High capacity portable?

vapeguy

Well-Known Member
I got a... I forgot what it's called now but anyway I have a small portable vaporizer from a few years ago but it only lets you put in a tiny amount. I'm used to a Volcano Digit at home where I can load a few grams at a time, what are some portables with a very large chamber for herb?

Just found the box the one I have now is the Arizer Air 2, it's great I just don't like the tiny chamber size.
 
vapeguy,

Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LANAAAA! (TM2/TP80/CC/FW7/OAB
I guess just get a Mighty? If that is the only feature you care about, it has hybrid heating though mostly slow session conduction there is some convection and it has a decent size chamber, but there is no portable that let you load that much at a time... IQ2 is a nice one with a large chamber, full session conduction, though I prefer something like tinymight for the pure convection on demand, but you're not going to load that much, but hit for hit will be much better than what you are used to and more than what you are used to anyway (better extraction more power faster, hits more like desktop)
 

vapeguy

Well-Known Member
Convection is important to me, are there entirely convection portables? I can tend to not take a puff for several minutes which is obviously bad with a conduction vape.
 

Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LANAAAA! (TM2/TP80/CC/FW7/OAB
Convection is important to me, are there entirely convection portables? I can tend to not take a puff for several minutes which is obviously bad with a conduction vape.

So the better distinction, is that you want an on-demand vape, session style is what is constantly cooking for you without you hitting, typically session style is pure conduction but there can be all sorts of hybrid. And most on-demand vapes are pure conviction though there are some others... Tinymight is hands down my all-around favorite vape, let alone portable, let alone on demand pure convection portable, it also uses glass stem chamber vapor path so there are so many options and great purity easy cleaning. TM2 is coming out this week... On the budget end there is the xmax v3pro and xlux roffu as well, not quite as good with the vapor quality or quite as powerful, but very impressive for the price (and made in China, come a long way! Yes they finally have on demand pure convection, there are a few other options too but these are my top suggestions for you then) Finally you can get on the list for the Firewood8 if that appeals to you as well (but it'll be quite a wait unless you get one used somehow) it is pretty unique ceramic swappable chamber hybrid on demand vape (I do love my FW7)
 

badbee

Well-Known Member
Convection is important to me, are there entirely convection portables? I can tend to not take a puff for several minutes which is obviously bad with a conduction vape.
A TinyMight could be good for you. The load size is adjustable but is best somewhere between 0.1 g and 0.25 g. Reloading only takes a few seconds (similar stem load procedure as the Air 2). It's fully on-demand convection. If you want to use more than 0.25 g just refill (capsules are available and could be preloaded).

The Boundless CFX and Tera vapes are known for bigger chambers. They are less expensive, and not as good, as the TinyMight.
 

cx714

Space Invader
If you’re willing to go butane, you should also check out O’Connell Woodworks. His vapes are known for their big bowls (and on-demand convection). Cream City Vapes have them and a 25% off promo code for Labor Day that’s probably still valid.

There’s also a bit of a glass renaissance going on atm: Rogue Wax Works (@RogueGuy), Glass Charlie (@davesmith), and Herbal Therm are offering reboots of the Vaponic which, near as I can tell, allow the outsize bowls you’re after. Hybrid but all glass and can lean toward convection— Rogue has a full convection option.
 

Abele Rizieri Ferrari

Well-Known Member
Speaking of OCWW, they also got those injector bowls to pair with Neo. If you get for example a j hook with it I think you get a pretty portable setup and the bowl I believe is pretty spacious? And from what I've read the Neo handles extraction of bigger loads decently.
 
even if I have been out for a while I still use it with pleasure the Boundless Tera holds at least 0.3 unless you use the capsules of the Crafty without a cap then about 0.2 there is a special discussion in the forum I read that every now and then they give some discounts because the price is not low but the package is full of accessories https://vapefully.com/en/product/boundless-tera-vaporizer/
 
Sidvicius,
  • Like
Reactions: XpeeN

cx714

Space Invader
...are getting all the reddit hate lately; order from them with caution.
I’ve ordered from them before without drama but that was pre-PACT. Pre-buggered supply chain, too— they def drop-ship at least some of their “inventory.” Also, they note several weeks’ lead time for OWW right there on the product page.

But like everything internet, you saves your dollars and you takes your chances.
 
cx714,

AJS

Calm Consistency
Lot of great suggestions in this thread.

Just found the box the one I have now is the Arizer Air 2, it's great I just don't like the tiny chamber size.
So this is two parted. Are you positive it's the chamber size, and not the potency/hit style of the Air 2?
You can get pretty damn stoned off very little weed, but not all vapes will get you there.

Maybe you just want more of a ripper instead of a sipper?
Or are you sure chamber size is the biggest factor next to on demand convection?

There are some vapes that are like slowly sipping on a small joint (arizer air)
Then there are vapes that are like taking a massive lung busting bong rip to make you sweat (herborizer, ball vapes).

They can use the same amount of weed, but I can almost guarantee an herborizer through water will hit you harder than an arizer air.
(I love the arizer air)
 
AJS,

Flow

Well-Known Member
Hi !
You may want to read the Airvape Legacy pro thread, or to go on their website to make up your mind ?
I own one, as i own dynas, sticky brick OG and a beautyfull SSV...
I do enjoy pure convection hits and the "On demand" mode on this device works flawlessly !
Add @Gary-Airvape here and you have a top notch device with a reactive Manufacturer !
As you said you want something with high capacity, you'll find more 18650 on their website, or you can go with an induction charger as a way to keep battery up - cordlessly… :) (they even sell the powerbank with induction charge)

BUT…
As size does matter…

OG sticky brick with restrictor disk just rules them all !!! :D
I don't use it that much, my tolerance would drastically and quickly increase… but my stash won't :D
 
Last edited:

jonthehuman

New Member
I had the Arizer, way too small of a chamber, agreed. I have a sticky brick OG that holds at least 3 times as much as the arizer, but my go to remains the mighty+ ... though after reading some comments here I'm looking for the nova now... I use the Old Head Freight Train at home, the mighty+ keeps me afloat when away...
 
jonthehuman,
Top Bottom