I have tried concentrate and dry in it but I dont get a lot of vaper with either. Im not sure what I am doing wrong but I have watched videos and read instructions and it doesnt seem to work as good as they claim
To start out vaping on the Ghost MV1, they recommend having your heat settings on low (one flashing amber LED) and moving up until hitting your preferred setting. I personally prefer the Herb High settings (three amber LED's). To change your temperatures, press and hold the Mode Button (positioned above the LEDs on the front of the device) to first display your battery level, release then press and hold again to display your current heat setting indicated by three flashing LED's. Pressing the mode button will now cycle you through all of the heat settings. You can also find all of this information at the following link https://www.ghostvapes.com/media/propcom/ghost/faq/QSG_3_web_ver_6.pdf. You can also mess with the air/draw resistance for the vape by moving the mouthpiece up and down, with all the way up having the least amount of resistance, and all the way down having the most. I personally like it with a little more resistance to make sure that I'm getting a decent amount of vapor. Let me know if any of the above helps you get this device up and running, and if not, someone from Ghost would be more than happy to give you an in-depth, peronalized walk-through of the device. If you have any other questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to ask.
Over hyped. I should have seen this coming since I did hours of research, it was a tie between this or The Mighty and I chose this one. I have used plenty of rigs in the past and recently purchased one of the this thing rips cheap vapes to try so going from that to the Ghost MV1 you'd think I'd be blown away. Vapor quality is good, very smooth, minimal coughing Vapor quantity in my opinion is over hyped Battery is worse than I thought (I knew going in the 8 hour charge time etc) if it gets to the last bar, forget about it, barely produces vapor. Crucibles are cool, can be tedious so be careful I like the app, that's a nice feature There is a learning curve like everyone else said but it's not that bad once you figure it out. At the $300 price point, there's gotta be better vapes, coming from a $50 vape to a $300 "elite" "top of the line" vape only left feeling like the value isn't there is disappointing. I cannot speak about any other vapes except for what I've personally tried, so fingers crossed my next purchase will work out.
Hey James, Thanks for taking the time to review this product. The Ghost MV1, while being a really great device, definitely has a couple of shortcomings. The device definitely benefits greatly from the additional accessories such as the extra battery pack and the fast charger so that you can swap batteries out with ease. Like you mentione, there is also a learning curve to using the device to it's fullest potential, but once you get the heat settings dialed in, the mouthpiece height just right, and the draw technique dialed in, you can get some dense and tasty vapor. We would definitely recommend checking out some of the videos that Ghost Vapes have over at https://www.ghostvapes.com/help-videos to get the best use out of this device. If you have any other questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to reach out to us or someone over at Ghost Vapes.
Overpriced and overrated
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