Looking for vaporizer advice

#1
I was looking at buying a solo 2 for 200 plus tax or I could pick up a used Mighty that is 3 months old comes with the receipts extra mouth pieces , screens and a stand for 275. Just wondering on opinions I don't smoke much of melee be looking just to a tiny bit before I go to sleep or after work and even then I only take two to three hauls at the most. So i guess kind of micro dosing.

I'm just wondering what people on here think would be the better option.

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#3
[email protected]@[email protected]@mP wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:48 am
This is a direct comparison. I have the Solo II and I love it; it vapes small amounts, does an amazing job at it, and the glass stem builds up this amazing dabbable "vape honey" concentrate... Another to look at might be the Dynavap if you are you looking to do small quick vape rips.

https://torontovaporizer.ca/blog/arizer ... -showdown/
I have a solo 2 and was wondering if ou had any tips on how to get that honey out.

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#4
The Chronic Toker wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 5:17 pm
[email protected]@[email protected]@mP wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:48 am
This is a direct comparison. I have the Solo II and I love it; it vapes small amounts, does an amazing job at it, and the glass stem builds up this amazing dabbable "vape honey" concentrate... Another to look at might be the Dynavap if you are you looking to do small quick vape rips.

https://torontovaporizer.ca/blog/arizer ... -showdown/
I have a solo 2 and was wondering if ou had any tips on how to get that honey out.

Ahh, not really homie.. Usually, I'll vape through the short straw and you can scrape out a dab here and there using the little cleaning tool they supply.. You could soak it in alc and evap the alc but thats a different thing and nowhere near as pure.

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#5
I just pick the stuff out of my vape with a dabber tool, chopstick, or a straw depending on where it's located. As long as it's hot it's reasonably pliable and can be manipulated. If you can't scrape it out the first time around it'll recondense into a blob again later, at least in mine. Let's be fair, it's not the easiest task but it's totally worth it to reclaim, it's free dabs, yo.

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#6
For the usage that youre talking about the Solo 2 would be the best. I still am blown away by how little weed I use and how high I get. 2 sessions is the limit for me. I recently got a piece that allow me to use it with my bong, I dont know if it changes anything but I like having options :)

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#8
The Chronic Toker wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 5:17 pm
[email protected]@[email protected]@mP wrote:
Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:48 am
This is a direct comparison. I have the Solo II and I love it; it vapes small amounts, does an amazing job at it, and the glass stem builds up this amazing dabbable "vape honey" concentrate... Another to look at might be the Dynavap if you are you looking to do small quick vape rips.

https://torontovaporizer.ca/blog/arizer ... -showdown/
I have a solo 2 and was wondering if ou had any tips on how to get that honey out.
Get this short vape tip from Arizer, holmes. Tip screws off and you can easily get the honey out. I find its the smoothest draw of all of their straws (I have them all), though the vapour temp gets a tad hot at the 220C range; I love it, but it depends on your pref. For the ease of honey collection, I'll deal with a bit of throat tickle.

https://ibb.co/jnDFxq
https://ibb.co/h49SAA

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#9
If you only want a few hits here and there I would try the SOLO 2's brother the air 2. The solo 2 is really a home vape disguised as a portable vape. It is awesome though. The air 2 is similar in performance but has replaceable batteries. If that is out of your budget try the davinci Miqro as it has an adjustable bowl, so you can vape as little or as much as you want without wasting your weed.

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#10
I really like the arizer models too! I have had a arizer air first addition for over four years and i use it everyday! I use the long glass tube with the black tip. It’s so easy to keep clean. The best tip for any arizer model with the glass tubes is to use a domed screen against the air holes. You take a screen just larger than the glass tube and you dome it on you finger and push it dome up into the glass tube and put your herb on top of the screen. The glass tube holes don’t get filled and you get a much better draw. I have a utillian 721 and a arizer extreme q and the air is still the one I use everyday.