Blade Runner Analog E-Nail
Blade Runner Analog E-Nail:
This analog enail uses the same reliable electronics that dim your house lights for high reliability at a great price! This one will get you going affordably with all of the function and style possible in one fell swoop. The compact design for this analog e-nail was modeled, 3D printed, and assembled, in Oregon, USA. Get your slab on in style with the lowest priced American gear you’ll find anywhere around!
Features and Specs:
- Heats safely and reliably using the same simple electronics in your house lights
- Case is made of safe, rugged, shock-resistant ABS plastic (same as LEGO material)
- Choose accessories below using the drop-down menus
- Made of sustainable PLA plastic material which is a by-product of the sugar industry. PLA is recyclable and even semi-compostable (if buried in soil for a few years or so).
- 2-year warranty included on each controller
- XLR heating coil pin configuration: pin1=AC, pin2=AC, pin3=X, pin4=X, pin5=ground
Available on backorder
Back To The Basics With This Analog Enail Set
This is by far the cheapest and most affordable basic analog enail set you will find anywhere. Even though there is no digital screen, finding the right temperature can be easier than you think. No digital components mean that this unit is also extremely reliable. Many customers have had been using them for a very long time with no problems whatsoever. In fact, I don’t recall a single return for any analog unit in all of these years since I started making and selling them! Every once in a while the digital components have gone bad, but never with any of these analog dimmers. It could be a great investment just to have one around alongside your digital unit just as a backup in case you happen to experience a fluke sometime way down the line once the warranty has already expired.
How To Find Your Optimal Temperature
The analog temperature control keeps temperatures within the appropriate range when set in between 25% and 50% up. In this range it will take roughly just a minute or two heat up. Finding your sweet spot is as simple as trying a few positions near halfway on the knob and letting it sit for a minute to settle. Try this out a few times and you will get the hang of it relatively quickly. There is a more detailed explanation on how to get more exact #lowtemps for your next dab sesh on the category page (CTRL+F and Type Yuri to skip right to it). Really the only tricky part is that the amount of heat multiplies as you turn it up rather than increasing by a steady rate. This means when you get to about 3/4 it’s glowing red and way too hot.
Simple And Effective Electric Dabs With An Analog Enail
These analog enail electronics are as simple and reliable as it gets for temperature control. It’s highly capable of delivering steady heat at a great price for many years. The enclosure was modeled, 3D printed, and assembled, in Portland, Oregon.
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