One of my favorite ways to use the Mighty and Crafty+ vaporizers are with my water pieces at home. Both of these vaporizers can kick out massive clouds and while that’s nice, the dry hot air can take a toll on your throat.
In this article, I’ll go over how you can use your Mighty or Crafty Plus vaporizer with pretty much any glass that takes an 18mm male adapter and a few other WPA options as well.
Crafty+ and Mighty Whip Option
Here’s what you’ll need:
- The Crafty+ Plus OR The Mighty
- Arizer Extreme-Q Whip ($19.99)
- The glass used in the video – D020-D (~$36) or D021 (~$30)
How does it work?
For now, the best solution I have found for using your Storz and Bickel portables with a bubbler and bong is the Arizer Extreme Q Whip. Once you have your whip and vape, all you need to do is remove the metal screen from the GonG side, and then slip the silicone tubing over your Crafty or Mighty cooling unit straw.
It is literally that simple, this will allow you to take much larger/longer/hotter draws without coughing, or take the same draws you normally do while being smoother and less dry. Other than hindering the portability, the only small downside to me is the whip.
I don’t need the added cooling of the whip since I have the water pipe, so it is just something else to build a little bit of reclaim on. If I had an extra whip I would cut it much shorter, but this is my only one, so I will not be cutting it short for now.
One benefit of adding water to your vaporizer is that I can finish a session much quicker. With water, I can take larger, longer, higher temp draws, and thus finish a session and get back to my task quicker. Depending on this situation this can be a very nice benefit.
More Crafty+ & Mighty WPA Options
I have two more recommendations for Mighty and Crafty Water Pipe Adapters. Both of them are great options to use with your glass pieces but just not as easy as the method above.
The first is an attachment that connects to the chamber similar to how the cooling unit connects. So you have to remove the cooling unit to attach the WPA. The problem with this version of the WPA is that over-tightening can lead to cracking of the plastic pieces around the chamber.
The good news is that this new version of the WPA is made with flexible rubber and has reduced the stress on the plastic drastically. Just be sure to proceed with caution when you attach it to the chamber.
The second option is a WPA that slips onto the mouthpiece similar to the Extreme-Q whip. There are two different versions, one for 14mm and one for 18mm glass pieces. The problem with this is that the Mighty will be inverted and you’ll need to hold both the Glass and Mighty while using. The perk of the whip attachment is that you can set the Mighty down on the coffee table and sip on the whip.
Best Mighty or Crafty+ Water Pipe Adapter?
For me, the easiest and best option is the Extreme-Q whip option. It’s cheap and doesn’t require changing anything with the device. Just attach it to the mouthpiece and you’re ready to go.
Thanks for checking out my Crafty/Mighty Water Pipe Adapter Tutorial. Hit me up in the comments below with any questions or suggestions.