Hey guys, it’s Sneaky Pete here and today I want to show you the Terp Torch. This is a brand-new vaporizer that will be used with any 14mm water piece to give you a super powerful, really affordable, full-convection vaporizer. Now, it certainly reminds you of a soldering iron, and that’s because this is built around one, however it’s super interesting with how they’ve approached this, so let’s take a look at the new Terp Torch and see if it’s the right one for you!
Keep it green, keep it sneaky,
This soldering iron is not something that they just bought off the shelf; they tried a whole bunch of different pre-existing tools and ended up having one modified specifically by the manufacturer to suit this purpose.
Inside of the heart of a number of vaporizers you will find a very similar set up; they use a ceramic heating rod to provide the heating for the vaporization process. With this vaporizer, they simply took that concept and got it to its very roots with this ultra-simple design.
Aside from the Terp Torch itself, you also get a handy stir and tamping tool, as well as a glass piece that is 18mm female to 14mm male. It functions as your bowl and as a water pipe adaptor, and then you get a Keck Clip to hold it all together.
It also includes a super basic little stand. I’d highly recommend considering the extra stand that they sell, I think it’s a must have accessory for this one, as this vape is hot and the stand is as perfunctory as can be.
Assembly & Preparation for First Use
This vaporizer comes unassembled. If you hate DIY projects then this might not be the vaporizer for you. I’m not the best at that kind of stuff so I was a little concerned, but after watching the assembly video it was actually super easy and took under two minutes.
I don’t think people are going to struggle with this one, and once you have completed the basic assembly process, it is good to go. Nothing else is needed from this point forward except to turn it on for 10 minutes at the highest temperature to burn off any manufacturing residue.
The Terp Torch itself is about 8 1/2 inches long, and if you’ve held a soldering iron you will be familiar with the weight and feel of it. The Torch has a digital display which indicates the temperature setting and tells you if the device is on or off, and then there’s also an LED on the light switch to help you see if the device is turned on.
The cord is really long, around 10 feet, and as long as you put your hands where they are supposed to be, it doesn’t get hot or difficult to handle.
I’m not sure why they went with this specific screen design; I find the holes to be quite large and if you stir your load when it is on your water piece, you can end up with all kinds a little bit of flower in the water which can be tough to clean in certain pieces…
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