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Dr Dabber SWITCH Preview

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Dr Dabber SWITCH Preview
« on: May 11, 2018, 10:38:13 AM »
Original content here: http://420vapezone.com/dr-dabber-switch-induction-dab-early-review/

The Dr. Dabber switch brings innovative changes to the cannabis vape game - INDUCTION HEATING!

The Switch is a battery powered portable vape system capable of dry herb vaporization and dabbing. It functions very well and is extremely effective as a portable dabrig.

The FuckCombustion community voted me their #1 choice to receive a preview unit to test and review. The Dr Dabber Switch is currently available for pre-order ($399)

In this video I demonstrate a variety of dabbing temperatures, dry herb vape usage, self-cleaning mode, Puffco Peak comparison, and VapCap induction heating.
The video is very long. I got pretty faded. I even edited out a couple of dabs.

(well I can't get the video to embed in the forum, need more caffeine before I start coding. click the link to watch video)
« Last Edit: May 11, 2018, 10:46:49 AM by Troy »

Re: Dr Dabber SWITCH Preview
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2018, 12:06:50 PM »
When I built an induction heater using FC @pipes design, it was obvious that the technology has a future in vape design.

Interesting that they have done so much to calibrate the modes and levels. I don't think I've seen variable power in an induction heater using low cost parts.  (Or maybe it's rapidly cycling on and off).  Seems quite advanced.
« Last Edit: May 11, 2018, 12:09:19 PM by analytika »

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Re: Dr Dabber SWITCH Preview
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2018, 01:35:52 PM »
When I built an induction heater using FC @pipes design, it was obvious that the technology has a future in vape design.

Interesting that they have done so much to calibrate the modes and levels. I don't think I've seen variable power in an induction heater using low cost parts.  (Or maybe it's rapidly cycling on and off).  Seems quite advanced.

Yeah I've been reading up on induction design. After looking at some simple vapcap heaters, and comparing to the Switch, it wouldn't take much to build a simple multi-use induction vape. I don't fully understand the different parts and costs involved yet though.