Mighty+ vs Mighty OG // 2-Fist Vapor Showdown

The Mighty+ is still in its first week of launch and I can’t put it down.

In this video I pack head-to-head vape bowls of Blueberry Kush and sit down to discuss the vapor and performance differences between the new Mighty+ and my 4-year-old Mighty OG.

Is Mighty+ Vapor BETTER THAN the OG Mighty Vapor?

In my side-by-side comparisons, the vapor from the Mighty+ and original Mighty are pretty much identical.

While the bowl surface of the Mighty+ is ceramic coated and the original Mighty is straight Aluminum, the material difference alone doesn’t seem to dramatically impact flavor or thermal performance.

Mighty+ vs Mighty OG
The Mighty and Mighty Plus are nearly identical, as seen in the Mighty+ First Look

Mighty+ vs MightyOG: Heater Performance

In back-to-back hits, both the Mighty and the Mighty+ produce thick milky clouds of delicous vapor without any loss of performance. Both heaters recover lost heat quickly and have no problems with getting over-powered.

The Mighty+ has an improved heater that could potentially release more convection heat calories than the original Mighty; however, the difference in the vapor is indiscernible.

Pay Big $$ For Mighty+ or Buy Discounted Mighty

I don’t envy your buying decision here – but I can help.

The VAPOR is the same. Two weeks ago the OG Mighty was the #1 portable dry herb vape – even after being on the market for 5 years.

The biggest upgrades to the Mighty+ are USB-C, Ceramic Bowl, and the software. You can ignore the feet and the vapor.

USB-C is a great upgrade, but if you don’t already have a 45w charging block your Mighty+ is going to charge SLOWER than the Mighty OG ever did. The Mighty+ Fast Charger is an additional $25 accessory.

Mighty+ Ceramic and MightyOG Bowls next to eachother

The Ceramic Bowl update in the Mighty+ is cool – but its benefits and long-term durability have yet to be seen or tested. Storz & Bickel updated the popular Volcano Vaporizer bowl to the same ceramic coated material about 2 years ago.

I think the upgrades are great and I certainly prefer the Mighty+ over the older Mighty; however if the Mighty is available for $250 and the Mighty+ is $400 – I’d be very happy with my OG Mighty and $150 in my pocket.