I still have absolutely no idea what @Poostuff was trying to say....baffled, really.I'am missing @Baron23 too!
He posted a few times the absolutely most(imho) useful advice ever, on the Mighty.
:Use the bowl native with the liquid pad on top for micro dosing.
Holly mannoly, Soooo efficient.
I'm also missing his hilarious remarks about blocked nose and stuff from vaping.
"SNOT CITY" , ,Maaaan that remark had me in stitches, still does actually .
@Baron23 I'm looking forward to your posts on the Volcano Hybrid.
(I have it in my sights, but holding of till bit more knowledge posted about the new toy on the block.).
I suggest , we are looking forward to see your newest posts on the New Fuck combustion site.
As for the hybrid, mine is still working perfectly. I have no charring or melting of any plastic part of the housing and I have no issues with the device at all.
I let the oven sit on the unit for 90 seconds of preheat then hit the fan.
I don't use the profiles or whatever they call them in the app. The one thing I really do like about the app is the ability to change the auto-shutoff to, I believe, 4 hours which I did.
I have the whip, but don't really use it very often. For me, the Volcano is a bit of a weed hog and I use it for those nights where I just need fast, strong medication before bed. For that, I like the bags. I thought I would hate bags before I got my old Digit, but I find them to be great for my purposes.
I'm generally putting any where from about .3 - .45 g in the oven, pre-heat, run at 446 F, and that bag just will knock me out. I do try for a second bag, but if its too wispy (strain dependent IME) I shut it down and I'm ok with the level of extraction I get.
I do kind of which that they stayed with the more tactile buttons on the Digit for the Hybrid, but I kind of understand why they changed based on manf costs and costs to repair failed mechanical switches. I just find the flat film switches on the Hybrid to be very sensitive...so, I just be a bit more deliberate with them. But frankly, I like tactile switches. For example, my Acura MDX has a lot of touch screen controls which you have to look at to properly actuate. But with older vehicles with actual switches you can feel the buttons and generally do things like change a radio station without having to look. Just me I guess...I'm an old fart...but I do think something in the user interface is lost with these touch screen implementations.
Cheers and see you over on new FC.