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The Mighty by Storz & Bickel

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

  1. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

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    So, finally someone using the loading tray, do you like it? It looked a bit iffy in the pictures.
     
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  2. Donskills

    Donskills Member

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    It works quite well. Not quite as clinical as in the vid ( mostly due to a bit of a static charge in the plastic) making minute herb particles stick to the black plastic pieces. The whole kit is well worth it IMHO.
     
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  3. Karlokralj

    Karlokralj New Member

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    Dear friends....i wrote a dozen mails to Storz and Bickel but no response...does anyone have an idea what part of the vaporizer equipment is this?

    I lost it and i need it urgently but i dont want to order something wrong...[​IMG]
     
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  4. condor020

    condor020 Member

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    this is called screens for the mighty, it should not be hard to find on the official site or if its all the parts, it is call cooling unit
     
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  5. latulipe999

    latulipe999 Well-Known Member

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    it's not a big deal to use the Mighty without this screen, with dosing capsule i dont use it.

    But maybe, are you looking for a new cooling unit for the crafty ?!
     
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  6. Karlokralj

    Karlokralj New Member

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  7. Doktor Dub

    Doktor Dub Well-Known Member

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    That are the screens you lost:

    https://www.storz-bickel.com/eu/en/store/mighty-coarse-screen-set.html

    you could also take this set with both types of screens (in the cooling unit and at the bottom of the bowl):

    https://www.storz-bickel.com/eu/en/store/mighty-screen-set.html

    You can find all the stuff when you browse "all products" in the store.

    Have a great day!
     
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  8. Karlokralj

    Karlokralj New Member

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    Thats exactly it...thank you so much my man, to you and the rest of the crew!
    Peace
     
  9. MonkeyTime

    MonkeyTime Well-Known Member

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    If you have a spare "finer" screen, like what's in the bottom of the oven, that also fits and can be used in the cooling unit (CU). Many of us make that change intentionally because it helps keep the CU a little cleaner. If bought new, I think it comes with some spares so you don't have to wait.
     
  10. BigJr48

    BigJr48 Well-Known Member

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    It's a 5/8 inch as screen you can buy 100 for $10 online
     
  11. condor020

    condor020 Member

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    I did that trick as well, iam so much using my bubbler these time that imade no much try with the smaller screen on the CU, do you think it does change the airflow much?
     
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  12. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    I don't think using the finer screen in c/u changes air flow much at all.
     
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  13. MonkeyTime

    MonkeyTime Well-Known Member

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    I'm with @vapviking , some feel it does, I don't think it was noticeable.
     
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  14. simplywonderful

    simplywonderful Active Member

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    Only vape I know with effect compared to a hitting J (Im wondering about the woody milaana),
    What do you mean by block the holes with paper.
    Im not sure if I was just greedy but I always packed the cap fully with about 0,4 0,5 maybe :D untill the top was coming down because of the herb pushing it :D
    I liked little draw resistance and thick clouds:)



    Im wondering now, who holds the record of most RMAs possible? :D
     
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  15. Donskills

    Donskills Member

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    Damn! 0.4-0.5 in a cap!! is that even physically possible?? lol. I love a packed cap too but I havent weighed a full custom filled one in a while. Got a marvelous strain right now I have been packing cap by cap the last few days and it gives off the sweetest clouds. Been craming them and they last a long time!
    I meant block some of the hole of the filling tray if I am packing less than 8gr (least I use for 40 caps)
     
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  16. simplywonderful

    simplywonderful Active Member

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    not sure, maybe just that stuff I bought was messed up in some kind of way ( sprayed sugar or codeine or whatever they use to increase weight of the bud) What is the name of the strain ?:) good for you and Im glad that you enjoy it, I love to use the avb for coco infused oil for salve. If you pack it with normal paper at what temp you vape? I would be concerned about the bleach and other nasty chemicals leaching from the paper, and ofcourse most importantly messed up taste
    What a good economic way to use 8g better than few bowls or few Js

    Apologies for spamming everyone, does anybody with Glass mouthpiece lost their silicone ring ? and if yes were you able to fix it? replace it? what size of silicone tubing did you used?
    Thank you, you who are reading this :D !
     
  17. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    He's not putting paper in the oven. He's using it to cover holes in the fixture that helps him fill dosing capsules.
     
  18. simplywonderful

    simplywonderful Active Member

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    Ah I overlooked he mentioned tray, feels dumb right now lol :D , vapviking you are on of the OG members here, I remember you when I first got here, do you have any tips with that glass mouthpiece silicon little sleeve? Do you have experience or know someone who have experienceh with that? Thank you
     
  19. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    Gee, lots of members have been here far longer than me!
    I've never used one of those glass mouthpieces, so I don't know about a ring for it. But, seems to me that by the time you buy a length of med. grade tubing and shipping costs you might just as well approach the seller of the glass m.p. and buy a few o-rings of the proper fit. Wouldn't they typically last pretty long?
     
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  20. Vaporcussion

    Vaporcussion Well-Known Member

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    Sounds like you mean the mesh pad (liquid pad) as it's called.

    So.... the V3 water adapter works great! it's a perfect seal, tight and secure, just spot on. Exploring different temps, it's possible I like dry vaping better... but wow...
     
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  21. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

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    You do not have to put water in the bong, quite a few people use their bongs dry.
     
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  22. Vaporcussion

    Vaporcussion Well-Known Member

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    Will try that, thanks!
     
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  23. Vapor4me

    Vapor4me Well-Known Member

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    Hi guys,

    So that dreaded day has come, when I have had to start a RMA for my Mighty.

    I have read very positive and very negative experiences from folks interactions with customer service at S&B, so I wanted to share my experience until now, and pose some questions:

    - Finding the link for an RMA was not easy, first I was drafting this email to "info@S&B..." until I remembered I had seen (in this forum) a link to the place I was looking for

    - They got back to me pretty quickly (8hrs), which is a good thing, but maybe too quickly, as some of the info they sent me is not relevant (e.g. Please declare the value of the device as less than $100 USD
    and clearly indicate it as a "Temporary return for repair service" --> Irrelevant because I'm in the EU, and they know it coz I had to indicate my country of residence. )

    Now for the question: Aren't they supposed to send me a return label with free shipping? Is this by law or by their good will? Coz they did not include any.

    Cheers!
     
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  24. jdent3

    jdent3 Well-Known Member

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    In my experience you have to pay for shipping it to them. They are telling you to declare the amount as less than $100 USD do they don't get charged duty and taxes. Also declare it as a warranty repair to avoid duty and taxes. Just convert $100USD to euros if that is your currency.
     
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  25. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

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    The mighty needs it`s own RMA thread, I can`t believe people keep patronising S&B by purchasing this to start with. If people with too much money to spare would stop buying and recommending this unit, S&B might get off their lazy asses and fix all the problems once and for all.
    I cannot believe people actually purchase a spare because the know they will be sending their current unit back for repair sooner or later.(Don`t bother telling me how good it tastes is a reason to have a spare because all the problems would soon leave a bad taste in my mouth)
    I can understand people doing that with the Vivant Alternate but not with something so over priced like the Mighty.
    We know they can make a bullet proof products if they want to, look at the Plenty and Volcano.
     
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