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At VaporPlants.com, our mission is to help every enthusiast find the best vaporizer for his or her needs. That's why we test and evaluate all of the latest models and versions on the market and write unbiased reviews summarizing their benefits and drawbacks. You can check out the list of over 140 reviews below to get the basic facts about each vape we have reviewed. Click on any of the links below to read full vaporizer reviews for any of the products.

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    • Pax 3 vs. DaVinci IQ vs. Firefly 2 - While there are a number of reasons you should choose any one of these 3 great models, there are a few points to consider. If you prefer convection over conduction, you may want the Firefly 2; however, if you enjoy setting a precise temperature as opposed to letting a vaporizer decide for you, choose the DaVinci IQ. The Pax 3 is the best if you are looking to vape both concentrates and dry herbs, but the removable and replaceable batteries in the Firefly 2 may tempt you, as well. Each of these have their strong pros and cons, and it is up to your needs or wants which one is right for you.

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    • AirVape Review - The AirVape is a portable vaporizer with a unique shape that makes it look similar to one of today's smartphones. Intended for dry herbs only, this model is moderately priced and uses a convection heating system that provides good vapor quality with a relatively fast heat-up time. A lifetime warranty makes it one of the most reliable in its class, and it offers the ability to precisely set the temperature for a customized experience. While the vapor itself does tend to get hot by the end of the session, it delivers an overall nice vaping experience.

    • AirVape XS Review - Now available for a very low price, the unit outperforms other herbal vaporizers in its price range and provides very high quality experience when used on a low heat setting. Backed by a lifetime warranty, it uses conduction to heat materials, and does tend to be a bit harsher at higher temperatures. Fortunately, you can set this vape to the precise heat level you desire with the digital controls to get the best possible experience.

    • Arizer Air Review - This herb vaporizer uses a conduction heating system with its main heating element but when you draw through the stem to inhale, conduction takes place as well. While too large to be considered portable, this haFndheld is battery operated and a good choice for someone who wants to vape at home without being tethered to an electrical cord. The vapor quality is excellent, which is to be expected at this price point.

    • Arizer Extreme Q Review - A desktop vaporizer that can be used for tobacco or any other dry herbs. Its biggest selling point is that it is dual function model that can be used as a whip or as a forced air balloon style. During tests, it tended to perform better in whip mode, as the balloons take some time to fill. The convection heating system prevents combustion and allows for a continuous supply of potent, flavorful vapor. Just be careful with the glass components; they are fragile, and they do get hot to the touch during use.

    • Arizer Solo Review - Driven by a high quality convection heating system, it features a glass stem mouthpiece that preserves the taste of vapor and helps to cool it down on the way to your mouth; however, this straw is fragile and has been known to break. It can take a little time to master the best technique to get large, thick clouds with this handheld vape, but the quality is worth the effort.

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    • Atmos Astra Review - A portable vaporizer that is intended for individuals who want the flexibility of being able to use herbs, waxy concentrates and essential oils. Sold for a bargain price, the all-in-one device features a convection heating system and offers good quality in any of its three modes; however, when vaping liquid or wax, you'll get thinner clouds than what you might expect from other similar models. A long warranty and easy-to-use design are additional selling points. On the downside, it does require frequent cleaning to continue to function at its best.

    • Atmos Boss Review - A vaporizer pen that is meant to solve the common problem of combustion when vaping herbs. Using a specially designed low temperature convection heating system, it warms material more gradually and manages to produce flavorful vapor clouds without any of the burning. As compact as you'd expect a true vape pen to be, it does require a little more prep time, as the herbal materials must be finely ground for optimal results. The Boss also produces modestly sized clouds that may not suit some enthusiasts.

    • Atmos Forge Review - A highly portable vaporizer for wax that features great ease of use and even better vapor quality. Ceramic coils work in harmony with a titanium atomizer and a powerful 950mAh lithium ion battery to create an atomizer responsible for dense and tasty clouds. The kit includes a packing tool that lets you vape with ease, no matter where you are. Fill the chamber by simply twisting off the mouthpiece to get to the atomizer, and to change the atomizer, you employ the same maneuver. When using, you don't have to worry about splash back, as it features splash protection for a smooth and comfortable vape.

    • Atmos Jewel Review - A very compact vaporizer pen that can be used with dry herbs and waxy concentrates. While its conduction heating system is meant to vaporize both types of materials, it really shines when it's loaded with waxes, as the vapor quality is only average when the unit is used with dry herbs. Available in a range of stylish colors, it is set a bargain price and comes with a long 5-year warranty. It's recommended for those who mostly use waxes but want the flexibility of being able to use herbs very rarely.

    • Atmos Jump Review - Using a convection system, it warms up material by passing warm air through it, reducing the risk of combustion that is associated with other dry herb vape pens on the market. Ready for use in a hurry, it is an excellent choice for those who prefer a low maintenance vape, as it's easy to load, operate and clean. The biggest drawback is that the battery takes 3 full hours to charge, and it is a little bulkier than some competitors' similarly priced models.

    • Atmos Junior Review - A multi-function vape pen for herbs, wax and oils. Like many other collections from Atmos RX, Junior kit comes in a variety of colors and has a compact design. Simple to operate, it uses a conduction heating system that works very well when the device is used as an oil or wax pen. When it comes to its functioning as a herbal vape, it can potentially burn your material. As a result, we recommend to use waxy concentrates and e-juice with it primarily and dry materials only occasionally.

    • Atmos Kiln RA Kit Review - Kiln RA is an upgrade to its predecessor, the original Kiln. For use as a standalone wax pen or as a 510 compatible attachment, it allows you to rebuild your atomizer however you'd like and replace the heating element with ease. It incorporates a powerful battery and pass through technology so that you can use this dab pen no matter if it is charging or not. Easy to load and to use, its 2.12-inch height makes it small enough to take on the go, and its all-ceramic make up ensures that each hit you take is at once smooth, crisp, flavorful, potent, and aromatic. Its incredible airflow means very minimal draw resistance, leaving you with a tasty and powerful vapor that won't let you down.

    • Atmos Kiln Atomizer Review - This part provides a unique way to purchase the parts for many 510 batteries. Unlike a conventional vaporizer pens, the Kiln is sold as a standalone atomizer for wax. It has 510 threading on the bottom, so it can be used with a large number of batteries - matching 510 threading. In terms of performance, the atomizer uses a ceramic disc that reaches very high temperatures. As a result, with it you are able to produce large clouds of very high quality; however, there is more risk for messy splattering due to the increase in temperature.

    • Atmos Kiln Kit Review - This kit gives you everything you might need in one convenient package. The battery included is a 950 mAh lithium ion battery with a specially designed spring-loaded mechanism that allows you to put the wax pen together in a hurry. Individuals who want to purchase just the atomizer but don't want the hassles of having to pick out a battery on their own will find this kit to be a very good moderately priced solution.

    • Atmos Liv Review - While the herbal vaporizer is very similar to others on the market, it does have one unique feature that sets it apart. In addition - the unit can be used to recharge mobile devices. As a result, it's a great option for people who are frequently on the go. The vapor quality from this device is good but it does have a tendency to decline as your session continues.

    • Atmos L'Or Review - The Atmos Tyga X Shine L'Or is a wax vape that is an ultra compact, slim, and highly portable. Featuring the choice of dual or single quartz rods inside of a titanium heating chamber, the atomizer is powerful and possesses great flavor producing qualities that make it one of the best. The heating element in the Atmos L'Or also delivers nice clouds. The magnetic chamber cover allows for simple filling of your material on the go, and its 650mAh battery only needs a swift 2 hours to charge to full capacity.

    • Atmos Magna Review - It features a 650mAh lithium ion battery that is able to control three pre-set temperature settings, which you can cycle through with the click of a single button. It comes with a single and double quartz rod titanium atomizers to let you pick your power. The Atmos Magna delivers great flavor due to the quartz rod and the glass mouthpiece, which also keeps heat away from your lips. Accessing the heating element is simple with the magnetic chamber top.

    • Atmos Orbit Review - While the handheld is shaped similarly to a permanent marker, it is a little larger and sized more like a portable vaporizer. This gives it the advantage of having a larger heating chamber to hold more materials but makes it a little harder to carry. We recommend this particular model for those who are new to vaping and are interested in an economical model rather than a traditional one. The vapor does tend to be a little harsh and hot with the Orbit.

    • Atmos Pillar Review - Pillar by Tyga x Shine is a durable, scratch-resistant vaporizer for both concentrates and herbs with its two different chambers, one ceramic and one titanium. It is scratch-resistant and ergonomic in its design with ridges that at once help the hand grip onto it, as well as help from getting hot to the touch. The battery comes with 6 pre-set temperatures to optimize your experience by handing control over to you. Easy to load and even easier to use, the Atmos Pillar is the next best thing in hybrid vaporizers.

    • Atmos RAW & R2 Review - Since its release, herbal vaporizer pen technology has advanced greatly, leaving these 2 models in the past. The Atmos R2 is designed to work both as a wax and dry herb vape pen; however, it really only excels when used with wax because its conduction heating system tends to burn dry herbs. When considered only as wax pens, the R2 and RAW offer excellent vapor quality, simple operation and a very rapid heat-up time.

    • Atmos Transporter Review - One glance at this portable unit lets you know that it's a little different from others on the market today, as this vape looks almost identical to a drinking flask. Geared toward enthusiasts who are looking for a different vaporizer to buy, the Transporter has a convection heating element with a ceramic chamber that produces above average vapor; however, compared to some other models, the vapor it creates is less smooth. The battery life is a little shorter than the norm as well.

    • Atmos Vicod 5G Review - A conduction vaporizer with a ceramic chamber, the 5G is available for a very low selling price compared to others in its class, and many consider it to be one of the best portable devices in its price range. It is very compact in size, comes with a 5-year warranty and has flexible temperature settings. The biggest drawback is the rubber mouthpiece, which can sometimes feel sticky to the touch and has a tendency to get hot.

    • Atmos Vicod Review - The predecessor to the Vicod 5G, which is still available for purchase. Like the newer model, the original Vicod is intended for dry herbs and provides very pleasing vapor. Slightly less expensive, it does not have the rubber mouthpiece, but still has a tendency to get hot with prolonged vaping. The biggest difference between the two is that that the original has a fatter shape and is a little harder to open than the newer model. In addition, the Vicod 5G has a slightly larger temperature range.

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    • Boundless CF Review - Designed to resemble the Mighty and Crafty from Storz and Bickel. The unit heats material directly through conduction to allow vapor production to begin very quickly, but also passes warm air through material in the way that a convection method does to eliminate the need for stirring and tight packing. On the lower heat settings, the herbs only vaporizer provides quality vapor; however, on the higher settings, it does become harsher and less flavorful. Draw resistance may make it hard to use if you have any type of breathing problem.

    • Boundless CFV Review - Featuring a broad temperature range that allows you to choose a high or low temperature, it is a fully convection-based, meaning you will never have to worry about the atomizer cooking your materials. This robust vape comes with heat retention rings, and a loading ring which helps you slide in your material for quick, on the go vaping. CFV model comes with an impressive 3-year warranty.

    • Boundless CFX Review - Advertised to be used for dry herbs, wax and essential oils, makes it a rare find in today's market. Reasonably priced when compared to others, this model works equally well no matter which mode you use it in, providing smooth experience that has a nice taste and is very potent; however, as a whole, the vapor quality is not as good with this handheld as it is with some models that are higher in price. It is also a little larger in size than some of its competitors.

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    • Cloud Pen Paragon Review - This unit is totally and completely self-contained, featuring a built-in dabbing tool, with what is known as the NoGoo non-stick silicone jar for transporting your waxes. The jar is incorporated into the bottom of the battery for easy access. The Cloud Pen Paragon includes 2 dual quartz rod atomizers that preserve the flavor of your wax, while also heating it up efficiently. The 2200mAh battery is tremendously powerful and long-lasting for a true all-day vaping experience.

    • Cloud V Classic & Platinum Review - The Classic and the Platinum are 2 models that use a conduction heating system to vaporize wax and essential oils. Discussed together because they use the same tornado atomizer, providing high quality and lifetime warranties on their batteries. The Classic is a little less expensive and has a shorter battery life per charge than the Platinum. In addition, the Classic has a hollow mouthpiece that is not as nice as the replaceable tips on the higher-priced Platinum. Both of the models come in an array of colors.

    • Cloud V Electro Review - This device can easily be dubbed as one of the best, not only does it produce extremely high quality vapor, but it also comes with a water tool that gives you the ability to cool the vapor and enhance its flavor. Suitable for use with all kinds of waxes, V Electro has adjustable temperature settings and is easy to operate. It's even affordably priced. The biggest drawback is that it can be a little challenging to load.

    • Cloud V Phantom Review - Considered mid-priced, the model has a large chamber, which allows you to enjoy longer vaping sessions but also increases the size of the pen to the point where it rivals the proportions of a portable size. In terms of performance, the Phantom starts off producing very high-quality vapor; however, things become harsher and hotter toward the end of a session. A fast-heating conduction element, a removable battery and a simple one-button design are additional selling points of this herbal vaporizer.

    • Cloud V Terra Review - The Cloud V Terra offers value for the money as a cheap choice that still performs well. Best for beginners, it has only one button and very little draw resistance. The conduction vaporizer is super easy to carry and has a handy retracting charging cable that users love. While it does produce pleasing vapor, it is a bit finicky. To get good results, you need to grind your herbs very finely and periodically stir them to ensure even heating. This particular extra repeating step may make the model less appealing to some users.

    • Crafty Review - The Crafty, from the German manufacturer Storz and Bickel, creators of the legendary Volcano. A true convection vaporizer, it has the distinction of being the smallest from the company's line-up and is one of the priciest on the market. Still, it still is able to rival the performance of most desktops and provides a truly exceptional experience. The herbal vaporizer is compatible with an iOS and Android mobile app that allows you to use your smartphone or tablet like a remote for controlling the unit.

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    • Da Buddha Review - Retailing for under $200, it is one of the least expensive tabletop models on the market today. It features ground glass connections that make it possible to let go of the whip and relax during a session, and its ceramic heating element reaches working temperature quickly. Vapor quality can be above average, provided that you monitor your herbs carefully and stir frequently to prevent combustion. With no actual numbers on the temperature dial, Da Buddha can be challenging to set.

    • DaVinci Ascent Review - Available in a variety of stylish finishes, Ascent uses conduction to heat material to its point of vaporization without burning. Its glass pathway preserves the purity of vapor but does make the mouthpiece delicate and susceptible to breakage. A long battery life and compact size makes it ideal for use on the go. One major drawback to the Ascent vaporizer is that it can become very hot to the touch, dangerously hot in some cases. As a result, it's better suited to shorter vaping sessions.

    • DipStick Vaporizer Review - The DipStick is an innovative way to enjoy concentrates. By just dipping the pen into your wax or oil, you are all set to go. It utilizes a nickel-plated chrome coil and takes less than one minute to prep for use. The DipStick Vape features a coil cover cap that prevents messes and makes it easier to take this portable dab pen on the go. Ergonomic, this dab vape produces massive and flavorful clouds that deliver unparalleled flavor and potency, due to the fact that you are able to take a fresh hit every single time you dip the pen.

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    • Dr. Dabber Aurora Review - Intended for the serious enthusiast who wants to be able to vape any type of waxy concentrate and experiment with different methods of heating. Previously know as Aura, it is a conduction vaporizer, but the temperature is well regulated to prevent combustion. The major selling point is that it comes with three atomizers, all of which are lined with premium crystal quartz. There are 3 heat settings offered, setting the wax pen apart from others on the market. The only downside is the price, which is more expensive than most in the same category.

    • Dr. Dabber Boost Review - Using a premium titanium nail and conduction heating, the Boost vaporizes wax to create very large clouds with excellent flavor. A glass attachment ensures that the vapor is as smooth as it is potent. Much larger than a dab pen, the it is made to be used at home; however, its battery can be used for 50-60 draws before a recharge is required. A short warranty and a steep selling price are the only downsides.

    • Dr. Dabber Boost eRig Review - It is an attachment that is designed to be used with any 510 threaded battery. The kit bridges the gap between regular wax vapes and electric nails for dabbing, allowing you to dab concentrates while enjoying the wireless convenience. Potency is greater than what you get with the average wax vape, and the water filtration tube cools vapor down to give you great taste with plenty of smoothness. Beginners may find it difficult to use, but its price tag makes it best for those who are serious enthusiasts.

    • Dr. Dabber Budder Cutter - This battery-operated tool is used for softening and dabbing concentrates that are thick or otherwise difficult to work with. The dab tool has a calibrated heating system that keeps the temperature within ideal range to prevent the material from vaporizing or burning before you have it loaded. You also receive nails with the tool. While the Budder Cutter is an excellent investment for someone who regularly uses waxy concentrates, it is likely too advanced for new users and unnecessary for people who use concentrates infrequently.

    • Dr. Dabber Ghost Review - Ideal for beginners who want an exceptional experience right from the start or for experienced enthusiasts who are ready for a nice upgrade. The Ghost features a low heat titanium atomizer that heats material up slowly to virtually eliminate the risk of combustion. Glass tools can be used with the wax pen for filtration, but even without them, the it produces smooth, pleasing vapor. The unit is less expensive than the Aurora, described above, but is still pricier than most others in the same category.

    • Dr. Dabber Light Review - A conduction system with a titanium-wrapped ceramic coil that gets vapor flowing fast, and makes large clouds with plenty of flavor.. Affordably priced, it is very compact in size. Only slightly larger than a tobacco cigarette, so you can be inconspicuous when using it in public. Apart from a short warranty, there are very few flaws in the design, particularly if you are looking for a dab pen that is truly pocket sized.

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    • Exxus Go Review - Can be placed on any tabletop for convenient usage. It features a triple quartz coil that delivers incredibly powerful, potent, and flavorful hits. A glass mouthpiece and a hydro attachment are included to deliver unmatched smoothness. It "hits like a freight train" and produces incredible vapor quality. Simple to use, - has one button to turn it on and off and to fire it up. There is also a single indicator light that will be green when ready to be used and red during its very short heat up time.

    • Exxus Mini Review - Currently the smallest on the market. It features an ultra long battery life, a 30 second prep time, and temperatures that range between 320 – 410 degrees Fahrenheit. The Exxus Mini produces excellent vapor quality with a great taste and even greater potency with every hit. Easy to fill and simple to charge, this is a great herbal vape for taking on the go. Its anodized chamber makes it a convection device, heating your herbs thoroughly and efficiently. With a 2-year warranty and a competitive price of only $129.00, makes buying it a decision that ultimately requires very little thought.

    • EpicVape e-Nano Log Review - Designed to be a lower priced alternative to other desktop units on the market today. Using a mix of conduction and convection, the wax and herb vaporizer performs well with both types of material. It does have some rather glaring design flaws though, as its power cord frequently comes loose because it does not lock in place, and it's very easy to accidentally bump the temperature dial because of its positioning on the cord. Also, the e-Nano has a very small heating chamber, so longer sessions require refilling.

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    • Firefly 2 Review - 2nd version is truly one of the best vaporizers being sold today. Light and compact with an efficient, fast-charging battery, it is as portable as it is sleek. Convection technology allows for production of a steady stream of vapor without ever combusting herbs, and the flavor, potency and smoothness is virtually unparalleled. A mobile app gives you full control with your tablet or smart phone. Being one of the most expensive portables being sold at present, Firefly 2 does require a special inhalation technique to work properly; however, it doesn't take long to master it.

    • Firefly Review - At the time of its release, it was one of the best portable vaporizers on the market. Like the newer model, it uses convection technology to evenly heat herbs and produce very high-quality vapor. Larger and heavier than the newer model, with a lot shorter battery life. Still, it remains an excellent investment and can be a good choice out of herbal vapes for someone who is looking for a hand-held unit to use at home and does not want to pay the higher price for the Firefly 2.

    • Flowermate Review - About the shape and size of a smartphone, the model features a convenient digital display and has three temperature settings to choose from. While the unit is highly efficient, the vapor it produces grows hotter and harsher toward the end of every session. Still, when you consider the fact that it retails for less than most other similar units, the model does offer value for the money. Just be careful how you handle it; the herb vaporizer has been known to come apart in people's pockets.

    • Flowermate Swift Pro Review - Stylish, 100% convection vaporizer that comes with interchangeable chamber walls, making it truly one of a kind. This sleek, convenient device features an isolated heating path which allows it to eliminate the chemical, electronic flavor that other vapes may have. It only takes 30 seconds to heat and is perfect for flavor chasers and those who enjoy precise temperature control. This is an all around high quality invention with great vapor production and potency that is sure to satisfy all who use it.

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    • FlytLab Fuse Review - Vape any two materials at once! Unlike anything else on the market today, Fuse comes with an intuitive draw technology that only heats the material when you are inhaling from it. Great quality, tasty clouds, and a long-lasting battery make this what everyone needs in their arsenal. This multi-use vaporizer comes with refillable cartridges, each of them designated for a different substance, as well as a USB charger for the battery and several cleaning tools to keep it in its best shape.

    • FlytLab H2FLO Review - Uniquely designed, this gadget can be used (a) on its own, (b) with a water chamber, (c) with an air chamber or (d) with both chambers in place. The water chamber filtrates and purifies vapor, while the air chamber increases cloud size. When you use both together, it can rival the performance of the best portables on the market. The price is on the high end, and all of the attachments do make it larger than many others.

    • FlytLab Lift Review - Smaller in size than the H2Flo, this vape is compact and easy to carry. Value priced at around $150, it is much less expensive than some other portable vaporizers, and it provides a good experience when you consider its cost. A long 10-year warranty protects the apparatus to ensure satisfaction. This convection-style vape earns points when used on its Low and Medium settings; however, the High setting does tend to give an unpleasant burnt taste to material and is not recommended.

    • FocusVape Pro Review - Features a ceramic heating chamber capable of holding an impressive .4 grams of material. The ceramic chamber, combined with the 510-threaded glass mouthpiece promises smooth vapor production that is also full of flavor and potency. This FocusVape has a 20-second heat up time which is very impressive along with a removable, replaceable battery for quick and efficient on the go vaping. It has full temperature control ranging from 176 to 464 degrees Fahrenheit and adjustable airflow for a customizable experience.

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    • G Pen Elite Review - Latest vaporizer by Grenco Science and is the best in their collection. It has a digital temperature display which allows you to choose the level of heat you want to the precise degree. Economically priced compared to others, Elite offers above average vapor quality and is easy enough for beginners to use. Its ergonomic shape also makes it more comfortable to grip than many competitors. While higher priced models do have slightly better quality, this herbal vape is a good value for the money.

    • G Pen Review - Offered in two different sizes and in different models, the vape pen does pose a risk for combustion, but provides above average vapor quality at an affordable price when used with wax. With numerous special edition designs, including models created by legendary rapper Snoop Dogg, the economical models are also fashion accessories, with single button operation for ease of use.

    • G Pro Review - Patterned after the brand's popular G Pens, but in a larger size, G Pro was once offered in a variety of stylish finishes and special edition designs, but now only available in Original Black. Performance wise, the herbal vaporizer does not burn herbs; however, the vapor quality is not as good as what you'll receive from the new G Pen Elite. As a result, it is a good option for someone looking for a fashionable piece at a reasonable price.

    • GoBoof Alfa Review - Definitely has some unique features not found in competitors' collections. With its conduction design, you can choose from three standard fixed temperatures or two different automatic variable temperatures that make the vape hotter during your session to ensure that you enjoy steady vapor production. The model also allows you to easily draw whether you prefer to take long or short inhalations, and its heating chamber can be filled with any amount of material for flexible operation. The quality of clouds is average to above average with this unique vaporizer.

    • Grasshopper Vaporizer Review - Unlike most vape pens, this pen has a convection heating system that provides incredibly high vapor quality. As you might expect, with that unique technology comes a much higher price tag than what you'll find with others; however, if you are looking for something that works as well as a high-end models, this kit is well worth the money. The only downsides are that the mouthpiece tends to get a little hot, and the LED light may be too bright.

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    • Haze Square Review - This vape can accommodate waxes, oils, and dry herbs all at once through its four unique rotating chambers. Each of these chambers can be rotated over a single heating element, and though they cannot be used all at once, they can be used within quick succession of one another. Haze Square features a ceramic heating element, for a full-coverage heating, and can heat itself instantly thanks to its powerful 2600mAh battery, which is also capable of producing vapor in 3 short seconds.

    • Haze V3 Review - One of the only vaporizers of its kind, this model is perhaps the best for anyone who likes to vape wax and herbs and uses e-juice, as it works exceptionally well in all three modes. Replaceable batteries make it easy to charge and long lasting, allowing you to enjoy for longer on a single charge than most portable models. The biggest drawback is that you typically need to let it sit for a few seconds between draws to ensure large cloud production.

    • Haze V2.5 Review - Predecessor to the Haze V3 and is available for a lower price than the current model. While it still offers the same flexibility as the V3, it does not perform quite as well; however, the vape experience you'll get when using oils, waxes or dry herbs is still better than the norm. Some of the other downsides include a sticky mouthpiece and a bulkier design. The V2.5 also may not hold its temperature properly in humid conditions or at high altitudes.

    • herbalAire H2.2 Review - It's rare to find a desktop model that works with anything other than dry flowers, let alone both waxes and oils. Adding to the versatility is its draw options flexibility. With this vaporizer, you can use a whip, balloons or a direct draw mouthpiece. Surprisingly low priced when you consider its functionality and versatility, H2.2 is a good investment for individuals who want to experiment with different types of materials.

    • Herbalizer Review - High-end model for dry herbs that uses convection technology and a high-powered halogen light bulb to produce vapor. Able to reach working temperature incredibly fast, this desktop vaporizer works with a whip or with a bag and produces vapor that is every bit as good as what you'll receive from other top-of-the-line models like the Volcano. Due to its incredible performance, it is one of the most expensive on the market today, and it does have a few quirks, such as the whip attachment being a little loose.

    • HipVap Vaporizer Review - Made to look like a hip flask rather than a traditional dry herb vaporizer, the model is easy to carry and fits comfortably in your hand. Technically, this vape can also be used for waxy concentrates, but it does not perform as well. Compared to other conduction models, the unit provides above average vapor quality, and it is sold at a more affordable price than many other models on the market.

    • Hot-Box Vaporizer Review - An entry-level vape, is one of the least expensive desktop units currently available and comes in a wide array of colorful styles. There are absolutely no knobs or dials featured in the design, which makes it simple to use; however, the simplicity comes at the cost of flexibility, as you cannot adjust the temperature to suit your material. You can purchase the unit with a standard connection or with a hands-free ground glass connection. Vapor quality is about average.

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    • Indica Vaporizer Review - Using a conduction heating system, it produces average vapor quality with five different flexible temperature settings to choose from. What makes the unit unique is that it looks more like a large Zippo lighter than a vaporizer, so you can carry and store it without raising any eyebrows. In terms of battery life, this model was one of the best available, as it provides 90 minutes of continuous vaping time per charge.

    • Innokin Reviews - iTaste CLK, VV4, MVP, and Cool Fire IV - You cannot use these as herbal or wax vaporizers. Like all electronic cigarette style devices, these heat e-liquid to its point of vaporization. There are many different models to choose from Innokin collection, each with its own benefits and drawbacks. Generally, Innokin mech mods outperform other e-cigarettes on the market, particularly the higher-end models that feature variable voltage technology for customizing your experience. Prices also vary from mid range to high end.

    • Iolite Vaporizer Review - It is unlike anything else being sold today - instead of using a battery for power, this dry herb vaporizer is driven by butane. When you press the button, the butane combusts and warms the conduction heating system up. You never have to recharge a battery with the unit, but you will have to refill regularly with butane fluid. In terms of price, the Iolite is a mid-range model. Its vapor is potent and flavorful, but noticeably thinner than what other similar models provide, also it is on the large side.

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    • KandyPens Donuts Review - Features a standard conduction heating system with a high quality ceramic disc atomizer. The wax pen provides an exceptional experience with potent vapor that is smooth and flavorful, although on the thin side. KandyPens offers a virtually unheard of lifetime warranty on their batteries, separating the Donuts collection from the competition. The biggest downside is that it tends to splatter and can be a mess to clean. Its price tag is also higher than many other; however, it is not the priciest model on the market either.

    • KandyPens Galaxy Review - Step up from the Donuts, but is only slightly more expensive in price. Its heating system includes a quartz heating chamber and dual titanium wire-wrapped quartz rods that produce thick clouds, rich flavor and distinctive smoothness. Unlike the Donuts, the Galaxy is very easy to keep clean, and it comes with the same lifetime warranty on its battery. Really, the only quirky thing about the wax pen is that its LED indicator lights are a little counter-intuitive. Otherwise, this is truly one of the best on the market right now.

    • KandyPens Gravity Review - Also powered by a conduction heating system, it comes with two different atomizers. Its ceramic disc atomizer provides small vapor clouds that are incredibly smooth, while the dual coil atomizer provides plentiful clouds that are packed with flavor. A long battery life, four heating levels, and a clog-free airflow system are among the many features and benefits of this high quality dab pen. It is priced much lower, and only has a couple of very minor drawbacks.

    • KandyPens K-Vape Micro-DX Review - Has a number of impressive features: with its True Convection heating, this vape is able to provide very smooth, flavorful vapor, but like many with this type of system, it takes some time for the vapor to become thick during sessions. The digital display screen makes it super easy to use, and it offers to-the-degree temperature controls for a customized experience. Drawbacks include Micro-DX large size and the plastic mouthpiece, which does diminish the taste of vaporized herbs slightly.

    • KandyPens K-Vape Review - The first herbal model released by KandyPens, while it's not the best on the market, its low price makes it a good entry level for beginners. Like other vapes of this style, its vapor tends to get hotter and harsher the longer that sessions go on. You'll also need to ensure that your material is ground very finely to get sizable vapor clouds. With three temperature settings, the K-Vape is flexible, and the single button design allows for easy operation.

    • KandyPens Miva Review - It has temperature control and a memory function which recalls the last temperature setting and heats to that point immediately upon powering up. Fashionable and sturdy, this vape can be kept in your pocket with ease or pulled out to pull from while tucked in your hand. The Miva produces exceptional vapor quality, and due to ceramic chamber, it features even better flavor and potency. With short 10-20 second heat up time, you can be vaping on the go in no time at all.

    • KandyPens Mini Review - Features unparalleled power and ergonomics, with pass-through technology, one-button function, and an easy-to-fill chamber, this wax vaporizer is super convenient to use. It runs on a powerful lithium-ion battery and utilizes an Elevated Airflow System to make each draw resistance-free. The Mini features a ceramic heating element that produces unprecedented flavor, aroma, and potency, and with its one-button, cycling through the three heat settings is a dream. We recommended it for both beginners and experts who would like something powerful, potent, simple to use and maintain.

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    • KindPen Orion Review - This vape features the coveted convection heating system to ensure no combustion will occur. It has a powerful 1200mAh battery that can last for hours while you take it on the go, and its incredibly easy-to-use construction furthers its portable nature. The flavor and vapor produced in the Kind Pen Orion are outstanding, providing rich, dense, flavorful clouds from the first hit to the last. Its stainless steel chamber can hold up to 0.5 grams of ground material, and it features 1 sliding temperature setting between 360F and 420F.

    • KindPen Status Review - Uses a convection system that utilizes a ceramic chamber which evenly distributes heat and provides outstanding flavor. This Status has temperature settings that let you choose your temp right down to the degree ranging from 350 to 430 degrees Fahrenheit. It also features a digital OLED display that makes setting the temperature and checking the battery level simple and quick. Its long lasting battery make it a vaporizer that you can take with you anywhere. Loading it while on the go is simple and it requires little to no maintenance.

    • KindPen TruVa Review - Is a very compact unit that is made from high quality materials. Its size affords it the utmost portability, and with its .8 gram chamber and enduring battery life, you can vape all day without needing to stop to recharge or tinker with it too much. Simple to use and fill, TruVa includes a packing tool to get your material ready for even vaping every time; this can also be attributed to the convection heating, as hot air heats the chamber more thoroughly.

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    • Life Saber Review - While it is plugged into the wall like a desktop vaporizer, it is designed to be held rather than used with a whip or vape bags. To provide very pure, great tasting vapor, the design includes an all glass pathway. This gives you a very nice, smooth draw; however, it also means that the Life Saber is delicate and could be damaged if not handled and stored carefully. Cheaper than most desktops, this model has adjustable temperature settings.

    • Linx Hypnos Zero Review - Ceramic heating element helps to evenly heat your waxes and keeps the flavor intact. It also includes a glass mouthpiece that increases the flavor as well. It is ultra-compact, as it is super thin, measuring only 4 inches long. Featuring a 510 threaded battery makes it simple to charge, which is fully charged in only 2 hours! With a full charge, the Linx Hypnos Zero can be vaped from all day long while consistently producing flavor no other dab pen can come close to.

    • Linx Hypnos Review - Intended for individuals who are looking for a good experience but do not want to invest in an expensive vape. With its glass path and titanium-wrapped ceramic rod, Hypnos produces vapor of exceptional purity, potency and taste; however, to get large clouds, you will need to take long draws from the mouthpiece. Small size makes the assembled device very easy to transport but also means that the unit has a smaller capacity than many others.

    • Loki Touch Review - One of a kind, innovative, and sleek, capable of vaping both concentrates or dry herbs. This hybrid vaporizer features intuitive touch screen technology that allows you to set and view the temperature. It has a temperature range high point of 440 degrees Fahrenheit that stops the chamber from heating to the point of combustion. Incredibly portable, the Loki Touch is only 5 inches tall by 1.5 inches thick, making it easy to carry in the palm of your hand. The battery is powerful enough to last for 3 hours with intermittent use, or a continuous 45-minute session.

    • Loki Vaporizer Review - The heating element of the original Loki is an anodized chamber, which allows for beautiful thick, dense clouds, depending on the heat setting you have it on. It comes with 3 optimized heat settings, each delivering its own benefits. With a powerful, long lasting battery, a simple-to-load chamber, and a size that measures only 3.75 inches, Loki is one of the best vaporizers to take with you on the go. Its retractable mouthpiece also aids in its ability to be safely toted around wherever you go without concern over damages.

    • Lotus Vaporizer Review - Does not require a battery or butane. Instead, you heat this unit up with a lighter to produce vapor from your herbal materials. The design is essentially convection style, because the flame is not applied directly to the material. Quality from the unit is good, and it is difficult to burn the material due to a very special design. Definitely a good choice for someone who wants to avoid recharging batteries and filling up their vapes, but it does take some time to master.

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    • Magic Flight Launch Box Review - Although MFLB has been on the market for years, it is still considered by many to be one of the best vaporizers because of its excellent vapor quality and handcrafted wood design. Warrantied for a lifetime, and very is simple in theory. Just push in the battery to instantly heat your herbs or wax and then draw through a stem. In practice, it takes some time to master the best way to inhale from the unit.

    • Magic Flight Muad-Dib Review - This amazing wax vaporizer heats concentrates almost instantly and produces some of the most potent vapor that you can get from many other units. Like the MFLB, Muad-Dib is handcrafted out of wood and works when you insert a battery. Warrantied for a lifetime, the stylish device is economically priced compared to others, but like its herbal counterpart, it does take some time to get used to.

    • Micro Vaped V4 Review - Ultra slim vape that has the appearance of a true luxury pen. It is competitively priced and can be taken anywhere due to its covert nature. It features a dual coil quartz crystal atomizer that produces unmatched flavor and potency. With 6 heat settings, it has a powerful battery and features pass-through technology that allows you to vape on the go, making it incredibly convenient. Heat up to 30 seconds to reach your desired level of vaporization for a truly customizable experience each time.

    • Mighty Review - Made by Storz & Bickel, the German manufacturer that created the Volcano. Larger in size than the Crafty from the same brand, the Mighty uses a convection heating system to heat up herbal materials and provides a very steady stream of potent, flavorful vapor with quality that is virtually unmatched. A digital temperature display is featured on the bottom and can be adjusted by the degree to your exact needs, and its large heating chamber holds more material than the Crafty. High price is the biggest drawback!

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    • Nimbinvap 4.3 Review - Not having any type of internal power source, it produces vapor with heat from a butane lighter. Completely eliminating the need to charge or refill your vape and is very compact in size for easy carrying. Highly versatile, Nimbinvap can be used seven different ways, including with different mouthpieces for filtration. The experience that you'll get from it depends greatly on what attachments you use. On its own without any of the filters, the vape has a tendency to produce poor vapor. Even with attachments, you must be cautious not to burn your material.

    • Nimbus Review - Uses conduction heating with a kanthal-wrapped ceramic rod to generate large quantities of flavorful, smooth vapor. The air flow gives it very little draw resistance, and the wax pen is small enough to fit in your pocket. With three levels of heat to choose from, allows you to customize your experience; however, it can be difficult to see the temperature light, so you must be cautious when setting it to ensure that you select the right temperature. Nimbus is recommended for experienced vaporists, as its vapor may be too potent for beginners.

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    • Pax 2 Review - Follow-up to the original Pax it is consistently rated among the best vaporizers on the market, the Pax 2 uses conduction heating to produce vapor but does not pose a risk for combustion like many other conduction-style devices. The model features lip-sensing technology that optimizes the heating system to keep vapor production steady throughout your session, and a sleek housing that is very stylish. Downsides include a steep price tag and a tendency for the vapor to become harsher as sessions continue.

    • Pax Review - Called the Pax by Ploom or the Pax Classic. it is less expensive than the follow-up. This herbal vaporizer features a combustion heating system but lacks the lip-sensing technology of the newer model. Also it is larger in size and heavier, with housing not as slim or sleek. Another major difference between the two is that the Pax 2 mouthpiece stows in the top while the original Pax has a retractable mouthpiece that is more difficult to care for. The vapor quality is roughly the same between the models, but expect more draw resistance from the Classic.

    • Pax Era Review - Portable 3-inch long conduction model, and unlike other conduction oil pens of its kind, it employs the use of pre-filled pods instead of user-inserted material. While these pods can be tricky to obtain outside of some states, they eliminate the mess that many vapers hate about using oils. Once you pop in the pod, there is absolutely no preheating time, making the Era ready to go immediately. Delivering fantastic vapor density, flavor, and potency at a low price point, the Pax Era also comes with a mobile app that allows you to set the temperature and even play games with your oil vape.

    • Pinnacle Pro Review - Scores points for versatility, as it not only is able to vaporize a wide range of materials but there are also glass attachments available to use with the system. If you want to get the best experience with wax, oils or herbs, these attachments are recommended, as the combination of conduction with convection systems does have a tendency to produce hotter, harsher vapor that benefits from filtration. This particular model with attachmentss sells for around $200, making it a mid-range model.

    • Plenty Vaporizer Review - Storz & Bickel's Plenty features a conduction heating system powered by electricity. Much larger than average, the dry herb vaporizer looks like a power tool but for the right user, it can provide an amazing experience that rivals or beats the performance of most in its category. Selling for around $400, the price is steep; however, it is a low-priced alternative to the Volcano, which is also made by the German manufacturer.

    • Prima Vaporizer Review - Heats up quickly and has an auto shutoff feature that prevents combustion, so it is able to provide above average vapor quality. In terms of efficiency, Prima by Vapir allows you to make the most of your material with no waste. Still, for all its benefits, the herbal vaporizer has some drawbacks that make its price point near that of the Pax 2 and Firefly a bit questionable. The biggest flaws include a small oven despite its large size and a poor closure that can lead to spills.

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    • Puffco Plus Review - Highly portable thanks to its slender and minimalist design. This Plus version comes with an innovative feature called the "Dart", a built in loading tool that is attached to the mouthpiece. The dart is also used to help spread material more evenly in the chamber. It features a coil-less, pure ceramic heating chamber that provides incredible flavor and assists in the even heating of your dabs. There are 3 temperature settings as well as a "sesh mode" that lets you take longer draws on this unique wax vaporizer.

    • Puffco Pro Review - Uses a ceramic rod with a titanium coil to drive its conduction heating system. Sleek and compact, Pro is undoubtedly attractive, and is capable of producing vapor of above average quality. It definitely earns top marks for having a sizeable heating chamber despite its small size, so you can enjoy long sessions without a need to refill. Unfortunately, the dab pen is not suitable for small dabs, and it does have a tendency to become clogged, leading to draw resistance.

    • Pulsar APX Review - Considered an entry-level unit due to its low price, the vaporizer uses convection heating to gradually increase the temperature of material in order to produce vapor. For the price that you'll pay, the quality is surprisingly good though not on par with what you'll get from some of the higher-end models on the market. Be prepared to ground your herbs very finely to get good results, and keep in mind that APX by Pulsar does have an extremely short warranty.

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    • QuickDraw 300-D & 300-DLX Review - To ensure best results with any material, 300DLX features three different chambers, each of which is designed specifically for its intended use. The chambers are easy to fit into place due to their magnetic connectors, and the wax, herb and oil pen is smart enough to detect which chamber is in place and to adjust its heating levels to provide the best experience possible. The only major downside is that it can be tricky to load.

    • QuickDraw 500 Deluxe Review - Vape waxes, oils and herbs with convenient, magnetic cartridges; however, 500DLX is actually larger, so it has a larger chamber for holding materials. Like its 300DLX cousin, this vaporizer is also optimized to provide optimal heat for whatever you are vaping, but it is also important that you vape your material all in one sitting to ensure that you get the best experience possible. Last, but not least, it comes in many stylish colors and is easy to operate.

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    • SideKick Vaporizer Review - Features a range of temperature settings, which can be set with just a few clicks of a button and watching it heat up on the LED display. Complete with vortex chamber technology, the vapor quality is smooth, flavorful, and clean but does lack that important density. SideKick has a built-in tool that lets you stir the material as you vape to keep up the quality. Battery operated and ergonomic, but does weigh a decent amount, limiting portability.

    • Silver Surfer Vaporizer Review - Made by 7th Floor, a step up from their Da Buddha, the Silver Surfer is a mid-priced desktop that can be a great entry-level for someone who is new to vaping. This model uses a whip to deliver vapor and is very unlikely to cause combustion. While it delivers great tasting, potent vapor, the herb only vaporizer does take some time to learn to use correctly, and its analog temperature dial is less precise than models with digital temperature controls.

    • Snoop Dogg Micro G Review - Designed with the help of rapper Snoop Dogg, this dry herb vape pen wins points for its sleek style and is considered to be a fashion accessory as much as it is a vaporizer. Very inexpensive, it is easy to carry and a fraction of the size of many other similar devices. The biggest problem with it, is that its conduction heating system can potentially cause combustion. To avoid this, it is best to use for short sessions only.

    • Source ORB 3 Review - Allows users to enjoy many different types of materials. With the ORB 3, you'll receive cartridges for oils, waxes and dry herbs as well as a variety of mouthpieces for mixing and matching. Herbal cartridges of this conduction vaporizer are known to cause combustion, so it is not a great choice for someone who primarily vapes herbal materials. Instead, it is an excellent option for individuals who primarily uses waxes and oily concentrates.

    • Source Slim 4 Review - Measuring in at only 4.7 inches in height, it is one of the most compact on the market, making it highly portable. Attachment features 510 threading that makes switching between its two atomizers, a dual quartz titanium atomizer and a coil-less quartz atomizer, very simple. With the included options, getting great walls of clouds and immeasurable flavor is simple. Easy to load and to use, the Slim 4 has a high output battery and 3 heat settings optimized for your convenience.

    • Source orb XL Review - Delivers incredibly potent vapor using a conduction heating system. Because it features three titanium coils instead of the usual two, the wax pen is capable of delivering stronger vapor than competitors. In fact, it is so strong that we recommend it for experienced users who are ready to take vaping to the next level rather than beginners. A bit larger, the model has an adjustable air flow system to reduce draw resistance. Be careful when you're carrying it, as the chamber has been known to leak.

    • SToK Roil vs SToK R 2 Review - Both of the conduction vape pens are affordably priced, selling for a fraction of the cost of similar models. Their advanced air flow designs allow vapor to move freely with no clogs or draw resistance to get in your way. Simple to load and to operate, these look similar to e-cigarettes. The major drawback is that both have poly-carbonate plastic chambers that tend to affect the taste of vapor. Vapor quality is also a little lower with the SToK R Series 2 than with the SToK Roil.

    • Sutra S Type Review - The S-Type has a battery capable of pass-through charging and possesses enough stamina to power 3-6 sessions, it is simple to load with its magnetic top. This vaporizer for dry herbs has 4 temperature settings ranging between 390 and 480 degrees Fahrenheit to give you more options. Hybrid ceramic coil heats in under 30 seconds, lighting up to indicate when it has hit first temperature mark.

    • Sublimator Vaporizer Review - Capable of vaporizing not only dry herbs but also waxes and oils. A true all-in-one desktop vaporizer heats material through a combination of conduction and convection and is also capable of producing very pleasing vapor in large clouds with any type of material; however, the setup for the system is very complicated. Many vapor enthusiasts will find it inconvenient, and its high cost will put it out of many people's price ranges. As a result, Sublimator is best suited toward a serious enthusiast who wants a better vaping experience and is willing to do a bit of set up work to get it.

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    • Utillian 720 Vaporizer - With a convection heating system, the 720 produces a steady flow of vapor that is tasty and smooth when you choose the optimal temperature setting from the eight available options. Made to resemble a smartphone, the aluminum finish makes it very easy to carry. Biggest shortcoming is its difficult-to-monitor battery life, but this can be addressed with regular frequency charging at home.

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    • Yocan Evolve Plus Review - Features a convenient silicone jar at its base for carrying your concentrates, and a long-lasting 1100 mAh battery that delivers exceptional running time, letting you enjoy for longer while out and about. The Evolve Plus has an instant heat up time that is due largely to the big dual quartz atomizer which delivers clean, flavorful draws, and you even have the option of purchasing an additional ceramic donut coil for personal customization. It has a very low price point for what it can do.

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    • V2 Pro Series 3 - Comes with a cartridge for e-juice, and requires users to purchase separate cartridges for dry herbs and concentrates. While it is conduction-style, the model does not combust material the way that some other dry herb vaporizers are prone to. It provides above average vapor quality and is very easy to load and use. While battery life leaves something to be desired, Series 3 does have pass-through charging and will be completely charged in just 75 minutes. Overall, this particular model is recommended for individuals who like to use many different types of materials.

    • V2 Pro Series 7 - Sold with e-juice and dry herb cartridges, Series 7 is bargain priced and comes with an industry-leading lifetime warranty. For those who do not mind a smaller cloud size, the multi-function vaporizer offers a good experience on the low setting, and it's very simple to load and assemble. While you can choose from two higher heat settings to increase the cloud size, this causes a major decline in vapor quality. Other quirks include a short battery life and a very short automatic shutoff timer that disrupts sessions.

    • Vape Life eNail Dab Review - Comes with a glass attachment that filters and cools the vapor its conduction heating system produces. Because of its design and fragile glass components, this eNail is really intended only for home use; however, it does come with a padded travel box for taking it on the go. The vapor quality possible with this hand held is unparalleled, but its price point is higher than most devices that can be used for wax. Long battery life and flexible temperature settings are additional pluses.

    • VapeXhale Cloud EVO Review - While it plugs into the wall like a desktop, the model is small enough to hold in your hand like a portable. What's more, the herbal vaporizer has a number of unique glass attachments that allow you to enjoy the benefits of water filtration. With an attachment, it's possible to get very smooth, potent taste. Cloud EVO does cost more than other similarr models, and its price point is comparable to better quality tabletop units.

    • Vapeur Astral Review - Modestly priced, it is a good choice for those who are new to vaping and are looking for something that is simple-to-use. The conduction heating system does take some time to be ready for use, but the handheld vaporizer has very little draw resistance and produces large clouds. To get the best possible results, it's best to wait about 30 seconds between draws in order to let the Astral get back to its working temperature.

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    • Vapir NO2 Review - While it is an older model, it's considered to be a classic and is still used by many people today. NO2 uses a combination of both convection and conduction heating to produce vapor of above average quality. The digital temperature controls let you choose your ideal level of heating, reaching working temperature fast. The unit does tend to run hot, and it is larger in size than many other portables. As a result, we primarily recommend to use it for home use.

    • Vapir One Review - Can be plugged into a wall or the cigarette lighter of a vehicle and can be used for direct inhalation or to fill up balloons. In both modes, the handheld vaporizer is easy to use, and beginners can get excellent vapor production on the first try with the unit. With all of that said, the quality possible with Vapir One is below average, as the plastic construction tends to reduce the flavor profile.

    • VapirRise Review - Selling for much less than the cost of the average desktop vape, this economical model can be used as a forced-air with balloons or as a whip-style for direct draw. A multi-use adapter lets up to four people enjoy simultaneously, as convection heating gives the ability to produce high quality vapor. Beginners may find all of the parts and pieces that come with VapirRise a little overwhelming, as it does take a little work to get the unit set up and ready for use.

    • Vapium Summit Plus Review - Meant for those who enjoy engaging in outdoor activities, it can withstand temperatures anywhere from 0-176 degrees Fahrenheit and is both splash and dust proof, allowing you to take it on almost any adventure you can think of. The Summit Plus features a stainless steel air path, with absolutely no plastic, to deliver an unparalleled taste and potency with every hit. There are vibration alerts that contribute to its stealthy nature, and loading it is a breeze, making this long-life vape the perfect choice for taking with you virtually anywhere.

    • Vapium Summit Review - Available in fashion colors, it has a fast charge time of just 60 minutes and allows for up to 1 hour of continuous vaping, making Summit good for use on the go. With eight different temperature settings, the herbal vaporizer is more flexible than some other models, and its $150 price point makes the whole package very economical. The main drawback is that as with other conduction devices, the vapor quality tends to diminish as your session goes on, becoming hotter, harsher and less flavorful.

    • Vapolution 3 Review - Featuring an all glass mouthpiece, air path, chamber, and heating element, it generates a high quality experience each time you vape. The 100% glass air path makes for flavorful, smooth, cool, and crisp vapor. To use, warm it up for 2 minutes and then place your materials directly into the chamber - no need for grinding! From there, use the digital temperature control to set a temperature between 212F - 450F. You can even fit a large amount into the chamber at once, making this already good vaporizer about as convenient as it gets.

    • Vapor Brothers Dabbler Review - Uses a system with an inconel wire and burn-proof wick to vaporize waxy concentrates efficiently. Beloved for its ability to produce smooth, tasty vapor, this mid-range model is an exceptional value for the money when you consider the quality of its performance. A microprocessor inside helps to keep the temperature at the optimal setting throughout use for best results. Bigger than some competitor wax pens, the model does offer pass-through charging but its charger cord is too short to make this very practical.

    • Vapor Brothers VB11 Eleven Review - For a dab pen of its price, the VB11 produces surprisingly smooth, flavorful vapor and offers the potency that experienced enthusiasts demand. It looks very similar to an electronic cigarette and is small in size for easy carrying; however, it produces a lot of noise during operation. The small battery cap also has a tendency to become misplaced, so be sure to stow it somewhere safe when you're charging.

    • Vapor Cup Review - Designed to make it hard to tell that you're vaping. Intended for dry herbs, it looks like a reusable travel cup and allows you to inhale vapor through a mouthpiece that looks like a drinking straw. One of the more expensive on the market, the vape is a good investment for those most concerned with being able to enjoy vaping privately. Quality is best when the vaporizer is used with the included glass draw straw; however, the plastic and vinyl straws are more durable.

    • VaporBlunt 2.0 Review - Selling for only about $150, makes it affordable. Whether you're vaping wax or herbs, you'll get good vapor from the convection vaporizer; however, it can be tricky to load and cause you to waste some material. A water pipe attachment is included, but with it in place, the model becomes more difficult to stow on the go.

    • Vaporfection miVape Review - Uses glass vapor path to produce vapor of exceptional quality. Designed to look rather similar to a small smart phone, it has a hinged lid that keeps the glass draw stem protected when you're on the go. On par with the Firefly and the Pax 2 in terms of its quality and price, the wax and herb vaporizer does take longer to heat up than its competitors and only holds a small amount of material at one time.

    • Vaporite Tantric Review - Features 3 atomizers, one of which allows the user to sub-ohm their e liquid - a revolutionary feature when it comes to 3-in-1 vapes. Comes with a powerful, long-lasting battery capable of delivering power in either temperature increments or through wattage, both of which are variable and adjusted using the OLED screen. The Tantric is compatible with any 510 tank or cartridge and comes with a Pyrex Glass mouthpiece, making it versatile and capable of delivering excellent vapor quality.

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    • Volcano Digit Review - Considered by many to be the best vaporizer that money can buy. With its convection system, the vaporizer efficiently heats herbs to their point of vaporization and then fills bags with potent, amazingly flavored, smooth vapor. A digital temperature system lets you set the unit to the exact level of heating that you desire. The biggest downside is its steep price, as it generally retails for $680, much more than most on the market today.

    • Volcano Classic Review - While its price point is still above other desktop vaporizers, the Classic can be a good choice for those who want to experience the unparalleled vapor quality possible but want to save some money. The primary difference between the Classic and the Digit units is that the Classic has an analog temperature dial and a smaller temperature range than the newer model. It uses the same convection heating system and balloon bag system.

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    • White Rhino Hylo Review - Many materials can be vaped using its unique bullet pod loading system, and each material has its own separate bullet. This 3-in-1 vaporizer uses convection heating, which affords the user an evenly heated and outrageously smooth hit every time. Its flavor is unparalleled to any other on the market, and it only gets better the hotter you run the unit. Choose from 3 pre-set heat settings designed to optimize your experience and enjoy the convenient 3-minute safety shut off feature.

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    • Zephyr Ion Review - Like the Volcano, it fills balloons and uses a convection heating system to produce vapor of very good quality; however, it is a lot noisier than some of its competitors, so it can disrupt a household or make it difficult to have a conversation at a party. A digital temperature display lets you choose your desired heating level down to the degree, and the unit is simple to operate, making it a good choice for beginners. Bags fill fast, and the heat-up time is short compared to other convection herbal vaporizers.

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