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To choose the best vaporizer option you will need to analyze your own situation and figure out what you need in a vape pen. As humans, we are all different and we all have our own preferences, wants and needs. There are many models to choose from, they all look different and have varying functions and controls. Continue reading and we'll help break some things down for you.
When choosing a dry herb vaporizer, make sure you know the difference between Convection and Combustion Vapes. Convection vapes are the new, healthier way to smoke. Temperature control is also very important for those sensitive to smoke and vapors - some vaporizers come with a few temperature settings while other are completely customizable.
510 thread, pre-filled oil cartridges work with a wide variety of vapes from the slim pen batteries, to the SteamCloud Mini and box mods. For e juice and other liquids, use a 510 atomizer with a box mod. Battery power is more important for e liquid versus the skinny, pre-filled cartridges as the skinny cartridges don't draw much power from the vape battery.
The main difference when choosing between wax pens will be the type of coil being used which can range from quartz rods to ceramic pancake coils. Different wax coils offer different vapor experiences. Wax pens don't use much power so battery is not much of a concern, but newer models now have variable voltage controls to control the temperature to fine tune the experience.
The controls from mod to mod are usually very similar and they all allow you to adjust how much power is sent into the attached 510 atomizer. Specifically for e juice, you will need a vape with a lot of power to blow big clouds, and the box mods fit that. The skinny, pre-filled cartridges will work too, just keep the power output low or risk burning out the cartridge.
This is not the fanciest dry herb vaporizer, but when looking at what you get for the price, the Titan 2 is a solid option that gets the job done. You can adjust the temperature by a single degree from 200 to 428 degrees fahrenheit and the design means you can stand it up while loading and do not have to worry about it rolling off any surface. The display screen is fairly basic but it is still digital.
For anyone that uses the skinny, 510 cartridges that often come pre-filled, the SteamCloud Mini features a new, side-by-side design. Instead of attaching the top of a battery, with the Mini, the cartridge will sit right next to the battery, leaving you with a more discreet and portable vape pen. Plus the battery power and quality is very good and will last.
The Saber Vape Pen is arguably one of the best wax pens. The magnetic design is just one way this vape separates itself from other vapes - no more sticky threads, just sleek, magnetized vape parts. The Saber comes equipped with quartz and ceramic coils that deliver pure taste vapors, along with a high quality battery with variable voltage control, plus an auto-simmer function like no other.