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Who’s the Flip Brick For?
The Flip Brick takes everything you love about its Sticky Brick brothers, and mates it with glass! It sits upright when you’re not using it, with an adapter that flips into place when you’re ready to vape. The Flip Brick is for anyone who wants to experience the Sticky Brick difference with their favorite piece of glass, and doesn’t mind the manual heating.
Fits Most Glass
The Flip Brick comes with both 14mm and 18mm male connectors to fit ground glass connections right out of the box.
The Flip Brick can pump out thick, flavorful hits usually reserved for large desktop rigs, no cords or batteries required. Don’t let its unique form fool you. Once you dial in your technique, you’ll be blown away.
The Flip Brick is powered with a single flame torch, putting you in full control of the heat up. Change the distance of the flame or your draw speed to create different results and temperatures. Pair a slow draw with a close flame for dense hits, or a fast draw with a distant flame for flavorful vapor. Multi-flame torches work, but aren’t necessary with the Sticky Brick lineup.
Sticky Bricks bring the heat with massive hits. After you’ve finished this review, you’ll know which one suits your needs.
Instant Heat Up
The Flip Brick produces vapor in as little as three to four seconds. You can’t get any faster than that. Torch and go!
Great For Big or Small Bowls
Sticky Bricks are some of the most versatile vaporizers on the market. Each one can hold as much as 0.3 grams, or as little as 0.1 grams, and still kick out huge flavor.
The Flip Brick is very efficient, and only cooks your herbs when you inhale. Take as much time as you’d like to go through a bowl. Start one in the morning, and finish it off later in the day.
Each Sticky Brick comes with a stainless steel pad for concentrates. Load the pad into the heating chamber and drop your concentrate on top. Fire up the torch and begin inhaling.
Quality-Built in the US
Each Sticky Brick is handmade in the US, with quality materials, and comes in three different types of wood. The durable, hardwood construction can last a lifetime, and the thick Simax Borosilicate glass is dense and full of flavor. Maintenance and assembly is simple and easy, thanks to the magnetic connections.
Sticky Brick vaporizers are covered by a lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects. All glass is covered by a 15-day warranty against manufacturer defects. As with all vaporizers purchased from Planet of the Vapes, you are also covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
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What's in the box
- Single flame torch lighter (shipped empty)
- One stainless stir stick
- Two wooden sticks
- Six screens
- Two Restrictor Discs (one installed)
- One Sticky Pad
- 14.4mm and 18.8mm male glass connectors
- User manual
- Height: 4” - closed, 6.25” - open
- Width: 2.75”
- Depth: 1.37”
- Weight: 7.2oz
- Manual temperature control
- Lifetime warranty - manufacturer defects
- 15-day warranty on glass - manufacturer defects
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- butane torch
My first vape was the Sticky Brick Runt, and I haven't used anything else since I got it. The water pipe attachment for it is a bent tube. While effective the draw is long and somewhat tedious. That's why I got the Flip Brick, it plays as a perfect manual vaping slide piece. I can't recommend this product line enough. It's perfect for me. Someone who was very hesitant to get away from smoking because battery-powered vapes weren't doing it for him. These bricks are giant hits, and even though there is a learning curve with the butane torch, I dialed that in within a few days. BIG, CHEWY vape hits. Get one.
I bought this thing a few weeks ago. I can sometimes get massive hits from it, and when it works, it’s awesome. But *when* is the keyword here. Most of the time, I will hit this thing anywhere from 3-7 times with no vapor, before it finally seems to heat up enough to where I can actually get vapor out of it. In fact, I just hit it 10 times straight with no vapor, although my herbs are now roasted. It’s kinda ridiculous how much effort you have to put into this just to get a hit out of it. I’m going to be sticking with my PAX bong attachment unless the battery is dead. This hassle is definitely not worth the $100 I spent.
I hear your frustration, Hayden. There is a learning curve with the Sticky Bricks but for most that can get over that curve, it has become their favorite vape. Going to post up a few links here that I'd like you to take a look at and if they don't work out for you, please contact me here so we can discuss further: https://www.planetofthevapes.com/pages/contact-us https://www.planetofthevapes.com/blogs/blog/sticky-brick-vaporizer-quickstart-guide https://www.planetofthevapes.com/blogs/blog/sticky-brick-vaporizers-tips-tricks Take care, Larry
This Sticky Brick. Will hit you like a Brick.
Honestly, Had to really learn how to use it. But after going back to it. It rips hard. And is so potent. At first I was barely getting hits. The angle of the torch was the biggest key for me. I tried about 4 torches but I have the best control with the included “honest brand torch”. The flame just has to be closer to the intake than reviews show. (For me anyway) I got mine during 420 and at $75 I thought it was worth a try. I was right. People give the flip a lot of **** online but it’s great quality. It really is beautiful with Strong magnets. It’s fun just to pull apart. This is apparently the most difficult brick to master. They did increased the length of the intake for the flip by 33% (to help limit combustion while heating). Idk but I think it’s too long, and makes it more difficult. I really would like to try the other intake options that are a little smaller. Sometimes it is really hard to get the flame just right. I took out the restricter discs but almost combusted instantly, so I would leave them in until you get the feel of it. Overall, I’m very happy with the flip, and often choose it over some of my battery vapes. It really makes me want to try more Bricks. I’d like to get the Hydro Maxx but idk if it’s too close to the flip. I just always use water pieces. After my rambling if you wanna try a StickyBrick, this is the cheapest way to do it. And quality is unmatched.