Does the ddave screen not fix your issue then?This vape works pretty well. It does have its quirks. For me it’s the screen (DDaves is an improvement) and the short air path. I use it as my “chuck it vape.” If I’m out and about and have to chuck it...who cares.
Is stirring important to make sure the screen doesn't get clogged? I used to stir, now I just pack a lot less than I used to. But I use a minivap/newvape.Put the Go to the test yesterday.
-3 Hour drive, three packings, one charge after the 2nd, just cause I knew I had time. All yellow. Stirring and screen cleaning necessary but I had time.
-Got home, put it with a water pipe. 2 back to back packings. Red for both. Again, stirring and screen cleaning necessary but not a problem.
-Took a bike ride late evening and finished another packing on yellow. Couldn’t stir on the ride but was able to pull three nice ones before the screen got clogged.
Still impressed with what this $69 vape is doing for me.
There's always an optimal load size to figure out. Once you get it, things are better. I've stopped over packing my current vape. I still can, just found it wasn't actually necessary.I experimented and kinda find packing it super loose to about 75-80% works best for me, i am doing medium grind through a santa cruz shredder.
Think of this way, I use this in conjunction with the elev8r and 3 other dynavaps, this is the only vape that I cant control debris upon discharge.
Yes maybe its technique or grind, but the engineered design of the part allows this to happen.
I would like them to implement a pokayoke design. (I work in mfg) This feature would encourage me to use it more often indoors.