Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Justpassedu, May 25, 2016.
Just putting this out there: how sweet would a bubbler attachment on the OG be?
I don't know the diameter of the huge OG's mouthpiece but it may be compatible with a water adapter and some cheap bubbler from dhgate like this one
p.s: nothing against the great glass pieces of Sticky Brick but my customs just make it impossible to buy glass from the USA (whereas it comes tax free to Italy...)
I don't believe the OG mouthpiece is 18mm so I don't think it would work . SBL used to make a hydro adapter for the OG, but I never bought it since they never released a canary version and they weren't for sale anymore last time i checked. I would prefer a bubbler since it would be lighter than a hydratube and I take mine out and about often.
In that case a regular bubbler based on their mini would be perfect.
If there's enough demand i can't see why they wouldn't try that option too, but it's a matter of numbers (as their mini bubbler fits the Runt and the junior it has potentially more outlet).
Is there any glass on dhgate that fits into sbjr?
Do you recommend the OG sticky brick?
The OG is a solid choice if you don't plan to use it with water, and don't care to use it with other custom mouthpieces/hydrotubes.
If you do want ot do those things, just save a little more money and get a Hydrobrick Maxx. That's what I did, and I've never even come close to regretting my choice one bit.
Just wondering what people's thoughts are on using the mini bubbler with the sticky brick runt?
It smooths the vapour like a bigger bong, you just need to find the right amount of water (i put around one inch of water and it's perfect).
I recently tested out the Dynacoil from Dynavap with the OG Brick and some concentrates and it worked wonderfully! It seemed to produce better flavor and vapor quality than other options I have tried, including the S&B concentrate pads, I think they are for the Plenty/Volcano.
The only area of concern is loading the Dynacoil. I used a gooey live resin which stuck right to it. Shatter should work fine too, just press it in there. Crumble might be an issue, if it doesn’t adhere to the coil you might have to be careful not to spill any when placing the coil in the chamber. I’ll try testing that later.
I loaded about a half a grain of rice size piece of live resin, maybe more. I placed it in the chamber upright but I’m not sure it’s necessary. I bumped up my torch a notch and went for the biggest hit possible since combustion was not a factor. I ended up getting a few good hits out of it. Next up I’ll try it with my Junior and Flip Brick. I think it might work best with the Flip Brick’s design, the chamber is smaller and closer to the heat source, and it has a shorter vapor path.
Doing some Stirling science there @Vapor_Eyes ! I look forward to hearing your findings on the Jr.
let’s see if i can post this in the correct thread this time!
i did a deep cleaning of my sticky brick junior (using bourbon on a q-tip) ... and it might just be because i've been using some of my other vapes ... but it doesn't seem to hit like it did before ... almost like i have an air leak ... i don't feel like the carburetor is really doing anything ... i don't notice much difference at all in the draw with the carb open or covered.
the o-rings seem to be ok but could that be theproblem ... i'm a little perplexed
If you have an air-leak, It's easy to find out. Just put your fingers over the holes and pull.
When i had that issue i thought i broke it and that somehow some wood crack let some air going in.
It was the mesh that was totally obstructed by accumulated goo/residue from months of use (couldn't see it without taking the mesh out, it's on the mesh side facing the bottom of airflow canal), if you didn't take the mesh out to soak it in Isopropyl alcohol just try that
i put in a new screen when cleaning so that can't be it (wish it was so the issue would be solved)!
i think i'll replace the o-rings even though the current ones seem ok to me ...
for the other sbj users ... you can tell a noticeable difference between carbed and non-carbed right?
You've made sure the little vent-hole (I'm not talking about the carb hole) isn't blocked, right?
There is a difference with my Jr. but it isn’t huge. A clean Sticky Brick of any variety has a very open air path with little draw restriction, even with the carb covered. Leaving the carb open does increase airflow a bit but it is already so open it can be hard to feel the difference. You should be able to clearly hear a difference though.
Perhaps you are just used to the increased resistance from using a dirty Brick. I find that even when mine are dirty the airflow is good, so you wouldn’t think there was much room for improvement. Then when I clean them I am always surprised how unrestricted and open the airflow is.
i did replace tho-rings and it seemed to help ... the gradual increase in restriction probably was at play as well
New-ish SBrunt owner here. Was really considering the Supreme v3 because of the science behind it, but then thought that the principles behind a brick are essentially the same.
I love it. I'm so close to perfecting my technique, but even with room to improve, this runt is a cloud machine! Absolutely wrecked each time I've used it. Fast, powerful, and just fun to use.
Since it seems like the runt sits between the OG and the Jr, I'm wondering if it's worth it to get a Jr for dedicated travel, and either an OG or a Hydromaxx for dedicated home use.
For those that have both the sv3 and a brick, how would you compare the two?
Cleaning the OG brick today whilst taking a T break ( I miss seeing my vaporizers ) just a quick question for the FC family, when I'm off my t break I'm looking to get super blasted and will prob be using the OG for my first session back, quick question on the flavor, the Brick is still almost like new as I rotate through all my vaporizers I don't get to use them all on a daily bases, but I recognised my first two hits on the OG offer some of THE best flavor I've ever experienced with a vaporizer, but after that, even after stirring I mostly taste wood and not my materiel, with more use and breaking in will this change?
Its most likely your technique or the quality of your bud. Cause last night, on my OG, I though Wow even these last few brown hits produced great flavor
^ @cgod The first couple hits of a freshy packed chamber are going to have the best flavor (from my experience with the sb runt.) however you can get nice flavor and vapor on a very small amount of material.
Yes, as you break it in the wood flavor will become less noticeable to the point it is almost imperceptible. I can really only taste it when I do empty chamber hits to clear out any goodies left behind. I do this after every few bowls and usually get a couple of good hits.
It seems I can go longer between cleanings once I started doing the empty chamber hits. I also recently started using two screens. The area below the screen would collect a lot of fine particles, almost like brown sugar. Adding a second screen on top of the first has nearly eliminated that issue with very little change to airflow or draw resistance.
After cleaning the SB & it dries, is it ok to use sticky butter in the chamber area?
Seriously considering adding a Sticky Brick Labs vape to my arsenal... however, I doubt I’ll use it that much considering I have the Milaana 2 and several other top vapes. So my question is, with those of you who own multiple vaporizers, is it a worthwhile investment to get one of these? Will I get any other form of enjoyment out of using one? I kind of like the thought of taking this vape camping or fishing since it doesn’t require any batteries, but then there’s always the Dynavap... Let me know your thoughts on how much you really love your SB. Thanks
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