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Posted 18 June 2012 - 01:33 AM
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Posted 18 June 2012 - 10:37 AM
seems like a nice concept though none the less. modular, collapsible, customization, easy to swap out parts.
Posted 19 June 2012 - 03:42 AM
Posted 19 June 2012 - 06:56 AM
Having bought and used it for nearly a year (yes these ARE on backorder considering demand and the size of the company, pretty small) I can absolutely say I don't miss glass whatsoever. Mine is about five and a half feet tall if I build it completely and I have to say that I'm thoroughly impressed, it really works as good as heady glass and once built to completion, it delivers the coldest and smoothest hits.
Edited by fecaldownpour, 26 June 2012 - 04:46 AM.
Fixing an error
Posted 19 June 2012 - 07:05 AM
No offense, I just don't do message boards. But having owned a TT for nearly a year, I thought I could at least share my experiences as an owner instead of somebody who hasn't touched the thing in their life. I was also one of the first to own one of these bad boys. Your post is only making me want to use it and take a pic even more.
Posted 21 June 2012 - 05:23 AM
Well here's my piece.
From the top down, we have a mouthpiece, a freezer module (stick it in a freezer and it will stay cold for around 30 minutes), a milking chamber (empty tube), 4 umbrella percs, two more milking chambers, and a pebbled hyperperc. I find this to be the best configuration of what I have.
To elaborate on the freezer module, the inside has non-toxic anti-freeze with stainless steel tubes to effectively cool down smoke. Unlike small metal pipes, you never heat up the metal on this bad boy so you don't have to worry about that wonky taste. There are various colors and varieties of freezer modules but mine specifically glows an electric blue underneath a UV light. Pretty nifty, I'll post that later.
The umbrella percs are just dome percs. Nothing special but four of them get the job done quite well. Almost too well
The pebbled hyperperc is where this baby really shines. In combination with the freezer module, the hyperperc makes using the Transformer Tube well worth the time and money. Better than any other perc method I've used. Not only does it percolate so well that you can't tell how much you taken in until you blow out or start coughing, it also cools to such a ridiculous level that some people don't think the freezer modules are necessary. However, I find that if one keeps the freezer module at the top under the mouthpiece, you'll find the smoke is actually VERY COLD making it even easier to take massive rips. I have two milking chambers situated above it just to make sure the water does not splash up into the dome percs. As you can see, it works by sucking up the water and smoke from the base, splashing around the smoke and pebbles to create a very violent percolation method. I've heard comments that it looks like a tornado when being used.
I packed snow into the milking chambers this winter and I must say, that was the best experience I've ever had, glass or no.
Also, this thing is too big for me to use by myself, even with a BBQ lighter. However, you can pack the entire bowl to the brim and then cash half a bowl if you want to get a major case of couch lock. That's only for advanced users of course.
Edited by fecaldownpour, 21 June 2012 - 06:03 AM.
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Posted 05 August 2012 - 10:38 PM
I have one and I absolutely love it. I am on the other side of the state from OP, and our LHS has them. I have the base, one dome perc and a milking chamber plus mouth piece. I plan on adding more to it once we sign the papers for our house and i can store it in my man cave away from the children.
I'm from CT as well, what headshop was that? How much was it?
Posted 13 August 2012 - 03:19 PM
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