Thanks. It came in today via herborizer. Unfortunately the glass is damaged.
The glass I ordered from you (the replacement glass for the injector stand) was damaged as well by the way.
I love my herborizer but from the issues with the glass I am beginning to doubt if the company loves their product as well. It's just shoddy and disrespectful to their customers.
Thats frustrating on all counts. I had an issue with my herborizer ti when i got it, I got in contact and they sorted it out, but i bought it direct from them. Had to make something else to use in the mean time. Need it for medical reasons. There is another issue with the herborizer but im sure they will sort that out too. Smaller companies that make products can take a bit longer to deal with issues but as long as they do I think its better to support them especially if the product has longevity, alot of vapes seem very throwaway, same with far too many products.
But its very annoying when little things are not quite right with something.
No I don't blame you guys or anything and it's still functional. Replacing it would be wasteful, but thanks for reaching out here
Nice way of thinking. True gentleman. ( going by the avatar, forgive my assumption if wrong)
Incase you hadnt thought to do this, ( i suspect you already know but it may be usefull for others)
Where the top outer edge of the injector sleeve is damaged could be smoothed off with 400 grit or higher abrasive paper, if you do smooth it off it needs to be done in water or under a gently running tap. You can hold the abrasive paper flat on the bottom of a sink, abrasive stuck to a lolly stick works well, or use a diamond grit knife sharpener. Always do it wet
. To stop dust glass. Be gentle so as not to damage fingers or glass. Go slow.
If it gets jammed again you could try smearing a little bees wax round where the 2 pieces join and gently heat the female part only,(in a cup of boiling water, level shouldnt be as high as the bottom of the male joint), leave it for a minute, then use tongs to hole the male portion under cold water. then repeat. I wouldnt freeze it beforehand first,At least till i hit frustration point, I think too big a temperature change could still stress the glass even if it doesnt break it.
Bees wax should seep into the joint, hot expansion/cold contraction will help free it too. Avoid bees dicks, they explode.
Above - My solution for a stand.... the metal thing is a test tube clamp, it needs to be at 45 degrees to the injector, then it doesnt knock the side of the jar. Best with some pebbles in the bottom. I let my bong water offgas chlorine in it before using, to give the jar more stability. The longer test tube clamps are better for mugs/glasses. I will post a better pic so people can see what i mean with a mug. Makes for a good,low cost, temporary solution. Or a great permanent bodge job. I will be making a more elegant solution. when i get rid of my square toits and get a round one.
No worries about it sticking in the stand. The test tube clamp was less than £1.50, the empty pasata jar meant having to make pasta for tea....
There are normaly short lengths of silicone tube where the clamp contacts the handle and the tip faces the other way to avoid branding myself. MMMmmmmmm the smell of pork ribs......