Hydrology9 is a new portable liquid filtration vaporizer, created by Cloudious9! Intriguing eh? I bet you’ve never seen anything like it! Here is a link with full details: http://cloudious9.com
A bunch of friends and I tested this vaporizer and I think we all talked about it more than any other vaporizer we’ve all tried. There is nothing quite like this vaporizer on the market and it is all about smoothness and flavor.
One friend who tried this vaporizer thought it wasn’t easy to clean but they didn’t use the tools provided. The key to cleaning this unit is using the cleaning accessories it comes with. Cloudious9 definitely put a lot of thought into the tool kit and other accessories.
The quality of a charging cable can often alert you to poorly made vaporizers. The Hydology9 definitely has a sturdy one and the borosilicate used to make “tunnel tube” has a nice thickness to it as well. I quickly got over my fears of breaking the Hydrology9.
“It is like smoking weed in a hot tub but like without a hot tub … we think it is pretty cool.” – a couple of 25-year-olds I let try the Hydrology9.
Those random 25-year-olds are right!
Personally, I wouldn’t buy this vaporizer for myself, simply because I’m too lazy to fill something with water. Half of my vaping is done at work and I need to be able to slip out, vape and slip back in. Having water in the equation makes that complicated.
I would recommend the Hydrology9 to cannabis connoisseurs, those tired of the same-old-everyday-vapes, people who love bongs but want to switch to a vape and those who are prone to coughing. Also, I might not buy this for myself but I could see myself buying it as a gift for someone — like any of my friends that tried it.
“The mouthpiece feels like a bong lip. The vapor is REALLY smooth and the unit works very well. Brought out the terpene profile of a strain I normally hate, it actually made it taste good! I liked it A LOT! Watching the water bubble as I toked on it was really cool too. The water worked just like a bong.” – The Big Green Grower
I think the Hydrology9 is as portable as a vaporizer can get while maintaining the water filtration feature. You can’t put it in your back pocket but it will fit in your car’s cup holder, your purse or perhaps the pockets of cannabis farmer overalls.
This vape can get really hot if you want it to and if a vape that is borderline burning your weed isn’t what you are looking for, don’t fret, there are 5 settings to choose from and the patent-pending chamber-stirrer makes sure everything in the chamber heats evenly.
Cloudious9 is definitely a company that likes to do things differently and create innovative products. I look forward to seeing what refreshing weed-vaping apparatus they come up with next!
To be honest I started watching “Lockup: Women Behind Bars” because I’ve watched everything else featuring lesbians on Netflix Canada.
If life has taught me anything it is that there are lesbians in jail. This documentary taught me there are also “lesbians until release” in both jails and prisons.
I know a show about women doing hard-time might not be everyone’s choice for something to watch before bed but for me, I think this show is as relaxing as it gets.
I find this show soothing due to the fact that it makes me feel like all my “problems” are really no big deal in the grand scheme of things. This perspective helps me sleep at night.
The most disturbing thing about this show is the fact that it started to feature men in detention centers. At first it was only one or two per episode until there was an entire episode about men in prison.
If I wanted to watch a show about men in prison, I would not have chosen something called “…Women Behind Bars.” Ya know? Not impressed, dear whoever made this series.
In summation, I highly recommend watching “Lockup: Women Behind Bars” before you go to bed tonight. Just skip the episodes featuring dudes.
Looking for something to watch on Netflix when you are super stoned? I highly recommend checking out Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. This Netflix Original is based on books by Douglas Adams (Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy author) and stars Frodo from Lord of The Rings!
Honestly, how much portable vaporizers have changed since I first became a medical cannabis patient is pretty overwhelming. Like if 12 years ago you tried to tell me I’d be vaporizering out of something that looked like this I’d have thought you were way higher than me.
I had so much fun photographing the DAVINCI IQ! This is a really sleek vaporizer. There is some weight to this vape which makes it feel both durable and luxurious at the same time. The air path is 100% ceramic zirconia and I’ve found this vape to be super low maintenance in the cleaning department — which is a MUST for me as an every-day-vaper.
Normally I let people take my vapes home for the weekend so I can get feedback from them but I’m way to attached to this portable to let it out of my sight. I have let a bunch of people try the IQ in my presence though.
Some people who tried the IQ thought the lights on the front were too bright. The lights on the front can switch from squares indicating temperature to numbers that read the exact temperature. The IQ is an app-enabled device. The lights can be turned off in the handy app, thanks to “stealth mode.”
Some people who tried the IQ thought it got too hot. To me it gets warm not hot. It has never been too warm for me to hold in my hands, if it did, I would call it hot. To be honest, I actually like the warmth from the unit. Haha, so in summation maybe I’m just a freak but I’m certain the unit doesn’t get too warm for my liking.
I highly recommend getting the little carrying case for the IQ. I find it super nice to have. Helps me remember everything I need and is easy to throw into my purse.
I have no issue with the battery life of the IQ. I just wish I didn’t have to remember to charge it. So I should probably just get another battery …
Some Lemon Skunk in my DAVINCI stash jar! They also carry little emergency stash keychains, which myself and everyone around me found quite novel.
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