My grasshopper almost exploded.
So, seems like I'm going to submite my fourth warranty request or whatever the fuck that means. I just switched batteries with my unit turned off and instantly I started to smell burned electronics in my room. My grasshopper got REALLY hot, like I couldn't even touch it, but I tried my best to unscrew the unit and remove the battery. My fingertips are hurting at the moment. The battery was melting and the top piece just got fucked as you can see in the picture. My room is still stinking like burned electronics btw. Honestly I'd just like a refund at this point (I don't know if that's possible, since I've already registered for the three previous warranties)
I don't know how I missed this, but first of all, @lovecrush , I'm glad nothing worse happened."Your Hopper tested to operate in the acceptable heat range. Unit was retested multiple times with a nearly drained battery but was unable to recreate the excessively hot Back End. Nothing was replaced on your device. I apologize that I was not able to replace your Back End, but the heat was well within the acceptable range- Caroline"
In all seriousness, that is pretty disturbing.. glad nothing catastrophic happened. I've been down this exact road with my first back end, burned fingers and all- thankfully not to the melting point. I was plenty frustrated, can't imagine the level you're at
This issue is now no longer a simple warranty... this isn't something they should take lightly, and I hope you will present it to them as anything but routine. This should keep them up at night, but they need to know about it in a serious way (are ya listening, GH? ).
I have the charger about 8 feet away from my herbs; when I drain a battery I place it in a tray next to the charger until there are 4 batteries ready to charge.Oooo, yeah, sorry - jumped in at the wrong end of the conversation, hahaha
Hey, when you use a vaporizer daily, you start to develop some interesting techniques
I get at at least about 50 feet of extra walking in each day. And the more I use the hopper, the more walking I have to do.
Thank you, thankyouverymuch.