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View Poll Results: What Nail do you prefer smoking out of your dome?

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  • The taste is in the Glass Nails all the way

    73 17.80%
  • The taste is in the Ti Nails all the way

    174 42.44%
  • I like puff on both glass and Ti

    163 39.76%
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    Grab your self some quartz Kut, you will love it. Takes for ever to work, that is the only down side, I see to it.
    and your right I don't think I will be melting Ti with a torch lighter,lol
    Last edited by SGL; 06-04-2011 at 01:26 PM.
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    I have not tried the Ti nails but have tried Boro , quartz and cupped quartz. I find the cupped quartz gives off the metallic taste the most next to the Quartz nails. I think this is because they get too hot and burn what doesnt run off the nail, giving the bad taste.

  3. #183

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    Ive tried both quartz and ti and while i enjoy both of them, i prefer the quartz. the ti seems harsher.

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    i prefer ti, for the convenience and because i like the idea of a counterweight

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    Quote Originally Posted by SGL View Post
    Grab your self some quartz Kut, you will love it. Takes for ever to work, that is the only down side, I see to it.
    and your right I don't think I will be melting Ti with a torch lighter,lol

    i dont mind the seasoning part...
    the real downside in my personal opinion is gauging the heat
    as previously stated, each material will give off a red glow, signifying that it is hot enough, but all of the materials glow at different temps

    i have found quartz glows hightest
    then boro
    then ti

    due to the surface nail on a milled ti nail made to fit the domes perfectly with as much room on the nail as possible, it holds its heat better then a 5mm rod of glass flattened with a lil divot

    i have used the shit outta both and i dislike glass nails

    and i vaped off glass for yeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaars

    then i found ti
    instant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SGL View Post
    Grab your self some quartz Kut, you will love it. Takes for ever to work, that is the only down side, I see to it.
    and your right I don't think I will be melting Ti with a torch lighter,lol
    i got a 5mm rod coming. i have a pair of shade 5 shades, and a pair of shade 4 shades to wear together. the other downside to it is that its bright as fuck!

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    Doesn't quartz warp over time? I maybe wrong but I've had my quartz nail for quit a long time and I think I've noticed it warping.

  8. #188

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwest View Post
    each material will give off a red glow, signifying that it is hot enough, but all of the materials glow at different temps
    ima blow your mind here. most materials glow red when they're around 1000C.

    glowing red is a result of the surrounding air becoming thermally charged and emitting radiation, its perceived by your eyes as a red color.

    if your quartz is red hot and your ti is red hot, they're almost the same temp.

    you'll have to wait longer for the quartz to cool relative to the Ti because its less thermally conductive and will lose heat to the surrounding environment slower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander Crews View Post
    you'll have to wait longer for the quartz to cool relative to the Ti because its less thermally conductive and will lose heat to the surrounding environment slower.
    hmmm….this has not been my experience at all. I used quartz solely for a few months and in my experience…it heats and cools a LOT faster than Ti.

    I'm guessing you mean something else…like with some other reasoning and it'll make sense, but i dunno.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old's cool View Post
    big disgustion on this topic ...lots of people are so stuck and so tunnelvisioned that i believe the major topic is pushed to the side...


    oil
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    enjoy it any way YOU like!!!

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    could not say it better!

 

 

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