Month: January 2018

Top 7 Stealthiest Portable Vaporizers with The largest Chamber Sizes

What are the stealthiest, most discreet portable vaporizers? Which portable vaporizers have the largest chambers? These are two of the questions that we get asked the most. In this blog post, we’ve got you covered. We will give you a list of seven of the stealthiest portable vaporizers with the largest chambers. We even went the extra mile and gave you the exact dimensions of each of the vapes, just in case you want to get extra geeky and technical. Enjoy!

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Haze Square Review – Quad Chamber Vaporizer

The Square portable vaporizer is a brand new device from Haze. This compact and unique unit offers four separate and different chambers that let you vape dry herbs, oils, waxes and e-liquids. The Square lives up to its name, looking almost like a half-sized baseball card. With this unit, it’s hip to be square. But, with a price tag of around $350, the Haze Square isn’t exactly the cheapest vape you can buy. Is the cost worth it for the Haze Square? Is it the vaporizer for you? Read on to find out more. Continue reading

Arizer Go (ArGo) Review – Most Compact Arizer Vaporizer

Canadian vaporizer manufacturer Arizer recently put out a brand new, intriguing dry herb portable vape called the ArGo a combination of two words Arizer & Go specifically designed for on the go vapers. It’s so new, many retail stores and online vape specialty sites don’t even carry it yet. We’ve reviewed the Arizer Air 2 in the past, and we were overall impressed by it. The ArGo is extremely compact and discreet, one of the stealthiest portable vaporizers you can buy. Put that extreme portability together with precision temperature controls, a vapor pathway made entirely of glass for optimal flavor and smoothness – and you just might have yourself a winner. But, with a price tag of around $315, the ArGo isn’t exactly the cheapest vape you can buy. Is the cost worth it for the Arizer ArGo? Is it the vaporizer for you? Read on to find out more. Continue reading

Haze V3 Review – Dual Chamber Vaporizer

The Haze V3 portable vaporizer from Haze Technologies is a noticeable upgrade over its predecessor, the V2.5. The V3 is a thicker, more durable and offers more features than the V2.5. Naturally, the V3 also comes with a bigger price tag of around $250. Is the price justified? How does the V3 stack up in comparison to other high-end portable vaporizers like it? Read on to find out more. Continue reading

Vaporization and Its History – 5th Century B.C.

As you probably already know, human beings have been consuming cannabis both recreationally and medicinally for thousands of years. You probably also know that smoking and eating cannabis have been the most popular methods of ingestion, with vaporization seemingly just gaining mass fame within the last decade or so. What you might not know is how far vaporization of various substances, not just cannabis, dates back in time. Join us as we take an interesting journey back in time to explore some of the very first people to ever decide to toke on plants by heating them up past the point of combustion. Continue reading

Classic Volcano VS Digital Volcano Review

The Classic Volcano is one of the best of its kind, if not the best. The Volcano is inarguably a top of the line device that is another impressive offering from German manufacturers Storz and Bickel. When people think of a memorable vaping experience at a party or a cannabis industry live event, they’re probably thinking of the Volcano. Some vaporizer enthusiasts still have their Volcanoes that they purchased in the early 2000’s, and they’re still working perfectly. That is an ultimate test to the quality and longevity of this desktop vaporizer.

The user-friendly functionality and design of this desktop vaporizer is second-to none. Couple that with the superior vapor quality and thickness, and this is a perfect for parties and more intimate home sessions. When it comes to a workhouse that delivers the best tasting, thickets clouds possible, the Volcano is up there with the best of the best.

For all of its awesome selling points, there were some notable drawbacks of the Classic, which is why the Digital was created in the first place. The most notable drawback was that there was no temperature indicator with the Classic. Storz and Bickel fixed this issue with the Digital unit, and you can now reach the exact temperature you desire, if that’s something of importance to you. Continue reading

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