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29
May
Vriptech Heat Wand Demo

Vriptech Heat Wand 3.0 Demo

I have been working hard on all the various vaporizer reviews for the site. It is taking me longer to get them done then I would have anticipated. The delay comes from the filming and making the video reviews. I do all my own stunts… meaning I have to film myself using the vaporizers. Sometimes I don’t always get it in the first take. For example I ended up getting this next video after the 3rd take. It is really limiting how fast I can produce the videos for the site.

This was supposed to be part of a larger video review for the Vriptech Heat Wand 3.0. I liked the clip so much that I thought it would make a good tutorial video. The VHW 3.0 is a wand style vaporizer that produces excellent results when you use the proper technique. Keep in mind there is a technique to using this device properly. If you follow the right steps you will be rewarded with thick clouds of delicious vapor.

For usage directions and a video demonstration keep reading after the break!
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21
May
MFLB DIY Stem

Magic Flight Launch Box DIY Replacement Stem

Awhile ago I lost the stem that came with my Magic Flight Launch Box. I decided to try and look around to see if there was anything I could use as a substitute stem until I was able to get myself a replacement. I thought I would share with you the soultion I liked so much, that I have been using them as my main draw stems ever since.

The first thing that came to mind was a soda straw. I went digging around the drawers in the kitchen and found the box of spare straws I had laying around. The soda straw is almost a perfect fit. If anything it is just a bit small. I was able to fix that by warping a tiny piece of scotch tape around the end of the soda straw.

Follow these steps to create your own MFLB Replacement Stem:

  1. Find a spare soda straw.  (You can clean out a used fast food straw or buy a box fro the grocery store)
  2. Pull about 2 inches of Scotch tape out of the dispencer.
  3. Wrap it around the end of the straw.
  4. Cut the straw down to length.
  5. If it is still loose add a second layer of tape.  (I have never had an issue with needing more then one layer)

These DIY soda straw stems are inexpensive, easy to make, disposal, and look a little more stealthy then the glass stems. I like them so much that I never even bothered to order myself a replacement glass stem.  I made a really short tutorial video that shows you the simple steps I take to make myself a replacement straw.

Do you have any modifications to the MFLB that you would like to share? Leave a comment below with your modification ideas.