Month: October 2019

Utillian 722 Review

The Utillian brand of vaporizers has a long history of producing quality units that don’t break the bank. The 722 from Utillian vapes is an upgrade over its sibling the Utillian 721, featuring a slick new look, better airflow, and higher temperature options. Is it better than the older version? Keep reading our Utillian 722 dry herb portable vaporizer review for all the details. Continue reading

Healthy Rips Fury Edge Review

The Fury Edge by Healthy Rips is a dry herb vaporizer with hybrid heating. This portable vaporizer uses primarily convection heating, a fast charge up and heat up time, a great battery and solid vapor quality. Is it one of the best portable vaporizers? Keep on reading our Healthy Rips Fury Review for all the details! Are you new to the wonderful dry herb vaporizer world? Just learning how to vape weed? Check out our handy 2019 Buyer’s Guide to help you decide which is the best portable vaporizer for you! Continue reading

G Pen Nova LXE Review

We have reviewed a few vapes from the Grenco brand in the past, like the G Pen Elite - and we were fairly impressed. We think the G Pen line produces some superior vapes. The G Pen Nova LXE from Grenco Science is a pen-style vape designed for waxy concentrates but can also vape pre-filled cartridges thanks to 510-threading. Continue reading

Focus V Aero Review

We’ve reviewed some products from Focusvape in the past, like the portable dab rig the Focus V Carta. The Focus V Aero is a portable vaporizer for dry herbs that offers dual chambers and is a true convection device. The Aero from Focusvape is a mid-range priced unit that has a bit of an unusual look to it but makes up for it with some other solid features. If you are new to the wonderful world of portable vaporizers for dry herbs, head on over to our 2019 Vaporizer Buyers Guide for all the information you need. Continue reading

Firefly 2 Plus VS The Crafty

The Firefly 2 Plus and the Crafty from Storz and Bickel are two of the most popular and well-known premium convection vaporizers. We put these two top-shelf, dually functional portable vaporizers up against each other in this comparison review. We discuss their ease of use, vapor and build quality, and more. They are two of the best portable vaporizers for dry herb - but which one is better? If you are new to the world of portable dry herb vaporizers and are curious about how to pick the best device for you, head on over to our vaporizer buyers guide. The buyer’s guide gives you in-depth information on what to look for when choosing the vape that is right for you. Continue reading

KandyPens K-Vape Pro Review

We’ve reviewed several devices from the KandyPens brand in the past, like the KandyPens Prism Plus and the Elite, but these units were designed for vaping concentrates. The manufacturer first put out a flower vaporizer with the K-Vape, which received mixed reviews and little fanfare. With the K-Vape Pro, KandyPens takes a second shot at producing a budget-friendly dry herb portable vaporizer. How does it perform, and is it worth your time? Let’s get into our KandyPens K-Vape Pro review it and find out! Continue reading

X MAX Starry Review

The X MAX Starry portable vaporizer hasn’t really gotten that much attention since its release a few years back. However, that doesn’t mean it’s a bad choice for a budget vape. There is now a third version of the X MAX Starry, which was released in the Winter of 2019. The latest version now features upgrades like haptic feedback and a better mouthpiece. Continue reading

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