Hold the thread at slight tension with your hands and feed it onto the thread spool in an even manner by gently moving the thread up and down as it winds so that it distributes along the full length of the spool in an even manner. how to decant thread from an overlocker cone to standard spools. Repeat for all the other spools, using the same bobbin. It’s removable because you only used double sided tape. But you may not want to use it in your sewing machine after due to a sticky residue.
So I’ve just set mine aside and reserved it for this purpose; because I am so going to want to do this again at some point! how to decant thread from an overlocker cone to standard spools. There are other methods out there for doing this but this one suits me because it’s simple, quick and straightforward. Standard spools do work on an overlocker If you HAVE to buy a overlocker thread in an obscure colour that you’ll only use once…just buy ONE and do this! What temperature is Level 5 on an Original Arizer Solo. I have about 5 or 6 dry herb vapes now and for some reason the taste from the Arizer Solo is way better than any of the others. I have tried this with different herbs and all the vapes. The only thing I can figure is that the temp of the Arizer Solo is just right. It is set to level 5 (although level 6 is just as tasty).
Can anyone tell me what temperature the Solo is at when it is set to level 5? Then, I can set my Fury2 and the other vapes to the same temp and see what works. submitted 6 years ago * by opn420[M] Heat levels in degrease. The Good… Powerful like plug-in vaporizers; a good desktop replacement that's durable and portable 7 temperatures are well-suited for a variety of herb strains Clean taste and flavor due to glass stem Very efficient herb use; still visible vapor after 20+ hits from a tightly packed bowl Strong battery life, at least 90 minutes of use on medium temp. With the Bad… Glass stems require screens; not included A bulky portable; not discreet or pocket-sized Stems are fragile; travel using a case Can't charge and use at the same time. Stronger than many plug-ins, this powerful portable offers great temperature range controls and long battery life. Not the most discreet or pocket-sized portable vaporizer (like the Pax or MFLB), but you can take the Solo with you if stealth use isn’t a big consideration. Arizer Solo has great temperature controls and a well-made heating element. Strong heat delivers strong vapor clouds making the Solo much closer to a plug-in vaporizer in terms of power. Drawing air from the glass stem tastes clean, airflow requires some mouth effort, but still fairly easy to draw slow, consistent and large hits. Its wide range of adjustable temperatures are well-suited for a variety of herb strains, from moist to dry and delicate, you can dial down the temperature fast and easy with separate plus and minus buttons. The battery is noteworthy for a portable, lasting about 90 minutes of use on medium temperature in our tests; charge to 100% in under 4 hours. Solo warms-up and is ready to use in under 2 minutes depending on the temp setting. Available in black or silver, our unit held up very well over the course of hundreds of uses. Made in Canada Battery: lasts 1-2 hours use; 4 hours to full charge Seven temperature settings for a variety of herb strains (122-410°F / 50-210°C) Auto-shutoff after 12 minutes 2-year warranty Specs: 4½ (plus glass stem) x 1.75 inches • 8.3 ounces. How it Rated: 92% Arizer Solo rivals most plug-in vaporizers in heating power and quality, yet it’s portable enough to take with you when you need it: Powerful: we didn’t need to use temperatures above 5, medicine tasted dry and burnt past that. Delivers strong hits like a plug-in, but with the convenience of a battery-powered portable. Powering on and off is tedious and often requires two hands and quick timing to press both plus and minus temperature buttons at the same time. Available in black or silver, the outside is metal and often cool to the touch. Buttons are hard plastic and feel sturdy and secure. Temperature lights are helpful at times, but bright and distracting in the dark. A red indicator light blinks when the heater kicks on throughout your 12 minute session, detracting from an otherwise simple interface.
Vape feels solid in your hand, but the glass stems are fragile. Both powering on and off is annoying and usually it takes a few times to get the timing right. Even after hundreds of turning it on and off we find this annoying. Charging is however very easy, just plug in the power cord to the bottom of the vape and come back in a few hours. We took off points because the glass stems require screens for use with ground cannabis, and we highly recommend grinding your marijuana for maximum efficiency and potency. Arizer sells dome screens, but they are very expensive (a rip off), but you can jam a small round screen in the stem opening and make it work, DIY-style. Aluminum heating element delivers great heat, this is not under-powered. Hold the vape upside down when removing the stem and you won’t spill your ABV herb. Strong heating element, nice range of temperatures to suit all herbs and personal tastes.
Often we got over 20 hits from a single tightly packed bowl on setting 4 and the finished herb was dark brown but nothing like burnt ash.