Tinymight Vape Review

The Tinymight is the Sylvester Stallone of dry herb vapes. 4 foot nothing, but built like a brick shit house and will lay you out on your ass if you think you’re going to step sideways.

The Tinymight is a full-convection portable herb vape with on-demand functionality and a removable 18650 battery. Housed in oak and aluminum, the Tinymight’s high surface area heater is capable of heating up in single-digit seconds and milking a bong shortly after.

The $250 Tinymight is an incredibly capable and agile dry herb vape that is capable of serving as a daily driver for even the heaviest smokers.

Tinymight Vape Review Video

The Tinymight utilizes a glass vapor path and mouthpiece with a stainless steel cooling units and screens.

Here’s what’s included with the Tinymight vaporizer:

  • Tinymight dry herb vaporizer
  • 1 short glass tube / mouthpiece (55 mm)
  • cooling unit
  • 1 battery Sony VTC6 (18650)
  • wooden instruction coaster
Tinymight vape in hand, next to Brilliant Cut grinder

Here’s what I love about the Tinymight Vaporizer

On demand vapor that’s easy to use. Mainstream vapes still can’t get this right, but the Tinymight nails it. Full convection vapor with a punch in less than 10 seconds? Not many vaporizers can touch that one.

The Tinymight can hit hard and heavy, like I like it. Its temperature settings go from 1 to 10, with 6 being a comfortable 370F type of vapor. You can turn it down for bambi hits or turn it up for TroyTime.

The screen height and bowl size is adjustable as well, so the Tinymight can be set up for a few different vaping styles. I like to pack about .15 and fully extract it in 2 or 3 hits, with a stir in-between.

There’s no right way, but I’m sure someone in the youtube comments thinks there is.

The Tinymight has a 10 year warranty! WOW

Here’s What I don’t Love About the Tinymight

I don’t like this threaded battery door. It’s not a deal breaker, but there’s a lot of room for improvement here. Threads suck and using my fingernail as a tool sucks more.

I don’t like wresling with the glass stem. Pulling it out to stir or reload often makes a little mess. The bowl and sometimes parts of the vape are hot, so pulling the stem requires careful hand placement. This is a personal preference, as someone who wants to vape many bowls in a row.

The cooling unit gets dirty and clogged fast. I’ve been needing to clean the cooling unit every other battery charging – which is about 10 bowls.

Is the Tinymight Right For You?

Despite the Tinymight putting out super potent, super tasty vapor, there are a few things you need to know and understand about the Tinymight.

The Tinymight requires some tinkering, learning, and on-going ritualistic tendencies for optimal user experience.

It’s not a mindless vape at all times and sometimes the tinkering becomes part of the experience.

Tinkerers love the Tinymight, but if you’re looking for something mindless look elsewhere.