• John Cocktostone
    1.1k
    yes it has a kill switch but the power cord does stay on but the amp draw is low. The main base of the unit has a switch.

    I have usa but UK is available..... and fyi..this thing works awesome.
  • Microvaper
    391
    I am so tempted! They are in stock now but I'm slightly reluctant having just very recently bought a tinymight! :grimace: I will probably need to act fast though as I'm sure they will sell out fast. I do love my dynavaps probably more than any other of my vapes and it would be a real treat to not have to bother with torches and butane but it's undoubtedly a luxury and totally unnecessary (from my wife's perspective). Thankfully that doesn't have too much influence on my decision making :joke:
  • John Cocktostone
    1.1k
    make sure you look at the heating tips and tricks to maximize your vaping style.


    Reasons I stay single
  • Bad Dog
    622
    I also find that I can go 4-5 seconds passed the click, at least for the first two heat cycles with the Apollo
  • ScentNomad
    170
    Doesn't having to count the seconds after the click it counteract the idea of an IH (being quick'n'easy to use)? I was honestly surprised to see how people were bypassing the fact that the Apollo will make the click pretty much useless and still saying it was a good device. I understand it can still be something that works somehow (with said bypasses), but that's not the idea most other IHs follow.

    Edit: does the Apollo2 still behave the same as the A1?
  • John Cocktostone
    1.1k
    you dont need to go beyond the click. Some people do though but you run the risk of combustion.
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