Da Buddha Vaporizer

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  • Quick Heat-Up Time
  • Durable Construction
  • Hands Free Connection
  • Ceramic Heating Element
  • Includes Padded Storage Bag
  • 100% Convection - No Combustion
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Built by 7th Floor, the Da Buddha Vaporizer is one of the most efficient and cost-effective Vaporizers available today. It was designed for Vaporizer connoisseurs looking for the ultimate vaporizing experience. Each unit is built using only the highest quality components and materials. This vaporizer features the same high quality craftsmanship found in the Silver Surfer and Life Saber Vaporizers. Like these vapes, every Da Buddha is conceived and constructed right here in the USA and features a reliable ceramic heating element and glass-on-glass elements that ensure superior vapor production. By utilizing Ground Glass Connections, the Da Buddha Vaporizer is a Hands Free unit that doesn’t require the user to hold the whip in place. It also utilizes a temperature control system that allows the user to adjust the vaporizing temperature accordingly. The Da Buddha Vaporizer also features a unique cylindrical design which optimizes air resistance and provides a natural cooling effect.

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Unlike many other Whip-Style Vaporizers that utilize a small herbal chamber, the Da Buddha Vaporizer features an extra-wide chamber which allows for a more efficient and effective vaporization process. It’s also capable of reaching vaporization temperatures within 2 minutes. To answer the frustrations of many Vaporizer enthusiasts, the Ground Glass Whip was specially designed to allow for easy removal and insertion of screens. Built in the USA, the Da Buddha Vaporizer comes with a 3 Year Manufacturer’s Warranty and includes a Ground Glass Hands Free Wand, 3 ft. of Vinyl Tubing, Glass Mouthpiece and a SSV stir stick. Each unit also includes a Free Padded Storage Bag for protecting the Vaporizer during travel.

How the Da Buddha Works

Simply switch on the Da Buddha and adjust the control knob to your desired temperature. We recommend setting it to the 2 o’clock position for optimal results. While Da Buddha is heating up you can grind your blends and load them into the wand. Within 2-4 minutes (depending on your heat setting) you should see the ceramic heating element glowing which means Da Buddha is at the selected temperature and ready to use. Connect the glass wand to the heater cover and draw slowly on the other end of the whip for about 5-8 seconds to achieve a healthy inhalation.  Da Buddha Vaporizer utilizes Ground Glass hands-free operation which means users don’t need to hold the whip up to the heater cover while vaporizing.

How to Clean and Maintain the Da Buddha

To make sure your Da Buddha functions properly, we advise you to regularly clean and maintain your vaporizer’s essential components. The stainless steel screens and whip tubing should be replaced every 2-3 months depending on how often it’s used. Soak the glass pieces in Orange Chronic or Agent Orange to remove any contaminants or residue that may have accumulated.  When you are not using the Da Buddha, we recommend unplugging and placing it out of reach of children. If you plan to travel with the Da Buddha, we include a padded storage bag with every purchase in order to protect your Da Buddha vaporizer while in transit.

  • 1 x Ground Glass Wand
  • 1 x 3 ft. Vinyl Tubing
  • 1 x Glass Mouthpiece
  • 1 x SSV Stir Stick
  • 1 x Replacement Screens
  • 1 x Instruction Manual
  • 1 x Padded Storage Bag

Da Buddha Vaporizer Additional Information

Warranty Info: 3 Year Warranty - Heating Element
Note: Glass Components are not covered under the warranty.
Dimensions: 7.85 x 11.75 x 13.25 in.
Weight: 3.10 lbs.
Vaporizer Type: Whip-Style
Vaporizer Compatibility: Herbs
Delivery Method: Hands Free
Voltage: 220v
Screen Size: 5/8 Inch

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  • 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful

    Love this vape - for past 3 years!

    I must say, this little guy has lasted! Through three moves, two dogs and a baby, it just keeps going. The vape comes through clean, the effect is calming; it is in daily use I tell you. Can be a little tricky to get the best use of it.

    Biggest tip: STIR the herbs in the wand every few minutes to keep from combusting! Also, keep twisting the tube when it is inserted. Never let your herbs just sit--they burn faster and less evenly. Oh! And ALWAYS use a GRINDER to crush your herbs. Honestly it's the best way!

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  • 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful

    Very cost effective

    I had ordered another portable from Vapornation that wasn't in stock. Vapornation was super great about offering me another product but I decided to try a desktop for the first time. My favorites were my Arizer Solo and Air before getting the Da Buddah. This thing beats the Arizer in that it uses much less product and gets me 2x as high. What more could you want?! Vapornation gave me a super great deal and tossed in some free stuff to make up for the wait on the stuff that wasn't in stock. I turn the knob to about the 3 o'clock position for 90 seconds to heat up the glass cover. Then I put the wand in the cover and turn the knob back to the 2 o'clock position for the ultimate draws. I'm honestly not sure how I survived without this product before now! Thanks again Vapornation for being so awesome!!!

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  • 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful

    You Want Da Buddha

    First I want to say I LOVE my Buddha Vape! I've had tried numerous vaporizers for example: the box vape, hand held vapes, vapes with the bags, and da buddha is the best by far! First time using it I was skeptical because at the time I preferred papers and the vaporizers I've tried weren't enjoyable and da Buddha blew me away, I love the way it worked I bought myself one few months after. I've owned my vaporizer for a few years and it has held up great. Only parts I've had to replace was a wand & heat cover due to me not being more gentle with the glass. Replacing the parts is super easy and the parts are not that expensive. I also bought more tubing because if you use your vape often the tubing gets dirty. You will not be disappointed.

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  • 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful

    Love this thing

    This little thing is awesome, took me about 3 days to learn it but after that, i always get fat vape hits and use only a small amount of the marijuana.

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  • 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful

    Better than a referal.

    I got my Budda in 2009 on the advise of a Physician Assistant and have used it daily. My Doctors check my breathing all the time with a pat on the back (and not to get me breathing again OK). I just bought this one for a friend. BTW I'm 70 years old.

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Q: Do you have shipments for Mexico?

Asked By Braulio on August 26, 2018

A: Braulio, Yes, we can ship the Da Buddha Vaporizer to Mexico. -VaporNation

Q: I recently received my Da Buddha and in the packaging I found a small filter-like disk inside of a small bag (pictured above) and also 1 small, circular, nut-like metal piece (not packaged but found inside the glass housing near the heating element). These two items are not covered in the product description and I want to be sure they aren't to be installed somehow prior to using the Da Buddha. Can someone tell me what these items might be? Thanks!

Asked By Ben on July 11, 2018

A: Ben, We cannot see the images you're describing in your post about the Da Buddha Vaporizer. Please call 888.321.VAPOR (8276). -VaporNation

Q: what is the different in a EU plug, and a UK plug. I already own one of the Da Buddha's and don't recall this question. so which do I check?

Asked By Paulette Redman on March 06, 2018

A: Hey Paulette, while the EU and UK plugs with Da Buddha Vaporizer supply similar voltages, they are entirely different plugs. The EU plug features a two prong design, with rounded prongs. The UK plug features a three prong design, with flat, rectangular prongs. Hope this helps, VaporNation

Q: What is the temperature range and how would you tell what temperature it's at?

Asked By Sean on December 06, 2017

A: 7th Floor intentionally kept the temperature range mysterious so users have to get around a little learning curve to find the right settings for their preferred clouds. Da Buddha features a clock-based heating knob. Turning clockwise to 2 o-clock gives you moderate hits, while 3 o'clock and above give you robust draws.

Q: Does heating element go bad

Asked By Steve on May 07, 2017

A: Hey Steve, the high-quality, ceramic heating chamber used on Da Buddha Vaporizer is intended for long term usage, and 7th Floor Vapes offer a 3 year warranty. That being said, vaporizer longevity is highly-dependent on the maintenance performed on it. Vaporizers will require some light cleaning and care to ensure they are operating at peak functionality. Thanks for the question, VaporNation

Q: I am looking for a more flexable hose for my da buddha table top vaporiizer. Something with a thin membrane inside of a fibre hose maybe? Can you direct me somewhere?

Asked By Rick Johnson on February 12, 2017

A: Hi Rick, Good question. First off, you'll need a 13mm whip tube to fit Da Buddha. And you'll need to use it with Da Buddha ground glass connection. You can check out our Vaporizer Tubing page for more options. Alternatively, you can bend your Da Buddha tubing to make it more flexible! Sometimes it takes awhile to wear in new whip tubing. Best Wishes, The VaporNation Team

Q: Is bag machine washable?

Asked By Kat on January 05, 2017

A: Hi Kat, Da Buddha vaporizer storage bag is machine washable. Since it's made of hemp, a gentle wash in cold water is ideal. Best Wishes, The VaporNation Team

Q: Do you have the DaBuddha Vaporizer that works on 220 volt current? Do you ship overseas (Israel)? If yes, how much is the cost for shipping?

Asked By Daniel Kovnat on December 26, 2016

A: Hi Daniel, We do ship to Israel. However we only stock the American 110 volt Da Buddha vaporizer. However, you can use this converter to use Da Buddha outside of the US. https://www.vapornation.com/international-step-down-converter.html Best Wishes, The VaporNation Team

Q: I bought it to use in 110 volts countries but now I moved to a 220 volts one. Is there a power converter/transformer that you recommend? Ps: I love this Vape!

Asked By Fabio on June 03, 2016

A: Yes, we recommend this converter - https://www.vapornation.com/international-step-down-converter.html

Q: Can i buy a replacement whip kit for my da buddha? I also could use some screens. Thanks.

Asked By dennis dube on February 21, 2016

A: A replacement whip kit for Da Buddha vaporizer can be found on our site here: https://www.vapornation.com/da-buddha-whip-kit.html Replacement screens (5/8" for Da Buddha) can be found on our site here: https://www.vapornation.com/replacement-screens.html

Q: Would this be able to be plugged into a vehicle if one has the outlet or converter?

Asked By jay on January 24, 2015

A: Yes, it will require a 12V to three prong plug converter for operation.

Q: Is the heater stand New Style (Tension Rods) or Old Style (Shims)?

Asked By Steve on January 07, 2015

A: The new Tension Rod design.

Q: What sort of maintenance is required for the Da Buddha Vaporizer?

Asked By Karen B. on November 18, 2013

A: We recommend that you clean the screen inside your Da Buddha wand every 1-2 weeks for optimal performance.

Q: How often do I need to replace my tubing?

Asked By Ivan R. on November 18, 2013

A: Depending on usage, we recommend that you replaced the tubing every 2-4 months.

Q: Is this vaporizer easily portable?

Asked By Danny T. on November 18, 2013

A: The Da Buddha Vaporizer comes with a padded travel case that makes it easily transportable to any destination.

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Safety Instructions

  • Be very careful when the Da Buddha is turned on. The Da Buddha gets HOT, and the heater (glass and ceramic) gets really, really hot and will burn you very bad if you touch it! Do not touch the heater for any reason when the SSV is turned on, it is extremely HOT!
  • Keep the Da Buddha away from combustible materials including but not limited to paper, plastic and fabric or anything else you might think could catch fire.
  • Do not place the Da Buddha where it can be tipped or could fall over.
  • Keep out of reach of children and pets. Never leave unattended with a child in the vicinity.
  • Do not let hair or any loose clothing come in contact with the heat source as it may catch fire.
  • Never leave the Aroma Dish on when it has potential to be tipped or knocked over as hot oils can burn and stain.


How it works

Briefly, the vaporizer allows a person to inhale essential ingredients without the use of fire. The Da Buddha vaporizer uses hot air to warm the plant matter until active ingredients are heated high enough until they boil, vaporize and are absorbed by the air. Instead of using fire to burn the ingredients out of the plant matter, our product releases the ingredients quickly and efficiently without ingredient losses, tar, and odor associated with smoking.

The Da Buddha vaporizer warms up once and is ready for the rest of the day as long as it is supervised. The glass hand piece (wand) is packed lightly, not more than 1/3 full, or around 1/4 inch. As soon as the hand piece (wand) is connected with the heating element of the vaporizer, the user inhales instant vapor through the tube! Vapor goes in clear and is exhaled as a big cloud of white mist. Your lungs are saved as they are not inhaling the plant ash and tar. The standard size hand piece offers about 4-7 big inhales before the material dries and becomes brown. Stir it up and try again or unload the hand piece. The user blows through the tube to expel the spent material into a container or trash.

Note: Getting the right vapor draw is a science. Da Buddha owners learn their machine in about 1 week (usually less). Get used to packing very small amounts, fluffed up slightly. We recommend the following procedure:


Operating Instructions

Step 1: Turn on the Da Buddha unit to full power for 2-3 minutes (there will be a red/orange glow within a minute but the glass needs to heat up also). On the first initial start up wait ten minutes for any oils to burn off of the heating element. The smoke is from hand oils and other oils from manufacturing.

Step 2: Turn the Da Buddha’s power back about 1/4-1/2 the full power and the unit should be ready to use all day. For the first use you should try a lower setting and gradually turn the Da Buddha up until vaporization occurs. This will insure that you do not have the Da Buddha turned up to high. After some use, you will be able to find a perfect setting for the Da Buddha. Do not let your materials turn black as this is combustion and that is not what you want.

Step 3: Grind up while the unit is heating. You can use a grinder, knife or fingers, but make sure that the material is broken up.

Step 4: Place into the wand. You can accomplish this by using your fingers and putting it in or sucking up the ground through the wand. Do not fill the wand too much (1/3” or around 1/4” full is the maximum you want to put in there). You can use as little or as much as you like. Try not to fill the wand so much that when you vaporize the tobacco is touching the heater.
NOTE: You do not need to use much material here. I recommend placing enough in the wand to cover the screen with about 1/8-1/4 of an inch of material. Don't sweat it, you will figure it out quickly.

Step 5: Place the whip up to the heating element and inhale air (draw) a full breath. If when you exhale you see a white mist, you are in the zone you want to be. If there is no mist, inhale more slowly or turn up the Da Buddha unit a little bit. You can control the amount of vapor created by varying the intensity and duration of air you inhale. Inhaling slower lets the air pass by the heater longer increasing the temperature of the air. The faster you inhale the less time air is heated so the air is a little cooler. Practice makes perfect. This is one reason there are no numbers because every user inhales different and I believe you are smart enough to remember the perfect location.

Note: Make sure that you are not inhaling too slowly or the unit is too hot. The tobacco that you are vaporizing will catch fire. If the material is black it might be turned up a little too high. You'll get the hang!

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