You can see it here. "Cool Tokedvapor Trick" video.. I believe the heater is something @Berimbolero designed himself. Not 100% sure.
With the current production still dependent on retrofitting existing box mods, it might take a while before metal versions can be made. The overall dimensions and button orientations of the chips all vary depending on the model it was taken from. Metal is costly to have machined in small quantities.I might be interested in a metal version. I have no love for 3d printed plastic at all, it looks untidy.
You mentioned humidity in your other post and that may play a factor. It was a really dry summer here when I was building and testing the heaters of the first few orders. You could try using cruise mode as like a warmup function, like leave it in cruise for 15-30 secs before continuing with an on demand hit.Hi others TKV testers, how do you use your unit? I still have to find the perfect technic... sometimes it's nice for sipping and enjoying arômas and sometimes it's nice to pull out some big clouds but I like the sweet spot in-between... I use mine mainly with on-demand mode and rarely used the Cruise mode although I'm afraid I'm missing something...? So if you can get nice enough to share about your favourite technic with the TKV...?
About load size too, if I understood well @Berimbolero just throwed a pinch or two and shake between hits to stir... I found a bigger load allow bigger clouds and to tamp down a little helps to avoid hot spots, with loosely filled load the hot air follows the shorter path creating (small) hotspots. How do you load? Do you stir or shake?
I don't stir with the TM but the load is very small (I set the screen to a Vapcap load size).