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  1. #1
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    Default OA Vaporizer

    Would appreciate your opinions on OA vaporizers. Planning on purchasing one and am leaning towards the Varrox Vaporizer ( seems like a well built unit and price is not out of line). I would like to hear pros/cons of this unit and any others that you all might be using. Thanks.

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    Best choice for a wand is the Varrox. I got a couple and had no issues after lots of use

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    The Varrox is the only all steel/stainless steel water "dunkable" vaporizer on the market. Get's my vote!

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    go with the Varrox for a more robust and dependable wand.

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    The Varrox!

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    I have the OxaVap and it has worked flawlessly.

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    I'll go against the grain here.

    I say build your own and if you can't, buy one who makes them here in America. You can easily find one built here for less than half the cost.
    www.facebook.com/hives2honey Oxalic Vaporizers, supplement and more!!!!!! Check me out.

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    I use the heilyser vaporizer wand. Takes a licking and keeps on ticking.
    Water dunkable too.

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    The Varrox, nothing else.

    Enj.

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    Varrox
    If you only have a hammer, you tend to see every problem as a nail.
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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    I got my Varrocleaner from Oxavap. Best beekeeping investment I have made. Would I buy it again? Absolutely! It has paid for itself not only through the cost of the treatments, but in the costs of not having to buy more bees. I am sure the Varrox is a very fine tool and the top of the line for it's market. If you are only going to have a few hives and want to save a few bucks, the Varrocleaner is a really good choice. The removable entrance sealer is not wide enough to block and 8 frame hive or attached very well (duct tape to the rescue) but is a really useful addition for blocking the entrance quickly.

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    I'll go with the majority here and echo the Varrox by OxyVap. Number one in my book. You can build them but I have heard of a lot of people
    having issues moderating the temps and causing problems. Why reinvent the wheel when it's already here.

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    Default Re: OA Vaporizer

    Varrox is the one. Where you buy your OA seems to be the problem.
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