Other brands of Accessories that fit the TinyMight.

T.Airz

Member
My Tinymight will be arriving on Tuesday and I am already thinking about what aftermarket upgrades (stems or WPA). I know some splinter stems work but I’m not sure which ones. Any information would be helpful and appreciated. I am new here so hopefully I’m doing this right.
 

Abysmal Vapor

Saturnine in my mind
You can get 14mm glass WPA and i think also custom wooden stems ,just message @Alan , @khelek41girl probably can hook you with some wooden beauties too. I guess you can get splinter stems at various places or opt out for the one offered on the official site.
 

Jill NYC

Portable Hoarder
@T.Airz - welcome to FC!

You did do it right, and I have been meaning/wanting to have a separate thread for stems, etc for Tinymight for awhile, so thanks for starting it! (Especially since I also finally ordered one as well last week and am getting ready with accessories as well)

The stem needs to be 16mm (outer diameter) to fit (Be aware that glass has variances, so it is a gamble to buy 3rd party b/c they may not fit, but these seem to be pretty consistent)

These are the ones that seem to fit the best thus far:

1) RBT Straight Stem (as a WPA)
2) Grav Labs Upline Taster
3) Octo Taster 16mm (more options available with colored cover for these stems)

I hope @Shit Snacks , @Siebter , @Vaporific , @SquirrelMaster and others (sorry to all I missed) will add to this thread in time as they have been experimenting quite a bit for the greater good.
 
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T.Airz

Member
@T.Airz - welcome to FC!

You did do it right, and I have been meaning/wanting to have a separate thread for stems, etc for Tinymight for awhile, so thanks for starting it! (Especially since I also finally ordered one as well last week and am getting ready with accessories as well)

The stem needs to be 16mm (outer diameter) to fit (Be aware that glass has variances, so it is a gamble to buy 3rd party b/c they may not fit, but these seem to be pretty consistent)

These are the ones that seem to fit the best thus far:

1)RBT Straight Stem (as a WPA)
2)Grav Labs Upline Taster
3)Octo Taster 16mm (more options available with colored cover for these stems)

I hope @Shit Snacks , @Siebter , @Vaporific , @SquirrelMaster and others (sorry to all I missed) will add to this thread in time as they have been experimenting quite a bit for the greater good.
This is so freaking awesome. I’ve always dreamed of having other people to share my passion for vaping with. My wife vapes as well but she doesn’t care about it like I do. She doesn’t understand. She gets so tired of hearing me talk about it lol. But I’ve finally found my kind of people that understand the passion that I have.
im excited to see this thread grow. Thank you!
 

SquirrelMaster

Well-Known Member
@Jill NYC
I should have check my alerts, I just posted in the Tinymight thread lol. Here's a copy paste from that thread.

Here's my current lineup of Tinymight stems. Starting from the left:
RBT 19mm Short Stem
Grav Labs 3" Upline Taster
Tinymight Official 80mm Long Stem
Tinymight Official 55mm Short Stem
Airistech Herbva Bubbler

I've said it before and it still stands that the Grav Labs stem is my favourite stem when going dry. This all comes down to the shape of the mouthpiece that is not only smaller but also oval so it sits perfectly on your lips. The cooling affects (because of the loss of the cooling unit) "may" not be as good as either original stem but that I haven't noticed a big difference and the feel of the Grav just makes it that much better for me. There is no adjustable bowl like the stock stems but the longer I've had my Tinymight the less I pack huge loads anyways (only when going for a walk if I don't want to change stems will I load 0.5g in the 80mm stem).

The stock stems are both really good but because I generally draw long and hard with short breaks the long stem is preferred because the short stem can start to get pretty toasty. Taking a short break between puffs will negate this so it's easy to use the short stem if you don't rush. The Grav Labs stem is worse for getting hot so I'll either cycle stems or give them a minute to cool down between sessions. There is a little more cooling with the long stem because of the extra glass. Being able to pack large loads is also a plus but again I'm finding smaller (same depth as internal stem width) loads are preferred.


The Airistech Bubbler (which I posted a video of earlier in the thread) works much better in theory. In use there usually either isn't enough water to make a difference or there's too much and you get splash back. I honestly haven't given that much effort to using it but it was cheap and I'll revisit sometime to see if it's any better.

The only time I use the RBT stem dry is when I place it in a simple j-hook I have otherwise I use it with a hydratube or bong filled with water.




 

T.Airz

Member
@Jill NYC
I should have check my alerts, I just posted in the Tinymight thread lol. Here's a copy paste from that thread.

Here's my current lineup of Tinymight stems. Starting from the left:
RBT 19mm Short Stem
Grav Labs 3" Upline Taster
Tinymight Official 80mm Long Stem
Tinymight Official 55mm Short Stem
Airistech Herbva Bubbler

I've said it before and it still stands that the Grav Labs stem is my favourite stem when going dry. This all comes down to the shape of the mouthpiece that is not only smaller but also oval so it sits perfectly on your lips. The cooling affects (because of the loss of the cooling unit) "may" not be as good as either original stem but that I haven't noticed a big difference and the feel of the Grav just makes it that much better for me. There is no adjustable bowl like the stock stems but the longer I've had my Tinymight the less I pack huge loads anyways (only when going for a walk if I don't want to change stems will I load 0.5g in the 80mm stem).

The stock stems are both really good but because I generally draw long and hard with short breaks the long stem is preferred because the short stem can start to get pretty toasty. Taking a short break between puffs will negate this so it's easy to use the short stem if you don't rush. The Grav Labs stem is worse for getting hot so I'll either cycle stems or give them a minute to cool down between sessions. There is a little more cooling with the long stem because of the extra glass. Being able to pack large loads is also a plus but again I'm finding smaller (same depth as internal stem width) loads are preferred.


The Airistech Bubbler (which I posted a video of earlier in the thread) works much better in theory. In use there usually either isn't enough water to make a difference or there's too much and you get splash back. I honestly haven't given that much effort to using it but it was cheap and I'll revisit sometime to see if it's any better.

The only time I use the RBT stem dry is when I place it in a simple j-hook I have otherwise I use it with a hydratube or bong filled with water.




Excellent! Thank you so much.
 

Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA


Top row from the right, I have my inline honeycomb rig, evolver hydracirc, and pinnacle water tool (next to it is a mistvape imp wpa with silicone to seal in TM for 14mm stem, would be better to buy a proper one from Alan though) then we have a custom dark blue 18 mm female mouthpiece made by a member here (they also made me a smaller little teacup color change glass one, both are a little wonky and not the most comfortable to use or the best at cooling... had an awesome green dryrotube from RBT that broke unfortunately, still hoping to revive it someday when I find a local glass worker...) Move along from left to right, next we have the Lamart mini J hook in amber glass, above it is the Grav octa taster (the one with the screen, overall hardly ever used, disappointing poor screen design and no cooling plus a tight fit), and above that is the new customized j-hook I got from Oregon Glass Blower (this one is 14 mm mistakenly, so he is sending me another in 18 mm also with a different mouthpiece because this trumpet mp is actually horrible for me...) with 32.5° angled 18F-14M adapter I got to use regular 18 mm RBT stem with 14 mm gear like the PNWT (Pinnacle hydrotube) then to the right of that is a 18 mm female right angled whip adapter I got from OGB to use as a mouthpiece itself. Below that is the standard TM short stem with cooling unit (I have a TM long stem too, but still haven't used it), and then to the left are my RBT stems to connect to all the 18 mm female mouthpieces and water tools... I have many more than this, but these three fit and are in rotation for now, the smoked glass is the standard RBT splinter stem (this is a thicker glass than the clear one linked above, with variance in their inner diameter which means different screens will fit, and yes slight risk of it not fitting the TM) next to it is an old custom clear Milaana stem made by RBT himself, well it was a standard thicker clear glass long sim that he used to cut down himself so the edge is a little uneven, had a handmade flame polish, but it slides in and out smooth... the screen in there is one from Delta3Dstudios, well the screen in the smoke stem is from Alan... then the black one is also cut down for the Milaana by RBT, but it came from MountainGlass originally, they offered a lot of cheap long stems in different colors, but there was a lot of variants in the glass, I have several of these and other ones do not fit and they all have different inner diameters... in this one I was able to fit an old course rimless RBT screen at the very edge of the stem. Then finally below that is the prototype stem from OGB, tricky because it has a 15 mm inner diameter instead of 12 mm, fits steel rimmed screen which will then always get stuck inside the TM when you remove the stem however (and even if a rimless screen fit inside, I would never be able to remove it) I have an idea to combine this with the whip adapter, making it a little longer with more spikes, so we'll see what OGB ends up sending me again!
 
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Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA
I ordered the Grav Upline Taster yesterday. Are people using certain screens to reduce the bowl size or is it gtg as is?
These should fit, make sure they are for the o-ring stems, just the ones in these links:



Yeah these fit 14 mm inner diameter stems like the stock TM stem and grav tasters.
 

Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA


Top row from the right, I have my inline honeycomb rig, evolver hydracirc, and pinnacle water tool (next to it is a mistvape imp wpa with silicone to seal in TM for 14mm stem, would be better to buy a proper one from Alan though) then we have a custom dark blue 18 mm female mouthpiece made by a member here (they also made me a smaller little teacup color change glass one, both are a little wonky and not the most comfortable to use or the best at cooling... had an awesome green dryrotube from RBT that broke unfortunately, still hoping to revive it someday when I find a local glass worker...) Move along from left to right, next we have the Lamart mini J hook in amber glass, above it is the Grav octa taster (the one with the screen, overall hardly ever used, disappointing poor screen design and no cooling plus a tight fit), and above that is the new customized j-hook I got from Oregon Glass Blower (this one is 14 mm mistakenly, so he is sending me another in 18 mm also with a different mouthpiece because this trumpet mp is actually horrible for me...) with 32.5° angled 18F-14M adapter I got to use regular 18 mm RBT stem with 14 mm gear like the PNWT (Pinnacle hydrotube) then to the right of that is a 18 mm female right angled whip adapter I got from OGB to use as a mouthpiece itself. Below that is the standard TM short stem with cooling unit (I have a TM long stem too, but still haven't used it), and then to the left are my RBT stems to connect to all the 18 mm female mouthpieces and water tools... I have many more than this, but these three fit and are in rotation for now, the smoked glass is the standard RBT splinter stem (this is a thicker glass than the clear one linked above, with variance in their inner diameter which means different screens will fit, and yes slight risk of it not fitting the TM) next to it is an old custom clear Milaana stem made by RBT himself, well it was a standard thicker clear glass long sim that he used to cut down himself so the edge is a little uneven, had a handmade flame polish, but it slides in and out smooth... the screen in there is one from Delta3Dstudios, well the screen in the smoke stem is from Alan... then the black one is also cut down for the Milaana by RBT, but it came from MountainGlass originally, they offered a lot of cheap long stems in different colors, but there was a lot of variants in the glass, I have several of these and other ones do not fit and they all have different inner diameters... in this one I was able to fit an old course rimless RBT screen at the very edge of the stem. Then finally below that is the prototype stem from OGB, tricky because it has a 15 mm inner diameter instead of 12 mm, fits steel rimmed screen which will then always get stuck inside the TM when you remove the stem however (and even if a rimless screen fit inside, I would never be able to remove it) I have an idea to combine this with the whip adapter, making it a little longer with more spikes, so we'll see what OGB ends up sending me again!
Just cross posting from the TM thread:

My new Oregon Glass Blower customs arrived today! They are perfect, the special mouthpiece of the 18 mm J-Hook is so much better (modeled after the Lamart mini j hook mp) and it is even a little more compact than the 14mm one (which is now going into storage until I can find someone to cut off its flared mp lol) Meanwhile the new custom prototype spiky bent 18mm female mouthpiece also renders the whip adapter less useful as a mouthpiece now. The cooler could probably be made even longer too, though as is the cost is $45 each if anyone is interested... Time to test them out, will report back, but just looking at them I already feel like they're going to be my go-to pieces at home, where I always am now!





 

ephemera.cannon

New Member
Anyone know of anywhere that's got RBT short stems in stock? All the stores I've checked seem to be out of stock at the moment.
 
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Tranquil

Member
Ordered the grav upline taster (wow that was cheap!) and a grinder while I wait for my TM to ship. I do eventually want a small water pipe of some kind, but I'm having trouble finding much out there. I don't necessarily need or want a big $150 bong, but a little bit of water might be nice. I suppose I can make that investment later after enjoying my TM a bit.
 

SquirrelMaster

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Ordered the grav upline taster (wow that was cheap!) and a grinder while I wait for my TM to ship. I do eventually want a small water pipe of some kind, but I'm having trouble finding much out there. I don't necessarily need or want a big $150 bong, but a little bit of water might be nice. I suppose I can make that investment later after enjoying my TM a bit.
Good choice, it's still my favorite (so far). For a water piece China glass use to be really affordable but shipping costs have pushed the prices up quite a bit. Some of my previous pieces are 50% more expensive so I would check local to see how they compare.
 
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Jill NYC

Portable Hoarder
@Tranquil Check out Sneaky Pete’s glass (if you don’t mind a logo), he has a few small ones that have excellent reviews - i believe his glass is from China, but good quality and reasonable prices. (Looking for something small myself)

@Shit Snacks - how are the new glass stems doing for you? I just looked at them again, and can guarantee if they were in my hands, at least one would be broken by now!
 

Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA
@Tranquil Check out Sneaky Pete’s glass (if you don’t mind a logo), he has a few small ones that have excellent reviews - i believe his glass is from China, but good quality and reasonable prices. (Looking for something small myself)

@Shit Snacks - how are the new glass stems doing for you? I just looked at them again, and can guarantee if they were in my hands, at least one would be broken by now!
Haha doing well, nothing broken, and the glass is super thick ;) I am using the 18 mm right angle j hook along with the 18mm spiky bent cooler, both wonderful pieces for so many vapes! My go to for TM, Mi3, GH+PA
 

Tranquil

Member
@Tranquil Check out Sneaky Pete’s glass (if you don’t mind a logo), he has a few small ones that have excellent reviews - i believe his glass is from China, but good quality and reasonable prices. (Looking for something small myself)

@Shit Snacks - how are the new glass stems doing for you? I just looked at them again, and can guarantee if they were in my hands, at least one would be broken by now!
Thanks for the heads up. I checked out Sneaky Pete and they seem like a cool group of people. The logo is super tacky, but I'm considering picking up the Mega Globe. Seems like an affordable water solution. Just need to find the right adapter.
 
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