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Thanks man, I would never vape so much using the mighty.Oh, yes that o-ring. It is a valid concern. As I mentioned, mine was dried out and cracked easily, I don't think I would do this job if I didn't have a new one to pop in.
Very sorry I did not measure it! A good estimate might be had by measuring the visible bowl diameter and than guess based on photos.
@JCat, have you any experience or suggestions on the ring? (The seal between the chamber proper and the tan color housing.)
Unless you are a 'power user', like 8+bowls a day, you probably won't "need" more than one spare c/u, and even that is mostly for convenience.
There are several nice tips that can make cleaning easier. One is that you don't need to completely remove o-rings or screen from c/u before iso cleaning.
I think my vote would be for one c/u and either a w&t kit or screens and o-rings a la carte.
I happen to like dosing caps and suggest you have at least a small set to try out. The 8-cap caddy is a clever design - the lid is a capsule filling funnel.
To never use Mighty with a proper water piece would be a real shame. I disagree that avoiding wpa's is the consensus. Adding a whip in line to the water tool simply adds length to the vapor path and lets more vapor condense before it reaches the user. Using a whip alone (no water) can be nice.
I've had Mighty/Crafty for about 6 years and have not chipped the body where the wpa mounts. Exercise care, knowing that it is a 'weaker area'. (breaks like this are covered by the 2 yr warranty)
Safest wpa to protect Mighty is the Delta3d v3, and you don't need 2 sizes, it is sized for both 14 and 18 mm glass joint. In design (and in practice) the silicone is just pliable enough to bend and break free from the joint before cracking the joint. Wpa itself is all silicone (but for the screen)
(Delta currently has an interesting "mystery sale" going on, a box full of assorted Mighty items at less than 1/2 price.) I happen to like his stands (color choices!).
Mighty has held a place in our rotation from the moment it (Crafty) arrived, even as lots of other vapes have nosed their way into use. Great choice for a gift to self!
Small loads no problem, just add top screen or maybe a oils pad on top of material to hold it steady (not swirl around) in the chamber.
I decided to chase after a TinyMight instead.
Thanks all for assisting.