Possibly not much cheaper... but if you shop around you may be able to get a 12V DC to 240 V AC transformer thrown in ... plus free postage or even a free packet of ApiPoxall???I am to buy a sublimox varroa oxalic acid vaporiser. The best price i can find is from £349. Is this around the right price or can they be got cheaper... Thanks
ProVap has a digital readout of temperature whereas the Sublimox has some cryptic LEDs (which are largely indistinguishable to the colourblind!).Thanks all.
Any preference or significance difference between the ProVap220 Sublimator and the Sublimox Vaporiser.
They were too expensive when they were £70 from Thrones (when I made mine).
Any suggested improvement for the occasional user is, IMO, marginal. A pan, and diesel engine glow plugs, still works perfectly adequately.
12V DC to 230V AC inverters have become commonplace, to be able to use a vehicle battery in the field for ‘mains equivalent’ power. Mine is still 12 volts - much safer for most users.
I think you may be confusing the sublimox with the Varrox - two totally different bits of kitFor what it is, I feel they are as usual way over priced. If the want to sell more units, then lower the price as I’m pretty certain the profit margin on these is crazy.
Thanks very much for the info which I acted on - I just received my Sublimox from this firm for under £300 including courier - the service and their English were both excellent.