The Supreme Vaporizer delivers one of the strongest and most thorough vaporizations in the portable vaporizer world. That being said, there are some serious drawbacks that you need to weigh before you buy one.
This vaporizer is produced on a very small scale by the person who invented it (and goes by the name of Ed). It does produce an incredible cloud of tasy vapors, but the vaporization process involves heating up a metal element to an extremely high heat (for instance, if you accidentally touch it, you would instantly burn yourself pretty badly) and requires a torch. I use a baker's torch (the creme brulee type), as the small hand-held torch that comes with it takes twice as long to heat up the vaporizer and is not as reliable for either filling or igniting, so there is the first minus in this system (the ignition system provided - the small torch - really doesn't work well enough to be reliable).
A standard pinch of ground herb needs to drop in the wooden base (into a cylindrical chamber) of the system and is easiest loaded by using some sort of long thin piece (I have some vaporizer stirrers I bought on eBay that I use) to push all of the pieces into the heating area, but the seller does not include any such device as part of the package that you purchase.
Also, I have purchased two versions of this vaporizer: the original invention and then the "new improved" version which felt to me to be less improved than different from the original. The only real improvement was the slightly shorter wood base, which made it a bit easier to load the chamber than the original model. The inventor changed the screen system which I thought was an awful improvement, so I use the original screen system (which places a large screen at the base of the wood interior (covering the end of the vaporizing chamber).
In order to vaporize with this system, you turn on the thermometer and begin heating the metal box at the top of the vaporizer with a torch flame. When the temperature reaches about 250 degrees, turn off the torch and let the temp climb to about 274 degrees and then start drawing your hits. With this system, you can draw as deep and hard as you wish, and you will produce some amazing clouds and get a strong flavorful taste that is different than other systems. I typically draw 3 or 4 hits, and watch the temp drop below 274 degrees (I usually let it get down to 260 to 265) and the I reheat it two more rounds. So I get a total of 9 to 12 hits on this system, but they are thorough and very effectively comsume the herb you are vaporzing.
However, keep in mind that I cannot consider this as any type of a stealth vaporizing system, due to the incredibly dangerous hot metal box, and it is a shame that the owner promotes it as such. I also do not like the new screen system and I preferred the longer whip that came with the original system. Unfortunately, the digital thermometer on my original system broke down and so I had to guess as to the temperature for vaporizing (I actually got pretty good at it by using a stopwatch and counting out between 30-50 seconds). but these features and limitations are serious drawbacks any user should carefully consider before purchasing. And yes, this baby will knock your socks off, but its shelf life is more questionable and the small operation makes you wonder if this guy will be in business for a long time. You can only buy through his web site or on eBay and the price difference is negligible (both about $200 plus shipping), so go visit the Supreme Vaporizer site for purchasing information if you want to get an awesome vaporizer with unfortunate modest drawbacks.