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Noble vapor vp110 instructions

The Noble Vapor VP110 is a vaporiser featuring a silver metal body with a glass foot. Blue, red and green LED lights appear once the device is started. Vaporisers are designed to heat up dried herbs, herbal mixes and tobacco and release their contents into an aromatic vapour, getting rid of the toxic elements that make smoking a health hazard. By following a few simple steps, you'll be able to enjoy smoking without the toxic smoke that usually goes along with it.

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  1. Set the heat control dial to 190 degrees Celsius. Wait five minutes for the Noble Vapor VP110 to warm up. Grind the material you're going to be vaporising.

  2. Put between 1/3 and 1/2 centimetre layer of the ground material into the glass whip; the "HOT" warning sticker on the whip should be facing down. Pick up the VP110 and turn it upside down. Slide the tip of the heating element into the fitting chamber, hold them together and place the VP110 back on the table.

  3. Take a few fast and short puffs through the tube. Slow down your breath with each consecutive puff; the vapour will be hotter and stronger if you inhale more slowly. Experiment over time with your breathing and with the ideal temperature to set the device.

  4. Turn down the temperature or inhale more quickly once the material starts to blacken. Turn the set upside down again once the material is spent and disconnect the filling chamber. Use the wooden stir tool to remove any stuck materials.

  5. Tip

    Keep your vaporiser away from flammable materials, as parts of this machine can get extremely hot.

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Things You'll Need

  • Noble Vapor Vp110
  • Tobacco or herbal mix

About the Author

Kevin Bramer

Kevin Bramer, currently living in Champaign, Ill., has been writing critically about fiction and non-fiction literature (everything from aardvarks to zambonis) since 2000. Bramer has an associate's degree in arts and sciences from Kankakee Community College.

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