Burned butane tastes like carbon dioxide and water (2C4H10 + 13O2 -> 8CO2 + 10H2O). Your sense of taste is outstanding, lol.Nowadays when I use a lighter I distinctly taste the butane.
Only problem I see with buying a used vaporizer is that most of the time the original owner is selling it because it either did not perform to his/her satisfaction or because he/she found one that performs better (other possibilities being that the person is really hard up for money, he/she got busted and is dumping evidence (seems unlikely due to the delay involved in an eBay auction vs. selling locally), or the person has determined that they just dislike vaporizing enough that they aren't even going to keep the vaporizer around for the occasional vape (which also seems unlikely if the person had a decent vaporizer and spent a little time learning how to use it properly, but different strokes and all that, I guess). Well, there's always the secondary problem of what happens if/when it breaks - will the manufacturer and/or original seller honor the warranty when the person isn't the original purchaser? - but that question can probably be answered by emailing the manufacturer/original seller prior to making your purchase.jackster110 said:I am thinking about getting a used
Thank you so much for all of this.. Its really helped out a lot. I still have not made my choice though.. Im thinking either a vapir no2 or the MFLB. I was curious though where you could find a vapir no2 for under $100?If you are willing to get one without warranty, you can get a New Vapir NO2 for under 100, by looking online(Ebay etc). Vapir only honors warranty if you by from an Authorized distributer, and they charge 179!
Yeah thanks a lot manLook on Amazon, and you will find a variety from day to day. You can find them used there also. I didnt find one for 84.99 as I did Friday, but here is one for 119.95 from an established vape seller: you will find varying prices, decide according to shipping or other extras!
Thanks for that, I found one for $90 on ebay (also from a trusted seller) and i think im going to go for it. Its a little more than i wanted to spend but i feel like i will be happy with it.These transactions fall through all the time. many times it is an intentional bait and switch... "oh well that one is gone but I have this one..."
MFLB has gone up to 120. You will hardly find one for less. There are people in some of the forums I attend, that sell theirs to buy a more elaborate unit, but most keep them.
The cheapest ones you will find are about $99. some you may spot for 89.99, but they are thinning out.
Get what you want.. don't get a portable vape because it is cheap. You will regret that, and it will set you back from your goal of the vape you like.
Thanks a lot for the help though manI am saying you made a wise choice. If you must spend 90 bucks it is OK.
You may have seen a bargain vape for 25 someplace,.. and it would not have functioned well. this would have been a bummer.
No riddle really. I mean that a bargain is not a bargain, if it does not serve you well!
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