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    • iBMe
    • Hippie on hill
      There's a few butane vapes in that price range Vapman, Vapocane, Vaporgenie, Vaponic, Dreamwood dlx, Dynavap Vapcap ....   Everyone needs at least one Vapcap imo         
    • i11
      If a £50 note is all you want to spend then I'd have to recommend the Dynavap M. You'll still use it in years to come when all the others have gone to the recycling centre. I spent 3x that on the titanium version a few years ago. Still one of the better purchases I've made over the years
    • FarmerPalmersNT
      I use maybe 1/4 of the press force at most. The extra force has 2 advantages really, press durability as you are not running it at its limit and also you can squeeze bigger pucks if you want. Bear in mind the effective force on a 3cmx3cm square puck is 4 times greater than say a 6 x 6.   I don't use the drip tech method much now either as I'm squashing fresh every couple of days so don't press much at a time, dripping it is optional! This press is imo the most cost effective out of the box press driptech or otherwise.