I've had a couple of little odd incidents with the device just here over the past couple of days and since they've both occurred now about three different times figured I'd see if anyone else had it happen.
OK So, a couple of times now after clicking the power button the screen will just start to light up and then shut back off. So far it has powered right back up like normal immediately after. Also a couple of times when it powers up the screen is a little scrambled like some of the display information will be on top of each other. But like the other issue after powering it off then right back on the display will be back to normal.
Anyone else had something like this happen? I'm just hoping it's not like a bad sign and possible I may have a faulty device or something.
Wondering if anyone else has observed that the "tube" that slides over the heater screen on the ROFFU gets a lot looser over time?
Just per this picture, the tube will slide up and down with hardly and "grab" to it; it used to be much snugger. Maybe not a huge deal but every degree counts on the conduction points (even though this is a convection vape). I can't figure out why I'm having trouble posting a direct photo link to IMGUR, so here's just the link: Click for photo
Like I said, maybe mouse nuts worth of a difference if it was snug; just looking to improve efficiencies.
This gremlin has shown up on a few devices and does not affect performance, I would start a return if it persists and bothers you.the screen is a little scrambled like some of the display information will be on top of each other. But like the other issue after powering it off then right back on the display will be back to normal.
This is a fault that will get you a replacement from the factory and the only reason I can think of why they put it onto the email system for a fix.inserting a fresh battery starts the heater for 15 - 20 seconds or so.
This is another fault that is being worked on, a less-than-perfect tool and fix were supposed to be sent out to peeps that had this problem as I was asked to get post details from affected people but the hook and o-rings were not sent out. I have asked for a reason why but am yet to hear back, I am hoping that a better fix is almost due and the reason for the hold-up. Some users have resorted to slipping their spare oven plate o-ring onto the post to tighten it back up, I prefer mine loose and will not be fixing it.Wondering if anyone else has observed that the "tube" that slides over the heater screen on the ROFFU gets a lot looser over time?
Still working on it!@LesPlenty mentioned the company was working on a tool and replacement technique for the bottom oven oring.
I would try the e-mail route then if you have not already, let us know how you get on.I called them but they just referred me to the support email.
I have just been informed that he attempted 4 times and it would not work.Gave the roffu 2 piece silicon cover to a buddy of mine who does leather work. He is going to attempt to duplicate it in a thin leather today.
Stay tuned for pics…..if he can in fact do it.
Ya. He said he couldnt get the leather to flatten out when he was stitching it. He said he tried 4 times, then got frustrated and quit.that sucks, I had been picturing a sweet leather cover in maybe a light tan or maybe a mahogany - he'd have a market for those if he could pull it off
Does not look like thin leather on most but you can always ask as a leatherette material is also available.Isn't there a member here who makes leather items, I've seen "jackets" for other handheld devices, "Duba" maybe, cheers!
I received my Roffu WPA piece yesterday and gave it a whirl last night. Worked great!Another good sized group of wpa’s shipped out today. To those that ordered please leave feedback here when youve had a minute to check them out. Even sent out an angus prototype wpa. Hoping it’s a good fit and I can start producing those as well.
Thanks for the review. I personally start at 350 and stir/step to 375 then again to 395. I love the built in stir tool for this reason.I received my Roffu WPA piece yesterday and gave it a whirl last night. Worked great!
Definitely needed to adjust down my temp while using it so gonna try and dial that in. Maybe drop down to 360F or so. Got excellent extraction, flavor, and clouds out of it.
No ragrets here! Excellent product/craftsmanship! Cheers, man!
I replaced that stamped plate screen with a mesh job, it rarely ever needs cleaning. I use DDave Dynavap Ti screens myself,It was nearly impossible to get that damn screen to stick back in there again and it kept popping out.
omg the loose bowl and device turning on and off, that sucksHi, sorry if this has been asked/discussed before - I've skimmed through 20 or so pages of this topic but running out of time now so thought I'd ask....
Has anyone seen a problem with the Roffu turning itself off and on repeatedly on it's own?
Mine has just started doing this, out of the blue (had it for about 6 months now). It has spells of not doing it, then just starts turning on/off again
My glass bowl is also loose now as well, as I see mentioned above, so every time I attempt to empty the bowl by turning it upside down, the tube falls out as well. Is this just something that happens after a while?
I had put these photos in a comparison thread, meant to put them here!
@VaPeD&CoNfUsEd, Jo_Da Glass, was easy to work with! After a brief dicussion, I just gave him dealer's choice on colors and that worked out great. Cool looking, flawless function. Nice work!
I love the marbalized blue.
I didn't tell him the color of my Roffu. I think the green rings wpa would look better with a gray Roffu, but I like holding it up to a light anyway!
Originally I had dicussed Swedish colors, blue & yellow and I think he kept that at least a little bit in mind. He had told me yellow is a bitch to work, and that putting rings of two colors on the same wpa would also be a hassle.
We have not had one like that, we did have a run on some grey units turning on for a few seconds after the USB-C cable was removed after charging or a battery was installed but those problems are now very rare. I am sorry you have run into trouble but help is at hand, call the following number (or message) to describe your new fault and get the help you need...Has anyone seen a problem with the Roffu
This seems to be a wearing part and can be fixed by slipping one of the spare oven disc o-rings on the post. This is a known problem that a fix is being worked on for. An early pick tool was almost sent to those that needed it but the engineers were not happy with the tool and are currently still trying to come up with a solution.omg the loose bowl