Fury EDGE Teardown
Hello there and thanks for tuning into another exciting teardown!
We take apart vaporizers so you can see what they look like on the inside.
By the way, ripping your vaporizer into pieces completely voids your warranty.
The EDGE is one of our most popular vaporizers and rightfully so.
- 40% larger battery than the competition
- Stainless Steel airpath, chamber and heating element
- Extended airpath to make the vapor smoother
- USB-C charging
- Simple operation with lots of features
- Thick outer shell that can take a beating
Those are just some of the features in the EDGE. However like all vaporizers, it's what's inside that counts.
So lets get this vape opened up and see what its made of
The mouthpiece snaps into place.
Ripped apart you can see the mouthpiece core is a glass tube.
Above the glass there is a black piece of silicone which cushions the glass for shock-absorption and also redirects the air to the tip of the mouthpiece
Below the glass you have another silicon cushion for more of that shock-absorption
And a screen with a silicone ring to keep the connection between the mouthpiece and base airtight
The LCD screen has a vanity cover that tints the actual display
Below the display there are two screws that connect the chassis to the shell
Buttons, you know what buttons do......
The chassis has a divider wall that separates your electronics from the chamber.
The outer shell is kirksite with a rubberized layer, which looks sexy and makes the EDGE easier to grip.
20600 LiPo Battery
The upgraded 265000 9.6 what hour Lithium Polymer is one of the major improvements over the upgrades from the original Fury 2, which has a 40% smaller battery.
The Display is also similar to the fury 2 however it does have some important upgrades, such as the USB-C Charging, addition of haptic feedback (it vibrates) and updated firmware
The stainless steel air-path and heating element are insulated with a cotton wrap and the outer housing.
There is a small piece of dielectric tape wrapped around the outside of the airpath, this adhesive-free tape holds the thermometer probe next to the chamber
This stainless Steel parts are pressure fitted into place, making them nice and secure, also a pain in the arse to rip apart.
Here is that temperature probe. You see this part used in most vaporizers.
It took a little work with the dremel and some prying apart with pliers to get these parts opened up.
It was worth it though, now we can see the stainless steel heating element
Aside from a small ceramic piece that directs airflow, the entire chamber is metal, mostly stainless steel except for a small ring that holds the parts into place.
We like well built vaporizers and in our opinion the Fury EDGE is one of the better examples.
That being said, we are here to start the conversation, not finish it.
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