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23 may 2017

HOW TO USE: HYDROLOGY9

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HOW TO USE: HYDROLOGY9

Revolutionary in design and engineering, the Hydrology9 is a powerhouse portable vaporizer that delivers a high-precision performance. Every feature showcases the ingenuity of the design; the user has total control via temperature, airflow and materials. With an array of temperature settings, excellent battery life, remarkably smooth inhalations and sleek design, the Hydrology9 vaporizer is a premium, luxury product.


HOW TO USE:

Fill the clear cylinder with water so to filter your vapor prior to consumption. Once your oven has been loaded and your chosen temperature has been achieved, pull on the bong-like mouthpiece. The borosilicate glass mouthpiece sits comfortably on the lips and is topped off with a protective magnetic lid.

The magnetic lid is supremely dope because it'll keep all your herbal lil' guys safe from escape.One of the most leading-edge features of the Hydrology9 is a rotational dial located at the bottom of the vaporizer that allows you to stir the herb in the oven without opening the entire chamber. With a simple twist the built-in stir tool will refresh so you won’t have to reload! HOLLLAAAA!

Two separate air intake vents allow you to adjust the airflow to your personal preference. Constructed from premium materials, such as space-grade anodized aluminum, Japanese cookware-grade porcelain and German silicon, the Hydrology9 will deliver exceptional vapor quality and a pure taste.


TIPS AND TRICKS:

Here are a few tips and tricks to make each experience with the Hydrology9 a heightened one:

  1. Do not blow into the device! Air pressure directed into the device will cause water leakage from the bottom
  2. If the units leaks, gently twist to tighten up all of the pieces


LED TEMP GUIDE:

Blue - Lowest Temp

Yellow - 2nd Temp

Orange - 3rd Temp

Purple - 4th Temp

Red - Highest Temp

Green Means GO!


BATTERY LIFE DISPLAY:

Green - FULL

Blue - HALF

Red - LOW



Hydrology9

May 232017
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