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Healthy Rips FURY EDGE

Jill NYC

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Continuing thread from FC:

I copied some info from over there to get things started:

per @HealthyRips.com
Hi All! We have officially launched our FURY EDGE! The box bundle is now available for purchase on our website: FURY EDGE

What’s in the box:
  • 1 FURY EDGE Device
  • 1 Protective 'Smell' Cover
  • 1 Mouthpiece with Glass Vapor Path
  • 1 Accessories Attachment for Glass
  • 1 Glass Mouthpiece for Accessories Attachment
  • 1 Wall Charger
  • 1 USB-C Charging Cord
  • 1 Stainless Steel Oil & Wax Pad
  • 1 Extra O-Ring & Screen Set
  • 1 Wax & Cleaning Tool
  • 1 Cleaning Brush
  • 1 Tweezers
  • 1 User Manual

Per @sixstringtoker
A Cotton Swab and some ISO is all that you really need to clean the chamber. I usually just brush out the chambers with a Storz & Bickel brush and ISO Swab them when they look like they need it.

Temperature is way too much of a personal thing that's highly dependent upon what flavor or effect you're chasing. For a regular session, I usually start at 375 F but start a long slow pull once it reaches ~ 335 F, so the first hit is full of terpy goodness as the temperature climbs up through the lower ranges. This gets the chamber good and spicy for the hit @ 375. I then typically bump it up by 10 F after every hit (which in a regular session is ~ 10 seconds).

As for heat soaking, if you hit it as it's heating up, you don't really need to worry about it. Else it really only needs like 10 seconds; it heats up quickly.

One trick that I often do with the PoV One and HR Fierce when I'm planning on doing a long hard pull is I bump the temperature by 10 degrees F right before I start my hit so that it's climbing as I start the hit. This dramatically reduces the temperature sag that I get with those two, which can be as much as 40 degrees with the Fierce thru the WPA. I haven't had a change to do testing with the Edge yet to see how it compares to those two in that regard.

Per me:
First charge it for at least 3 hours (to prime battery)
You should wipe out oven with ISO q-tip and give it a couple of burn offs. I like to put in some AVB, run oven at 430 and give a few good exhales through the holes at the bottom.
I also like to soak the mouthpiece and glass and screens in hot soapy water. Make sure to rinse well as soap tends to stick to silicone if you aren’t diligent.

The rest is easy - fill the oven - don’t over tamp (to keep air flowing) and hit away!
Keep your fingers clear of the airholes on the bottom.
Enjoy! Let us know how it goes.

Per @Plutonic
Turn it upside down to vape concentrates so you don't leak any into the heater. (The only way I vape dabs now is by putting it into some rayon, which holds onto it better than a mesh pad, but even so.)


I know there is a ton more info to move over here including wise info from @OF! , @LesPlenty , @bossman , @Vaporific , @monkeytime , @olivianewtonjohn and so many others. Please paste in any info you think would be helpful on our new home.
 

Shit Snacks

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So we're not waiting for HealthyRips then? lol tried flagging them down on oldFC. Remember this one is actually called FuryEdge btw and it may be worth including the Fury2? PS the Edge is a great vape!
 

Shit Snacks

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@Shit Snacks I think the Fury 2 should stand alone because it is a multi brand, unlike the Edge. (My opinion only)
But you are def right about the title. @pakalo can you change title to Healthy Rips Fury Edge.
Yeah I like making it one word like this too: "HealthyRips" "FuryEdge" personally

But actually I think only the OG Fury is the multibrand, Fenix, Quant, etc. I think the Fury2 is special, if not quite as special as the Edge... Three separate threads seems a little silly though? Hmm Fierce is definitely more different at least!
 
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My wife has tried the Mighty (she likes), Solo II (didn't like), Splinter (thought it was stupid looking thing and of course didn't like), TinyMight (didn't care for it at all) and the Fury Edge that she loves and is her daily driver. Interesting, her favorite is the least expensive one.
 

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I've got an OG Solo, Grasshopper, Firewood 3, Edge and a dynavap. The latter two are the only that see use. The fury edge really shines with the WPA, but is also great for around town and on hikes with the 3D flow stem.
 

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Yeah, there is something so easy about the HR Edge.
It’s so simple to use.
No special technique needed, no specific grind needed, no specific amount needed. It heats up fast (enough), consistently works, is easy to maintain and can be used with lots of different set-ups.
The price and customer service make it one of the best buys out there. (No, I don’t work for them, I am just a big fan!)
 

HealthyRips.com

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Hi All! Our apologies for not getting this thread transferred over to this new site - we have just been extremely busy and working very long days. We like the title of this thread as it is now: Healthy Rips FURY EDGE. Thank you all for your amazing input and help continuing this thread from the original FC - you guys/gals are all awesome! A special thank you to @Jill NYC for getting things started :).
We are here for you as always - and you can contact us anytime at: customerservice@healthyrips.com.

Have a great day!
Healthy Rips Team
 

Hayduke

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I'm using my new edge right now. After doing lots of research I decided on the edge over the sticky brick because my girlfriend just wants something that works everytime. I am still getting to know this vape as my only other experience is with a dynavap. I'm liking it so far.
 

GetLeft

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This vape is the everyman/everywoman vape. State of the art in my mind. Does everything you want an herb vape to do: be fast, be effective (430 is a powerful number), be easy to use. Check, check, check. In addition, it's palm sized. And versatile with the various attachments. And inexpensive. And top notch customer service. I'm in love with mine. Use it with the water piece but dry. Dedicated HR follower from here on out. This has all been said. But just in case someone was undecided :tup:

EDIT: Yup. I was right JillNYC has said it :)
 

OF!

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My wife has tried the Mighty (she likes), Solo II (didn't like), Splinter (thought it was stupid looking thing and of course didn't like), TinyMight (didn't care for it at all) and the Fury Edge that she loves and is her daily driver. Interesting, her favorite is the least expensive one.
Sounds to me like you picked a great one! 'Well done, you' as the Brits might say? I know several guys who would be interested in trading........

How does the old (sexist by today's standards) joke go? 'You certainly have a fine wife, how ever did you find her?" 'I'm not sure, I opened up my wallet and there she was.....'

In a rare serious moment, you point out a very good point, dollar for dollar Edge is fighting way above it's weight. Couple that to the outstanding Customer Support from HR and it becomes even better. 'No home is complete without one'.

Best wishes to all in these trying times.

OF
 

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This vape is the everyman/everywoman vape. State of the art in my mind. Does everything you want an herb vape to do: be fast, be effective (430 is a powerful number), be easy to use. Check, check, check. In addition, it's palm sized. And versatile with the various attachments. And inexpensive. And top notch customer service. I'm in love with mine. Use it with the water piece but dry. Dedicated HR follower from here on out. This has all been said. But just in case someone was undecided :tup:

EDIT: Yup. I was right JillNYC has said it :)
I'm curious. I have no experience with a water piece. How does the water piece effect performance when using without water?

Sounds to me like you picked a great one! 'Well done, you' as the Brits might say? I know several guys who would be interested in trading........

How does the old (sexist by today's standards) joke go? 'You certainly have a fine wife, how ever did you find her?" 'I'm not sure, I opened up my wallet and there she was.....'

In a rare serious moment, you point out a very good point, dollar for dollar Edge is fighting way above it's weight. Couple that to the outstanding Customer Support from HR and it becomes even better. 'No home is complete without one'.

Best wishes to all in these trying times.

OF

She also drives a manual transmission convertible. Most of her contemporaries couldn't drive a stick shift if their lives depended on it. Now if I could only talk her in to trying a motorcycle .
 

GeekyGodiva

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I got my Edge in the 420 sale and did a little bit of experimental play, but with Lockdown going I had been mainly using my DBV. Flash forward to this week and my cat knocked a cold metal laundry rack onto my hot unit busting the glass. So my Edge has been put to the test and I am definitely going back to the site for more canisters and was wondering if others find the bubbler attachment worthwhile? I would love to hear from someone who has it.
 

Bazinga

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:/

Lots of space for the vapor to diffuse and make it easier on my lungs. Haven't tried it with water. :tup:
How does the bubbler, without water, effect draw restriction? My only complaint with this device is the draw restriction. It isn't bad, it just is not my Splinter or Mighty.
 

GetLeft

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I find the use of the attachment above to have no adverse affect on draw. I've actually been impressed with the draw of the Edge considering it's a small conduction device.
 

Hayduke

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I like my edge but I'm still experimenting with getting good results. I am coming from years of smoking > dynavap > fury edge. I am very glad I tried the dynavap first because so far my edge doesnt have the same punch and the 2019 M. I'm waiting until I have some quality herb to make too many judgements. I have the WPA and a small bubbler from sneaky Pete. The water piece does cool the vapor well.
 

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I like my edge but I'm still experimenting with getting good results. I am coming from years of smoking > dynavap > fury edge.
First off, congratulations. Dumping blazing for vaping is a solid, very positive, step. You get to enjoy your herb more, cut your weed bill to 1/4 or so of what it was blazing (now that you're not burning up good THC in some ill conceived fire.....) and you get to live longer in the bargain. Pretty hard to beat that.

The key to getting good results with Edge (or any similar vape for that matter) is to accept and deal with the nature of conduction vaping. THIS IS NOT BLAZING, expecting results based on your experience there is going to lead to grief at some level. In blazing additional heat is generated to make yet more vapor automatically as you hit. Instantly. The opposite happens here. Heat has to 'creep in' slowly over time before the hit. Unlike VC or blazing. Once the hit starts, cold air is drawn in, cooling the load so production can only go down, and more so if you hit it harder hoping for more vapor to enjoy.

Yield to this reality and look for results within that constraint. Pay attention to heat soaks. Set to some reasonable temperature, say 390F, and let is sit an honest half minute, soaking, before you hit it. You can adjust timing and temperature later, good results should happen there. Then sip it, don't rip it, to harvest that vapor without having lots of cool air steal the heat you need to make more vapor. And pay attention to conduction within the load. Grind at least medium and pack it (without blocking the flow too much). Abd try stirring it a bit between hits so fresh material is brought into contact. With Edge this is easy. Pull the stem and poke a bit with a toothpick or other tool. The load will shrink down some when the water is driven out so it's easy to stir and be able to put the stem back since the level will be lower.

Keep your herb 'well cured' (dry) going in. No sense wasting time and precious heat drying the herb in the machine out so you can heat it enough to make vapor. As a bonus here, dry herb will make very much less of a mess and you'll get more THC out since condensate will simply evaporate off again to enjoy rather than getting into that old 'oil and water don't mix' issue, gumming up the works and wasting THC.

Again, congratulations and warning that skills you learned blazing (even with DV) don't transfer over. This is a new deal, and a proven great one, but you have to play it within the bounds of conduction vapes. Follow the results you like.

Regards to all.

OF
 

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Keep your herb 'well cured' (dry) going in. No sense wasting time and precious heat drying the herb in the machine out so you can heat it enough to make vapor. As a bonus here, dry herb will make very much less of a mess and you'll get more THC out since condensate will simply evaporate off again to enjoy rather than getting into that old 'oil and water don't mix' issue, gumming up the works and wasting THC.
Loved your summary and suggestions about conduction, sipping etc.
I have a couple of general questions re: moisture level and the 'oil and water don't mix' issue you mention.
It is clear that we don't want to use our vape as a drying shed, so dry going in, yes.
Can you distinguish, or rather do you distinguish between 'well dried' and 'well cured' bud?
After a given bowl, sometimes the abv is dry and flakey, falling right out of the chamber when emptying. Sometimes it is, while seemingly spent, more gooey and needs to be scraped out.
I'm currently going through 4 different strains I've been lucky to enjoy, from last falls' harvest (not my own product...geez, I wish...). With the 'sticky/non-sticky' variation going on, is this a factor of moisture content, curing process etc. or more related to strain or batch, thc values and other resin-producing cannabinoids being naturally more sticky?
 
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Can you distinguish, or rather do you distinguish between 'well dried' and 'well cured' bud?
After a given bowl, sometimes the abv is dry and flakey, falling right out of the chamber when emptying. Sometimes it is, while seemingly spent, more gooey and needs to be scraped out.
I'm currently going through 4 different strains I've been lucky to enjoy, from last falls' harvest (not my own product...geez, I wish...). With the 'sticky/non-sticky' variation going on, is this a factor of moisture content, curing process etc. or more related to strain or batch, thc values and other resin-producing cannabinoids being naturally more sticky?
Glad you find it useful, that was the goal after all......

Dry is dry IMO. What you call it or how you got there is not important. The very stuff that makes some herb 'sticky' is what also leads to fouling. The water evaporates from the load first, condensing on cooler parts of the vape so that when condensate comes it too sticks in the same spot and stubbornly refuses to evaporate off again. Making a sticky mess you cite.

Try a small sample of your herb choices and see? Grind it (at least medium if not fine) and store it open for a bit (I put it on my router which runs warm, which speeds it up. Smell will diminish some but not 'the good stuff'. Dry good, sticky bad?

We learned this important lesson years back with MFLB. A very excellent and popular small load vape that's made of wood. It uses a SS mesh screen that heats electrically, you pull the vapor through the screen. The area below the screen is inaccessibler cleaning. Foul it down there and it stays forever. The wood body means no soaking..... Guys who enjoyed 'really dank' herb quickly came to regret it. Those of us who followed ran very large numbers of loads (typically about .125 grams) with the box staying 'just like new'. My 'main box' probably has close to two ounces of mostly spent ABV in jars from my days of heavy, daily use. Since this herb has been stripped of most of the THC but still retains 'the heavy stuff', I will vape it again when I'm looking for 'couch lock' type highs. Again, the box is 'clean' after a heroic bit of work. I expect (and am getting) similar results from Edge/F2.

Give it a go, it's an easy experiment to run and the results could be very instructive?

Regards to all.

OF
 

Vibiojj83

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I like my edge but I'm still experimenting with getting good results. I am coming from years of smoking > dynavap > fury edge. I am very glad I tried the dynavap first because so far my edge doesnt have the same punch and the 2019 M. I'm waiting until I have some quality herb to make too many judgements. I have the WPA and a small bubbler from sneaky Pete. The water piece does cool the vapor well.
The Edge is just not going to hit quite as hard as the 19M. Here's my ABV from left to right : Crafty, Fury 1, 19M, EQ. That's also 4 hits to get that color with the Fury while 3 to get to color with the M.

Edit: I should also say the crafty would be a bit darker but it doesn't handle small amounts of weed well.
 

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Hayduke

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I have been liking my edge for sure. I got some capsules and it seems like it hits better with the caps which I was NOT expecting. I have been trying the techniques mentioned here and it has been working well.
 

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I have been using the Edge exclusively since I got it a week ago. I used a volcano a few times months ago as that was my only dry herb experience.
I like the Edge, I use the dosing caps but they are a pain to empty and fill. I think I need like 20 of them so I have more ready to go. I have been using the WPA through my fab egg. I only get mediocre performance with the WPA.
The stock mouthpiece is only used when I want to use the cover.
The straight clear glass tube works the best for me.
I am interested in the Hula XL stem or the bent glass mouthpiece. Which one works better?
 
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@Pballer76 - hope you are enjoying the Edge.
While the dosing caps can be convenient for on the go and back-to-back sessions, just scooping herb directly into the oven is so much easier. And while it means you will need to clean it more often, it still isn’t a huge process.
But, if you really want to stick with the caps (plenty of reasons!), you may want to take a look at a couple of things to make it easier.
Have you seen these by @Delta3DStudios :
This one makes it easier to fill 5 at a time

And this is great for holding 15 caps at a time in a compact, smellproof case:

As for the WPA performance - what is lacking? I guess if you are comparing it to the Volcano, it will never match its performance. But I am curious what makes it mediocre - not enough vapor? Not enough effects?

Finally, as far a stems - what are you looking for with the stem?
I love my bent stem because it is easy to carry around (twist it over and it stays very compact), and pretty smooth vaping experience.
I don’t have the Hula - so can’t speak to it directly, but seems to be well liked.
My favorite stem to use with my Edge is this one:
 
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