LOL , got so baked I forgot to mess around with my dry herb atomizer...
Posted 29 April 2019 - 05:49 PM
So i got this DC2 in. I'm using arctic fox, I set to 'TCR' mode with a value of 300, 33w as the quickstart instructions suggests, and set it to temp controlled and set that to 360. After a couple initial pulls, I gotta say, I was not unimpressed by any means. I didn't even pull out my 'finish grinder' that I got for my launchbox. I'll probably end up dropping the temp a little, it seems to brown up a bit quicker than I'm used to in my flowerpot enail heat wand (the one to beat right now, for me). I'll check back after further work with it. I forgot to put it on charge this morning so it's doing that now.
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Posted 30 April 2019 - 11:24 AM
That DC2 looks like a pretty cool rig. Vaping dry herb is very rewarding. Nice flavors.....clean buzz.
I'm digging the concentrate atomizer. After using the titanium bucket for a load or two I switched over to the quartz bucket. They behave pretty much the same.
My other problem in evaluating this atomizer is that I keep switching-up between concentrates. I really have no base-line with which to evaluate the performance of the tool itself because the rig behaves differently with each type of concentrate.
The High-Terpene extracts I have are very powerful when vaped at low-temp. When I say powerful, I mean like standing in an essential oils production facility. The "taste" hits all of the olfactory senses and you can set off quite a "sneezure" as a result. Eyes tearing - nose running - if you get carried away.
The shatters and sugars are all very tasty and not quite as pungent.
Posted 05 May 2019 - 08:56 AM
After a week with it, I really like this DC2 for the dry herbs. I currently have it on TCR mode, with a value of 370, using temperature control at 370, and 33 watts.
I preheat holding the button until it times out for long puff (10 seconds). Then hold n take a few short draws, rather than one long continuous breath in.
The chamber holds about .2 or so grams but i found just a pinch of ground material, about .1 grams, works pretty well too. I found that packing it more than just how it naturally packs putting a couple pinches in there causes a bit much restriction. At first I would tamp it down just a little and I've gone to just not doing that at all. 3 or 4 button cycles gets a nice dark brown with no combustion.
Now I just need to get more batteries.
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Posted 06 May 2019 - 04:54 PM
I'm finding that jogging the fire button is the best way to go.
Just like you said,......
One longer introductory or warm-up followed by shorter pulses once the vapor begins to roll - drawing air all the while.