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Md_Hybrid

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I received them today, as you can see they'll hold a little more than the original baskets which was a nice surprise.
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PDwasmy1st

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Even though English isn't my native language, I'm not bad a it and i can't figure out at all what you're describing neither. And I read it a few times. :2c:
tear a piece of rizzla off and wrap it around the metal tanks where they join enough of a buldge in the rizzla as to keep it from moving inside the glass mouthpiece , which is the job the orange rubber ring did , i think there were 2 in there? i took both out never used them
 
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Grass Yes

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tear a piece of rizzla off and wrap it around the metal tanks where they join enough of a buldge in the rizzla as to keep it from moving inside the glass mouthpiece , which is the job the orange rubber ring did , i think there were 2 in there? i took both out never used them
I have so many questions. WTF is rizzla? It might be a brand of rolling papers? Are the "metal tanks" the cooling unit? How is this better?
 

Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LANAAAA! (TM2/TP80/CC/FW7/OAB
Yeah possibly a quick inspect. There was no signature required but had a big sticker mentioning customs inspection with an arrow. I have never had one, I’m excited to try it but have a really low tolerance 😆.

Awesome, quoting you in the main thread to reply, I do recall having a customs inspection notice on something once too?? Anyway I would suggest you start with the low temps, long slow draw, you don't need to load much, but that should help you manage with the tolerance a bit

Just compared it to the Mi and it’s way smaller, and the stems fit! I ordered some HA 4 pill stems that should be here tomorrow. 🙌🏾

Nice, yeah I just love using it with interior basket screen plane in backwards RBT stem as WPA through hooks or other dry glass...

By any chance do you know if it turns itself off in session mode? Turned it on to do some burn offs, I can smell something that I don’t want to inhale. Wonder how many burn offs I should do and for how long?

I'm not sure, other people posted about using session mode for burn offs, I'm not sure if I would so much, I don't think it would need that much burn off and you wouldn't want it to be running too long on too high ideally, but I'm sure it's safe that's just me
 
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Awesome, quoting you in the main thread to reply, I do recall having a customs inspection notice on something once too?? Anyway I would suggest you start with the low temps, long slow draw, you don't need to load much, but that should help you manage with the tolerance a bit



Nice, yeah I just love using it with interior basket screen plane in backwards RBT stem as WPA through hooks or other dry glass...



I'm not sure, other people posted about using session mode for burn offs, I'm not sure if I would so much, I don't think it would need that much burn off and you wouldn't want it to be running too long on too high ideally, but I'm sure it's safe that's just me
It just smells funky. Can’t describe the smell but I don’t like it. Maybe it’s the oring smell inside where the stem goes? Maybe just new device smell?
 

CleanHippie

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Looks great ! It is funny cause i was just thinking about that today and was going to propose it to the maker :)). I would really add some extra art looks to its simple beauty.
I want mine in seemless flower of life pattern <3 !
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Imo walnut is not the best wood for etching because it is so dark and the black lines get lost in the grain :).

I would love to have a flower of life pattern on my TM2 once it arrives, so beautiful!

Does anyone offer a service like this?
 
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Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LANAAAA! (TM2/TP80/CC/FW7/OAB
Not sure what you mean. 😂 I’m a noob at this. I can take out parts by the heating chamber?

Unscrew the top ring, you can then pull out the o-ring, and pull out a metal tube, to clean them all for yourself. You can also gently clean the inside upside down with lightly dampened q-tip iso, and let everything air out, that usually helps things neutralize. :tup:
 

fangorn

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I would love to have a flower of life pattern on my TM2 once it arrives, so beautiful!

Does anyone offer a service like this?

if you want to send it to me at my post office box... I can take care of it for you! 😁

just insert 2$ with the tinymight for the service, I'll settle for it! I would like you to add the stems too... so that I can soak up the atmosphere of the vaporizer, so that the engraving is well connected!

and... no need to give me your address for the return... I'll manage 😂


(sorry, that was too tempting!!!)
 

Momor

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I have so many questions. WTF is rizzla? It might be a brand of rolling papers? Are the "metal tanks" the cooling unit? How is this better?
Yes rizzla is a brand of rolling papers and i also think the metal tanks are both parts of the CU. It seems to act as an o-ring in the middle cooling unit but it's not made of silicone, that he wants to avoid iirc.
tear a piece of rizzla off and wrap it around the metal tanks where they join enough of a buldge in the rizzla as to keep it from moving inside the glass mouthpiece , which is the job the orange rubber ring did , i think there were 2 in there? i took both out never used them
Ok, understood. If you're using the original assembly of the cooling unit I think that you may lose a little bit of airflow doing this because you're feeling a part of the gap between the parts of the CU where air travels.
As long as you're happy with the result, that's what matters.
 
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Shit Snacks

Milaana. Lana. LANA. LANAAAA! (TM2/TP80/CC/FW7/OAB
OK, had to skip a few pages but I'm back in here reading again. Don't anyone tell TinyMight. I wouldn't want them to feel overconfident... ;)

Just live vicariously through me buddy, any surprise I caved to ordering walnut TM2 planning to get red later as well?? But I have to be honest, I've been using my original, really no complaints, so I don't think you're going to feel too much pressure yet, eventually I'm sure you'll grab one, will be nice for the fully polished evolution, but for your needs probably fine without, I guess I am trying to be a good influence for once! :lol:
 

RustyOldNail

SEARCH for the treasure...
That's literally what any forum-based website is. Mods can sticky and monitor, but the same questions for any topic will always get asked, always.

Geez, I learn something new every day…. :)

There’s also something called the “SEARCH” feature, which I LEARNED how to use, so I could perhaps FIND the ANSWER, before posting yet another QUESTION, that had already been ANSWERED!
 

cybrguy

Putin is a War Criminal
Just live vicariously through me buddy, any surprise I caved to ordering walnut TM2 planning to get red later as well?? But I have to be honest, I've been using my original, really no complaints, so I don't think you're going to feel too much pressure yet, eventually I'm sure you'll grab one, will be nice for the fully polished evolution, but for your needs probably fine without, I guess I am trying to be a good influence for once! :lol:
Heh heh. No surprise. But your point is correct. I have barely used my backup because my first one still works great. Yeah, I've had to tighten it a few times and once jiggle the haptic motor, but generally a fine product that I use every day and still works mostly without issue. A third would really be guilding the lily for me even tho it has some improvements.

We'll see what the future holds. Maybe I'll feel the need to give one to my brother... ;)
 

noobvaperct

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Geez, I learn something new every day…. :)

There’s also something called the “SEARCH” feature, which I LEARNED how to use, so I could perhaps FIND the ANSWER, before posting yet another QUESTION, that had already been ANSWERED!
Agreed, it's probably more work to make a post versus search, lol.
 
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