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Storz & Bickel Do It Again!

41IMn6ggiBL._SL500_AA300_I just got one of these and it is awesome!

It’s not a replacement for but a nice complement to the Volcano. Warms up quick – great vapor – totally silent! Portable! Love it!

The extra long cord allows it to be passed around easily. You can fill it up and take a few pulls now and then, stretching a chamber’s worth of herb out for the whole day. I also feel like the vapor is not as dry on my throat. Beautiful craftsmanship – a work of art.

The New PLENTY Vaporizer from Storz & Bickel Germany, makers of the world class VOLCANO! The PLENTY is a power vaporizer (110 Volt – plugs into standard wall socket), designed with performance in mind. Silent operation is provided without pumps, fans, or balloons. The industry first Cooling Coil ensures cool airflow without compromising aroma. The double-helix heat exchanger is built to give your consistent, reliable temperature control. 3 Year Warranty!

PLENTY Vaporizer Set – $299 249 – FREE SHIPPING


  1. King Kush on July 8, 2012 at 6:04 pm

    Let me add to this thread, I own both, and love the versatility of having both at my disposal. The main difference for me is,
    Classic- perfect for group vaping, fill the bag and pass it around, it’s also great for when I’m doing work on my computer, however, my main problem is couch lock with my classic, I fall asleep on the couch all night, leaving it on the highest setting for hours, twice I’ve had to have the switch panel replaced, the company is great, considering I’ve had it for 6 years, I’ve only spent $40 on repairs.
    Now on to the Plenty, this is a solid, well made vaporizer, no doubt, wider barrel, but oddly enough, works best with smaller amount of herb than the Classic, the vapor is more aromatic, you start to taste the the nuances of the herb before the vapor is visible, cool, rich clouds of vapor, great for sitting on the couch watching T.V. now, temperature control takes a little getting used to, the lamp shuts down if you don’t keep toggling the handle every 90 seconds, love the fact that I can fall asleep, and the lamp will shut off. But the main thing to remember with plenty, the quality of vapor is the BEST. The cord, not really small, not really for group vaping, Temperature control….Medical grade machine for vapor extraction, is what it is. I love mine.

  2. biggbonger on May 20, 2012 at 9:50 am

    Don’t think I’d spend another 350 for something to ‘compliment’ my Volcano and since it needs to be plugged in, portable seems like a stretch as well. However I wonder if this is worth recommending to my friends who want something a little less expensive.
    On a side note in regard to the Iolite…Yes it is butane powered so it cycles on and off to regulate temp….a little too noisy imho, got rid of mine after about 4 months….would be ok for camping though.

    • Vapormaster on May 20, 2012 at 12:21 pm

      OK, perhaps the cost is a bit excessive for a ‘complementary vaporizer’… guess I’m a collector.

      By portable, I mean I can throw this in a suitcase and go on a trip, or to a friends house and setup without much fuss. With an inverter you could take it camping!

      • biggbonger on May 22, 2012 at 5:32 pm

        How would you find it in comparison to the Volcano? Perhaps a good substitute for less$$? A bit of a collector too so just curious. I do have an inverter for the camping trips;)

        • Vapormaster on May 22, 2012 at 5:59 pm

          I think it’s a good alternative to save some $$ But at the end of the day it’s apples to oranges! If I was forced to choose, I’d spend the extra $$ and get a Volcano Classic.

  3. VM on May 13, 2012 at 3:31 am

    Are you gonna write a detailed review on this one? Im very interestd in the plenty but also a bit bummed out that its not portable and doesnt have a battery. I was hoping S&B would put out a fully portable vape like the Iolite. Dont really see the use of the plenty tbh whats the point if you still have to plug it in?

    • Vapormaster on May 13, 2012 at 4:13 pm

      Yes, for sure – but I’m still putting it through the paces and collecting my thoughts : )

      If it makes you feel and better, the power cord is really long!

      I like my Magic Flight for portability. The Plenty is actually pretty substantial, so it’s not like you’d be sneaking hits in the park with it.

      Isn’t the Iolite butane powered anyway?