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Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Bengal B, Feb 28, 2018.

  1. Bengal B

    Bengal B Founding Member

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    With mine I just hold down the button until the light turns from red to green. The manual said it heats to 500 degrees right away and will heat up to 600 if you keep holding the button down. I don't know if that's the ideal temperature but it works.
     
  2. KyleK

    KyleK Who, me? Staff Member

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    They are on sale right now. I highly recommend it. 10 year warranty also. My last vape pen for dry herb was a Trek from Randy's Wired. It was ok, but not nearly as refined as this one. When I bought the Trek, it was $100, I broke the glass mouth piece pretty quickly ($25 after shipping), then finally broke the thing in half when I left it in my back pocket and sat down. This new one is almost indestructible from that type stuff.
     
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    KyleK Who, me? Staff Member

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    That's how the Trek worked. Trust me, if you get a Pax, you will be glad you did.
     
  4. Bengal B

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    You can buy a good bit of weed for $212.
     
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    KyleK Who, me? Staff Member

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    Yes you can. I am taking my gf out to dinner for her birthday tomorrow along with 2 other couples to Gallagher's in Covington. I'm sure I can buy a lot of food at the grocery store for what the meal is gonna cost me.
     
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    Bengal B Founding Member

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    True dat. I had been using a pipe I got at wish.com. it's made of silicone and is flexible. Doesn't get clogged up and has a cover to put over the bowl so you don't spill any when yor set it down. Best pipe I ever had. I paid $1 for it.
     
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    silicon pipe, really, never heard of such a thing,.. the heat doesn't scorch it or anything?... hmm, well, silicon gasket seal can take the heat
     
  8. CajunlostinCali

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    Silicon is widely used as a heat resistant application anymore. Professional kitchens everywhere use it in ovens and salamanders, so get hot.
     
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    now that you mention it, I've known about it's kitchen uses,.. though I had to look up what a salamander is,.. learned two things today
     
  10. Bengal B

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    Isn't it something like a lizard?
     

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