Hi - thank you for your question! Yes, we did use a replaceable Lithium Polymer (LiPo) battery on our FIERCE. We designed a battery that was soldered to its own PCB that would communicate with the PCB on the device itself. It worked great and we were very excited about it. The issue was with the battery manufacturer. During our R&D and testing phases, our manufacturer was supplying us with batteries that were well made and stable. However, when we went into full production there were far too many batteries that were rejected during our QC (quality control) testing. We reached out to several other battery manufacturers as well, but they were unable to do any better. Through vigorous and tedious testing, we were able to approve the batteries we needed to complete the limited FIERCE units that we had produced, and also have inventory for user replacements. The bottom line is that our devices have less than a 1% defect rate - and we realized that with the inconsistencies of the FIERCE battery, it would be too difficult to maintain our standard with that device.Regarding the lithium polymer batteries you stated they need to be soldered in , if that’s the case why not so with the fierce ? I’m confused by this tbh
Won’t it be the same size as the Fierce? Or at least very close in size. That’s what I’ve come to understand. We’ll see. Watching and waiting...Perhaps I missed it, but are there any pictures of the rogue next to the fury 2 and other commonly understood sized objects? Trying to get an idea of it's size.
Well, they posted the dimensions. If anyone has the dimensions of the old Fierce, you could compare.Won’t it be the same size as the Fierce? Or at least very close in size. That’s what I’ve come to understand. We’ll see. Watching and waiting...
@HealthyRips.com Could you guys do some unit testing to see if 450°f, or even 440°f would be viable? Obviously you are too close to launch to make changes, but if it's possible, we could get a firmware update through a private requestable link.Hi! Sorry for the late reply - we've been crazy busy! Yes the heater in our ROGUE is more powerful than our FURY EDGE. We overbuild the heaters in our devices and then power them down with the PCB configuration so that they match the temperature on the display. If we didn't do this, our devices would easily combust the material - and we definitely don't want that .
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Hi, Thank you for your input! There aren't any temperature fluctuations on our ROGUE - we learned a valuable lesson from our Fierce. We spent several months building and testing ROGUE prototypes and making adjustments to ensure that we would get the hardware and PCB dialed in perfectly. We also designed our ROGUE with our FURY EDGE owners in mind - all the glass accessories are interchangeable.I'm just hoping and praying that it doesn't have the same heating/temp fluctuations problem that the Fierce infamously had due to it's bigger chamber... I know they probably focused on that in it's creation, but you never know. I personally love the size of the Edge's chamber, but if this one turns out well, I'll probably end up needing to get one of these as well.... So glad their continuing the trend with the edge and not continuing the stem into the chamber thing like Airizer's. Definitely smart to keep to the Edge glass stem adapter, especially due to the interchangeablility with Dynavap stems and so much more (you guys see the the new Simrell MVS fits natively into the Edge!? That means the Rogue too!) But yeah, definitely still a little concerned about that bigger chamber/temp fluctuation issue. Fingers crossed.
Hi, Thank you for your question! We are comfortable with a max temperature of 430°F. Anything higher than that runs a risk of combustion, and that would defeat the purpose of a DHE (Dry Herb Extraction) device .@HealthyRips.com Could you guys do some unit testing to see if 450°f, or even 440°f would be viable? Obviously you are too close to launch to make changes, but if it's possible, we could get a firmware update through a private requestable link.
Not looking for a response from HR on this but just wanted to say that I am ALL for rebranding the name of the instruments with which we fuck combustion.DHE (Dry Herb Extraction) device