I have been wanting The Plenty for some time now, but didn't get it until just recently. There have been a few interesting discussions about it, so I wanted to leave my review. This is a brand new Plenty, I know that some people dislike it because the temperature goes under the red, but it doesn't do this with the newer ones.
For the first use I fully loaded the chamber to the top, some Jack Diesel. I started heating up the Plenty but made sure to leave the chamber off, I don't mind having to pull a bit to start getting vapor, the alternative is burning off terps/wasting them. I went all the way to 7 the max temperature to get the full experience, once it was in the red I put the chamber on (this thing goes WELL above the red roughly 440F). I got a good five draws of no visible vapor as expected, and then it started...
As far as intensity goes, this is definitely a 10. This thing hits like dabs literally, I was practically dying from coughing so hard. At one point in the session, I wondered if I could actually finish it. Well I did, but wow the Plenty's chamber filled to the max, and temperature up all the way is a straight killer.
I was seeing complaints about the Plenty I would like to address for anyone interested in getting one:
1. The heater won't turn back on - This seems to be a more commonly reported issue with the older model Plenty's. They say the Plenty will reach temp, but turn off for way too long, then it goes under the desired temp mid session. This gives huge flavorful draws in the beginning, but mid session it just kind of dies off.
The way the heater turns off and back on for the one I have works well for my uses. I find it doesn't fluctuate more than what a Volcano Classic would regularly.
2. General performance issues - There is no way the Plenty is being used correctly, or is operating normally. This thing hits like dabs, I don't know how one could say the performance is anything other than incredible. Unless they either aren't using it correctly, or the unit/heater specifically is not operating normally.
The only real argument against the Plenty would be the amount of material used, I can't really say at this point but many others complain about this.