Available for Pre-Order, expected to ship Dec. 7th
Le Firefly 2 est l'un des vaporisateurs les plus innovateurs de tous les temps. Il présente un chauffage sur demande pour une production de vapeur quasi-instantanée et peut être modifié en utilisant une application mobile sur votre téléphone pour une session encore plus personnalisée.
9.6Qualité de la VapeurQualité de la Vapeur
9.4Qualité de la FabricationQualité de la Fabrication
8.3Marge de températureMarge de température
7.0Autonomie de la batterieAutonomie de la batterie
Battery7.4 V Lithium-Ion (amovible)
Temps Chauffage10 seconds
TempératureTempérature maximale 260C
Garantie2 ans avec le manufacturier
VersionsNov 2016 (modèle le plus récent)
MateriauxPassage de vapeur en borosilicate, coquille en aluminium anodisé
Caracteristiques PrincipalesVapeur sur demande Compatible avec application Bluetooth
What’s up guys, this is Mike for TVape TV. Great choice getting the Firefly 2! Let’s go over some quick cleaning tips to ensure you get tasty vapour with this unit, every time. First, we’ll go over the materials you’ll need, then we’ll get into cleaning and maintenance.
Before you start cleaning your Firefly 2, make sure you have:
- Your firefly 2 cleaning brush
- The included cleaning wipes or ZEUS Grime Wipes; and
- The included cleaning picks or ZEUS Bristle Pipe cleaners
The Firefly 2 is really easy to clean; all you need to do is care for the heating chamber, vapour path and mouthpiece.
Before you start cleaning, be sure to remove the battery and ensure that the unit is no hotter than room temperature.
To clean the heating chamber, use your cleaning pick or ZEUS bristle pipe cleaner to remove any particulate matter, and then wipe it down with your cleaning wipe or ZEUS grime wipe. Make sure not to use your unit until the chamber is completely dry.
For the vapour path, use another cleaning wipe or ZEUS Grime wipe to clean the surface of the chasis and lid. Avoid wiping the silicon gasket on the lid, as it is very delicate.
You can clean the mouthpiece by gently wiggling it out of the body of the Firefly 2. Then use your cleaning pick or ZEUS Bristle Pipe Cleaner to remove any remaining particulate. To put the mouthpiece back on, gently wiggle it back into place until you feel it click.
For best care, we recommend you brush out your heating chamber after each use with your Firefly 2 cleaning brush. This’ll help get out any extra particles and prep your unit for your next session.
And that’s it! We hope you enjoy your Firefly 2 and thanks for watching! If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to give us a shout. Cheers and as always, keep vapin’!
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Dislikes: Hugely expensive. Battery life is atrocious, and discreetness is nil (you look like a teenager hitting a bowl). Bulky charging dock. Have to stir herb halfway through session.
I bought the FF2 locally about a month ago, and I'm not 100% convinced as to the wisdom of this purchase. Vapour tastes very good for the first few draws (at lower temp setting, anyway) but is never very dense, in those conditions. Even then, my herb scorches at the bottom if I don't take it out and stir it every 3-4 draws as recommended in the user manual, which takes away both discreetness and usability points.
And the vapour just isn't that thick or satisfying most of the time, unless I fire it up for multiple consecutive draws. I usually reach about 4 draws until the buttons become too hot to hold: then you can swap fingers but the unit usually overheats at this point anyway (even in cool 10-15C climate) and I have to set it down for a few minutes. This multiple-hit technique is the only way I get dense vapour from it.
You can't use it with gloves on because the touch buttons require skin contact. And it's just not as discreet as the PAX2/3 or Crafty are. The battery is only 28.5% of the capacity of the Crafty, at 770mAh vs. 2700mAh respectively, and surprisingly has only slightly less stamina than the Crafty. The only advantage to this is that you'll get 3.5x more charges (at least in theory) from the same USB power bank (or quicker solar charging?), if you ever take this thing off-grid for a few days at a time.
And TVape, I love you guys, even though you told me on the phone that you couldn't change the temperature on-unit and had to use the app. Fortunately, this is not true, but you really have to know how to go about it (secret button sequences!).