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The Mighty by Storz & Bickel

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Roger D, Oct 16, 2014.

  1. blackstone

    blackstone Well-Known Member

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    You could email the company with the serial number or box info for the most solid answer.
    Alternatively,
    I threw a simple list together a while back when there was a bit of confusion over what was a known update or when.
    I've added anything new that I heard about and it might be helpful to see where your Mighty sits in this.
    Basically if you got that new box with mostly white, I think that's the most up to date one right now!
    The first few updates here are the most important imo, but a fully up to date Mighty is probably best if you can get it for the price you paid.

    Maybe there are errors or things missing from this too?
     
  2. snoopyfan

    snoopyfan Member

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    Day 4- really impressed with how this thing works and how the different temps have different effects.

    just loaded up some critical plus for and did a whole capsule of about .1 at 365, great and clear.

    last night i tried some grandpas breath at 404 and wow, was out soon after. not sure i can go higher than 390 until night time, especially with a indica. might try a high temp on a sativa.

    have the delta 3d WPA coming to play with. I'm used to glass, so using this thing through a tube is very enticing. also have more capsules coming.

    any tips for doing rosin in this thing?
     
  3. KC2K

    KC2K Active Member

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    @snoopyfan there's a YouTube video on using the mighty with Rosin, just have a search :D
     
  4. youngfart420

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    Well, I got my mighty recently in July 2017, In the older primary blue box.. You guys forget the Mighty stands!! with out the orange pick trick.. But i noticed if you take out the orange pick from the bottom it doesnt stand..if you have the orange pick in normal as is, it will stand. Just a reminder.. Oh yea to confirm the power button is also boost button which u can set..I hear People says why do u need it but its really genius..You start at ur temp, tap it twice when u need it to finish it off, turn it off and next time it starts on your start temp.. I like it cuz you conserve on button pressing, also it does have timer/draw sensor in boost mode that it will bring it back to the temp you were at before boost mode.

    If ur talking about wax..I personally like to "sandwich" it between bud.. I bought capsule caddies wit the pads inside the capsule which I tried but I still prefer "sandwich" method.. really kicks up ur bud..BUt im noobie her and Im sure some 1 here has some crazy concoction on how to do it insanely..FYI also "sandwich" I also felt it kept the CU cleaner too, just my opinion and Im someone that cleans my mighty every 7-10 days. (I need to charge it everyday)
     
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  5. pallfy

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    Guys, I think its better to heat up your mighty and then add the herbs. I tried this and I found theres sooo much more flavor. It was bursting with flavor.

    I think if u have u herbs in it while it heats up, then its drying ur herbs out on the way to ur designated temp. It seems like a waste to me. I'm pretty sure I read somewhere, maybe by S&B themselves, that u should pre-heat your oven.

    If its true, then capsules (or basket screens like I have), are even more useful for every day use.
     
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  6. KC2K

    KC2K Active Member

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    @pallfy thanks for the reminder. I've been meaning to try this but got wrapped up in playing with my new VC M which I won last week from The Hedonist Club website... love both the Mighty and the M, makes for hard decisions when its gaping time ha ha.

    Think I'm going to try this later :D
     
  7. ktmstick

    ktmstick Well-Known Member

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    I have always been a preheater.
     
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  8. OyVape

    OyVape Well-Known Member

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    Ok I have finally joined this congregation, thanks to PIU on Black Friday. Just couldn’t resist the chance to see what all the hype is about.

    At first we were like, “da-yum!!!’” Even at low temps, the hits are just so...SUBSTANTIAL. Almost too much, especially for Mr. OyVape’s lungs. It felt like real overkill. For our lungs and wallet.

    But it tasted so frickin great! So, smaller hits using our collection of j-hooks and bubblers... now I love that I can get a couple big, deep hits that somehow taste better and satisfy more than any other vape I have tried. Definitely more than the Nano. Yes, the Mighty has some kinda serious mojo.

    I do have a question about the WPA adapter it came with. Several times it has come off the vape while I am hitting it, causing mega anxiety. I screw it down tight but it still happens when using a j-hook. I usually lift it to clear each hit. I’ve tried it both with the vape above the glass and the other way around. Is there some way to lock it down besides the plastic rim that screws down over it?
     
  9. snoopyfan

    snoopyfan Member

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    get the delta 3d wpa
     
  10. hassan

    hassan Connoisseur

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    I've got a cold and I'm wondering if I should stop vaping altogether or just reduce the temperature?

    I normally hit at 195 Celsius, wondering what you'd suggest as an alternative temperature?
     
  11. radiant34

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    I would stop all together. You'll recover much quicker. But if you want to mess around I would say only use temps 340-370 that's the sweet spot when I'm sick and don't want to.l be worse
     
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  12. Used2use

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    i do a mixture of sage, chamomile and mint at 165C as 'cold medicine' (nice to have more than one cooling unit ;) ) - the max temp of mint is 170C tastewise, sage and chamomile are okay up to 190C...
     
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  13. Jack_72

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    Hey guys sorry for being so inactive recently.
    I just wanted to let you know that I sent in my Mighty yesterday to S&B.
    I got the unit replaced in february by the retail seller himself but bought it initially in december 16 (cause of a small crack next to the heating chamber; device was still pretty new so I cared a little more)

    My unit looked pretty fucked up, the case didnt hold together anymore after I had dropped it once on hard ground.
    I had several cracks near the heating chamber, too. While charging at 210°C at some time I received the ERROR Message on the screen. The batteries were not so good neither.
    All in all the unit did still heat up but was actually broken by my fault :-D.

    That being said, I did tell S&B about the drop though but cleaned my Mighty as thoroughly as possible. I dont know if that had any positive impact on my RMA or because of coming Christmas but today I got the answer that I will receive either a new unit or a repaired one :).

    Actually, following German laws, my warranty already had expired cause of the initial date of purchase so I am very very happy with their customur support :-)!


    edit: I forgot to mention that my Mighty even fell into the toilet once for a very short time and still worked afterwards LOL. Of course I cleaned everything with ISO as I didnt want to vape my shitwater :D.
     
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  14. supremedepoulet

    supremedepoulet New Member

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    I'm very excited to see how the Boundless Tera performs versus the Mighty. I think, I will buy the tera or the new firewood 5, to have a more discreet companion to the Mighty.
     
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  15. Jack_72

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    Are there any new portable devices out that perform similar to the Mighty?

    I am not so up to date because I enjoy the Mighty so much I did not even think about checking out some new devices lol. But competition is always good, especially for the customers, so I am always excited to hear about something comparable. I know that there are many units which perform good on individual preferences but to be honest I have never seen another small portable unit like the Mighty that produces so much steam. Even my buddy, a highly satisfied Volcano user, thinks about replacing his Volcano with a Mighty, in case his unit fully brakes at some time which is not going to happen :D.
    I would appreciate to finally try out something new but my budget is limited therefore I am sticking with my (at no charge) repared / new mighty and Arizer EQ4 :/.


    Edit: Wth the Boundlass Tera looks amazing!
     
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  16. vapenerd

    vapenerd Well-Known Member

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  17. darbarikanada

    darbarikanada Well-Known Member

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    vape critic (bud) posted a couple reviews of the ghost mv-1 a while back, said it was even better than the mighty (his top-rated portable). unfortunately, when it was finally released, people had extremely inconsistent experiences, with some MV-1s working fine and others... not so much. they're working on a fix, but I'd wait to hear how that goes before buying one. if I were you, I'd stick with the mighty for now.
     
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  18. vapenerd

    vapenerd Well-Known Member

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    Also, what about the Crafty? :D
     
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  19. SirCrackKillaH

    SirCrackKillaH Member

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    Besides the mighty, that's tough. The solo I like but it is a little fragile. The davinci IQ is another one that I found to be easy to use and the smart paths make it set and forget which I haven't seen with any other vape. However, proper packing is required and when it isn't packed right, it's like trying to suck a golf ball through a straw. The MV1 I like too and found the draw to be even better than the Mighty. The MV1 for me at least is on point, the dynamic changes depending on stem placement, battery life is on par with the mighty.

    It's hard to replace the Mighty yo. The Mighty is a beast. I saw the boundless Tera mentioned here, looked it up and that too man, that looks cool.
     
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  20. darbarikanada

    darbarikanada Well-Known Member

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    craftys have a much higher failure rate, probably due to there being a single battery instead of 2. I haven't seen numbers - and S&B aren't likely to share their figures - but anecdotally, there seem to be a lot more user reports of crafty failures.
     
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  21. SirCrackKillaH

    SirCrackKillaH Member

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    Yeah, the two batteries mean it'll last twice as long. Here's the thing, I went through one Crafty every six months or about 48-65 hours on each. At which point the blinky death strobe man would occur. I've seen pictures of units now in the 100s but without the ability to replace batteries every six month to a year, it will forever require servicing. Mighty lasted a year for me each. I've gone through three and three so far.

    The Mighty and Crafty are the mighty and Crafty though... they are extremely easy to use beasts when operational that put all other vapes to shame. If storz comes out with an on demand vape that is capable of sessions that is smaller with user replaceable batteries whether proprietary or not, they will sweep the whole f'in market man. I don't think they have that alien tech though. Gimme a Storz and Bickel MV1 man. How bout that? With a little digital display and two buttons in the front for heat adjustment. A hands free non button pushing party mode with smart paths.
    Temperature increment adjustments viewable on a micro display . Ability to use dosing capsules. Yeahhhh... I have like 80 dosing capsules kicking around...

    Gimme a flavor chamber too yo. I want Like a supervape modular rocketship. Hells yeah! I want like a Mighty PocketGodRocket! Yeahhh!!


    Yoooo, I never actually talked about my love for this vape man. I mean a big fuck you to storz for making such a loveable device that I've had to part with yearly, but besides that, I love these two gadgets and there's mad love for that plenty too. I understand why there was no need to change the design after all this time.

    Quite honestly, I'll probably always have a Mighty. It's rock solid when it operates. It's been collecting dust with the MV1 pretty much in use now daily with the spare crucibles, but it'll always be around. Next vape they come out with too, I'm sure it'll be extremely well thought out too man. Future holds good things :D
     
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  22. Jack_72

    Jack_72 Member

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    Yeah I love their devices, too. Not sure if I could ever give up my mighty, I am definitely going to care a lot more about the new one and will only vape with capsules to keep it nice and clean :).
    What concerns me a little bit is my assumption that they are not even developing on a better portable unit but rather relax on their success with the mighty. Dunno if that's true but it feels so. Never ever no reveals of new official accessories (e.g. glass mouthpiece, stand), no info on further devices... What are they doing lol.


    E: Okay today I received an official bill for my RMA which says that my device could not have been repaired and I will get a new one. Does that mean they sent a new, sealed package with all new accessories etc :o ?!
    Then I'd have two chargers, which would be really sweet.
     
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  23. Laantje

    Laantje Well-Known Member

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    I'm in my 3rd week with my Mighty and sofar the experience has been great! This vape makes me almost as high as my Extreme Q+Ddave does. Its way better than my Arizer Air.

    What I'm still trying to figure out is how I need to grind it. After a while I was convinced that a really fine grind would give me way more vapor and hit amounts, but last few days I've been having opposite results so I started using a more coarse grind.

    Whatever type of grind I use, I always get high enough anway, but I just like it when it feels like the bowl is going on forever :p

    I haven't been cleaning the cooling unit yet. I'm not sure if I should soak it in ISO alcohol since its plastic. I've read that it should be no problem but I've also read that I shouldn't. I've received a few ISO qtips with the vape for free, so I think I'm gonna use these first instead of soaking the whole cooling unit in ISO.

    I can't live without my Mighty anymore, it truly is a beast. I love the accessories they give with the vape, especially the brush.
     
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  24. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    I've always head better results with a medium-to-coarse grind, and whatever the size of chamber (capsules or chamber reduced in size by a pad or topper screen), a full, slightly tamped load.

    ISO alcohol for cleaning is no problem, with the only exception being the 'hologram' label might come unglued if soaked for, like, hours.
    For cleaning, use 99% iso. Separate the two halves of the cooling unit by sliding locking tab to unlock, then pushing down on the center post (if they seem 'glued' together by resin, let them warm up on a warm Mighty and try again). Put them in a baggie with enough iso to cover them. Suspend the baggie in a glass or bowl of very hot tap water for 10 to 20 minutes, occasionally pulling the baggie out to give a little shake. Pull the pieces out (I use forceps to keep hands clean) and give them a thorough rinse with cool water then let them dry. Re-assemble, being careful that the little blue o-ring that surrounds the lock post is all the way down, so it doesn't get pinched when you slide the lock over the post.
    Prior to the cleaning, some folks like to scrape out the available re-claim, for a variety of creative uses.
     
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  25. Laantje

    Laantje Well-Known Member

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    Thanks man will try to clean it this evening :p
     
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