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A Look at an Antique Dealer

Antiques are basically old items which are collected for their value. Generally, they are defined by their age, which is usually at least a hundred years old. Items which are rare, as well as old, could also fit in well with this category of items, as well as items which have certain collectible value to them, along with the item’s given age.

Antique dealers are basically persons who deal with antiques, the selling, appraising, and even the procuring of these products. Normally, antiquing, the act of shopping for antiques, begins with visiting with these dealers, looking at the treasures they’ve managed to get, and seeing if any of them would pique one’s interest. On certain occasions, the appraising services of dealers are called by antique-ers, asking dealers for their opinions regarding the pre or post purchase of an item.

As their professional title basically says it, antique dealers know antiques, over and under. Many of these dealers are part of associations, particularly national trade associations. The CINOA stands to be one of the most popular association many dealers associate themselves with. The CINOA is basically a confederation of antique associations and art associations, whose membership includes members from 19 countries, with over five thousand dealers within the organization’s member roster.

Just as with almost any field today, antique dealers are known to “specialize” on particular antique items. For example, Dealer A has a keen eye for antique jewelry. Dealer B has his sights on rare pocket watches. Should you, who happen to be on the lookout for pocket watches, want to have an pocket watch, going to antique dealer B would be the smart choice, but does not necessarily mean Antique Dealer A would have no idea about rare pocket watches. Bottom line, dealers have specializations, as well as armed with the know how regarding the stature of an item as an antique.

Purchasing antiques from events like garage sales and estate sales, are often followed by a visit to an antique dealer, asking his/her opinion regarding the value of the purchased item. These skilled dealers would be the safest source for antiques, as the items sold by genuine antique dealers are verified to be true. Bottom line, should you be interested in getting antiques, referring to dealers would be a good course of action.

Easy Vaporizing With Extreme Q Vaporizer

Released to the mass market in 2008 by the renowned Canadian vaporizer manufacturer, Arizer, the Extreme Q Vaporizer easily won customers’ heart by giving better, user-friendly unit design, faster heat up time and a range of other useful features that were not available in the previous models. With upgraded unit that is equipped with triple heat sensors, well-designed remote controller and an AC adapter, the Extreme Q Vaporizer offers easy controlling and cleaning. In fact, it is the only vaporizer device today to have a remote controlled activation system.

The stainless steel Extreme Q is lightweight and highly portable. Its upper part sits securely on a lower stainless steel base with LCD display screen and function buttons on it. When you purchase the Extreme Q Vaporizer, you do not just purchase an ordinary vaporizer. This vaporizer could work in a three different ways: as a potpourri warmer, as an oil diffuser, and as an aromatherapy vaporizer. The three-in-one Extreme Q Vaporizer comes with a Potpourri Dish and a Potpourri sample to get you started. Average heat-up time is about 2 to 3 minutes, and the Vaporizer temperature could go from as low as 104 degree Fahrenheit to 400 degree Fahrenheit. Meanwhile, cooling down time is also fast, about 2 minutes each time.

Speaking of the temperature, the Extreme Q Vaporizer digital temperature control and auto timer allows user to utilize different types of herbs to vaporize and automate the timer. Its auto timer allows for auto shut off feature that allows the vaporizer to shut off by itself up to 4 hours from the time you turn on the vaporizer, according to your auto timer customization. The super-long vapor whip works to provide traditional vaporizer experience, while the inert tubing (balloon fill system) allows for different densities of the vapor filling according to your preferences. Extreme Q balloon fill system, combined with three speed follower system allows for rich vaporization experience.
To get things started, simply turn on the Extreme Q and set the temperature to its highest setting for about 30 minutes to fully eliminate (burn out) the manufacturer’s packing oils on the Extreme Q Vaporizer. You may put your favorite herbs to the Extreme Q Vaporizer Pyrex cyclone bowl and adjust the temperature to 350 degrees, which is a good starting temperature for vaporization. Let it sit about 1-2 minutes before you attach the Extreme Q Vaporizer extra-long whip.

Back to the vaporizer, the LCD display’s control panel allows user to check and set the temperature, fan speed, timer, and actual temperature every now and then. You can even choose whether to view the Extreme Q temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit. The Extreme Q remote control also allows for easy activation of the vaporizer from a distance, the way you want it to: from changing the fan speed, temperature, timer, to the LCD light on the base, operation is as easy as 1-2-3. This vaporizer comes with a lifetime warranty that is limited to normal use for the heating element and the LCD display.

For you who live in North America and are worried about the voltage, the Arizer Extreme Q is shipped complete with a 110 volt system. Purchasing replacement parts is uncomplicated and the parts are affordable. Considering the features offered and value, the Extreme Q Vaporizer is a great option for people who are using vaporization a lot, and are looking for quality vaporizer at great value.
Product features:

Triple Heat Sensors For Better Temperature Control
New Design 1 Remote Control w./3V Lithium Battery (Type: CR 2025)
Quieter Fan Powered
2010 New Model Extreme Q Improvement
Upgraded unit design and faster heating

1 Mini Whip For Balloons
2 Balloons
1 Glass Stirring Tool
1 Three Foot Whip
2 Cyclone Bowls
2 Extra Rechargeable Mouthpieces

Extra Screens
Potpourri Dish
Detachable 110-220 V World Wide Power Adaptor
Manual instructions