Storz and Bickel have 2 new portable vaporizers on the market, the Crafty vaporizer and the Mighty vaporizer. In this post, we’re going to give you our first impressions of the Mighty vaporizer, the powerful counterpart to the Crafty. It maintains a similar aesthetic to the Crafty, but with a few notable differences that we’ll discuss in this post.

The first thing we want to talk about is the display. The Mighty has a digital display and up and down arrow keys to control temperature. This kind of precise temperature control is the kind of thing we love to see in portables because it makes it feel like a really high-tech piece of machinery.  This will also let you make some really precise adjustments to vaporize your herb.

The second thing we want to talk about is the battery or batteries in this case. Unlike the Crafty, the Mighty is powered by not 1, but 2 lithium ion batteries. This allows you better flexibility with temperatures and the ability to vaporize longer. This does come at the cost of size as the unit is a bit bigger because of the display and the extra battery. The unit also ends up looking a bit strange because of the design they’ve used for the unit. Luckily it’s still black so the discreetness isn’t totally sacrificed.

This unit also does convection and conduction heating to provide fast, consistent and good quality vapor. We’re interested to see how or if the mouth piece changes the experience as it is plastic. We’re hoping it’s inert and keeps the herb flavor pure, but we don’t think it will do much for cooling the vapor it delivers. The heating chamber is nice and big, a great deal bigger than your average portable’s heating chamber if the pictures are any indication. This should make for really good extraction and the ability to vaporize for 2, maybe 3 people in a single bowl! This is all speculation at this point, so we’ll have to wait and see when we finally get one in our hands.

Speaking of which, we expect it to be a lot easier to hold than some vaporizers as the batteries will not be subjected to heat which will give us some nice cool sides to hold when using the unit. This also means that the batteries will last much longer as they won’t be heated up by the heat in the chamber. The Mighty can also be used while It’s plugged in which is great for those who like to use their portable at home without risking draining the battery in case they want to take it on the go with them.

Once we get a unit for testing, we’ll make sure to deliver an in depth Mighty vaporizer review. Keep your eyes out for that. Here’s hoping it’s as awesome as all their other products!

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Dan is a writer with a massive vaporizer collection who loves video games, superhero movies, finding new music, comic and regular books and critically deconstructing those things until he wonders why he liked them in the first place. He's also a pragmatic fitness enthusiast who believes that the best actions you can take in your daily life are those that help you reach your goals, and that naps are the most lofty, but also the most noble goal one can have.

4 Responses

  1. Will

    Wow you have an INSANE vaporiser collection. Saw your review on youtube, if I can get the money together I’m going to buy one later this month..!

    • Dan C

      Great to hear, Will! It may not be as portable as the Crafty but it performs like a total beast. Let us know what you think once you’ve gotten your hands on it!

  2. Sonya

    I’ve been reading a lot about convection and conduction vaporizers. I’ve come across a lot of complaints about the Crafty breaking or crapping out. One person said he was on his fourth! Have you heard about how often they break down?

    • Dan C

      Hey Sonya, the main issue with the Crafty lies with the battery itself, they usually last 60 – 80 hours of use before they begin to fail. The newer versions of the Crafty now include an improved battery that will give you 20% extra battery life. My personal Crafty is at 120 hours of use without any issues besides less available charge, which happens with all batteries over time. Though if you are split between the Crafty & Mighty I would definitely recommend the Mighty, it seems to be more reliable, or you can go for a unit like the Utillian 721 which also offers convection heating at a more affordable price point. Hope this helps.


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