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The Mighty by Storz & Bickel

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

  1. graydeh1

    graydeh1 Double deckin'

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    Question about delta 3d studios
    MIGHTY V3 WATERPIPE ADAPTER

    I am not able to get good vapor with this attachment, its airy and thin.
    When using the mighty regularly I'm getting super dense thick vapor, any suggestions for those who are using?
     
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  2. Rollingstoned

    Rollingstoned Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone clean their cleaning unit and scrape all the sticky resin and smoke it? My whole cooling unit is covered in sticky goo! I scraped some of it and it honestly looks like hash
     
  3. Baron23

    Baron23 Well-Known Member

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    Oh, hell yes. Put it in a nail and dab it....wrap it in organic cotton or degummed hemp fiber and vape it, or make an herb/reclaim sandwich in one of your vapes and vape it that way. Just don't put too much in at a time...rice grain size or less. Keep you from terminally gunking up your flower vapes.
     
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  4. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    There's a reason we call it reclaim! It is comprised of vapor that simply condensed before reaching your mouth.
    It can gunk up your works, so try to learn some ways to enjoy it....
    One is to wrap in some 100% cotton or in some hemp fibre. Another is use of the s&b oil pad. Or sandwich inside some regular flower. Don't overload, and my suggestion is to use pretty high temps, so it goes up in vapor, not down as oil, if that makes sense, i.e., don't let it drip down below the chamber screen!
     
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  5. Jack_72

    Jack_72 Active Member

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    Sometimes I enjoy the reclaim more than the weed it was made from :lol: ...
     
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  6. Green Kiwi

    Green Kiwi Well-Known Member

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    yeah bud, i know what you mean.
    the solution is the make sure it's aligned properly and NOT to twist it till the tabs touch,the mighty body.
    for some reason ,when you twist as far as possible "thinking it would be tighter"the opposite is true.
    i also take the screen out as i use only capsules nowadays, such a convenient way to use it.
    Actually, i like/love using the V3 so much , that when i last week lost mine i ordered 2 straight away as replacement...........(it's murphy law that i found the original back the day the new one's arrived..lol.:lmao:
    anyway play a bit and it will work properly:2c:.
    Enjoy all your MIGHTY:leaf:.
     
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  7. ambertrichome

    ambertrichome Well-Known Member

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    A Muzzmod could be your answer maybe a little work but a fantastic solution.
     
  8. Jack_72

    Jack_72 Active Member

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    Actually it is normal to "lose" some vapour since it condenses inside of your bong or water filter. Better to not use too much water + a higher temperature than vaping without a water tool.
     
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  9. Haunts

    Haunts Well-Known Member

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    So i'm currently having a bad case of VAS and the Mighty is really tempting me. Am i right in thinking that the Mighty can be used whilst charging? With that being the case, say after a few years the batteries are completely dead would I still be able to use it plugged in?
     
  10. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    Mighty is a great vape, a solid choice.

    I'd also love to know the answer to your second question, as I have a Mighty that's been stored for many months and I'm concerned about its' battery status.

    Mighty can certainly be used while charging, and it's charger is robust enough that it will gain charge even though the unit is in use. S&B also says that the unit can be plugged in and used even when batteries are fully depleted, which I also believe is true.

    I hope someone here can chime in as to whether Mighty will function essentially as a plug-in even when batteries go dead as a door nail.
     
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  11. graydeh1

    graydeh1 Double deckin'

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    Thanks for the replys, I will remove rht screen as I use capsules also and I wont twist all the way as per kiwi.
     
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  12. CIWYW

    CIWYW Active Member

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    Yeah I also saw tht if you twist it too much it comes off the sides so to speak because 2 sides are pressed inwards. I don't know how to describe it better lol. What I also do is pressing the Mighty against the mouthpiece when I take a hit via the bong. It makes a better seal.
     
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  13. graydeh1

    graydeh1 Double deckin'

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    Cool, thx. Got some better results now. Will try holding it snug also.
     
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  14. AddictedToCombustion

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    hi guys been researching vapes for years have been vaping just a month now with my first purchase ever the vapcap m its amazing only thing i dont like is that its butane powered so knowing my research has brang me to buy a mighty or a crafty could i please get help on which one would be the better purchase as i like the portability of the crafty. also if you know of any other vapes feel free to mention thanks
     
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  15. graydeh1

    graydeh1 Double deckin'

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    Addicted, mighty is the way.
     
  16. Hogni

    Hogni Honi soit qui mal y pense

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    I know exactly what you mean but you can avoid hassle with torching when using a Pipes Induction Heater. It's a jump to another age of Dyna vaping, promissed. Around $100 with shipment. Do it first before looking for another vape. You'll never miss it ever.
     
  17. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    Mighty is my strong suggestion, it's far more robust than Crafty, especially for heavier users.
    It's more portable than you might think, even though it doesn't quite fit in the palm of your hand, you can still hold it easily in one hand.
    There are several other reasons that Mighty is just a superior product, however, if you use will be lighter and only for certain tImes, a Crafty might do the job.
    I burned through 4 Crafty's before upgrading to Mighty, and I love this thing.
     
  18. Used2use

    Used2use Sometimes to stupid to become a fool

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    As transitioning combuster i would recommend the mighty, it will probably take more sessions in the beginning so battery life is a huge factor...
    Maybe add a vaponic to the collection (really cheap), the dynavap is a good training wheel for that vape and it is an even more spliff like experience than the vapcap imo
     
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  19. tonuzzi

    tonuzzi Vaped and Confused

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    Big Shout out to Randy @PuffItUp . Just picked up a new Mighty from @PuffItUp, this is my second Mighty, my first lasted 2 1/2 years. So this new one came with a new style box with a 20% more battery sticker Sweet!
    Also included was a FREE 4 piece Trees Grinder, a stand, a 14" glass adapter and a dosing cap Nice!
    Everything else included was the same as my first mighty (brush, grinder, filling chamber rings and screens.
    $298+shipping to Canada

    Thanks Puffitup!!
     
  20. Vaporcussion

    Vaporcussion Well-Known Member

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    Let us know how many (capsule) bowls you get with the extra battery life. Guessing 10?
     
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  21. tonuzzi

    tonuzzi Vaped and Confused

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    I charged the mighty to full and did a burn off for 5 minutes or so. So after 4 bowls at 195 C approx 6-7 minute sessions + the 5 minute burn-off, I still have 4 full bars of battery remaining. I'm guessing I'll get at least 10-12 bowls at 195 C on a full charge. I will post results once the Mighty is almost dead.
     
  22. Etsu

    Etsu Active Member

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    Wow that’s nice! They don’t joke with that battery life extension
     
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  23. Rollingstoned

    Rollingstoned Well-Known Member

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    I have the new version mighty as well and i charge it mid-day so i can always keep some battery in it, 6-8 bowls per full charge sounds about right
    Amazing vapor production
    Cooling unit gets very sticky and gooey but i scrape it and Dab it
     
  24. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    After the scrape a cleaning is good, for 'sanitary' purposes.
    Here's what I found to be the easiest, and quite thorough. C/U comes out like new:

    The Mighty by Storz & Bickel
     
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  25. blackstone

    blackstone Well-Known Member

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    Are there others here who would just have to use the full bowl now and then or do many people feel that full capsules are more than good enough and stick with keeping things clean?

    If you were to ask me, (although I normally use about two thirds of a capsule) the biggest belt I got from Mighty was full bowl, and a full capsule (or one and a half, or two!) comes very close!?
    I have a clean newish Crafty that I haven't used full bowl yet but the temptation to see the effects is great, and now my Mighty is away for RMA I wonder if that get's refreshed if I'd have to pick one to use full bowl now and then for the power and fun it gives.

    That little brown deposit at the bowl top is a little pet hate of mine but maybe now with more rigid cleaning, or sticking to say a 200C max, it wouldn't appear as much?
    Perhaps I'll just stick to capsules in the one that will go out the most (Crafty!)

    @vapviking
    My understanding is the Mighty, when it's plugged in, uses the power supply to heat the element, then when the thermostat cuts out it charges the battery momentarily and switches back and forth.
    If the battery were to completely die in very late stages it might still heat and there might be a chance it will throw an error and shut down.
    It might also be a matter of time before the batteries leaked or worse.

    I'm thinking of the slight possibility that someone, @JCat , @OF , any of the others, me under the instruction of somebody, could put together a BRM, or batteries replacement module, to give the correct signal to the Mighty where it thinks the healthy batteries are in place and it charges a fake battery load!
    Then you have plug in Mighty for as long as it lasts!
     
    Last edited: Mar 8, 2018
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