Discussion in 'VapourArt' started by perseas, Jan 31, 2014.
Image has been removed.
URL has been removed.
Email address has been removed.
Media has been removed.
Are you just going to post it in the Heron thread when you're done making it ?
I'll post it everywhere Chad
On other forums too
Vapeporn from VaporWall forum www.vaporwall.com • Login
© 2014. Mario Zupancic | All Right Reserved
Sad day when that's the sexiest thing you've seen wrapped in a towel...
Thanks for cracking me up
For those that haven't seen it yet , a review on my site for this superb mechanical
The VapourArt GP Paps V3
I also have a review of the recent GP Heron on the site
Hey Perseas, any thoughts of original owners of V3s having the option to buy a back up 18500 tube serialized or not?
I would actually really like to buy a non-serial tube as well. It is currently my most used battery.
I'm a big 650 fan. My go to all day every day device for a long time was a Provari mini , which is just a little shorter than a 650 V3 so I'm pretty used to the size.
I was about to wipe some lil bug from my iPad just now...
Yeah, I decided to go stealthily and switched to my 500 tube for work. Now I'm stuck with this tiny little thing that doesn't fit in my hand right...
Don't get a micro stick if you think a 500 PAPS is small lol.
I think I would be ok with that with the thumb firing, but I have to hold this thing low so I'm not covering the air holes. Now I keep on "dry firing" it, lol. There is a reason I only use my kfl on a 650!
Totally with you on that. I find myself covering the airholes on 500 tubes all the time. I LOVE my 650 Lux tube. I've only had it since Friday and it's already a lot darker because it's in my hand all day. What I think is funny is I've been putting my thumb in more or less the same spot and there is a patina thumb mark forming rather quickly.
Yeah, mine looks like it has chocolate in the engraving. I thought about licking it to make sure...
That lux seems surprisingly durable. I'd figure using it 24/7 it'd show scratches easily, but not so. Maybe if I polished it, but that's not going to happen.
Haha, yeah I basically put my thumb on the engraving and it's getting dark on that spot. I'm pretty excited about it. It's fun watching it happen. There are ways to speed the patina up and get a solid patina in like two hours but that's no fun.
I've had the lux tube since day 1 and its starting to look nice. I like owning top of the line, looking well used. I'm not a buff'n'polish kind of guy. I also hate polished steel anything. Gotta knock that glare off. Knives, guns, mods...none of 'em reflect light
I've only been using mine for 5 days. But it's been all day each day.
Sent from my HTC One_M8 using Tapatalk
Hi guys, just wanted to get some input from GP experts. I purchased a PAPS v3 and the thing is just amazing. Now that I've become familiar with GP products, I'm tempted to also get the Paps X (even though I don't have budget for it ). I was just wondering if someone with the PAPS v3 and X could do a little comparison. Based on the vapourart site, I understand the aesthetic differences but was hoping to get some input about everyday practical use (i.e. the switch, getting extension tubes vs. the single tubes for the PAPS, etc.) and whether I should just go for another PAPS or if the differences are big enough to go for the more expensive X. Thanks in advance.
Separate names with a comma.