LOOKING FOR INFO ON THE ISPIRE WAND
I have an Ispire Wand and so far I really like it.
I have had great results with the dab feature and Vapcap, but have combusted the 2 times I have tried the dry herb feature.
When using with a Vapcap I use their dry herb settings. I'm not sure whether it's just judged based on time but there are 4 settings and it seems to click about the same with all. On that setting, it has a red indicator light that turns green when it senses the metal. I equate first sign of green as heating at the tip, and my results seem to support this. My technique with the vapcap is to heat until the click at low temp and then puff until I get the vapor I want. The below video shows it in action.
The Dab feature is pretty cool too. I'm a cold start dabber and it works well for that. It has a separate setting that let's you adjust the temp by single digits. In this mode it has a blinking redish ligh that becomes steady when it reaches temp. My only complaint is that due to the fact that the bowl is boro, instead of quartz, the flavor drops off quickly at higher temps and I did not care for their carb cap. It's really fun and works well but not replacing a good old quartz banger for me any time soon. Here is a link to a dab session. I must have deleted the video
Strictly as an IH it's WAY better than the one I have, made by a well known company. Add in the dab feature, which is actually its main purpose, lol @Alexis
, and what I expect will be some pretty cool hacks from members of the community, and you have one pretty cool device. Replacable 18650s and high speed charging aren't bad either. Build quality seems top notch so let's see how they hold up over the next year.