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Tetra P80

HypochonIRL

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I've broken more nubs than bendy's... but frankly, I am okay with it... all my own fault.

I would not change the stems at all. They are plenty beefy and I do not expect breakage unless you sit on them or drop it.
If you don't mind me asking FlyingLow have you tried the short mouth piece? If so how would you say it compares to the nub? I picked up a short piece alongside my bendy stem when I got my P80 as a temporary backup. It works but the glass gets so hot I've managed to burn my lip twice. Trying to get some recommendations before I try to pick a cooling nub up.
 
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KurtSmoooth

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If you don't mind me asking FlyingLow have you tried the short mouth piece? If so how would you say it compares to the nub? I picked up a short piece alongside my bendy stem when I got my P80 as a temporary backup. It works but the glass gets so hot I've managed to burn my lip twice. Trying to get some recommendations before I try to pick a cooling nub up.
You have dynavap and accessories laying around? Find a fat mouthpiece and throw it over the top of your short mouthpiece. This is my most used stem right now and I also really dig the bent spikey stem. The nub I use sometimes but does become quite warm with back to back to back hits.
 
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Duffer

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The fat mouthpiece fits perfectly inside the short mouthpiece. It’s a little work getting it in with an airtight seal but it’s worth the effort. I couldn’t get mine to go around the outside of the stem.
 
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HypochonIRL

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You have dynavap and accessories laying around? Find a fat mouthpiece and throw it over the top of your short mouthpiece. This is my most used stem right now and I also really dig the bent spikey stem. The nub I use sometimes but does become quite warm with back to back to back hits.
Huh, i have a 20M but i don't think it came with a piece like that. Ill have to look into getting one.
 
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dimmusp

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@funkyjunky @Padriano db

What's the difference between the "new water pipe adapter 14/18mm combo w/ handle" (https://shop.lamart.ch/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=847) and the "carb tube water pipe adapter 18mm male" (https://shop.lamart.ch/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=790)?

Does the new one work with both 14 mm and 18 mm bubblers on the other end? It looks like it has a thinner part at the tip and a thicker one farther up:

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Instead, the one that doesn't say "new" is thick all the way on the other end.
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Should we just get the "new" one if we don't mind paying a little bit more and don't need fancy color options?

Thanks
 
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What's the difference between the "new water pipe adapter 14/18mm combo w/ handle" (https://shop.lamart.ch/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=847) and the "carb tube water pipe adapter 18mm male" (https://shop.lamart.ch/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=790)?

Does the new one work with both 14 mm and 18 mm bubblers on the other end? It looks like it has a thinner part at the tip and a thicker one farther up:

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Instead, the one that doesn't say "new" is thick all the way on the other end.
View attachment 1547

Should we just get the "new" one if we don't mind paying a little bit more and don't need fancy color options?

Thanks
The "new water pipe adapter 14/18mm combo w/ handle” has a glass internal screen and works with both 14mm and 18mm female water pieces.

The "carb tube water pipe adapter 18mm male" has a metal internal screen and only works with 18mm female water pieces. It also allows you to clear your piece of vapour by removing your finger off the carb, instead of removing your vape from the adapter. That also means that you have to keep your finger on the carb during your hit, although you can also feather it if desired.

Which might work best for you would depend on the size of the joints on your water tools and how you want to use your vape, so it’s difficult to make a recommendation. If you’re unsure, buy both! :whip:
 
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FlyingLow

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@VGoodiez ~ Do you have any dates on P80 accessories being restocked?

I am going to order a few back-up stems and nubs.
Not sure if you can swing it, but I would also LOVE to see some of the wood stems with glass inserts in your stateside store.
 

VGoodiez

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@VGoodiez ~ Do you have any dates on P80 accessories being restocked?

I am going to order a few back-up stems and nubs.
Not sure if you can swing it, but I would also LOVE to see some of the wood stems with glass inserts in your stateside store.
Waiting on Ralph to ship them. However I won't be getting the glass lines wood. Can't make the numbers work.
 

dimmusp

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The "new water pipe adapter 14/18mm combo w/ handle” has a glass internal screen and works with both 14mm and 18mm female water pieces.

The "carb tube water pipe adapter 18mm male" has a metal internal screen and only works with 18mm female water pieces. It also allows you to clear your piece of vapour by removing your finger off the carb, instead of removing your vape from the adapter. That also means that you have to keep your finger on the carb during your hit, although you can also feather it if desired.

Which might work best for you would depend on the size of the joints on your water tools and how you want to use your vape, so it’s difficult to make a recommendation. If you’re unsure, buy both! :whip:
Thanks for the advice! I just bought the "14/18mm combo w/ handle" because that way it'll work with all bubblers/bongs regardless of size. The other thing is that I decided to get it with a handle because if I'm sitting on the couch I won't have enough hands to hold the bubbler, the carb hole, and my mod all at the same time (I use the TETRAx heater, which is a separate piece).

Looking forward to it! Now I just need to find a good bubbler/bong that can really help humidify the air. I feel the spiked bent stem does a good job of cooling the vapor, but my throat still gets very sore.
 

HypochonIRL

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Damn it 🤦‍♂️

I told myself VAS wouldn't get to me but reading about all of everyone's accessories is beginning to get to me.

Think i need to add a bong/bubbler and an adapter my list of future acquisitions now.
 

Abcd5432

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Damn it 🤦‍♂️

I told myself VAS wouldn't get to me but reading about all of everyone's accessories is beginning to get to me.

Think i need to add a bong/bubbler and an adapter my list of future acquisitions now.
I told myself the same. Then I broke my minivap and the other one stopped working.

Got on the waiting list for this, and bought the tm. Kind of scared. I'm going to buy another box for my newvape incase my current one goes now too.
 

Abcd5432

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Trust me when I say the P80 is well worth the wait. This thing is nuts.
I mean I loved my minivap. That was nuts. If it can out do my minivap.... Given the size of this thing!?

Dude... I am excited. I been away so long 2 good vapes came out lol. It's like I purposely broke my minivaps to get a tiny might and tetra P80. I almost ordered the grasshopper io too, I had to tame myself rofl.

If I am employed through year end... Cross my fingers, I'm going to get a grasshopper io too.
 

curiouscat

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How's the durability of these devices? I understand there are glass tubes which contain coils in them but can the device take a decent drop? Are the glass tubes user replaceable if broken?

Thanks
 
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FlyingLow

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I have not dropped mine... yet.
But the device is VERY solid. I imagine it would handle minor drops like falling off of a table, or out of a waist-high pocket, without issue.

I'd probably send in for service if I felt something get knocked loose (nothing should rattle inside), or if I crack the glass joint.
 

GoldenBud

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Gotta know this, I drop EVERYTHING
then you will use it like a Desktop on-demand device, haha. better not taking it outside too much.
the wood is not slippery at all.. this is not like some smartphone's case or so, or like glass which is slippery.. it won't fall so easily i mean
 

Abcd5432

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then you will use it like a Desktop on-demand device, haha. better not taking it outside too much.
the wood is not slippery at all.. this is not like some smartphone's case or so, or like glass which is slippery.. it won't fall so easily i mean
Ha well, the minivap I had before had a glass core and Teflon core option, and I decided against glass just in case.

Ha, it's on the desk until I yank it off one day. I usually just lay my vape down on the ground afterwards.

It's why I wanted a grasshopper for the form factor, but they would literally send you a device with no proprietary battery and lol at you, so I'll await on that one.
 
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