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Vaporbrothers vaporizer

This thread is a continuation of the oldFC thread.
The VaporBrothers are pioneers at the vaporizers scene and their production line stood the test of time,as they are still being sold nowadays !
There are two versions . The basic and the hands free model. With the basic you have to hold the wand,while on the handsfree it is secured by a gong connection. The heating element is made of ceramic and is rumoured to be one of the cleanest in the business.
Here is an airquality test http://cdn.vaporbrothers.com/images..._Draw_Testing_Result_for_TO-15_and_Metals.pdf
Vaporbrothers vapor box desktop vaporizer standard 120VStandard Features and Benefits:The user holds the Whip up to the heater while they inhale, and pulls it away between draws. Whip does not stay connected to the heater on its own.Without the ground glass feature, it's a bit more durable and definitely more economical to purchase. Replacement parts cost less than Hands-Free as well.Fits like a ball-joint. Easily rotate the Whip around while taking a draw to steer the hot air stream through the bowl. The standard gives a more even browning of the botanicals.Glass stays relatively cool, unlike the Hands-Free which gets searing hot at its tip. You can see/smell the herbs between hits. It gives you instant feedback on if your herbs are browning too much.Can be used (in hands-on fashion) on Hands-Free vaporizers as well.Standard vaporizers have a smooth round at the tip of the heater glass.
Close Up View of the Standard Heating Element
Standard Whip is smooth and clear with no markings.
Close Up View of the Standard Whip


Vaporbrothers vapor box desktop vaporizer hands-free 120V

Hands-Free Features and Benefits:
Matching tapered joint between Whip and heating element allows you to leave the Whip connected to the heat source without having to hold it in place.
Preferred by newcomers 2:1. You may pass the mouthpiece around a table without having to disconnect the Whip from the vaporizer.
Airflow is not as mixed as on the old Standard. It helps to stir the herbs once or twice during a session.
Tip becomes EXTREMELY hot during use - Beware of where you set a hot Whip down. Recommended to upgrade your hose to Silicone.
Whip can be left on the heater for long term. Don't worry about drying out your herbs if you do. The herbs will not be consumed unless you draw air through them.
Grants you an extra hand (The main point)
Cannot be used in Hands-Free mode on a Standard model vaporizer.
Note: All Standard (or Regular) accessories are compatible with the Hands-Free vaporizer. (i.e. Standard Whip Handpiece, Regular Fancy Whip, Mini Whip, and Aromabulb.) Hands-Free Whips are not intended for use with Standard vaporizers.
Hands Free vaporizers have this ground glass taper on the tip of the heater.

Close Up View of the Hands Free Heating Element
Close Up View of the Hands Free Whip Tip

The Hands Free Whip has a ground glass connection and a red HOT emblem.
There are also some pretty cool art versions avaiable on the official site :) !

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invertedisdead

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A few times a year I start wanting one of these badly! My very first vape was a knockoff VB style box vape my cousin gave me. A lot of people didn’t and still don’t like waiting for a vape to heat up; I honestly never saw it as a big deal, if anything it only solidified the ritual.

With that box vape I fell in love with vapor and never looked back. I remember wanting one of the first Highly Educated e-nails but didn’t have the $800, so I used to plug the whip into my beaker bong and dab right off the ceramic element, quickly attaching the ground glass joint before any vapor floats away!


If there was a whip material besides silicone or other polymers I think I would definitely buy one of these. Seems like the horizontal joint wasn’t ideal for smaller loads either but I honestly haven’t hit one in forever.
 
invertedisdead,
A few times a year I start wanting one of these badly! My very first vape was a knockoff VB style box vape my cousin gave me. A lot of people didn’t and still don’t like waiting for a vape to heat up; I honestly never saw it as a big deal, if anything it only solidified the ritual.

With that box vape I fell in love with vapor and never looked back. I remember wanting one of the first Highly Educated e-nails but didn’t have the $800, so I used to plug the whip into my beaker bong and dab right off the ceramic element, quickly attaching the ground glass joint before any vapor floats away!


If there was a whip material besides silicone or other polymers I think I would definitely buy one of these. Seems like the horizontal joint wasn’t ideal for smaller loads either but I honestly haven’t hit one in forever.

:)) You can always do a direct draw ,but the angle IMO allows herb to fall in the heater,i had one clone that had of those two piece screw wands,where you could put the herb between two screens,it was much better than the standart one. I actually started using concentrates for a few years before i even knew vaporizers existed,lol.I was dabbing straight on a mini stove and huffing over with the top percolator part of a Frost Big Vicky WP. I totally forgot about BHO ,when i discovered vapes,but when i saw they shoved out their extract vaporizer the VB2 i immediatly started putting small porcelain plates on that same old stove and taste was infinetly better :D..
I hear you on whips though !Whips are a thing of the past for me,until the bendy glass whip gets invented.There were some effort by the davinci guys to make a whip with glass segments inside that log on each other with ball mechanism ,but... it never happened,maybe the friction of the glass segments produced glass dust.
 
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Reclaim James

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A few times a year I start wanting one of these badly! My very first vape was a knockoff VB style box vape my cousin gave me. A lot of people didn’t and still don’t like waiting for a vape to heat up; I honestly never saw it as a big deal, if anything it only solidified the ritual.

With that box vape I fell in love with vapor and never looked back. I remember wanting one of the first Highly Educated e-nails but didn’t have the $800, so I used to plug the whip into my beaker bong and dab right off the ceramic element, quickly attaching the ground glass joint before any vapor floats away!


If there was a whip material besides silicone or other polymers I think I would definitely buy one of these. Seems like the horizontal joint wasn’t ideal for smaller loads either but I honestly haven’t hit one in forever.
and thats what got the ball rollin for the Sappire evaporator...boom!...and i am as of now working on the magnet glass whip....jk
 

invertedisdead

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:)) You can always do a direct draw ,but the angle IMO allows herb to fall in the heater,i had one clone that had of those two piece screw wands,where you could put the herb between two screens,it was much better than the standart one. I actually started using concentrates for a few years before i even knew vaporizers existed,lol.I was dabbing straight on a mini stove and huffing over with the top percolator part of a Frost Big Vicky WP. I totally forgot about BHO ,when i discovered vapes,but when i saw they shoved out their extract vaporizer the VB2 i immediatly started putting small porcelain plates on that same old stove and taste was infinetly better :D..
I hear you on whips though !Whips are a thing of the past for me,until the bendy glass whip gets invented.There were some effort by the davinci guys to make a whip with glass segments inside that log on each other with ball mechanism ,but... it never happened,maybe the friction of the glass segments produced glass dust.
Yeah the hands free glass mouthpiece seems kinda cool, I like the idea of the glass/ceramic pathway; but I just feel like it would turn the vape into a different beast. The whip is pretty chill for providing a casual, laid back vapor experience. If an all glass whip was possible I’d probably have to have one!


and thats what got the ball rollin for the Sappire evaporator...boom!...and i am as of now working on the magnet glass whip....jk
:D:D:nod::nod:

Just watch the polarity or you might find a few dab tools stuck to the side of that thing!
 

Buildozer

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I love my VB.. the Heating element is a beast with great surface area.. you can't really tell in those^ pics, but the heating element is flat and shaped like a file.. This vape has great performance IMO.. It's too bad that it's often dismissed these days, this is a simple and solid classic vape that I'm glad to have in my collection.
 

invertedisdead

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I was looking at the "Viper" glass mouthpiece again and am thinking this does seem like a pretty sweet setup!

Yeah without the whip you gotta get out of bed lol but this is probably an underrated, under-the-radar option for a clean vapor path device.

 
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