bamboo moving all over the place, up and down and twisting :(
    Second one I inherited from the one and only PhotoRider(RIP Phil) FuckCombustion GAS specialist, that isn't working anymore now, red light flashing all the time, need to send back...
    And third, a Fakexhale Cloud+ , best for flowers imo, not working anymore...
    Still pretty happy with all the good memories they gave me...
    Stay vaped.
  • Baron23
    11.8k
    Love my OG Turbine. I actually also have a Calyx which is a very different experience....very smooth for some reason...smoother than my Turbine for certain and Momofthegoons noticed the same thing.

    Not sure why but who care...turbine is more "milk" and the Calyx is more smooth... to me at least
  • Vapedude
    584
    I truly feel, like I’ve have missed out of this experience for far too long! It’s time I pick one of these puppies up, too see what I have missed.

    Before I take the plunge with the CC, I have a question for you VapeXhale dudes, preferably those who are MV1 users as well.

    FWIW, I would only be interested in the least expensive glass extension, for dry vaping and no water.

    Question: After a few draws at typical vaping temperatures, say med-hi temps(nothing over 392F; 200C), how warm does the air, entering the mouth feel?? :chin:

    I brought up the MV1, due to the fact that it is the only vape that I know of to date, that has a heat sink. Granted, a desktop, could get away without a heat sink (I think?), due to inherent design and size.

    Again FWIW, I stopped using conduction Vapes like the PAX, only because chest colds started to become more frequent, and in general, my lungs have simply become more sensitive.

    I have now been literally cough free, close to a year almost.. never a cold either. Every since I started using the MV1, and never surpassing its default, high heat setting, narry a real cough, chest feels clear :up: .

    VapeXhale looks like a natural companion to my MV1, but is it???
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