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Month: June 2019

Dr. Dabber Boost Review

The Doctor Dabber Boost was one of the very first of its kind, as there weren’t many other portable dab rigs on the market when it made its debut make in 2015. The manufacturers set out to design a unit that could take all the awesomeness of doing traditional dabs and allow users to take it on the go. Since it uses its own battery like your typical portable vaporizer, there is no need for using blow torches that are potentially dangerous and can look sketchy to some people that don’t understand dabbing. The Boost sought to change all of that. The Doctor Dabber Black Edition was released not too long ago as well, which is basically the same unit; only it heats up quicker and comes with nails that are bigger in size. Continue reading

PAX 3 Review

The PAX 3 is an impressive and innovative portable vaporizer for dry herbs. The complete advanced kit, which is pricier, comes with an attachment for wax, crumble or butter extracts as well. Over a million PAX 3’s have been sold, with seemingly most of them being satisfied customers. Will you be the next PAX3 owner? Read on and decide for yourself. Continue reading

KandyPens Slim Review

The KandyPens Slim is pen-style vaporizer for use with oil concentrates and e-liquids. The device is highly affordable and using it doesn’t get any easier. It is a great unit for a newbie or for someone who wants a back up vape. Is this device right for you? Keep reading our KandyPens Slim review, and you can decide for yourself. Continue reading

DynaVap M Review

Back in the days before portable vaporizers with built-in heating elements were a thing, those who partake used lighters and attempted to balance airflow and heat. With its VapCap line of devices, the DynaVap brand brings that nostalgia back and couples it with vaporizing. While some analog vaporizers might be difficult to learn how to use, the DynaVap brand makes it easy. Continue reading

Dr. Dabber Light Review

The market for compact and inexpensive wax vape pens has been gaining some serious popularity over the last few years or so. We are regularly seeing more and more manufacturers release LED vape pen products with the hopes of competing in this growing niche. Continue reading

Firefly 2+ (Plus) Review

When you make the decision to buy a Firefly vape, you are making an investment in a premium device. Most people who own a Firefly vaporizer seem to be happy with their purchasing decision. The Firefly 2 vaporizer established itself as an innovative device with great vapor quality, a strong battery and customizable heat settings. The new Firefly 2+ vape makes some upgrades over its predecessor, including better airflow and increased portability. Is the price of the Firefly 2+ worth it? Let’s get into it. Continue reading

Dr. Dabber Aurora Review

The Dr. Dabber brand first made a name for itself with the release of its popular Ghost wax pen. With their newer model the Dr. Dabber Aurora, there are some distinct changes made. Most noteworthy is the way the Aurora snaps together. Instead of the standard threaded connection you see with most wax pens, the Aurora has parts that snap together magnetically. Keep reading our Dr. Dabber Aurora review as we get into the other aspects of the device, and give our detailed opinion on it. Continue reading

Ghost MV1 Review

The Ghost MV1 vaporizer offers robust, delicious vapor from both dry herbs and concentrates. A powerhouse with a durable build, many owners of the MV1 think this portable vaporizer offers rips that are almost comparable to desktop devices. In this Ghost MV1 review, we’ll let you know the good and the bad, what we thought of this device, and let you decide if it’s right for you. Continue reading

Utillian 421 vs 721 Review

One of the questions we often hear from our customers and fellow vape enthusiasts is about which Utillian device is right for them. The Utillian 420 price and basic features make it the starter model from the brand. The 421 model is a step up from the 420 in price and quality, and the 721 has some distinct features that are improvements over the two. Is the price increase justified, and should you spend the extra money on the 721? We’ll let you know what we think and you decide. Continue reading

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