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  1. #61
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    Default Re: OAV Propane Gaget

    Quote Originally Posted by enjambres View Post
    Get a lighter battery!
    Or get something with a built-in handle. I have this for jump-starting cars, and it also works great to power my vaporizer:

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    It's also a really good jump-starter.
    Painted Peacock Manor, Palos Verdes, CA

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  3. #62
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    ann arbor, mi
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    Default Re: OAV Propane Gaget

    Quote Originally Posted by IAmTheWaterbug View Post
    Or get something with a built-in handle. I have this for jump-starting cars, and it also works great to power my vaporizer:

    71x8G6clZDL._SL1500_.jpg

    It's also a really good jump-starter.

    how many treatments are you getting out of a charge?

  4. #63
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    Default Re: OAV Propane Gaget

    Hi b.b, watched your video again. Thanks for the comment back. Are you still using this, and mite counts currently. I'm doing also now. Thanks, rich

  5. #64
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    Default Re: OAV Propane Gaget

    My version of "OAV propane gadget" now has more massive 1" stainless steel threaded plug for wand and digital thermometer with alert function.

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    Evaporation (old picture)
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  6. #65
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    Cincinnati, OH
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    I still use mine. The past 2 seasons I have used thymol in the summer when I pull my honey supers, then I use the OA between thanksgiving and new year. The hives are as close to broodless as they get this time of year. Mite counts stay low through the spring and early summer this way. It’s a system that has kept my bees alive and my schedule a little less stretched.
    Mistakes are the best taechers

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