SWITCH Support

SWITCH

SWITCH Introduction

The SWITCH is our first induction heating unit capable of vaporizing oil or leaf materials with precise power and carefully calibrated temperature profiles. Induction heating is significantly faster than any other heating method currently available and designed to create an even heating surface temperature with less hot-spots, providing a consistent flavor during the vaporizing experience. There are no electrical connections to the heating element that can wear out or break over time. All these induction heating benefits work together to give you a totally unique, precise and practical vaporizing experience. The SWITCH has a quality tactile satin finish which feels as soft as silicone and can easily be gripped. 


The Basics

Multiple Modes for Multiple Materials:
Leaf Mode
Oil Mode
Advanced Mode (25 Heat Settings for Oil & Leaf)
Crystal Mode (Additional Accessory Required)


Precision Heating Induction Cups:
White Ceramic
Black Ceramic
Crystal/Quartz (Sold Separately)
Smooth Ceramic (Sold Separately)
Sapphire (Sold Separately)
SIC (Sold Separately)


Customizable Hold Times:
Need more heat for longer? Set your own hold time that works best for you!


Self Cleaning Mode:
A high energy heat cycle that burns away any remaining residue in the Ceramic Induction Cups.

Self Cleaning Cycle

Standby Lighting:
25 LED Light Show Options
Stealth Mode (No Top Lights)

Standby Light Options

Glass Percolator Attachment:
50mm Ground Glass Fitting
Beautiful Hourglass Profile
Heavy Duty Borosilicate

Stylish Design: 
Quality Tactile Satin Finish 
Solid Foundation 
Simple & Intuitive Interface


Technical Specs:
Output Power up to 120 watts
Battery Capacity of 33.3 watt-hours
64kb memory
LiFePO4 non-volatile battery cells built into battery pack (non-explosive batteries, one of the safest on the market)
Pass through charging
Over-voltage, over-current, under-voltage, over-temperature, short-circuit, and reverse-polarity protection built into the unit



How to use your SWITCH

User Guide

1. Fill glass attachment with water and place on Switch unit.

2. Load induction cup and place inside heating chamber with included tweezers.

3. Select mode by flipping the switch to oil or leaf mode. 

4. Select power with (+) or (-) buttons. Battery level is indicated with Pink LEDs once power level is confirmed. 

5. Place carb cap on glass attachment and press (GO) button. Enjoy Vapor. 

We recommend using all included silicone seals (Carb Cap Seal & Glass Attachment Seal) for maximum vapor production. 

Your SWITCH has standard oil and flower modes, advanced mode, and crystal mode. 

Advanced Mode

To access advanced mode, start with the switch in the OFF position. Hold the (GO) button and power your device on by switching it to either Leaf or Oil mode to enter the corresponding advanced mode. The front LEDs will illuminate in a Rainbow pattern indicating the device is in advanced mode. Advanced mode is included for those who want more flexibility in fine tuning ideal temperatures. 

Crystal Mode

To access crystal mode, the Switch must be powered down from advanced mode. To enter crystal mode, press and hold the (+) button and power on the device by flipping the power switch to either Leaf or Oil. The front LEDs will illuminate White indicating crystal mode. 

To return to advanced mode from crystal mode, press and hold the (+) button while the device is in the off position, then power the device on by flipping the power switch to either Leaf or Oil mode. To return to standard mode from advance mode, power down the device from advance mode. Press and hold the (GO) button while the device is in the off position, then power the device on by flipping the power switch to either Oil or Flower. The front LEDs will illuminate Yellow for standard oil mode and Green for standard flower mode. 

Training Hold Time

In advanced and crystal modes, you may train the hold time of your Switch unit. The "hold time" is the length of time the Switch remains activated, so you may enjoy your hit, which is indicated with a green light. Select your desired temperature, then press and hold the GO button. Continue holding the GO button until you are satisfied with the amount of hold time. Once the GO button is released, the Switch unit will remember this hold time on all further heating cycles in advanced/crystal mode. You may train the Switch as many times as you like, it will only remember the most recent train time. Standard hold time is 15 seconds. The minimum trainable hold time is 5 seconds. The longest trainable hold time is 30 seconds.

The Induction system will heat any conductive materials placed inside the induction chamber. Therefore, ceramic or glass loading tools are suggested, but metallic loading tools will not harm the device. We recommend pre-loading your product in the induction cups to prevent any issues. Pre-loading is also convenient and helps preserve the taste of the terpenes in your oils.

We recommend filling your Switch glass attachments with water just above the perc holes. Fill the water from the mouthpiece until it has reached the appropriate height. Over filling the attachment may cause splash back. Using water in the glass attachment cools and filters vapor for a cleaner hit. 

When using upgraded Directional or Bubble carb caps, we recommend using the silicone seal from your standard carb cap and placing it on your Switch glass attachment. This will help to create maximum vapor production. Here is a quick video for reference.


Flower Use and Tips

When using the Switch with flower, we recommend starting low temp (around 400) and working your way up to find the best temp for you personal needs. We recommend setting the temp at 420 for a more traditional vaping experience. Higher heat settings (above 600) will give more of a bong-like experience, providing heavy head and body highs. Here is a quick temp guide for reference.

Press flower down firmly in induction cups (about finger tight) and make sure to stir your flower in between heating cycles to get the most from your materials. 

Take long, slow drags for best results.
Dry flower may require lower heat settings and fresh or dense flower may require slightly higher heat settings.
Water levels will impact vapor density. We recommend water levels about a 1/2 inch above the peculator holes, but you may need to increase or decrease water levels based on the desired vapor density.  
The Switch can vaporize flower in many different ways. Experiment with different heat settings, water levels, material packing, and draw lengths/hold time to find the best settings for your personal needs.

We recommend using the ceramic leaf filter with dry herb. This filter helps heat the induction cups evenly for better vapor production and keeps dry herbs inside the induction cup while in use. You may use a torch to clean the ceramic filter or soak in isopropyl alcohol for 10-20 minutes

We recommend the Helix Carb Cap and Sidecar Glass Attachment for flower use, but all caps and glass attachments will work great as well. 

Charging your SWITCH

The Switch unit will illuminate the current power percentage in Pink after confirming/changing the heat setting. Five solid Pink lights indicate 100% charged. These Pink LED lights will begin to flash when the unit has less than a 10% charge. We only recommend charging your unit once it reaches less than a 20% charge  (One Pink LED) and removing your unit from the charger as soon as it is fully charged. This will help extend the overall lifespan of your battery. Leaving your unit plugged in for extended periods will shorten the lifespan of the battery. 


Cleaning your SWITCH

Cleaning Guide

The Switch comes with a programmed self-cleaning cycle for Standard Ceramic induction cups. Make sure to clean out any residue inside the induction chamber before using the self cleaning cycle. Press and release (+) button, then press hold the (+) button for 5 seconds or until the heating chamber lights illuminate PURPLE and the unit starts a heating cycle with the ascending red LED lights. The unit may need to start a cooling cycle, with the descending blue LED lights, when the cleaning cycle is complete. Cooling cycle will only activate if the unit becomes too warm to function correctly. The cooling cycle may last anywhere from 1-5 minutes after a cleaning cycle. You may also use a torch to clean induction cups or soak them in isopropyl alcohol for 10-20 minutes.  

*Cleaning cycle will not activate in Crystal Mode.*

Make sure to keep your Switch unit and induction cups clean. Remove the glass attachment and induction cup from the unit. Using a cotton swab or paper towel dipped in isopropyl alcohol, we recommend 91% or higher isopropyl alcohol for best results, clean any residue in and around the induction chamber. Let all parts air dry completely before use.

We recommend using a cotton swab to clean out induction cups after every use. This will help preserve the lifespan and flavor of these parts.

To clean glass attachments, fill with isopropyl alcohol and shake vigorously until all blemishes are removed. You may need to repeat this step. Completely rinse with water and let air dry.

You may use a torch to clean Quartz, SIC, and Smooth Ceramic induction cups or soak in isopropyl alcohol for 10-20 minutes.

*Do NOT use a torch to clean Sapphire Induction Cups.*


SWITCH Temperatures

Temp Guide

Advanced and Crystal Mode Approximate Temperature Ranges:

1 Purple LED is the lowest power setting (~300°F degree range)
1 Purple (300°F) 2 Purple (320°F) 3 Purple (340°F) 4 Purple (360°F) 5 Purple (380°F)
1 Blue (400°F) 2 Blue (420°F) 3 Blue (440°F) 4 Blue (460°F) 5 Blue (480°F)
1 Cyan (500°F) 2 Cyan (520°F) 3 Cyan (540°F) 4 Cyan (560°F) 5 Cyan (580°F)
1 Green (600°F) 2 Green (620°F) 3 Green (640°F) 4 Green (660°F) 5 Green (680°F)
1 Yellow (700°F) 2 Yellow (720°F) 3 Yellow (740°F) 4 Yellow (760°F) 5 Yellow (780°F)
5 Yellow LED's is the highest power setting (equivalent to ~800°F degree range)

*All temperatures are approximate ranges and may vary on induction cup used.*

Compatible Items

The Switch is compatible with our 5 different induction cups. All SWITCH Kits will come with 2 ceramic inductions cups. However, we do offer additional inserts to be purchased separately. 

Leaf Cup (Black) // Oil Cup (White): These Gr2 Titanium cups have a medical grade ceramic coating on the heating surface for optimal heat distribution.

Quartz Cup: A solid, quartz dish insert inside a titanium induction cup. Designed for use with oil but can also be used for low heat flower vaporization. Please note, for optimal results, the Switch must be in crystal mode to use the Quartz insert.

Smooth Ceramic Cup: A ceramic dish insert inside a titanium induction cup. Unlike the all-in-one Standard Ceramic Induction Cup, the Smooth Ceramic Cup is made of a significantly thicker ceramic, which retains heat longer while also offering ideal heat distribution. The Smooth Ceramic Cup is used for vaporizing oils, but can also be used for low heat flower vaporization. Please note, for optimal results, the Switch must be in crystal mode to use the Smooth Ceramic insert.

Sapphire Cup: The Sapphire Induction Cup is an ultra premium accessory designed for use specifically with oil for the Switch. Placed inside a Titanium Cup, the Sapphire Insert provides the cleanest surface possible for your oil and concentrates - truly a luxury dabbing experience. Please note, for optimal results, the Switch must be in crystal mode to use the Sapphire insert.

SIC Cup: The SIC (Silicon Carbide) Induction Cup is an ultra premium accessory designed for use specifically with oil for the Switch. Placed inside a Titanium Cup, the SIC Insert is lightweight and extremely durable, able to withstand very high temperatures.With the SIC Induction Cup's higher thermal conductivity, you can achieve your desired heat at a much lower temperature setting while obtaining great flavor - truly a luxury dabbing experience. Please note, for optimal results, the Switch must be in crystal mode to use the SIC insert.

ALN Cup: The SWITCH: AlN (Aluminum Nitride) Induction Cup is the most premium induction cup available for the SWITCH. This accessory is used in a variety of industries such as medical, defense, and even aerospace, due to its extensive list of impressive capabilities. The SWITCH: AlN Induction Cup also provides a level of thermal expansion similar to Silicone, meaning this accessory can experience high temperatures without cracking or being damaged. Aluminum Nitride is also able to withstand extreme and rapid changes in temperature, is non-toxic, chemically safe, hard to oxidize, and provides the purest and most flavorful experience for SWITCH users. Please note, for optimal results, the Switch must be in crystal mode to use the SIC insert.

Ceramic Filter: The Ceramic Filter is specifically designed for low-temperature flower vaporization. Acting as a cap for the Switch Induction Cup, the ceramic filter creates an 'oven' effect when used with flower and keeps dry herbs inside the induction cup while in use.

Additional accessories include glass attachments, carb caps, and glassblower tubes.

When using upgraded Directional or Bubble carb caps, we recommend using the silicone seal from your standard carb cap and placing it on your Switch glass attachment. This will help to create maximum vapor production. Here is a quick video for reference.


Troubleshooting

Most issues with the Switch can be resolved with a soft reset. To reset the SWITCH unit, turn the unit off and remove the battery for at least 30 seconds. Replace the battery and test functionality. Removing the battery will NOT void your warranty. The battery is located under the bottom base plate. To remove the base plate, hold the switch unit upright and slightly twist this plate until it falls away from the unit. The base plate is held in place with magnets, so you just need to twist it enough to disengage the magnets. Make sure to remove the glass attachment and induction cup before flipping your unit upside down. Here is a quick instructional video on how to remove the battery pack.


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