• PuffItUp
    417
    Just a heads up, don't use protected 18650's in the build. Try to integrate that into the circuit. Otherwise, standard 18650's (the ones TONS of people already own) won't be able to be used (due to a height difference)

    You might also want to separate the heater/airpath from the battery, using some sort of safe insulating material, so that it doesn't overheat the battery and go boom

    As far as dosage... I prefer 0.1-0.15g but I have MANY vapes with 0.3-0.5g chambers. It would be really neat to see a chamber you can switch out, and offer both styles.

    -z
  • PAM
    198
    if this helps @VapeCritic...
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  • Karec
    390
    Usually i vape by myself, i use every vape i own with total chamber capacity, sometimes i miss a bigger chamber when im with friends, i would rather have a chamber capable to vape big quantities and spacers to reduce at will. The IQ have 2 spacers that can reduce the amount used, not saying that the materials or the design are good (i dont use them or even had 1), crafty also have the meshed concentrate pad that a lot of people use as spacers so...i would choose a big chamber vape :cool:
    I think a wider chamber (crafty) works better than a tall one (IQ), just a thought...
    cheers
  • Philly
    293
    I would check out adafruit. They have power boost boards made for 3.7V LiIon/LiPoly battery (pretty sure that is what haze squared uses). I use these for maker projects and they are pretty slick. Give you lots of options for power and charging.

    They also have a great selection of switches and buttons.
  • Mturner7
    96
    Not sure if you already planned on using this concept for the battery indicator...

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  • okla68m
    590
    If one is going for "Full Convection", it's All about Surface Area and Even Airflow Over that surface area. Thereby a Wide as compared to a Deep/Tall chamber would work better.
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k
    Just a heads up, don't use protected 18650's in the buildPuffItUp

    Definitely won’t, good lookin out!

    You might also want to separate the heater/airpath from the battery, using some sort of safe insulating material, so that it doesn't overheat the battery and go boomPuffItUp

    What fun would that be?? lol jk you're definitely right
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k

    Thanks for that poll screenshot! Bunch of lightweights over there :sweat:
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k
    Thanks for your input about the load sizes, it would definitely be cool to have two bowl size options, but keeping the performance consistent with both will be a tough one!
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k

    Everything is indicated with a single LED light right? I'm diggin it!
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k
    Thereby a Wide as compared to a Deep/Tall chamber would work better.okla68m

    Correct, fine tuning the oven size and shape will take some close attention :chin:
  • MustB
    161
    @VapeCritic

    Hey Bud,

    Just as a reinforcement to what @PuffItUp mentioned above as it's been playing on my mind also...

    Make sure that battery isn't getting too hot and try to insulate it as well as you can asap, as, whether it's a reliable brand or not, it still has the potential to explode when overheated to extremes.

    You probably don't want to become posthumously famous for having all vapes banned.
    Just take care dude. :cool:
  • Bruce
    1.2k
    I F'ing LOVE IT. Why, I love glass, AND THAT IS AWESOME.

    I guess that dang Vape Critic is a genius idea. This side of you I have not seen, get this fucker out...

    Hook me the fudge up, Biyatch
  • Ieyatsu
    58
    I'm really excited with the "straight to the rig" version, looks as simple as the first version of the project, but more refined, seems that you are getting pretty close with that one. :smile: :ok: :100:
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k
    become posthumously famousMustB

    LOL i definitely dont, good lookin out bruva! :sweat:
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k

    Very glad you dig it im workin on it!!
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k
    I’m really into this version also, maybe i work on releasing this one first, i feel like the compact portable version will take me longer to get right, this version should be easier for me to get off the ground, but still considering all options!

    What do you guys think for this one, battery powered or plug-in??
  • VapeCritic
    9.2k
    I’m incredibly excited for you guys to try this thing out, i still can’t believe how good it works :fire:
  • Ieyatsu
    58
    Even though it is a desktop vape, I prefer battery, but don't mind if it's plug-in
  • Mturner7
    96
    Def agree with the complexity of the two. I don’t think you could go too wrong with finishing the desktop first. If equal attention is given to both, the desktop should out perform in everyway every draw Make it better than the EVO and you’ll have me back onboard. Also, your current heat up time is abissmal for a portable (leads me to believe that much more tweaking is necessary for the portable to be worthy of the price-range you previously mentioned you were working towards).
  • Dmaculate420
    4
    Oh man that looks really sick I wud love to try some big rips !!!
  • standingsideways
    273
    @VapeCritic
    Really cool stream last night man. Super stoked to see you back to this version, it's the one I would prefer over a portable. The idea of the bigger heater and more surface for better convection definitely works for me and I like how minimalist it is. It's like the cloud evo or 7th floor style true convection in a tiny package, genius dude! With all the people who find convection difficult I think being able to use different glass to suit lung capacity gives more people a chance of perfect results.
  • Baron23
    5.7k
    plug in desktop first, please.
  • Alexis
    677
    Plug in, then portable, THEN battery powered direct rig model.
  • Bruce
    1.2k
    I would say absolutely yes on an 18650 battery with the option of plugging it in as well and be used while charging.

    ^ ^ ^ T h e . Vape . Master ^ ^ ^
  • Pakalolo2
    247
    Time to think about starting a VapeLife crowd fund on this baby!
  • JonnyFrontrow
    46
    What do you guys think for this one, battery powered or plug-in??VapeCritic

    +1 for battery powered. Personally don't like being "tethered" ...
    or having a cord that my stoned friends could trip over :starstruck:
  • Chaotix
    139
    36 Watts is what the mighty pulls. Just remember that’s a lot of heat that spaceship design deals with.
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