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BEAM FLAMELESS TORCH™ by Mr.Hotbox

This thread is a continuation of the oldFC thread that can be found here.


BEAM FLAMELESS TORCH™
Sent from the future to heat your nail in a safe and convenient way, the Beam Flameless Torch™ will revolutionize your vaporization experience.

With the Flameless Torch™ you will no longer have to buy butane or deal with the dangers and inconvenience of a torch again. Enjoy the luxury of cold starts, quick heat ups and easy reheats.


UNIT INCLUDES:
  • The Beam Flameless Torch™
  • Energy clip
  • Option of American made Beam Banger
  • Power supply that is compatible with 120V and 240V power
  • User manual
  • 2 Year Warranty on Beam unit.
All Mr. Hotbox™ Products are made in Washington, USA.

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Yes it is expensive ,but it is innovative and there are similar priced induction dabbing devices. That being said,where i live people are earning 300-400$ a month,so if you like you can come check how "It's only 100$" looks from here :).
There are people spending 400$ on e-rigs,bangers and precious stones,alone.. So as far as it goes to pricing a high end dabber gear sky is the limit :))..
 
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TommyDee

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Great :tup: Another induction heater to play with. Been wondering how dabs would be managed in a session.
 
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invertedisdead

Gem Stoner
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I’ve been wanting to design an induction heater for bangers for a while, this is pretty neat but I see where it falls short. The susceptor is so small and the banger so large and low in thermal conductivity - it won’t saturate the nail the same way a torch would with all its radiant heat. Same reason some folks still prefer torches over e-nails.
IMO you want the opposite of a deep dish in an induction design, you want something short like a D-nail Halo type dish so the heat will soak better and more rapidly.
 
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