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JyARz Storage Containers

Discussion in 'Vapor Related Equipment' started by SD_haze, Feb 17, 2013.

  1. snackmaster

    snackmaster Well-Known Member

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    No worries, Aldo - thanks for the update and keep up the good work!
     
  2. gaseous_clay

    gaseous_clay Well-Known Member

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    Well, there goes that plan for 4/20. (Good thing I don't really need more at this time.)
     
  3. smokemeout8

    smokemeout8 Member

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    Any update on a larger Jyarz?
    These things are pretty small. How much can the biggest one hold?
    Would be better to just have one for a day of product, then one for home storage, maybe I don't understand
     
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  4. KidFated.

    KidFated. We Don't Even Live Here..

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    I can fit around 7 grams in the satchmo.
     
  5. smokemeout8

    smokemeout8 Member

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    That's not to bad but that is still only 1/4 of the amount that I buy/store
    What are you guys using these for if its not storage, just to take with you for the day? Wouldn't a bag do the same job while still being able to fit in your pocket.. I understand the airtight glass but if its only for the day then its not going to lose THAT much freshness
     
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  6. olivianewtonjohn

    olivianewtonjohn Well-Known Member

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    I use mine for storage. I have like 4 classics's and dont really buy that much
     
  7. Hubs88

    Hubs88 Feeling The Buzz

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    Yeah storage, I buy an 1/8 oz of a strain and after grinding it fits into a classic with a little tamp down. I have 15 JyARz
    of various colors in my stash box and like to mix up a cocktail.
     
  8. CalyxSmokr

    CalyxSmokr Well-Known Member

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    I use 4 oz. mason jars for buds, jyarz classic to grind a few grams, and then kannistor puck to actually use it.
     
  9. smokemeout8

    smokemeout8 Member

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    Are they just as air tight as the ball containers? Hard to believe since the mason jars have clasps or other seals on them. And not trying to knock this product as much as it sounds like I am, actually am thinking about making an order. But without a clamp or anything I don't see how it can be
     
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  10. Hubs88

    Hubs88 Feeling The Buzz

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    Yes they are airtight. They have a screw top that presses the glass container into the silicone seal in the lid.
     
  11. MinnBobber

    MinnBobber Well-Known Member

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    IMO and experience, yes the JyARZ have an absolute air tight seal with the screw top and a thick gasket. Add in a Boveda 62% RHumidity pack and the buds are good for years (2 years and counting).
     
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  12. smokemeout8

    smokemeout8 Member

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    Appreciate it guys. Just bought the Boveda 62% now its time for the Jyarz.
    Do you reuse the Boveda packs? And how do you use them, open the packet and put it in the jar, or keep the packet sealed?
     
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  13. MinnBobber

    MinnBobber Well-Known Member

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    The Boveda packet is NOT opened. It goes in the storage container as is. When new they have a squishy feel, feel it. When over the hill, it feels more like sand inside.
    They can be refreshed by having them in a container with warm water (to humidify it) and the Boveda above the water, packet NOT in the water. They then go back to squishy until "killed" where they don't change back to squishy.

    In a jar that stays sealed, they last a long time.
    In a jar that gets opened often, the time is much shorter.

    JyARZ + Boveda = perfect long term cure/storage for smaller amounts which is all I get
     
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  14. snackmaster

    snackmaster Well-Known Member

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    Family picture:
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    More details in @Ratchett's Delta 3D thread:
     
  15. Hubs88

    Hubs88 Feeling The Buzz

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    Nice colorful and upstanding family you have. :lol:
    I still need a teal and white to have 'em all. I doubled up on the rest. Yeah!
     
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  16. FlyingLow

    FlyingLow Team NO SLEEP!

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    Nice caddy!
    Does it have any molding on the bottom of the caddy to allow for easy stacking?
     
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  17. snackmaster

    snackmaster Well-Known Member

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    Nothing like that on these, but it's a good idea. Would be easy enough to add.
     
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  18. rodders83

    rodders83 Contemplator of dual Mighty's

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    Guys anyone bugged by the kief sticking in the corners? Thiers a good hit in mine stuck i cant get out and the last thing i want is more clutter with some sort of jyarz tool or whatever. Could we get rounded corners as standard in future Jyarz? I am not sure why this is not there it is happening in grinders for the same reason the damm corners!

    Come on guys and girls quote and like if you want this?! Or not?
     
  19. zor

    zor I hate the kids

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    Rounded corners? I have satchmos and classics, they're all rounded. What are you specifically referencing?
     
  20. snackmaster

    snackmaster Well-Known Member

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    Probably looking for a completely rounded bottom like the chico
     
  21. KidFated.

    KidFated. We Don't Even Live Here..

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    wouldn't a paper clip or literally any small object get those small chunks out?
     
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  22. Derrrpp

    Derrrpp For the world is hollow and I have touched the sky

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    I use a small paintbrush similar to this:
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    Works great to get all the stuff out of the corners. :tup: I also use it on my grinder to brush the small particles out of the corners and threads. Keeps it pretty clean.

    :2c:

    :peace:
     
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  23. rodders83

    rodders83 Contemplator of dual Mighty's

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    Indeed. A Brush might work but really a paperclip on glass? I have a brush but i should not need to grab it everytime i need to empty it i should be able to just use my finger there and then on a larger chico.

    Then i dont need a brush, Or to buy more in future or keep one sitting just for the last bit of kief. Really its dumb in my mind to do this when you could just improve the design. We need a large chico!!
     
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  24. KidFated.

    KidFated. We Don't Even Live Here..

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    your kief must've turned into some pretty rock solid hash if a simple light swipe with any random object is too much.. I like the squared bottoms, more volume.
     
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  25. hd_rider

    hd_rider Well-Known Member

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    I like to use these bamboo paddle skewers to help clean out my jars of small buds / kief. With these, I don't have to worry about scratching the glass nor clogging up a brush with kief.

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