Portable Vaporizers

  • Firefly 2+

    I dont even use the torch and banger anymore. I use my 2+ for concentrate and Dynavap for flower. I'm going to pick up a second one for flower only.

    Enjoying some Grape Pie Live Resin right now. I find if I keep the bowl swabbed with Dark Crystal on a qtip, while device is turned upside down, it keep everything nice and clean for the airflow which is quite restricted stock so If you struggle with MV1, you will most likely struggle with this one.....though I've done half hits with trates and it's been fine.

    Taste is phenomenal assuming you keep your pads clean. Cleaning is as easy as a recently single woman in a club.
    Swappable batteries. Fast charge time. Fast heat up time.

    Cons:
    draw resistance.
    No WPA(though I use the Airvape X wpa adapter and it works awesome).
    The small silicone seal that mates with the glass of the bowl is exposed to the airpath in the tiniest bit.
    It can be messy as the resin sticks to the glass airpath and the particles of flower get stuck in said resin.
  • Firefly 2+

    It sounds like a step in the right direction.
  • Firefly 2+

    What's the outcome?

    Does anyone recommend buying or not buying?

    What the difference between the FF2 and FF2 +?
    Bruce



    From page 2 in this thread....... (no need to thank me for the spoon feeding! ) :chin:

    Extra airflow from larger holes in screen and MP screen (if you even use the MP screen)
    Different software controlling heating patterns via firmware update
    New logo light window (just diff...not better/worse)

    Yes....just a small update all-round.
    LabPong
  • Firefly 2+

    Seems like a job for...

    @BudMan!
  • Firefly 2+

    More info for you... others who have actually used both can give better insights. I have only several of the ff2+ .

    https://forum.vapelife.com/discussion/5668/firefly-2-ff2

    https://forum.vapelife.com/discussion/6230/firefly-2-is-underrated
  • Firefly 2+

    Seems like Vape companies are running out of ideas. No new designs there just slightly improving on old designs and adding a + behind it. Lol.. Kinda sad really.
  • Firefly 2+

    What's the outcome?

    Does anyone recommend buying or not buying?

    What the difference between the FF2 and FF2 +?
  • What's the smoothest vape you've used?

    I own the Firefly 2+, Ghost MV1, Arizer Solo II, Arizer ArGo, Boundless Tera v3 and the smoothest hands down is the Ghost MV1. The runners up in order of smoothness would be the Firefly 2+, either of the Arizer vapes, and lastly the Tera.
  • Vape for valentines day

    We always vape on the go. She has a pretty fair tolerance i'd say. If i had to pick something that i dont like about the firefly it would probably have to be the stirring, but i could care less because of how tasty my hits are.
  • Vape for valentines day

    welcome to the forum. How much does she typically vape in a session and how often, just ruff estimates. Does it need to do concentrate? You do already have a firefly and that's dab city. The more info on how you want to use it as well what you don't like about the firefly , the better the suggestion but I will say not a lot of top tear at that price.
  • Vape for valentines day

    Hello friends,

    Im looking to buy my girlfriend a PORTABLE vaporizer for valentines day. We have a firefly 2+ its the vaporizer that has served as our bridge into this realm of the dry herb vapes. As such, it is the only one we've tried. I would like to spend under $150 so as much as we would like a mighty or even ghost mv1, i just cant right now. Which vape would yall recommend?
  • What's the smoothest vape you've used?

    I think that the more conduction that is going on, the more "tickley" the vapor will be. Like, Dynavap, Crafty/Mighty, MFLB, etc... They are either conduction/convection hybrids or heavy conduction. The vapor tends to have some bite to it. Pure convection heating has less of that, but then you typically have warmer temp vapor. So my recommendation would be to find a pure convection system, and then give it as much of an air path as possible... Glass rig, Jhook, etc. That cools down the vapor and provides smooth hits.

    The G43 is definitely a good one, the Enano is another awesome one, the Lotus is fantastic, and even the Firefly 2/2+ is a good option to use natively (can't be used through water). It has a tight enough draw that you can do mouth pulls and the wide flat glass surface area makes the vapor cool and comfortable. The more glass surface area, along with pure convection heating, the cooler and better the vapor quality will be. You'll lose a bit of taste the more glass you use, but the trade off is not coughing lol
  • Tiny Might

    Since some of you don't use IG, I'll go ahead and list here the vapes that I have available for comparison. They will be divided between water and native use...

    Through water, I have the ArGo, Grasshopper, Stickybrick Jr, O'ConnellWoodworks OHV, Doug's Woodry Nova, G43, Impcognito, Ed's TnT Pipescents, RBT Milaana 2, Splinter Z, Splinter V2, Firewood 4, Arizer V-Tower, Dynavap and MistVape MVT2

    For native use without a glass rig, I also have the following vapes to compare it to... Vivant Rift, Stickybrick OG Brick, Enano, Firewood 5, VaporGenie, Triihouse Lily, and a Firefly 2
  • I'd buy a PAX 4 if...

    I always appreciate a vape being pocket-proof, as in lint not being able to get inside and smell not easily escaping. The PAX has always had a mouthpiece design that leaves it wide open and I think it's a cleanliness thing, both because that's what you put your mouth on and because any debris from your pocket that makes its way into the airpath winds up in your lungs. So it would be nice to have reliable lids on both ends.

    Also, I agree with the above comment about feeling forced to vape a whole bowl or waste some. In general, I think that's where the Firefly got it right and maybe PAX could do a more convection-based method that's button oriented.

    However, all that said, the real issue is the thing costs several hundred dollars and when I can just use a vapcap and a lighter and get total efficiency out of the herb, it's hard to justify going back to an expensive, battery-dependent system, especially with no user-replaceable batteries. I basically haven't used my other vapes (including Grasshopper) since I got my first vapcap and my Ti Woody is still my #1. Unless a PAX 4 came in under $200 it's hard to see myself buying one.
  • Firefly 2+ is underrated

    bursty hits 500 gives me the vapor quality I’m looking for with minimum combustion but ymmv.Hermes

    Then I must try it. The FF heat up algorithm is a "spline wave" so "short bursty hits" would never actually get close to 500. Interesting.
  • Firefly 2+ is underrated

    did flower low temps for a long time...then moved to concentrates which had more satisfying vapor...now back to flower and low temp whispy vapor doesn’t cut it....hitting short bursty hits @500 gives me the vapor quality I’m looking for with minimum combustion but ymmv.
  • Firefly 2+ is underrated

    Started vaping some flower 500 for the hell of it....not disappointed.Hermes

    WOW! :gasp:
    You like combustion! :rofl:

    I'm doing 380f with 3% calibration.
    That said, if you want a heavier hitter" in your FF2, crack up the heat to say 420. IMO, it defeats the purpose of loving a FF2, but that's me. Some peeps swear by it.
  • Firefly 2+ is underrated

    Started vaping some flower @500 for the hell of it....not disappointed. yolo.
  • Best Bedside Vape?

    Some will say it's not easy, I say it's like riding a bike. My bedside vape is a FireFly 2 (sent in for upgrade to a 2+). Still the tastiest vape I have had, Toss in that the vapor is cool, smooth and easy...Even if I am sick I can hit the FF2 with ease, Get straight lifted too. Connoisseur enjoyment and relaxation.
  • Firefly 2 calibration setting



    LabPong is a much better authority on that. I yield to whatever he says.
  • Firefly 2 calibration setting

    its working great with both. No drippage. I hit flower dry though as I'm doing it at 350f
  • Firefly 2 calibration setting

    LabPong
    the AirVape X wpa fits perfectly it is just a bit wonky
    John Cocktostone

    That's pretty cool....I wouldn't want to use with the pad..but I would try it with flower.
  • Firefly 2 calibration setting

    the Airvape X wpa fits perfectly it is just a bit wonky hgago8bjxzyvngua.jpg
  • Firefly 2 calibration setting

    ↪EconMan
    so I ran the calibration for 2 hits at 111% through a wpa.....you ever do this and know of its recommended or more of a "battery is down to 25% mode"
    John Cocktostone

    What wpa did you get for the FF2?
  • Firefly 2 calibration setting

    so I ran the calibration for 2 hits at 111% through a wpa.....you ever do this and know of its recommended or more of a "battery is down to 25% mode"
  • One more vape

    I would at least consider a Grasshopper. I don’t know if they’re available again yet since the fire, or wait for the updated version. From what I hear, I would definitely consider it. I do not own one. I am not endorsing it. I’m just saying research it.

    As far as getting a Firefly, I’ve had both that and the Ghost. I think you’ll get good results with the firefly, it’s a great vaporizer. For portability though, I’d stick to concentrates. Dry herb often requires stirring, at least it did for me, additionally you can’t preload bowls. With concentrates it’s just use away. The Firefly is great with weed, I just couldn’t handle the draw resistance. With concentrates it’s a star. If I really liked concentrates I would have kept my firefly.
  • One more vape

    mv1 and firefly 2+ are connoisseur...probably a bad choice of word. They aren't easy vaPes to own/use initially IMO. I can't imagine either as a first vape.
  • One more vape

    Good thread from a week or so ago....
    https://forum.vapelife.com/discussion/6230/firefly-2-is-underrated
    Seems this vape has a love/whatever relationship with peeps
  • One more vape

    Hi need your help firefly2 plus its on sale I have MV1 its great but not guaranted to get desired results everytime would firefly take up that space if not tell me what you think because thats how I make my desicion your input is Well appreciated
  • Firefly 2+ is underrated

    EconMan
    cant find extract pad. Ordered some but any way to macgyver this thing for dabs until they get here?
    John Cocktostone

    organic cotton

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