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The Mighty by Storz & Bickel

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

  1. simplywonderful

    simplywonderful Member

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    I was seeking for the same info some time ago, without success so Im thankful that I found solution which might benefit others. I think it fits better than the original because it dont fall out that much
     
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  2. BigJr48

    BigJr48 Well-Known Member

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    Where were you able to purchase them (if you don't mind sharing) I've been having problems locating a reputable manufacturer.
     
  3. simplywonderful

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    glass mouthpiece 5/7 = 0,71cm= 71mm, thickness is 0,1mm
    arizer extreme q adapter to glass mouthpiece/regular one size _
    my screen was soaked for weeks, nothing happened to it :D Its the hologram as fellow fc member suggested
     
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  4. HughJundys

    HughJundys Willie B. Hardigan

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    This is not approved by corporate.

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  5. Etsu

    Etsu Active Member

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    Hi,

    As I finally figured out how to post images, I wanted to share with you the best mighty case I found.
    It is a PSP case, the PSP is a portable video game device by sony from early 2000. At home I use the soft case provide with the PSP, and to go out I have a hard case version I bought 15 years ago that can handle chocks and falls.
    As nobody use PSP anymore, I’m sure you can get those cases for free from friends, family or flea market.

    Here’s some pictures:

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  6. Some-new-user

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    Thank you, that's an awesome find!

    *only just noticed you have a crafty cooling unit on there. Looks kinda cool. Any reason for this in particular?
     
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  7. reek702

    reek702 New Member

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    does any one know the cost to have the mighty's plastic housing replaced? Mines has broken and i would like to have it replaced, just would like to have rough idea on the cost before i send it in. Anyone here had it done before?
     
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  8. Vaporcussion

    Vaporcussion Well-Known Member

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    I've tried 4 different cases, and this one looks perfect! Question; can you fit the capsule dispenser(s) and still close the case without stretching the zipper?
     
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  9. Etsu

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    I come from years of combustion, I don’t like when the vapor is too cool, and I feel like the vapor is less cool with the small cooling unit. (Sorry for that horrible sentence, english is not my native langage)

    No, you can put some caps in the basket if you place them at the extremities, but not with the orange storage piece.
     
  10. BigJr48

    BigJr48 Well-Known Member

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    I bought a AmazonBasic case for 5in. GPS that works great for less than $10
     
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  11. blackstone

    blackstone Well-Known Member

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    I got a few tiny cracks looked at on mine just before my warranty expired (European market),
    and they offered to replace casing for free, or a new Mighty for €79.
    If you are outside of warranty, what you might find is that they do not offer a repair service if the warranty does not apply, at least on their portables anyway.
    I heard this on FC once and was skeptical but I have since confirmed it with S&B EU.

    They may offer you a discount on a new unit, but depending on the price and terms they offer it might be worth it to check if the new one comes with a warranty or not,
    as I just learned my new Mighty for €79 didn't come with the full warranty.
    They consider it a replacement under the first warranty, which transfers over with no extensions to the period of cover, even though a (greatly reduced) fee and a new unit are involved.

    So after two years we're on our own besides those discounts on new prices from the maker (and battery services from @JCat ).
    If anyone has a casing crack or something to get looked at, I would act on it at least one month before warranty end.
    Then if you do get a reduced price new Mighty you'll have more than a week to figure out if it's as solid as it's supposed to be.

    I also think there is slightly better taste from the small Crafty CU but probably less cooling going on too!
    I'm not going to mix and match cooling units anymore though.
    I tried the Crafty one on my old Mighty and later a piece broke off the Mighty top.:shrug::ko:
    Maybe I'm ham-fisted at times but the only thing going on top of this new Mighty is the cooling unit that came with it. (They "click" into place now)
     
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  12. condor020

    condor020 Member

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    when something work great it feel more and more beautiful day after day
     
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  13. tdriver

    tdriver Well-Known Member

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    if anyone creates 3d printed housings,..... count me in for a couple.
    that's even worse than I thought it would be ...… no spare housing at all after warranty ??
    WTF S&B !!! at least sell the parts that will break/wear-out.:shrug:

    if anyone is creating (3D printing) housings …. count me in. (pm me)
     
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  14. Some-new-user

    Some-new-user Active Member

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    This is one thing that's bugging me with vaporizers. There doesn't seem to be anything user replaceable or anything from a reliable company anyway. It's like do the faulty units just go in the bin? This is quite wasteful, it's a shame to see because I prefer dry herb vaporizers. The e cig pens are modular. I wouldn't even mind if it wasn't a universal fitting (510 etc) it would just be nice to be able to buy a new heater, battery or processor when something packed in. A Mighty modular would be amazing in my opinion.

    Been thinking of investing in a 3d printer but I wouldn't feel up to printing cases. I really feel like these companies could do better for both the consumer and the environment.

    Plus extra sales! I wonder how many people would buy extra heaters and batteries just incase or to have a few spare ready to go.
     
  15. Vapor Trails

    Vapor Trails Well-Known Member

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    Anyone know if any retailers have any Mightys on sale?
     
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  16. crownroyaldaddy

    crownroyaldaddy Active Member

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    I have been looking as well.

    I dont see many sales and most codes dont work with S&B stuff. The cheapest ive seen is around $290 on ebay. Im personally trying to holdout for the next ebay 20% code
     
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  17. HughJundys

    HughJundys Willie B. Hardigan

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    The cheapest I'm aware of is Puff It Up. They have a 15% off code. They will also throw in a 4 pc grinder and a nice stand (which is necessary in my opinion). Comes out to $296.

    Mighty for 15% Off this week with coupon code PUFFEDUP
     
  18. AddictedToCombustion

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    hi guys i recently bought a mighty new one with 20% more battery. the guy said it has boost of +18 degrees celcius so does it go past 210 degrees celcius. also whats the best way to get the most stoned out of the mighty right now im course grinding and using the dosing capsules to keep the base clean. and
     
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  19. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    Temp will never go over 210.
    You might get marginally better extraction from a medium grind.

    Everyone will have their own preference about how 'stoned' they want to feel, but I suggest high temp (200+) through a water tool for max impact.
     
  20. AddictedToCombustion

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    ok so i want to use it at 210 but it rips my lungs out if i take a big hit to the point i can only puff on it like joint. what would be the best way to intake it at 210 without any water filtration
     
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  21. Vaporcussion

    Vaporcussion Well-Known Member

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    Well, 210 is crazy hot without water. I'd suggest 180-190 (vaping dry)
    To each is own!
     
  22. Rollingstoned

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    After my experience with the mighty, any temperature below 190 C (375 F) is a waste of your herb.
    I start at 190 and finish at 205
    I have never used a water tool and never will.
    You can try lower temps but all your getting is a good flavor, to get the most out of your herb stay with 190-205 and let us know how that goes
     
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  23. Some-new-user

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    Don't think there is an easy technique to this. Like you say small tokes. You could possibly add some silicone tube to the mouthpiece but I feel like this would take things away from the experience (vapour condensation in the tube) I'm thinking of a way around but struggling.

    I would really suggest lower temps. Slower inhalation also (as if you were only breathing, not smoking/vaping).

    I salute you though 210 or even 200 is an end of session temp for me. I'm usually around 360f-380 max.

    Perhaps combine your vaping with a warm beverage? Help condition the throat so it's not too much of a shock. Lungs will still rip though.

    Hope you get there. Interested to hear other opinions
     
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  24. OyVape

    OyVape Well-Known Member

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    I strongly disagree! some of us actually prefer the high with lower temps. It’s not “wasting” your herb. Different strokes and all that. I get huge rips sometimes at 340+, depending on the herb.
     
  25. vapviking

    vapviking Well-Known Member

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    As I mentioned, you'll get a lot of different answers. See below.
    Maybe you need a Volcano. I imagine the vape gets a good chance to cool down in that bladder/ballon thing!
    Realistically, whatever you use to mitigate the harshness at higher temp is going to also diminish the amount of vape due to the condensation you'd be introducing. If you ran through 5 cooling units in series, you'd be collecting a lot of condensate in them! But the hits would be smoother on the throat and lungs.
    I think a lot of folks have different impressions about temps where herb may or may not be wasted. At lower temps it's not just a flavor issue, though flavor is definitely better in lower range, the effects of the vape itself are simply different. Some people even prefer those to the effect of from high temp vape. For them, getting a light 'functunal' buzz may just hit the spot and be all they ever really want or need from the bud. Would that really be a 'waste' of herb?

    I don't understand why you have such negative feelings about using water tool to moisturize what is otherwise a very dry (=harsh) experience. It sounds like you may not ever experience what it is you're missing!

    And @OyVape put it pretty succintly! ^^^
     

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