I am very happy with the ruby, but it is all that I have tried. I have tried concentrates with my Firefly 2 and it works, but I don’t have great success with this device. I also have a Terp Pen XL that is marginal for me. What I like about the Pockety is the size, convenience, consistency, and speed. I vape in my garage and I have limited space for my vape supplies, the Pockety fits right in. I also have a charger right by the device so battery life is not a concern for me.
The OP, @felvapes, has used most of them I believe. He has been MIA for a month now though. Find his YouTube videos and he might talk about the differences.Has anyone noticed a difference in function when using the quarts, ruby, sic, ect?
Not good at dry herb vaping, like most (not all) concentrate vapes.I saw on the site that it can be used for both but am not seeing many review for dry herb use.
The bowls are dumb and the unit has no idea what is in it. But it worked, multiple times now.
No idea. Right after I posted above it got stuck at 807° F again. This time I took it apart and used a contact cleaning brush that is for camera lenses. It hasn’t had the problem since after maybe 6 or 7 uses. Maybe I just need to take more care when cleaning the heater contacts.Could it be the tension you twist it on with? The Peak Pro 3d is super sensitive to exactly how tight it is otherwise get the flashing atty error cop lights. I think the Pockety uses a very similar atty so maybe when you swapped it out for quartz you hit the sweet spot?
Holy moly! A $2,000 insert?!? I'm thinking go with the ruby lolAnyone pre-ordering the Diamondium insert? I think i'll be grabbing a Pockety in the near future, but i'm more of a Ruby gemstone enthusiast!
Holy moly! A $2,000 insert?!? I'm thinking go with the ruby lol
I gotta try this, only been doing cold starts and been amazed by how good it isI usually do cold starts with my pockety, but I did a hot start yesterday and the flavor was way better. A surprise to me because I already think the flavor is so good on the pockety.