Some of my latest makings. Purpleheart and wenge, with matching stands from the off cuts. Waiting for tubing to arrive for custom length condensers!
It’s tempting. The metal construction is fantastic, but USB-C charging, with the ability to use a battery pack for on-the-go recharges, sleek design, switchless and magnetic interface of the Orion swing me in that direction. Possibility of Rover 2Can’t say I’ve counted, it’ll easily last an evening out and about.
I’m sure you will be happy with whichever u choseIt’s tempting. The metal construction is fantastic, but USB-C charging, with the ability to use a battery pack for on-the-go recharges, sleek design, switchless and magnetic interface of the Orion swing me in that direction. Possibility of Rover 2
Thanks for the support. Tbh I was looking for more or a an argument for port side. I suppose I’m the type of person who would advocate for their preferred product. Sometimes it’s not as helpful as it should be.I’m sure you will be happy with whichever u chose
Clicks per charge?
Can’t say I’ve counted, it’ll easily last an evening out and about.
Love the info!! 12 bowls, that’s not bad! Ever gone through a full battery in a day?What's this?!? An opportunity to utilize all my needless and compulsive tracking! I recently tracked my PSM over three different charge cycles over a week to answer this exact question. Using my Ti Tip I managed to get 76 clicks each time. Granted, I was fastidiously respecting the click each time I was tracking clicks but still that consistency caught me off guard. The greater variance was over number of bowls vaped using those 76 clicks. The least I managed was 12 with a range of clicks per bowl, although more than 5 on average. The most I vaped were 15 but those were consistent, all vaped with 5 clicks.
Granted this is really only a case study of my specific PSM after approximately 4 months of daily use, but hopefully this can be illuminating for inquiring minds.
Clicks per charge?
30mm is still quite a big percentage more compared to he caldron. Just threw me off being called mini but being bigger.
Thank you! I'm super happy with the design and the way it feels/performs! Hopefully others will enjoy them as much as I do!
Thanks for all this. Really helpful.For the interest, the PSM was preceded by the Portside, which by comparison was larger;
therefore, the “Mini” Portside, an IH which was tote-able.
Then came the Cauldron, which lost the batteries of the PSM, thus smaller. And corded.
Since the rise of Orion, I would be surprised if Pipes doesn’t meet the challenge with his own
Version of the truly portable vCap Induction Heater.
If and when he does, I would get one in a New York second.
I used to be a VAS addict, then VCAS, now am selectively am an IHAS addict. I need help.
Favorite Dynavap and favorite heating method?DynaVap VapCap are the most utilitarian devices on the market. I measure that by ease-of-use. Although one can get elaborate, the VC can be a 2-minute/day medication device with a regular and simple maintenance routine that could be accomplished within 15 minutes. I really want to see a competitor do that.
The 2020M has the 10mm water pipe mouthpiece which I find very handy. I’ve found that the 2020M is very controlled in a conduction heater.I own a 2018m with a orion IH...is the 2020 m a worthy upgrade?
What does flipping the CCD do? The CCD is the screen inside the tip, correct?Only IH since day one. Favorite cap is the '18 un-crenelated with a spacer in the cap. This is the hardest coupling combo I have.
The '19 bone stock with the inverted CCD is a very close second. Both are old style caps.