Boundless CFC 2.0 Review
The Boundless CFC dry herb vaporizer is an upgraded version of the original Boundless CFC. The CFC 2.0 comes with water filtration capability, an isolated vapor path, precision temperature controls and a portable, streamlined build. Our Boundless CFC 2.0 vaporizer review discusses how this device works, its temperature options, vapor quality, how to clean, and more.
- Precise Temperature Control
- Isolated Air Path
- Air Intake Holes on the Back
- Large Chamber Size
- Water Pipe Adapter
- Pass Through Charging
How it Works and Ease of Use:
The Boundless CFC 2.0 pocket vaporizer is really easy to use. Pressing the power button 5 times turns the unit on or off, and the temperature control buttons are located right next to the power button. You just pop off the mouthpiece to reveal the chamber, pack your dry herbs, and you’re good to go.
The Boundless CFC dry herb vaporizer has a wide temperature range of 60 – 230°C. The device takes about 40-45 seconds to heat up to the highest temperature, which is a bit longer than most other portable vaporizers on the market right now. While it’s a great option to be able to use lower temperatures, we find that taking draws on any setting below about 210°C will produce thin clouds that are kind of weak and wispy. If you’re a vape user who likes to micro dose, this can be a plus, though.
Heating System and Chamber Size:
The CFC 2.0 uses conduction heating and has a ceramic chamber that can fit up to half of a gram of dry herbs. For a device that is considered a budget vape, we were pretty impressed with the size of the chamber.
CFC 2.0 Vapor Quality:
Despite the fact that the Boundless CFC 2.0 pocket vaporizer is made mostly of plastic, the isolated air path produce some tasty rips. There are airflow holes located at the back of the device that you can cover up if you want some extra draw resistance with your hits. Since the Boundless CFC 2.0 mouthpiece is made of plastic, it will get pretty warm towards the end of a session. However, using the water pipe adapter will definitely help to cool down the vapor. The CFC 2.0 doesn’t produce the thickest clouds, especially on low settings – but the vapor production is decent enough on the high settings.
Boundless CFC 2.0 Battery:
The Boundless CFC 2.0 battery is an internal one and is 18650 mAh. The device lasts a solid hour of continuous usage, which amounts to around 7 full sessions on a single charge. The unit takes about 3 hours to charge, which is on the higher side, but does feature pass-through charging. While this battery life is slightly above average, if you’re looking for a device with a really long-lasting battery, check out the Arizer Solo 2.
Aesthetics and Manufacturing Quality:
The Boundless CFC 2.0 Vape is made almost entirely from plastic, except for the ceramic heating chamber. Even though it is plastic, it doesn’t feel too cheaply made, and it is durable enough to survive a few drops. The ridges on the side of the vape feel pretty good in your hand while holding it as well. The Boundless CFC 2.0 pocket vaporizer isn’t terrible looking, but we do think that the similarly priced Vapium Lite looks a bit better.
Portability and Discreetness:
At just five inches tall and weighing only a pound, the Boundless CFC 2.0 is highly portable and fits easily in your palm. The plastic build does make it lightweight. The device can get a bit smelly if you don’t clean it enough, which can draw some unwanted attention. We highly recommend cleaning out the chamber after each and every session, to help reduce the amount of odor that tends to be noticeable.
What Comes With the Boundless CFC 2.0?
This device comes with a water pipe adapter, a USB charging cable, a brush for cleaning, a tool for stirring your dry herbs, two screens for the oven and three for the mouthpiece, as well as an owner’s manual. This is a good amount of accessories, and the CFC 2.0 also features a 3-year warranty on the device as well as a 90-day warranty on the battery.
Boundless CFC 2.0 Cleaning:
Keeping your Boundless CFC 2.0 clean is about as easy as it is to operate, as there are only a few removable pieces that require cleaning. Remove the mouthpiece and give the chamber a thorough brushing after every session or two. Remove the silicone compartment that holds in the screen and give those parts a good brushing as well. You’ll want to take some Q-Tips dipped in isopropyl alcohol to the entire device after about 2 or 3 sessions. If you neglected to clean any vape you own, consider checking out the Zeus Purify Cleaning Kit to remove that tough build up and grime.
Summary and Comparison:
The Boundless CFC dry herb vaporizer has a lot of good features, like precision temperature controls, decent vapor quality, portability, an isolated air path, a large chamber size, and a water pipe adapter. We would have liked to see the unit come with a little bit less plastic though, and maybe a glass mouthpiece, but that’s just our opinion.
The Pulsar APX costs a little bit less, is similar to the appearance of the CFC 2.0, and the build quality is a bit better. Both devices perform about the same in terms of vapor quality – even though the Boundless CFC 2.0 does have precision controls, while the Pulsar APX does not.
The CFC 2.0 is a great starter vape for someone who is new to the vaporizer world. However, experienced vape users might opt for something more on the premium side, such as the Mighty.
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