Something, that I find helps with vapor density, is finely grinding your bud. Big flakes allow a lot of fresh air through, which can make the vapor wispy, as with most vapes I've seen.
I grind really fine—a habit leftover from MFLB finishing grinder days, I suppose. But I am beginning to think that this is one reason my experience differs so much from @Summer , as per an exchange of posts a few pages back: I tend to get a whole lot of smaller “sips” from a stem, whereas she gets relatively few (but I expect bigger) hits. I had been pretty flummoxed by these differences, but then I read in a post of hers in one of the grinder threads that she grinds relatively coarse. So maybe a finer grind is, if not “better”, at least different, in that it supports a different style of using the E-Nano, specifically my drawn-out, slow sipping. (I suspect I also start at lower temps.)
I mean, the E-Nano really is a versatile little powerhouse (and efficient, and convenient, and dependable, etc.).
(FYI, I now use mostly a Brilliant Cut Grinder, with a fine plate, but with quite a bit of upside-down twisting action before I turn it back right-side up.)
Does anyone else have thoughts on grind “level” versus E-Nano vaping style?
i figure one of your glass stems may break so save the future trouble of having to order again.
I just have to chime in again about multiple stems: I use them to great effect for comparison-and-contrast sessions: usually two strains (but as many as four) in separate stems, run round-robin through a session, in order to compare flavors among similar or dissimilar strains. Or just for fun and variety (I have done “fruit bowl”, “pine forest” and “savory spice” multi-stem runs with well-loved and novel strains recently).
I really think the ability to support this sort of exploration and celebration of flavors is one of the most interesting and (more-or-less) unique strengths of the E-Nano. (“More-or-less” only because I suspect you could do similar things with other log vapes.) I can’t see doing something like this with any of my other vapes, at least not easily.
So if you are contemplating stems, consider buying a few, not just for insurance against breakage, but as support for a really rewarding vaporization style, one that showcases one of your E-Nano’s unique strengths. (And note that the round-robin style is completely orthogonal to the “big hits versus slow sips” distinction: a versatile device indeed!)