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Internally, they are made with very similar specifications. However, meaning the vapor will not come out different. The Extreme Q is a great vaporizer for groups, but the V-Tower can hold its own at home.

Experts With a Whip Another difference between the Extreme Q and the V-Tower is that the Extreme Q can accommodate a balloon apparatus. The good news is that the good folks at Arizer are experts when it comes to desktop vaporizers and whips. The included whip is made of high-quality silicone and is 3 feet (approx. When it comes to using the whip with the Tower, the simplicity of the setup is easily its best quality. High Quality, Known Quantity When you buy an Arizer product, you can be sure that you’re making a high-quality purchase. The stainless steel/glass/ceramic production will ensure that cleaning will always be a breeze. Keep a bottle of isopropyl alcohol around to swab areas that accumulate excess material. The V-Tower and other Arizer products are also notable for including their patented vertical “Cyclone” bowl. This bowl is designed to spread the heat around your material in a way that ensures full vaporization. All of this comes with a lifetime warranty, so you can be sure Arizer stands behind their product.

Here, you can also see all of the individual parts included and the high-quality construction. 91cm) 1x Glass Elbow Adapter 1x Mouthpiece 1x Stirring Tool 1x Replacement Screens 1x Oil/Aromatics Dish. It can be hard to convince yourself to purchase a desktop vaporizer. Usually, it involves a much larger initial payment than portable vaporizers with a similar level of quality. Thanks to adopting a conservative approach to tertiary gadgets and features, the Tower has a great price point that is only matched by its fantastic vapor quality. If you’re looking for a device that you can set in your home and use for years with little worry, the Arizer V-Tower might be the one for you. *valid only with the $ 40.00 coupon code: VSVTOWER $ 99.99 $ 139.99. *valid only with the 5% coupon code: Love5 $ 113.99 $ 119.99. Most vaporizers eligible for free shipping within the USA. Manufacturer: Arizer Type: Desktop Vaporizer Usage: Herbs Mouthpiece material: Glass Heating Technique: Convection Temperature control: Full control Energy Source: Power grid Material: Aluminum Chamber/oven material: Ceramic Delivery Method: Tube / Whip Automatic shut-off: Yes Origin: Canada Pass-Through Charging: Yes Temperature Settings: 122°F - 500°F Heat-up time: Weight: 1400 grams Size: 17 x 16.5 cm Chamber capacity: 0.5 grams Warranty: 3 year(s) Check out our updated Vaporizer Buying Guide. A gravity bong can be an excellent smoking choice whether you’re in a pinch and need a makeshift way to smoke or if you simply want to mix up your typical smoking experience. Best of all, gravity bongs are simple to construct and require items that you probably already have laying around the house. This guide provides everything you need to know to make two types of gravity bongs. The first —and arguably most common — type of gravity bong is known as a bucket bong. A bucket bong uses water to push smoke up and out of an empty bottle and into your lungs. You’ll need to assemble the following to make a bucket gravity bong: An empty plastic bottle A container filled with water (it needs to be larger than your plastic bottle, as you’ll eventually need to push the plastic bottle down into the container of water) Scissors or box cutter Drill Downstem and bowl, or alternatively, aluminum foil. From here on out you will be using only the top half of the bottle, so feel free to toss the bottom half in the recycling bin. Make the Bong (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Step 2: Prepare the Bowl. First, you can use an actual downstem and bowl — the same kind of downstem and bowl combination you’d use in a regular bong. This route requires you to drill a hole into the lid of your plastic bottle. Press the downstem into this hole and slide the bowl into the downstem. Prepare the Bowl (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Tip: For best results, the hole you drill into the lid should be almost the exact same diameter as your downstem. When the downstem fits into the hole, it should be as airtight a fit as possible. Prepare the Bowl (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Alternatively, you can make a DIY bowl using a piece of aluminum foil.

For this option, take a square piece of foil and fold in half to give it a bit of thickness. Gently press down with your fingertip to create a slight depression in the foil. Next, use a paperclip, toothpick, or some other tool to poke several small holes in the foil. At this point, your bong, including downstem and bowl, is all ready to go and it’s time to fill your container with water. Don’t fill it all the way to the top, as you will eventually push the plastic bottle down into the water and you want to avoid spilling. Fill a Bucket With Water (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Step 4: Get Ready to Smoke.

You’re almost ready to spark up and take your first hit. Start the process by packing your bowl with a pinch of ground-up cannabis. Next, hold the gravity bong in one hand and gently push it down into the water. Get Ready to Smoke (Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps) Step 5: Light Your Herb. Keeping the gravity bong submerged in the water, use a lighter or hemp wick to ignite the cannabis.


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