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Vape The Plenty by Storz & Bickel

Vitolo

Vaporist
I am warm and well. Tucson has not seen any storm or overly cold temps.
I hope that your warm and comfortable too.
 

Vitolo

Vaporist
The SSV is on 24/7 here, and has been since 2010. First Vape in the a.m., and last vape before bed.
I clean the wand and whip daily.
See the process I use at https://vaporasylum.com/threads/the-silver-surfer-by-7th-floor-llc-the-ssv.536/
I still after 12 years am using the original wand, with the original screens in it.
I change the whip every few years.
The tubing you see in the image below is 5 years old.
I changed it this morning for a new one.
I still have about 25 feet of this tubing, meaning I am set for a while, both for myself, and maintenance for
patients that I serve.
It has a neutral odor, and while stained from years of use, it is still 100% clean.
I replace this tubing when it begins to allow insertion into the wand too easily.
That means that time and heat have shrunk the material a little... making the wand end a little more stiff.... less flexible

Photo on 2-21-21 at 9.47 AM 2.jpg
 

vonfatman

New Member
mr. felvapes,
i saw your upside-down plenty pics, there can not be an easier or cleaner set-up.

question one...heat rising in the upside-down configuration...is it a cause for concern that the unit may get hotter than designed?

question two...any issues with the weight of the plenty in that position causing glass breakage? i would want to get a heavier bubbler to keep everything stable & where it needs to stay.

question three...with the rubber band on the “dead man’s switch” - i assume you only keep the unit cycling while in use?

thanks!

i may just try that upside down method!
 

Vitolo

Vaporist
i may just try that upside down method!
I do not use water or bubblers at all... but when I use the Plenty, I always hold it pointing upward and lean head down to hit it.
The same concept (and chamber style) as the Volcano.
Heat rises, and I have learned that I get more even roasting with the heater being below the load, as I inhale the hot air "up through" the meds.
This method also lets the load stay even cross inside the chamber...
...otherwise once the meds start toasting, they will be able to move around.... even in a well stuffed Plenty Chamber.
 

felvapes

Well-Known Member
mr. felvapes,
i saw your upside-down plenty pics, there can not be an easier or cleaner set-up.

question one...heat rising in the upside-down configuration...is it a cause for concern that the unit may get hotter than designed?

question two...any issues with the weight of the plenty in that position causing glass breakage? i would want to get a heavier bubbler to keep everything stable & where it needs to stay.

question three...with the rubber band on the “dead man’s switch” - i assume you only keep the unit cycling while in use?

thanks!

i may just try that upside down method!
I have a cable tie on the switch to keep it on
Saves mucking around or forgetting to hit it mid sesh
Just have to remember to turn off at the switch when done

I have had no problems with the weight on my bubblers and breakage at all
One of my bubblers didn't balance as well with the weight but all the rest just sit there no issues even the smaller ones

As for heat rising into the unit I can't say 100% if this is good for the unit over many years of use or not although I have not had any issues with my unit at all. I know @LesPlenty uses a similar set up to me and his unit is still pumping hard also

The heat rising vs drawing the heat down is not an issue at all
If anything it may help to stop your weed roasting in between draws
The weed always roasts evenly no matter how it is used in the plenty I have found - more so than most of my vapes
The material never slides around in the chamber at all if packed full enough, if a smaller load is used the concentrate pad placed on top of the load also prevents this or using the reduction chamber
I can move the plenty around in my hand at all angles if dry or flip it upside down to place on a bubbler
Maybe @Vitolo packs his plenty a little on the light side if material moving is an issue for him

I have the angle gog piece @LesPlenty showed also
It is good and functional and keeps the plenty on an angle if there are concerns about heat exchange to the unit
You have to hold the plenty in place though so I prefer the straight gog as it just sits on top the bubbler

I am not a big fan of the plenty dry
The J hook is quite nice flavour wise if used that way
But I almost exclusively use it on a bubbler.... Cooler vapour and bigger draws which allows for bigger clouds and hits
Iv never been a fan of tubes and hoses/whips on my vapes
Too long a path and they grab too much vapour on the way and tend to look yuck quickly

Hope this info helps mate
Happy plentying
 
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LesPlenty

Well-Known Member
...otherwise once the meds start toasting, they will be able to move around.... even in a well stuffed Plenty Chamber.
I agree with @felvapes with this as there is no way a load can shift if stuffed properly, here is a spent puck,View attachment 24671
Does not even need the oven to stay in shape!
I do not use the angled GonG as it does not balance well, I just show that as an option as I have heard of one malfunction that was blamed on sitting upside down for too long (I am not sure it would hurt the Plenty myself :twocents:).

Here is the used puck,
IMG_20200611_102036.jpg
 

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