Desktop Vaporizers

  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco


    the rbt china splinter for 80€ is my fav. followed by the stickybrick hydromax and vapexhale. on the road the crafty cause of heavy effects and stealth....
  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco


    i sell my plenty and volcano cause i have better vapes:
    splinter,g43,hydromax, vapexhale,...
    also i like vaping thruuwater so s&b is not optimum!
    but i agree both are heavy hitters!
  • Which desktop vaporizer should I get? advice and help

    The Ditanium delivers both stronger and more efficient vapor than the Vapexhale Evo (own both). The Evo only beats in taste and only for the very first hit.
    Plus you can do both concentrates and flowers at the same time at a fraction of the price AND it's safer to use. There is indeed a slight silicone taste your first handful of uses but goes away. Its the sleeper vape of the year (so far).
  • Which desktop vaporizer should I get? advice and help

    The Ditanium is a straight beast, efficient, and easy to use. I prefer it over the vapexhale evo and volcano. You can even leave it on all day. Most of my vapes have gotten ignored since I got it about two months ago. Check out Sneaky Pete and Troy's reviews on it
  • Which desktop vaporizer should I get? advice and help

    VapeXhale Evo is my favorite desktop. It's a beast and tastes AMAZING.

    I traded for a Plenty and I'm not sure how I feel about it. Flavor definitely is not top tier.
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    I get what you're saying, Ithe only all glass vapor path vape I've used is the firefly 2 I used to own which was insanely easy to clean. I just dont think I would like the hole size and having salad travelling up the stem!

    Wish there was a place you could go and try put different devices! You kind of have to do as much research and try to go with your gut instinct! My gut is saying EVO so I guess that's that! Haha
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    I think as I mentioned to Baron, I kinda answered my own question and had my mind made up I just needed to hear how it was worth it to spend the extra £££!!

    I wont be using for concentrates at all as I can never get hold of them, no legal dispensaries here in the UK! So until I can afford a press, I'll only be using it for flower. I've actually heard the MV1 is quite good for concentrates so eventually I will probably just use that rather than risk messing up the EVO.

    Looking for a nice, powerful, easy to clean device and the EVO seems to tock all the boxes. Plus HTs!! What more do I need!
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    I am honestly surprised to see that many of you have no issues with the Easy Load Baskets and actually like them, for me they are the weakest part of the Evo. I try to use glass screens and bowls whenever possible (available for eNano and Flowerpot), I find the hits taste better and for me at least, they don't affect potency. The ELB's are well made but they have soft sides and you can't bang them against the sides of your AVB container to empty them. The spent material is really stuck in there and you have to dig deep around the bottom, I normally use the eNano tool but it takes at least twice as long and you have to hold them up to the light to make sure they are completely empty. I guess I agree with Sneaky Pete's review on this point.
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    ever since I received my Evo, it's hands down my favorite vape.

    Easy Load Baskets - Seems the first person wasn't a big fan, but I LOVE these. I go downstairs with three pre-loaded and can just pop the old one out and the new one in for long sessions. If you have a small brush or just blow it out after each use, you'll get a bunch of sessions before you have to clean it. Cleaning is just chucking the lids and baskets into ISO for an hour to soak, then rinsing with hot water. I do that about once a week with mine.

    Whistle - Mine only whistles very minimally if I'm pulling too hard. I slow down to a rational pull, no more whistle.

    HT - I only got one just recently...game changer. Not sure I'll ever use any other mouthpieces here again.

    Concentrates - I personally couldn't ever get these working right and picked up an e-nail instead. Some have great experiences with it, just DON'T overfill because it's a little pain to clean out the bamboo (glass airpath center of Evo).

    Cleaning - if not using concentrates, your ELBs and whatever mouthpiece you're using must be cleaned. That's it. SUPER EASY. If you overflow concentrates and have to clean the bamboo, you need to carefully fill it with ISO and let it soak.
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    I think I'm going to wait and have to go with the EVO, I was already 75% sold on it so anything else, i will probably just end up wishing i had gone for it, exactly like what you mentioned at the end.

    I totally get what you mean about the holes in all glass bowls being too large and that was one of the reasons i wanted the EVO, as i can get a nice fine grind and just swap out the ELBs in the same way i swap out the crucible on my Ghost.

    Thank you good sir, appreciate your feedback, a month is not long to wait!! (Tearing hair out!) Haha
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    Haha it's like I just answer my own questions isn't it!Hobden87

    hehehe....that's kind of what I was thinking. haha

    I don't personally see the downside to the EVO that some do. For example, mine doesn't whistle and I find the ELBs to be stupid easy to manage. I empty it out, take one of the many small bottle brushes I have gotten with other vapes and brush out it and the top hat, and when I gets dirty I just then drop it into ISO overnight and rinse clean with water. I do have multiple ELBs that I cycle through and I don't find that they do anything detrimental to the taste...but others and their taste buds may well differ.

    I'm glad it doesn't have a full glass bowl as IME they can't get the holes on glass screens small enough. An example is the fixed screen stems on the Enano. I far prefer the adjustable screen version with the metal basket screen. I find a finer grind vapes more fully (for me at least) and the holes in glass gauze are too large for anything other than very coarse grind or hand torn.

    Now, I'm not an objective observer...I love my EVO and have from the day I got it. No, its not cheap and I wish they were less expensive. But it is a Louisville Slugger of a vape along with the G43 and the NewVape Flower Pot Shower Head. Also, I ONLY use my EVO for flower as I don't want to gunk up a great flower vape with 'trates reclaim and I have other devices better suited for dabbing.

    Look...I....of ALL people....understand impatience. I've no patience at all but I do find when I give into my impatience, I'm generally regretful afterwards and wonder why the hell I didn't just wait. haha

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  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    Haha it's like I just answer my own questions isn't it! I really only want to buy one desktop as I have a Ghost MV1 stealth, Dynavap Shadow M, and a little Storm Sapphire which is surprisingly good through my Honey glass piece from vapefiend. I am trying to convert friends from smoking to vaping so they can buy them and I can test!
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    Now I know the smart thing is to wait and go for the VapexhaleHobden87

    THIS is the smart thing....do it or not....this is the smart move.
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    Thank you guys I appreciate the feedback. I will take a look into the recommendations. That was what I was worried about really spending too much on an experience that could be had for a fraction of the price.

    Being from the UK, especially where I am, i dont know anywhere I can pick up concentrates so I will be using just for flower until I can afford a small rosin press for personal use.

    I like the look of 7th floor products so may have to give them a try.

    Thanks again!
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?


    Hey man, welcome to vapelife forum, I assume your a fellow Brit as your quoting in £. If you are looking into desktops 7th floor is a great option. They are very well priced in the UK for how powerful they are. The whip and user experience are a little awkward but for high quality vapour, tasty, potent, heavy hits at a low price you will struggle to do better. They have a bit of a technique learning curve but they can pump out crazy powerful hits once you have it down. You even see a few on ebay selling for peanuts.
    The evo is awesome but for me it's way to expensive for what it is, 1st class vapour for sure but at 3 times the price of a 7th floor Da Buddha I don't think its worth it. I have a DH gate evo style hydro tube that cost me £30 compared to the £150 you have to spend on a real evo one so its definitely worth looking at.
    I'm not a fan of the arizer desktops, I agree with the above post, they are a bit week. I have not tried a DDave mod, I've heard many good things about how they improve it but getting them in the UK is a awkward and expensive job.
    If you want to spend the big bucks and not import the flowerpot is available at vapefiend.co.uk
    If you like real awesome vapour quality at a bargain price get yourself on the G43 waiting list, you may have to be patient but it is well worth the wait.
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    I own both, the Q was my original vape that I used exclusively for almost a year and the Evo is a recent addition. They are both heavy hitters if you want them to be, but I would rank them behind the eNano and Flowerpot in terms of overall vapor quality, although the first hit off the Evo is better than the first hit off any vaporizer I own, both flavorful and potent.I only started liking the Q after I upgraded to the DDave bowls where the material sits closer to the heater, the standard cyclone bowl delivers weak hits. The Evo has an annoying whistle and the mesh baskets are too deep and a pain to clean and reload. I do not understand why they created this beautiful all glass air path but then topped it with a wire basket instead of making it all glass. I am also surprised that there are no after market parts that I can find to remedy the situation. You can certainly use the hydrotubes with the Q, it will only increase the volume of vapor you inhale which might be too much for some people. I have only used both with flower, I think the Evo really shines with concentrates. One last thing, the Evo is more fragile than the Q, if you drop it you risk breaking the glass air path, no such worry with the Q.
  • Using VapeXhale EVO Hydrotubes on Arizer Extreme-Q with adapter?

    Hi guys

    I'm new to this forum and after gaining my very own case of Portable VAS I am looking to dive into the big boy world of desktop vapes.

    My first choice is the Vapexhale Cloud Evo with a hydrotube which would cost around £350. I could hopefully afford this at the end of next month. Now, I am impatient and have been looking at the Airizer Extreme Q or V Tower and was wondering, if you get an adapter which i think is about £10, could you use the hydrotubes on this and would it compare to the Vapexhale? The V tower with adapter and hydrotube would cost about £200

    Now I know the smart thing is to wait and go for the Vapexhale but I could order the Extreme Q now and patience is not one of my strong points! I was just wondering if anyone has done this or used both and could give me some info.

    Cheers
  • Ditanium

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    @Dr green thumb Have you guys used a Ditanium?

    I do own a G43. Love it in fact. Also own an Vapexhale Evo, have tried the Volcano, and own several other top tier vapes including MV1. As a very heavy experienced user in need of physical relief, nothing hits me smoother or harder than the Ditanium.

    It's made by one guy, small business in AZ. I personally love the look. You can't even tell its a vape.

    To each his own guys. I just wanted to spread love and info about this fantastic vape.
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    Don't get me wrong.....I am in no way saying it does not work good or you should not like it. What I am saying....is that because of its design...i will not be the big hit some thought it would be. And I am always happy that people find vapes and things that make their experience better and healthier.

    I would not want to try it unless it had much more glass and no whip stuff. I find it hard to take any vapor from whips or any silicone/plastic and a bunch of metal are in the air/vapor path.

    I am surprised though that you put it above the experience of the G43. My 3 big hitters are the Elev8r, G43, and now my Lotus. (I used to use the Flowerpot...but it is to harsh on my throat because of the large metal heating source).

    I just love my top 3 as they cover me well for any usage. I medicate for pain and muscle issues from a messed up spine.
  • Ditanium

    @Dr green thumb Have you guys used a Ditanium?

    I do own a G43. Love it in fact. Also own an Vapexhale Evo, have tried the Volcano, and own several other top tier vapes including MV1. As a very heavy experienced user in need of physical relief, nothing hits me smoother or harder than the Ditanium.

    It's made by one guy, small business in AZ. I personally love the look. You can't even tell its a vape.

    To each his own guys. I just wanted to spread love and info about this fantastic vape.

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  • What’re your favorites?

    my favorites at the moment for wax oldschool:
    ceramic or quarz.
    and for herb:
    on the first place cause of massive tasty clouds is the vapexhale.
    on the secound place the g43 (would be on the first,but i dont like the batterey reload thing and its a little bit harsher than the xhale)
    third place is the stickybrick hydromaxx i love the big big clouds and the massive effects but the vape is a little bit harsh (more than the two others)
  • Guidance on my first setup


    my favorite vapes at the monent are the vapexhale and the g43,cause i like fast extraction thru water.....
    i like desktops most cause of more power than batterie!
    have a you seen vapecritics top 10 of 2018?
    whats your budget.......
  • VapeXhale EVO Review

    I use my EVO for both concentrates and flowers all the time and have for over a year without having any issues.

    The best explanation I can think of for my experience differing from those of you that complain of nasty flavors is that I always use relatively small loads of concentrates. I will do two or three smaller loads in my glass tubes rather than one large load. Having more than two tubes is key.

    Also, every month or so, I carefully fill the bamboo with fresh ISO, then use the caps that came on the top and bottom of the glass bamboo to seal the bamboo. I let it sit overnight and then empty the ISO. I let the interior dry without heat, and later I will start at the very lowest heat setting to gradually (over an hour or more) bring the temperature to around 12 o’clock position to make sure any traces of ISO are gone.

    I finish this process off by then blowing into the bottom of the bamboo to “push” out air from the bottom through to the top.


    Another added benefit of using smaller loads is that the nails are much,much easier to keep clean.
  • VapeXhale EVO Review

    :chin: Not bad for concentrates.... bad for cleaning and if you overload a really huge mess that will need a deep clean to use it again with concentrates or dry herb, and a deep clean is not that easy to do
    Wheres an example how nasty if u overload...

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    Nasty right?! U will not use for anything if you dont clean this mess the flavour is nasty AF

    Only with a clean nail u get good flavour after u need to clean it properly to use it again, so although works good i rather use my HVT SAI, Puffco Plus or Linx to use concentrates because the flavour is as good and they are easy to load, clean, and portable.
    I dont even use my crafty or mighty to do it because these are great with concentrates and the others with dry herb.

    Cheers
    :cool:
  • VapeXhale EVO Review


    with quarz or ceramic and torch i´ve better taste....
    but the Evo is great for hash and drysift.
    and one of the best dryherb vapes i know
  • VapeXhale EVO Review





    Bad for concentrates ??? I haven't tried concentrates yet but read tha evo is great with them ...
  • VapeXhale EVO Review

    :lol: :rofl: :lol: :rofl: :lol: :rofl: :lol: yeah im done with concentrates on the EVO most of the times gets dirty and mess the flavours up.... only herbs

    Cheers
    :cool:
  • VapeXhale EVO Review

    i thought my evo produce a lot of steam but is not so tasty!
    after 3 months heavy use i cleaned the bamboo the first time......... :lol: :rofl:
    now i know the vapexhale is tasty very tasty :razz:
    now i´ll clean it every week and never use it for concentrates again! (i swear)
  • VapeXhale EVO Review

    man not knowing is the worst. I'm sorry to hear that. I'll send some good vibes yourway

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