Apr 23, 2012
On this week's episode of the Web's Favourite Cannabis Podcast,
the Dopefiend presents his long awaited review of the rechargeable
portable Arizer Solo vaporizer, which has long been a favourite of
some dopetribers despite early models suffering from technical
faults. First, the Dopefiend unboxes and charges up the Solo,
describes the features and why the early models with ceramic herb
chamber were replaced, and fires it up to test it out with some
tasty freshly cured bud. While sampling the fresh, cool flavour of
the hits from the Solo, the Dopefiend looks into the auto-off
feature and the different temperature settings. Next, the Dopefiend
brings Son of Gonzo in on the testing of the Solo and the pair of
them discuss how portable the unit is, and whether it's stealthy
enough for on-the-move vaping, before loading it up and sampling
the cool, fresh vapour the Solo produces while remarking on the
lack of throat irritation caused by the Solo in comparison with the
Volcano, leading to a discussion about where the Volcano and the
Solo stand in the modern vaporizer marketplace. Next, the
Dopefiend, Son of Gonzo, MildlyAmusedUK and Orson from the London
Cannabis Club all hit Panorama Park in the sunshine to test out the
Arizer Solo's outdoors capabilities and also to compare it with the
WISPR portable vaporizer and the Plenty vaporizer. The DopeTribers
in attendance talk about how to load the Solo, how its flavour
compares with other portable vaporizer, how battery power compares
to butane power and the danger of breaking the glass mouthpiece.
Next, the Dopefiend returns to an indoor setting to talk about
where exactly the Solo sits in the wide range of portable and home
vaporizer units, and how it seems to straddle both categories. The
Dopefiend also talks about the pros and cons of the incredibly
simple glass mouthpiece and gives his overall impressions, before a
Curtis Mayfield-inspred musical interlude from Hophead. Next the
Dopefiend takes the Arizer Solo out on public transport, seeing how
easy it is to use stealthily on trains and buses, and talking about
how the technological advances of recent years have totally
revolutionized his cannabis use habits, before finally testing it
with some squidgy black hash and giving his final verdict on this
exciting new addition to his vaporizer toolkit. Don't miss the
first of our incredible LIVE Dopecasts from this year's DopeStock
festivities in Amsterdam next week! Email email@example.com, send us a
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Virtual VaporLounge on twitter, and check out the forum.
Download this episode here: http://traffic.libsyn.com/dopecast/Dopecast313.mp3
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Don't miss this week's DopeTribe Live! here on Dopefiend.co.uk on Sunday at 7pm UK time, or at these times around the world: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?day=5&month=2&year=2012&hour=19&min=0&sec=0&p1=136
Podcast Image: The Arizer Solo. Submit your pics here: http://www.thegrowreport.com/showthread.php?13-Podcast-Images-wanted-Grows-bongs-pipes-etc-etc
Playlist: Sasha Wins & Igor Shep, Trotzkopf - Dissecting A Fog (Andrei Fiber Love TV Remix); Melos - Incapable (original); Professor Angel Sound - GO; Psycliq - House of the Rising Sun; The Librarian - Slow; Klake - Grace; Mariane Mattoso - Infância; Samba de Rainha - Sem Moral; Ilham Al Madfai - Baghdad; Hophead - Supergrass; Edu Puperi - Valsa da mãe Terra; Barrett Martin Group - Overture I: Barbary Coast; Jahmeekye - God in Control
Sasha Wins & Igor Shep, Trotzkopf
"Dissecting A Fog" (mp3)
from "From Techno With Love vol. 12"
(Future Semantica Recordings)
from "Without an agile mind we are incapable of escaping the tangled mess we call life "
Professor Angel Sound
"GO " (mp3)
from "GO Remixed"
(Post World Industries)
"House of the Rising Sun" (mp3)
from "House of the Rising Sun"
(Race Car Productions)
from "Still Volume 2"
Samba de Rainha
"Sem Moral" (mp3)
from "Contrariando a Regra"
Ilham Al Madfai
from "World Routes - On The Road"
Edu Puperi Quarteto
"Valsa da mÃ£e Terra" (mp3)
from "Toca aÃ meu!"
Barrett Martin Group
"Overture I: Barbary Coast" (mp3)
"God in Control" (mp3)
from "Spread Your Love"