After reading through all the tips on using the titanium hand piece on this thread, I discovered my problem. I was using way too much material and my heat way much too low. I found by using roughly .2 and adjusting the heat from 1:30 to 3, I was able to get 2 incredibly efficient and potent draws. I also put the glass handle aside and hooked up a elev8 whip right to the base of the titanium tip. Was able to handle the hot titanium pretty securely with the stronger whip but it def could be improved. I'm not suggesting not using the glass handle, I just personally find it inconvenient.
I'm starting to think these micro-dosers were/are onto something. .2 worth of material for these effects is pretty surprising.
I remove the bowl from the ditanium and draw another a second or two to cool the herb off between hits. I don't put it back on until ready to hit again.
so just to get some closure and clear the company's name, i messaged the company directly with the comparison pictures and they said my unit looks fine. they gave me some great tips (Adam really is great, wow) and i think i'm starting to figure it out, so it turns out i was just dumb all along. i thought i had convection figured out after a year of smashing e-nano bowls one after the other but maybe not lol
......... please don't tell me it was a old style glass hand piece! Those things are as rare as a unicorn these days and imho just as wonderful. If I broke mine I'd cry the new style isn't for me........ I don't like it ........... I hate it.... a lotI broke one of my glass handles. Damn it. Luckily, I was prepared!
Where is the dial when it's turned off?So I’ve been playing with the Ditanium again after having shelved it for a while. I discovered that part of the trouble I was having, was using it under a ceiling fan. I would have never thought it would have cooled It so much, but I was hardly getting clouds with the dial maxed out.
However, even using it away from the fan, I have to be at 2:30-3 on the dial to get big rips. Yet every review I see they’re ripping it at noon, not sure what’s up with that.
Where is the dial when it's turned off?
I don't think there's anything holding the dial in a specific spot, mine is off with the mark straight down, noon seems just about right for me, but each unit may be a little different?
It's like the Evo, analog and individually unique.