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Ed's TNT Wood Stem for Arizer Solo, Solo 2
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Ed’s TNT Wood Stem for Arizer Solo, Solo 2 is a beautiful upgrade that can last you a lifetime with consistent care. Aside from being fashionable, Ed’s TNT Wood Stem for Arizer Solo, Solo 2 also boosts your vaporizer’s performance. There are four holes in the stem, which deliver superior airflow and lessens the resistance more than the stock glass stems do. Because of the larger chamber, you will be able to load more and reload less for on-the-go vaping sessions. The end of the mouthpiece is tapered so it can fit 14 mm water pipe attachments. Ed's TNT Wood Stem for Arizer Solo and Solo 2 comes with 3 O-rings and 3 screens.
Not good a waste of money
Contacting you right now, Richard. We'll get this squared away for you. Talk to you soon, Larry
This product was poorly finished. The OD had to be reduced, the seals were incredibly damaged, and the edges were all not deburred. I am very disappointed in this product.
Creating a service ticket for you right now, Will. Talk to you soon, Larry
Bought this thinking it was a solid addition for my vaporizer but it was anything but. The stem looks nice and has a good texture, but functionally it's not even comparable with the original stem. Anything run through this is practically wasted since you're not getting the full experience. Burns more and puts out less, it's clearly a downgrade.
Glass is the best option, Gabriel. These stems are designed so that you can toss them into a bag or into your pocket without breaking such is as in the case with the glass stems. I see that you are currently working with Mike on this. You are in good hands. With best regards, Larry
Doesn't pull very well, glass is much better in my experience
Hmm....... The TNT stem should pull ok, Thomas. Try lifting the stem up just a tad from the very bottom of the oven and try using a coarser grind. Reaching out to you now to discuss further. Regards, Larry
Pros & Cons, Glass appears to be more efficient for solo sessions, as the wood has a larger well providing longer sessions. Believe they both serve their functions well, for the one that requires versatility I'd say purchase both you will not regret it.