DISCONTINUED Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem
DISCONTINUED Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem
DISCONTINUED Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem
DISCONTINUED Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem
DISCONTINUED Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem
DISCONTINUED Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem

Ascent Vaporizer Wooden Stem
$49.95

Vapour Quality: 87 %

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Description

If there's one thing an Ascent user has to contend with, it's broken glass stems!

These unique blackwood stems for the Ascent make it a hardier machine, eliminating the fragile nature of glass and enhancing the overall vaping experience with Earthy flavours and cooler vapour. These stems are custom made and hand-carved by Ed's Tote 'n Tokes and come as a complete set with an outer and inner stem. Simply insert just as you would the Ascent's usual glass set with a screen inserted in the bottom stem to ensure that no particles are inhaled through the top.

Each use brings about a nuance that accentuates the experience every time. Vapour is crisper and cooler and has a unique taste.

 

Changing the Screen:

This wooden stem for the Ascent comes with a small stainless steel screen that fits inside the rubber oval-shaped hole at the bottom of your Ascent's air path. It does not go inside the stem itself.

To remove this screen, simply insert something long and thin (like a poker tool or a pen) through the top of your Ascent's air path and push it out. When replacing the screen, bend it slightly into a "taco" shape and press it into the rubber grommet area at the base of your Ascent’s air path. You can use a poker tool or anything narrow and pointy to help push the screen back into place. The edges of the rubber should create a seal around the screen to keep it in place.

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