Desktop Vaporizers

  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco

    Volcano Hybrid Vaporizer

    Ballon und Direktinhalation
    Verdampfungstemperatur gradgenau regelbar 40°C-230°C
    App mit Zusatzfunktionen
    Schnelleres aufheizen ~ 40 Sekunden
    Abnehmbares Netzkabel
    Made in Germany
    Die Volcano Familie bekommt Zuwachs und mit der Möglichkeit der Direktinhalation auch eine lang erwartetes Update. Die Direktinhalation hat verschiedene Vorteile wie z.b. die Möglichkeit hat den Volcano nachts oder beim Filme schauen geräuschlos zu benutzen. Da man den Durchzug bei der Direktinhalation selbst bestimmt hat man mit dem Volcano Hybrid neben der Temperatur noch eine weitere Möglichkeit auf Geschmack und Dampfdichte Einfluss zu nehmen. Auch ist mit dem Volcano Hybrid endlich das "Freihändige" dampfen z.b. beim Zocken möglich.
    Natürlich bringt der Hybrid auch alle Features des Volcano Digit wie die unübertroffene Balloninhalation und die Echtzeitanzeige der Soll- und Ist-Temperatur mit. Das bewährte Volcano Doppelhelix Heizelement findet sich auch im Volcano hybrid, wurde aber Leistungsmäßig aufgestockt, sodass der Hybrid in nur noch ca. 40 Sekunden bereit zum Dampfen ist. Mit den verschleißfreien und reinigungs-freundlichen Touch tasten gehören klebrige Tasten jetzt der Vergangenheit an.

    Die neu Entwickelte Mighty Hybrid App erlaubt es nicht nur Temperatur und Pumpe vom Smartphone zu steuern und einzustellen. Endlich gibt es auch eine Möglichkeit einen über die App einstellbaren Abschalttimer zu nutzen Energie zu sparen, wenn man nach der Session vergisst die Heizung zu deaktivieren. Mittels konfigurierbarer Workflows kann man sich eigene Temperaturabfolgen erstellen, damit man die Temperatur während einer Session nicht mehr von Hand ändern muss.

    Erstmals bei einem Storz & Bickel Vaporizer werden auch Firmware Aktualisierungen möglich sein.

    Lieferumfang:
    Volcano Hybrid Vaporizer
    Schlauchsystem für Direktinhalation
    4 Ballons davon einer, der selbst neu mit Ballonschlauch bestückt werden kann
    Hybrid- Kammersystem
    1 Konzentrat-Tropfkissen
    Siebset + Pinsel
    Netzkabel
    Anleitung
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    olcano Hybrid Vaporizer

    Balloon and direct inhalation
    Evaporation temperature adjustable to the degree 40 ° C-230 ° C
    App with additional functions
    Heat up faster ~ 40 seconds
    Detachable power cord
    Made in Germany
    The Volcano family is growing and with the possibility of direct inhalation also a long awaited update. Direct inhalation has several advantages, such as: The possibility to use the Volcano at night or while watching movies silently. Since you have determined the passage in the direct inhalation itself with the Volcano Hybrid next to the temperature yet another way to take on flavor and vapor density influence. Also, with the Volcano Hybrid finally the "hands-free" steaming z.b. while playing possible.
    Of course, the hybrid also brings all the features of the Volcano Digit like the unsurpassed balloon inhalation and the real-time display of the target and actual temperature. The proven Volcano double helix heating element is also found in the Volcano hybrid, but was increased in performance, so that the hybrid is ready for steaming in only about 40 seconds. With the wear-free and easy-to-clean touch buttons sticky buttons are now a thing of the past.

    The newly developed Mighty Hybrid app not only allows you to control and adjust the temperature and pump of your smartphone. Finally, there is also a way to use a via the app adjustable shutdown timer to save energy, if you forget after the session to turn off the heating. Configurable workflows allow you to create your own temperature sequences so you do not have to change the temperature manually during a session.

    For the first time with a Storz & Bickel vaporizer firmware updates will be possible.

    Delivery:
    Volcano Hybrid Vaporizer
    Hose system for direct inhalation
    4 balloons one of which can be re-equipped with balloon hose
    Hybrid chamber system
    1 concentrate drip pad
    Sieve set + brush
    power cable
    manual
  • Volcano or Plenty? Or Neither?

    Volcano for sure, you can use as much material as u want, it doesn't have to be packed full, you could put 1 little leaf in there and it will vape it, the beauty of convection
  • Volcano Digital review

    Volcano is just an amazing unit. The only thing I wish is that the bags were silent.
  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco

    That's very interesting because we can finally see the upgrade list. More than we anticipated, but enough?? Let's see:

    Copy/paste/Google-translated from that same page:

    Volcano Hybrid - reinventing an icon
    The new Volcano Hybrid combines the classic balloon system of the Volcano with the possibility to directly connect a hose system. We introduce you to the new features and have already tested the hybrid of course.

    What's new in the Volcano Hybrid Vaporizer at a glance
    One device - two systems:
    The Volcano Hybrid is a convection desktop vaporizer that you can either use with the classic balloon system or the new tube system. Proven design with sophisticated functions and excellent steam quality from Storz & Bickel.

    With the rotatable hose system, the Volcano Hybrid now has a new method to inhale the steam. Since the airflow has been improved, the pump does not need to be actuated. Your traction and your lung volume determines the amount of vapor inhaled. Thus, it is possible to adapt the Volcano Hybrid even more closely to personal habits.

    Digital display with touch function:
    Storz & Bickel has improved the usability of the hybrid with a touch display. This is especially for people who have difficulty pressing buttons because of illness. It has never been so easy to serve the Volcano. The basic functions of the display have not changed. This guarantees an easy start, if you know the old Volcano. But otherwise the operation is easy to learn.

    Improved heating time:
    Equipped with an improved double helix heat exchanger, the Volcano is ready in just under 40 seconds.

    The App of Storz & Bickel
    The Volcano Hybrid comes with an app to control important functions conveniently from your smartphone. You can use it:

    Activate or deactivate heating and pump
    Update firmware
    Save the serial number for quick access
    Set the automatic shutdown timer
    Personalize the settings
    Create workflows

    Delivery:
    1 x Volcano Hybrid incl. Instructions in D, FR, ES, Eng
    3 x Easy Valve balloon with mouthpiece
    1 x Easy Valve balloon with adapter ring (balloon change possible)
    1 x hose system
    1 x herbal grinder
    1 x filling chamber for herbs incl. 3 retaining clips
    6 x reserve sieves
    1 x drip cushion (oils evaporate)
    1 x cleaning brush
    Made in Germany


    Conclusion:
    Storz & Bickel have taken their time and the result speaks for itself. The new Volcano Hybrid is very easy to use and a very good choice for patients. The various settings via app are sufficient. We were particularly impressed by the new hose system. With it you can adjust your dosage even more precisely because you do not need the pump and really only inhale the amount you want. Anyone who already owns a Volcano does not necessarily have to access it here. Anyone who has been thinking of getting into a Volcano for some time now is well served with the new version and gets one of the best table vaporizers on the market with new useful features and improvements.
  • Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High

    @Baron23you use a volcano as well correct??

    i was wondering about this question the other day. a friend had a fun time with his buddies at a vape lounge and used a volcano for the first time... he's tried both my old crafty, and new Mighty. in his opinion, although he loves Mighty and wants one, the volcano was night and day for him. like it was hands down waaaay better.
    @VapeCritic is correct though, he obviously was ripping the volcano bags, while we sip on a Mighty...

    Its interesting, because many people i know who have used a volcano and tried my Crafty in the past for the first time, when i mention how its a S&B product and 'supposedly' it hits like a volcano... the response was always like 'yooooooo! it does hit like a volcano'!!!

    so i'm wondering. Is the volcano really on that next level?? i understand its the #1rated desktop
  • Volcano or Herbalizer?

    Not that I so much want an Herbalizer.. But I hear some places say that is an upgrade from a Volcano.. The only thing performance wise I hear that is much different outside of heat up time is that.. The volcano after 410-420 degrees the flavor takes a dip while the Herbalizer can heat on Max (446 i think) and flavor doesn't deteriorate. DOES anyone use either volcano or herbalizer on max temp setting??? IF so does your material come out black or almost black? I only have plenty/mighty.. I see when i use a dosing capsule in the mighty at 400 its looks dark brown to me almost black.. Anyways I just was looking into a Volcano for 420 and I saw herbalizer had a cheaper version which I believe doesn't have the inside tray and something called freestyle mode.. I still have time to decide, SO ANYONE out there with a volcano/herbalizer please chime in.. thanks happy new years~
    BTW You guys produced how to detect fake digit volcano to real ones? I just saw that other day lol
  • Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High

    HI Chandler - yes, I do have a Volcano Digit and prize it very much.

    However, I generally DON'T think of the Volcano as a 'heavy hitter'...ala' vape version of a bong unless you are will to drive it at some pretty high temps, IMO.

    I have often thought this was due to the fan and the volume of air pumped through which would dillute the vapor compared to hitting a Grasshopper, for example, natively.

    But every time I think my Volcano is my 'old man' vape, I break it out, load a herb/concentrate sandwich in a dosing capsule in the reduced chamber and extract at 440 F.......and end up in a different dimension! LOL

    This think about vape signatures is very hard to be definitive about. However, wrt my two S&B devices (Volcano and Mighty), I do agree with you and your friends, there is something very similar and familiar with the vapor from both of these units. Its like the S&B signature. The AVB, the smoothness, the overall effects seem very similar to me.

    I do love my Volcano and even though I have been using the EVO and Enano a bit more lately, I don't see myself selling or giving it away. I also adore my Mighty, extraction is wonderful and my AVB is very evenly browned.

    I'm not sure I was at all helpful, but in my limited experience....yes, S&B vapes seem to share some common characteristics in their vape signature even though the designs are very different.

    Cheers
  • Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High

    I get more high with the Volcano. It would be interesting to know , how much more (if at all) I am consuming by taking down a few bags vs. The Mighty. Also when I am using the Mighty it is for a few quick puffs and when I bust out the volcano it is some serious business. I think a more even comparison would be a good test. one bag from the volcano at 380-390 and then do the same for the Mighty with how many rips you get out of your volcano bag.
  • Volcano or Herbalizer?

    Yeah the Volcano bag set up is much nicer and the volcano fills much faster. Since the herbie has such an intricate heating system with the halogen bulb etc. It cannot have a fan as high powered as the volcano. You can always use the volcano bags to refit the herbie bag set up. Also the herb chamber on the herbie is only slightly larger than the Mighty. You can actually use your S&B dosing capsules in the Herbie bowl.
  • Volcano Digital review

    Hi all,
    I know this topic has probably been beaten like a dead horse, but here is my take on the volcano digit.
    I have been vaping for many years now and have tried my share of vapes.

    The volcano is no secret to anyone in the vape game.
    It has been (and continues to be) the industry benchmark for desktop Vaporizers for some ~10 years, and with good reason!
    It uses convection (hot air) to inflate a balloon with pure vapor, and then you inhale the vapor from the balloon at you leisure.
    This allows you to walk around with the bag and easily pass it amongst friends, without being tethered to a wall outlet.

    The flavour and efficiency is phenomenal.
    It probably works best with the bottom screen filled, so I'm guestimating 0.15. Although I have been able to use it with smaller amounts very successful. But it really shines with larger amounts and is the ultimate group party vape. Sometimes I fill one bag whilst another is being passed around.

    You always get consistent results every single time, which you certainly can't say for other Vaporizers. The volcano works perfectly every single time, no secret pack techniques or draw method.

    For dry herb it can't be beat IMHO.

    The quality of the device is second to none, some of my friends have owned their classic models for 6+ years! The EVO cloud is nice but there have been lots of issues with them reported and even my friends unit, so I didn't take the risk.

    It truly is the Gold standard in my opinion
    Have to agree with vape critic - Bud.. . 9.5/10
  • Volcano bag replacement/cleaning

    The fine grind, full pack, tamped down load is mainly for conduction vapes....NOT the Volcano.

    For the Volcano, as a pure convection vape, you do want medium to fine grind IMO (provides more surface area for hot air to reach and extract) and definitely want a lot of room left in the chamber to allow air to fluff up the load and extract. I generally put about.2 grams for myself and if I don't finish the load, I put the chamber on the shelf for the next session without worry. I have run with .35 grams or so and believe that .5 grams would be just as fine but I tend not to run large loads so I haven't really explored that corner of the Volcano's performance envelope.

    I have used the liquid pad on top of .1 gram loads and it was ok, but not necessary IMO experience but try it. Put your small load in the chamber and just pop the liquid pad on top, put on the chamber top, and extract. You will see first hand if you like it better that way or not. I tend to not use a pad as its not necessary. I believe a pad is more necessary with the Plenty as when in use the chamber is sideways and a small load will fall to the bottom but I don't have a Plenty so this is just what I have heard.

    As for ISO, I'm with Beamer....its Canada...not Rangoon (hell, they probably have 99% ISO in Rangoon). Get on Google and start looking around. Do you have CVS pharmacies up there? They carry 99% ISO also and I'm sure any medical pharmacy would be able to provide it to you (or get it if they don't stock it). Don't make a big deal out of it...if you seek, you shall find. >:O
  • Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High

    I'm with Sue. I hope you get a chance to try one.

    When I mentioned 440 F degrees, I would like to be more clear about how I use the Volcano.

    Generally, I run at 385. That's a temp that I seem to like in general for a wide variety of vapes. I have run the Cano at 355 - 365 and its lovely and gentle. I tend to run a bit cooler when vaping while doing something else...e.g. Friday evening, drinking a scotch, some friends over for some grilled steaks. I tend to run the Volcano at 365 as we want to sip it as the night is young and getting too blown out to eat is not the objective! LOL

    But for me alone for my medical dose before bed, 385 generally. I don't often temp step up as I have done this in the past and while I have gotten more vapor boosting to a higher temp (i.e. 420-ish) once it starts to get a bit whispy, I'm really not sure its worth it.

    Now, reduced chamber with dosing capsule....and in particular with an herb/concentrate sandwich load, I crank that sucker up to 420-440 and the vapor is as dense and chewy as from just about any other device I have used so far.

    Like Sue, there are some other vapes I enjoy in the rotation, but I will not sell my Volcano....it still surprises me with just how damn good it is.
  • Volcano vs. Plenty - Extended Review & Comparison

    @VapeCritic - Hi Bud - I couldn't find this vid comparison on your Vape Critic site.

    Oversight??

    I looked for it in the Comparisons area...did I overlook it?

    @VapeCritic- Hi Bud, just a little P.S. I just watched the vid....great stamina mate. I run Volcano bags like that last one and don't know if I would be coherent doing so right after that Plenty load! LOL

    Just a quick additional comment on differences between Volcano Classic and Digit. I have the Digit and I'm very happy with it. But the Digit has an auto-shut off timer (one hour I think) where the Classic does not and that becomes a bit of a PIA at times. The other is the Classic has rocker switches while the Digit has momentary on/off switches. I'm sure that this is because it is indeed a digital on/off signal to the guts of this thing, but I tend to think of a simple rocker switch as just being more robust....and certainly more simple (did I say simple enough times yet! LOL).

    As a note though, my Digit has not had even a whiff of reliability issues. Its a rock.

    Also, maybe just missed it but I don't think you mentioned that the Volcano also has a reduced chamber for use with dosing capsules. Personally, I only use them for herb/concentrate sandwiches as I prefer the function in the native oven, but these dosing capsules can be VERY handy for people with movement or dexterity issues who have a care giver to pre-fill titrated doses. Not my use case, but I imagine they are a life saver for some MMJ patients.

    Thanks for the vid! :D (Y)
  • Volcano or Plenty? Or Neither?

    I didnt like my Volcano back years ago when i 1st bought 1. Sold it. Wasnt a similar experience for me as smoking back then. Didn't get into the loud bag filling system. And me personally didn't always have high quality herbs so the Volcano seemed airy to me. In the end, i sold after about 3 months of use. Now, im bout to get the MV1 when my turn comes around. It suppose to better mostly all around then the volcano and plenty to my understanding.
  • Volcano or Plenty? Or Neither?

    I appreciate all your feedback! I was in class so I'm sorry for the late reply.



    I've thought long and hard about the Mighty. So I appreciate you clarifying that the Crafty was the culprit of the RMAs. If it's improved that much then I'll go ahead and put it in my list of vapes I'm considering. But what about the warranty and customer service? It's probably due to Pax owners being spoiled with a 10 year warranty, but when I see the Mighty only having a 2 year I kind of got bummed out. Personally, 3 years is my minimum.

    My main gripe with choosing between the Mighty and Plenty is that the Mighty is $100 more and I just can't seem to justify that. It's a little more annoying to clean from the videos I've seen, it's completely made of plastic (yes i know it's medical grade) and it's batteries are bound to die eventually.
    Unless the Mighty undoubtedly outperforms the Plenty, I don't think I'll be able to justify the extra cash.

    The only thing making me consider the Mighty is puffitup and the accessories it comes with (glass adapter and mighty stand). Other than that I've been gravitating toward the Plenty and Volcano.

    As for efficiency, I know the Volcano and Plenty have huge chambers but I thought there were ways to use less trees? Like using the liquid pad to cover the flower? As long as I can vape 0.3 or less without any issues, I'm sold. I think that's how much I pack in a Pax? Correct me if its more/less.
    And aren't there also the Chamber Reducers and dosing capsules? Are those lame or are they just bad for performance?

    I'm also very interested in the EVO but what made me turn away was the glassware. I know that without the glass, I wouldn't be satisfied lol. And that glass brings it up to Volcano pricing and then I'd have to decide between them haha.

    I apologize for my indecisiveness. I'm just hesitant to go in without feeling secure about the product. I want to spend my money on something that will last me a long while, and even if it does have a hiccup I know the customer service will back me up or do their best to do so.

    Thanks again!

    Edit: I didn't like the italics.

    ...man I really am indecisive
  • Volcano or Plenty? Or Neither?

    I find the Volcano gets me harder if I am using it by myself. I don't like the dosing capsules so just fill the thing up and have 3 bags and I am on cloud 9. With the Plenty I would take hits until I am satisfied and then put it away.

    Plenty is going to give off thicker vapor because you are drawing it up with your breath. The Volcano is forcing more air through it so the vapor won't be as thick.

    I think the thing with an everyday driver is going to be how you get accustomed to it. Switching it up always gets me more high.

    The issue with both these vaporizers is the set up time. I think the Volcano makes more sense as you can have it as a center piece where it looks normal sitting on a coffee table in the living room.
  • Volcano or Flowerpot or Cloud Evo?

    I own a Volcano and an Evo...if I had to choose it would be the evo. Volcano is too dry and flavor to me is nothing near the Evo.

    Evo you can preload small baskets and always have tasty hits. I use the Lynx Whip Kit. Add a just enough moisture while you draw a super smooth and tasty hit.

    Volcano is great because it is efficient and 1 bowl last a long time. Easy to share. Easy to use.
  • Volcano or Flowerpot or Cloud Evo?



    I get it. I too came from bonging combustion. As a drummer, I can't tell you which pair of drumsticks is best, I can only tell you what I like and dislike within the music I like to play, and why. Likewise, as a vaper, it is impossible to say "which is best". That disclaimer aside, as a pure desktop that is pretty portable and can be thrown in a small bag to take to a friend's.... I really LOVE mine. I like it better than the Volcano, which I use one or twice a month. Basically, the Plenty is a Volcano "heat engine" with the air pump now being your lungs. If you want to rip a magahit, you can. I've proven to many-a-doubting-friend that a rip on the Plenty is a Bellringer. It competes with bong hits in intensity, yet no combustion bong hit ever obtained the wonderful taste it does. I just love it. Easiest thing to clean. Rigorous cleaning takes 5 minutes, something I do about probably every 20 sessions or one per month. It's only low score in my judgement is its relative inefficiency, very important to some.

    They all smoke blunts, jays, and bong hitsJMH
    I know this crowd well. I was a founding member :)

    If they like blunts, jays, and bong hits I could not possibly believe they would not like a StickyBrick. One of, if not *the*, closest to combustion without combusting (well, if you're a risk-lover like me you WILL combust occasionally -- torch technique -- but that's part of the allure and absolute fun). Once you "get it", "getting it" again becomes second nature. The other day while working I didn't even realize... I loaded and used my StickyBrick Jr..... The CEO noticed I did it sort of automatically, and asked if I realized I just took a massive hit... I replied..."yeah, not that you mention it".

    Regardless, I wish you well. I'm eager and happy to answer questions about my vapes, just as others have answered mine. My vape equipment is Plenty, Volcano, FireFly2, StickyBrick Jr with bubbler, Stiiizy (only carts I'll use) and I just ordered an Omni Titanium XL ... @VapeCritic seems to use them often on live feeds, which is revealing, and so it was time. FYI. They are having a special. Buy a Omni Titanium and get a "M" for $20. Use Bud's code, "STAYUP", and get included shipping.

    My next vape will be most likely an MV1.. I like the idea of it and that @VapeCritic recommends it. He hasn't failed me yet :)
  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco

    Since I got a volcano 2 weeks ago.... I've used it twice. It's nice to have I guess. My volcano is always loaded so it's kind of cool i can just flip the switch and have a bag filled within 5 minutes. I've learned the quality of vapor from storz and bickel is good but not as good as some of my other devices. Unless this thing is tottally different , I won't be purchasing it.

    Mighty plenty and volcano are the devices I own. None of them get used
  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco

    So, not to be argumentative with @vapecritic who is my dear friend and who I respect immensely. But, that does not mean that we always agree on everything.

    To me, the Volcano is like my Braun coffee maker. I have owned Braun coffee makers for some number of decades, replacing one with another newer model when the old one burnt out or just got to groody.

    They are all slightly different, but the basic function and process is the same. Heat water, drip it over grinds, coffee comes out the other end. Yes, they add Auto-off and Auto-on functions, you can pull the carafe out with the coffee still brewing and it won't spill, LED displays, whatever. But these are all, to me, just bells and whistles. Nice to have, not critical to base function.

    I sort of see the Volcano in that light. Base function is to heat air, pump it at a fixed speed through a load, and capture the vapor on the other end in a bag. It does that wonderfully, IMO.

    Bud mentioned a possible improvement being variable vapor density. But, IMO this is easily achieved via temp control. I run my Digit max'd out at 446F and the vapor is dense to the point I wouldn't want it any thicker (choke out on it) and I tend to like hard hitting dense vapor.

    Another thought is improving efficiency. Its one knock on the Volcano....it takes a goodly amount of herb to get best performance. Not sure exactly how that can be achieved but that is one area for improvement. Of course, with falling MJ prices, this may not be important to some others.

    Just me...I don't use my Cano daily...but I probably run it once a week. Its great on those nights when I just don't feel like fucking with anything complex and just want a quick bag or two for pain and sleep. For that, its a wonderful device. Easy to set up, super easy to use, no muss, no fuss.

    I would be interested in Bud's and others view of what would constitute an real improvement. Heat up time was slow, but its now down to 40 seconds which is pretty acceptable to me given that big ass heat sink that's in there (and hopefully still in there).

    So, what do you think....what substantive improvements did you want to see in a Cano?

    Cheers
  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco

    Oh man, now I feel so guilty for " throwing the stone and hiding the hand" on the Cano livechat discussion :fear:
    Yeah I know replied because he wanted, nobody made him talk and he disagrees @VapeCritic for his own reasons as he stated right above this comment, but I still feel like I rekindled with the spark of the doubt.
    Specially considering I have never tried ever a Volcano, none of 'em :down:

    I am totally agree with Baron on this subject tho, because I have yet to see a better refference on the vaping world when considering a high standard quality from any gurú I've met so far.

    IMHO there's no way anyone should be comparing the "upgrades" to the FF2+ to the ones on the Volcano Hybrid. There are some changes that make me believe there will be some different taste and behaviour compared to the old units. Not that it implies those differences will be huge or tiny, nor better or worst. Not that everyone or even anyone could taste the different either but definitely worth the comparison test.

    Talking about vapor density, would not only temp but speed fan could change that? Am I missunderstanding that there were a fan speed control now in this updated volcano? Not only that but also the fact that "they say" now there will be a conduction effect going too (more potent like a Plenty? :roll: ) Isn't that an improvement you were looking for, Bud?

    About efficiency, having the "same" bowl as the plenty wouldn't allow it to use those dosing capsules? That would mean you could efficiently vape little amounts of herb. Right??

    I was in a blank state at the time of streaming on pointing out any possible improvement. But if I could chose (and of course if it's viable) I would make the mobile app able to control the amount of conduction going on on a session (or even in real time) so you could chose between:
    "Pure" hits vs "Power" hits.
    "On demand" hits (with the whip) vs "Session" hits


    While we think about that let's wait and see how Bud reacts after his:
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  • Volcano Hybrid on display at Liftco

    high folks,

    i was about to buy the plenty and saw the new volcano. I have the crafty and a mighty but would like something with a bigger chamber for special occasions.

    Im not interested in the balloon system of the volcano i would only use the whip. Im indecisive because i would like something future proof and a step up from the mighty but im not sure if the volcano hybrid is 400€ better than the plenty. @chronic pain you are one the few people owning both devices. You like the plenty more?
  • Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High

    Do you get more or less high with Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High?

    I've recommissioned my Volcano and find it get me more sneaky high when compared to the portable units. Am I wrong to assume this?

    Obviously there's a level of cognitive dissonance when smoking so its hard to quantify.
  • Volcano bags in the freezer??

    I just saw a namaste vapes review where he compares a volcano to another vape. In the end he says you can even put these in the freezer looking at the filled balloons.

    Is there something I'm not doing with my volcano that I should be?
  • Volcano or Plenty? Or Neither?

    I'm a daily toker and I currently own the OG Pax that I got back in 2014. I recently got back into vaping after losing my charger about a year ago before moving. Now that I'm back into it and have tried to educate myself I see all the flaws in my Pax. I have solo sessions for the most part with an occasional group of three or four. During my solo sessions I sometimes take a couple hits in order to do my school work while other times I'll pack two or three full ovens within a couple hours.

    I have narrowed down my list to the Volcano and Plenty. The Volcano is great to me since I'd be able to walk around while medicating instead of planted like I assume I'd be with the Plenty. However, the Plenty is said to produce denser vape and also allow you to control your draws and how fast your pulling the air up.

    My main concern is efficiency and which will allow me to micro-dose if need-be. While I am aware that there are WAY more efficient vapes (VapCap M, logs, etc), these are the vapes that currently call out to me the most. I'm aware of the Mighty and its might (i had to), but the mixed customer service reviews and the fact that every Mighty owner seems to have sent their Mighty in at least once makes me overthink it.

    If there are better vaporizers for my use, please, go ahead and give suggestions! Especially those of you that have experience with both. I'm also aware of the Arizer Solo II and Air II but I've heard about the airway running through electronics and I'm not fond of that idea at all. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    Thanks for your time and any comments you give are much appreciated:)

    Edit: words
  • Volcano Digital review

    Thank you for your review and there is absolutely nothing wrong with "beaten like a dead horse" specially when that "dead horse" is still one of the top desktop vaporizers available.

    I still have and use the first volcano vape (the heat knob before the digital came out) for god knows how many years, at least 6+ and still love it. Never came across a single issue yet even after using so long with very heavy use lol.

    People think S&B product are overpriced which yes all their product is def up there in price... but with everything in life, you get what you pay for. I sure as hell got my moneys worth from the volcano and still believe it's one of the top desktop vaporizers available.

    reeces peeces!
  • Volcano vaporizer safe?

    The Volcano is one of the few vapes to have received certification (in some country or another....well, really the EU, I think) as a medical device.

    Google the Volcano Medic and you will see its basically the same vape but it carries the medical device certification.

    TL/DR: No, its completely safe.
  • Volcano vaporizer safe?

    Wow, Vapornation agreed to ship my Volcano and case expedited shipping for a reason smaller than what you ran into.

    I ordered my Volcano from Vapor Nation and my Mighty from Vape World and found both to be very good on those transactions.

    Thanks for the insight.
  • Volcano High vs Mighty/ Crafty High

    you should definitely try the volcano at some point. on a daily basis i use my crafty and/or grasshopper .... but when i do decide to bring out the Volcano I always am happy i own it. i personally love the bags :D

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