F.A.Q.

WE ANSWER YOUR QUESTIONS

We have collected the main questions that appeared on the various social networks and that you have asked these days. Below we will try to answer in the most thorough way possible, hoping to solve all your doubts. 
Continue following us on the various social channels and don’t hesitate to ask new questions to which we will be pleased to answer.      The Convex team


ON WHICH ATOMS AND BOXES CAN I INSTALL CONVEX?

In principle, CONVEX can be installed on any atom provided with an attachment for the 510 drip-tip and obviously on any box that supports the atom.

If we want to keep the aesthetic appearance, we suggest installing CONVEX on an all-in-one box (such as Billet Box, ArteryPal, HiFlask di Wimec e similari) or on some electronic pipe with atoms suitable for the dimensions (18/22 mm).

However, beyond the aesthetic matter, we advise against using atoms with a too long smokestack since, having to travel more “road”, the vapor will lose, besides the heat, also the capacity to extract the arom of the solid inserted in the CONVEX chamber.

WHAT PRODUCTS CAN I INSERT IN THE CONVEX?

Basically, we could insert in the chamber any solid product that has aromatization. In order to have an optimal aromatic yield consider that the greater the olfactory sensation perceived is by smelling the product, greater will be the arom released by Convex. If for instance you used dry fruit, the aromatic yield wouldn’t be sufficiently satisfying, as walnuts, hazelnuts, almonds, even if perceived in terms of taste, eating them, they are not if we “smell” them. Same goes for liquorice roots. Different is the case of the very perfumed tisanes, star anise, chamomile ... They have a very characteristic perfume and the aromatic yield with convex is remarkable.

The same applies to tobacco products. Although perceptions are very subjective, we firstly advise you not to use drum or cigarette tobaccos, as they are heavily chemically treated. The ideal would be to use the tobacco leaves for their purity, but we obtain much more satisfactory results using pipe cutters, better if "dark".

What we strongly advise against is to use easily and quickly perishable material, such as ripe fruit and citrus peel. Despite having a good aromatic yield, organic decomposition, in these cases is quite fast and therefore we do not recommend the use. No problem with "dry" solids instead. Some may wonder if the solid when moistened, it is possible to inhale bacteria. The presence of propylene glycol has an antibacterial function.

IS IT POSSIBLE TO EXTRACT THE “ACTIVE SUBSTANCE” OF THE SOLID INSERTED IN THE CONVEX?

The active substances are extracted at certain temperatures, which are difficult to reach with Convex. It remains clear that the perception of active substances, such as nicotine or CBD, is very subjective. From the opinions obtained from our customers, in fact there are users who have felt the nicotine hit, simply by using tobacco with a neutral base without nicotine; others, on the other hand, although they perceived it, did not obtain satisfaction and others that did not perceive it at all. In any case it is not possible to stabilize in what quantity any active substance is extracted, as there are too many variable factors that determine its extraction (type of coil material, wattage used, atom used, quantity of vapor...).
The advice is to carry out all the tests until you find a correct balance between the active substance released by the solid and the one released by the liquid (with the addition, if considered necessary, of a nicotine booster or crystallized CBD)

WICH CONFIGURATION DOES CONVEX WORK BETTER WITH?

Also in this case there is no "absolute" answer. Everything that is part of vaping is extremely subjective. But we can say that the best aromatic yield, in our numerous tests, was detected when using resistances between 0.30 and 0.50 ohm at a wattage of around 25/30 watts, with a medium range of contrast. In other words, a sort of "reduced" flavor chasing. This is because the vapor produced is enough for a correct extraction of the aroma. But I repeat: it is not a rule that can apply to everyone. The beauty of Convex is that it can be experimented with various systems, giving you the possibility to look for the configuration (atom, coil material, ohm, wattage, etc.) that satisfies you the most. It is clear that for the aroma extraction process to be satisfactory, the main discriminating factor is the quality of the solid that you decide to introduce into the chamber.
However, we feel to advise against using atoms from cloud chasing, especially if activated at high wattages. The excessive quantity of vapor that would be introduced into Convex would lead to an excessive production of condensate which, in a short time, would risk percolating in the atom; moreover, the excessive humidity will lead to a more rapid deterioration of the solid inserted in convex

HOW CAN I OBTAIN A HOTTER VAPOR?

As CONVEX is currently conceived, vapor will tend to be lukewarm or in some cases cold. It is possible to implement some stratagems that can increase the temperature of the vapor, such as the use of certain complex resistive wires or more simply by using atoms with the short smokestacks, or by applying it directly on RDA atoms (MTL) where the path that the vapor must do is shorter. Intensive use will bring the vapor to a higher temperature... but be careful! All I have just described will also lead to an increase in the temperature of the entire Convex. Therefor ... Be careful not to burn yourself!!

We are studying specific add-ons that can keep the heat inside the chamber so that the vapor results hotter!

WHEN DO I CHANGE THE ORGANIC MATERIAL INSIDE CONVEX?

Simply when the aromatic yield is no longer satisfying for you! There are far too many factors that affect aromatic deterioration: from the type of organic product used, to the type of liquid used for vaporization (neutral or flavoured), the quantity of product inserted, the quantity of vapor, etc.… Some say that a refill lasts 20 puffs and there are those who claim to have vaped 10 ml. Both are right. It is like answering a question about the duration of the resistance of a normal coil: don’t you understand that there are too many factors on stage to give a specific duration?

CAN I USE CONVEX TO VAPE AROMA?

Well... CONVEX wasn’t born with the intent to introduce liquids, of any nature, into its own aromatic chamber. However, with the right amount of cotton and a few drops of concentrated aroma you can have an aromatic return similar to the liquid you would get by diluting the aroma in the neutral base. Pay attention to the amount of cotton: if you put too little, the concentrated aroma will risk percolating in the tank. If you put too much it is difficult that the aroma extraction will happen correctly. The use of convex in this way can be useful to get an idea of how the finished liquid will be and to taste the aroma without wasting neutral base. We do not consider appropriate, although the choice remains yours, using it in this way continuously, with the same aroma. The aromatic yield will be almost non-existent if instead of the aroma you put a liquid already diluted or, for example, in the mix series format.

IS IT TRUE THAT WITH CONVEX YOU WANT TO REPLACE THE AROMATISED LIQUIDS?

In the most absolute way... NO! With Convex we want to propose a new vaping experience, to allow you to taste everything you want, without in any way wanting to replace the ready liquids, which we also recommend to use in the tank to give a different aromatic nuance or to emphasize the aroma of the solid you decide to enter the aromatic chamber!

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