Flowerpot FAQ Page
FLOWERPOT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The simple Table of contents below will guide you through all the aspects of each part of the FlowerPot.
WeedEaterQuick Assembly Listing
- Vape Critic Review
- Flowerpot Vrod Overview and Session
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- @zancru on Instagram
- @newvape710 on Instagram
- Vape Critic's Top 10 Vapes
NV PID ControllersInstructions
- Quick Start Manual
- Technical Manual
- Default Settings
- Quick Start Video
- Auto Tune Video
- Pinouts Article
Auber RDK 300A PID ControllerInstructions
- Quick Start Manual
- Technical Manual 1 of 3
- Technical Manual 2 of 3
- Technical Manual 3 of 3
- Technical Manual Supplement
- Quick Start Video
First, let's understand what the FlowerPot does and it's most essential components
Next, let's take a look at the anatomy of a FlowerPot Setup. These represent the individual parts in the Titanium path.
FLOWERPOT WEEDEATER PARTS
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. What is the Flowerpot Twax Vaporizer?
A. The FlowerPot Twax Vaporizer is the first-of-its-kind desktop vaporizer. We engineered a system that 1) creates the most efficient, delicious flower vapor that has ever existed, and 2) combines flower vaporization with a concentrate nail which creates a flavor explosion that has to be inhaled to be believed! The Flowerpot uses a traditional 20mm enail coil and marries it with NewVape's expertly crafted titanium parts.
Q. How can the Flowerpot vaporize both flowers and concentrates at the same time?
A. The FlowerPot has an oven chamber section called the Bowl that contains your flowers. The Bowl sits on or in your 14 or 18mm male or female joint on your glass or other devices. When you place the heater (head or vrod, weedeater or showerhead) on top of the Bowl and draw, the holes that are drilled into its diffuser of the head will heat the air just enough to vaporize your flowers. This allows the concentrates as well as the flowers to vaporize simultaneously.
Q. What temperature(s) do the Flowerpots operate at
A. The beauty of the FlowerPot system is its versatility. The NewVape Enail Controller is capable of an extremely wide range of temperatures, far exceeding what is required for the most delicious vaporization.
We suggest starting out at 625F, and adjust to suit your tastes. Everyone has a different draw rate and when you combine this with the different airflow rates of the particular glass you're using, its vital to have full control of your temperature setting. We've found that setting the Enail controller to 625F creates airflow to the flowers that is just at or above the required vaporization temperature for flowers of 374F. The dish is @ roughly 450F which is great for low-temperature dabs!
The normal operating range for the FlowerPot and our PID controllers is between 550f and 800f. There is no reason to ever go above 800f. If you are looking to clean your parts, follow the "Disassembly and Cleaning Manual listed in the Table of Contents above.
Q. What’s the difference between Titanium, Quartz, and SiC?
A. There are many taste profiles and some report better flavor with the different dish materials, we recommend picking up extras so you make sure you're getting the most out of your experience!
As of 7/27/18 our FlowerPot Community reports preference for SiC dishes. But try them all and make your own conclusion!
Q. How much should I load into the FlowerPot body?
A. One of the unexpected results from our FlowerPot testing is that we were able to load ridiculously small amounts (.05g) and still get monster rips. The vaporizer industry has claimed that vapes reduce the amount you need to elevate. We're finally able to prove it for real.
Q. Where is the Flowerpot made?
A. The FlowerPot is made by NewVape in beautiful Boynton Beach, Florida. We make nearly everything we sell, and if we don't make it you can be damn sure we test the hell out of it before we'll offer it to you.
Q. Which Flowerpot is right for me?
A: This is a tough question. This decision is really dependant on your needs. If you vape flower-only, any of the heads will perform great. If you also vape concentrates, your choices are down to SH or Vrod, from this point you just need to decide which surface is better for concentrates. The latest head, the Vrod, has the ability to change dishes, making it the most versatile of the Flowerpot heads. .
The chart below is a great tool/contribution from one of our forum members at fuckcombustion.com
Q. What size coil is best for the Flowerpot?
A. All FlowerPot heads are designed around a 20mm coil. While the Showerhead and Weedeater are able to take any standard 20mm coil, the Vrod requires the NewVape 20mm coil or a coil that has the same specifications. The Vrod has a perfectly machined ramp on the inside of the head, where the thread is, this ramp makes full contact with the ramp on the top part of the coil. More contact creates better heat transfer. The Vrod was designed with the NewVape 20mm Coil in mind.The Weedeater, like the Showerhead, is coil independent in both direction and number of wraps (keep in mind that the less wraps you have, the longer it will take to reach optimal temperature)
Q. Do I need a carb cap?
A. We definitely recommend using a carb cap with concentrates, but we've also discovered how vital this tool is for flower usage as well. Its fully possible to use either version of the FlowerPot with no carb cap, but you will definitely lose some control over the experience. Carb Caps for flower vaping are useful for restricting airflow and enhancing the vapor creation process with low pressure. If you are new to carb caps, this will take some practice.
Q. What is the difference between the NV SiC Dish and the Dnail SiC dish?
A. We don't feel, see or taste a difference at all. Customer testimonials reveal the same and therefore, we feel our SiC dishes are a great value.
Q. What is the best type of glass to use with the Flowerpot?
A. The FlowerPot system will work with any piece that accepts a male or female ground-glass type joint in 10mm, 14mm or 18mm sizes. The FlowerPot system adds about 3 inches to your connection, so while a HUGE variety of glass will accept the FlowerPot system, we have found that the taller the glass is, the better the overall user experience is.
Q. I don’t have any glass, can I still use the Flowerpot?
A. We feel that using glass creates the best possible experience. The FlowerPot was designed to be used alongside the glass rig of your preference.
Q. I already have an enail controller/PID. Can I use the FlowerPot?
A. If your enail controller/PID accepts the older style XLR connections. Please check your coil cable ends to ensure they are the correct connection.
This is crucial if you are looking to compliment what you already have. NewVape carries two kinds of coils, one is the NV coil which is compatible with all NV PID Controllers. We also carry a variety of coils for the Auber RDK300A Controller which is a very popular controller in the market.
If you have a different brand PID controller, please consult with the manufacturer to ensure they have the correct coil.
Q. I have a different brand PID controller, can I use your FlowerPot coils?
The short answer is no. If you have a different brand controller, please consult with the manufacturer for available 20mm coils (not all 20mm coils may work with Vrod)
NOTE: Vrod is the only FlowerPot head that requires such specific dimensions. Showerhead and Weedeater can use any 20mm coil
Q. Why do I need a Flowerpot Stand?
A. FlowerPot Stands are the perfect solution to storing your hot enail head while not in use. The super-stable bases not only keep your hot enail head under control, but they feature many threaded inserts and compartments that fit other NV Acessories like the De-Bowler Spike, Brush Assembly, 3" AVB Can, Heater Post among others.
Q. Whats the difference between the Shovelhead bowl and the Panhead bowl?
A. None with exception of their looks.
Q. What type of titanium does the FlowerPot use?
A. We only use highest possible quality Grade 2, US-Melted, US-Made Titanium, Stainless Steel and Aluminum. Our factory is FDA approved.
Q. Is the metal certified?
A. You betcha! Our materials ship with certification for your review.