Utillian 5 Wax Pen Review

Author Rating: 8.7/10

Ease of Use: 9/10
Temperature Settings: 8/10
Chamber & Heating System: 9/10
Vapor Quality: 9/10
Battery Life: 9/10
Aesthetics & Manufacturing Quality: 8/10

The Utillian 5 vape is the flagship device from the Utillian brand, offering durability that is built to last. This wax pen packs a punch, giving you some seriously milky hits. If you’re in the market for the Utillian 5 wax pen for sale, you probably have some questions as to whether this unit is right for you. Read on to discover its strengths, weaknesses, and for our thoughts on the Utillian 5 pen.

Product Features:

  • Powerful Wax Pen
  • Thick, Milky Clouds
  • Easy to Load and Operate
  • Durable and Rugged, Built to Last
  • Solid Battery Life for a Wax Pen

How it Works and Ease of Use:

Operating the Utillian 5 wax pen is a no-brainer. To turn the device on, you just click the button 5 times, which is standard for wax pens. Once the unit is on, 2 clicks will enable you to toggle through the 4 different temperature settings. One thing that stood out to us about the Utillian 5 is how easy it was to load concentrates into the chamber. While other wax pens have coils that are deep down inside of the atomizer, this is not the case with the Utillian 5’s large coils. This design allows you to quickly load your waxy concentrates into the Utillian 5 without the hassle that other wax pens present.

Temperature Settings:

The Utillian 5 wax pen kit has 4 different preset temperature settings between 2.2v and 2.8v. At the 2.2v setting, you’ll get light draws but still enjoy some great flavor. At the highest setting, you might find that your wax is used up a little too quickly.  If you’re like us, you prefer your vape hits to be somewhere in between lung-busting and light and wispy. For this reason, we recommend going with the medium settings of either 2.4v or 2.6v.

Vapor Quality:

The vapor quality and production on the Utillian 5 among the best you’ll find as far as wax pens go. Even at the highest setting, vape rips are tasty and flavorful. If you’re sensitive to big rips, we recommend staying away from the highest setting, though. The atomizer on Utillian 5 features two coils made from black ceramic for two different purposes. The black ceramic and titanium coils will be the one that you’ll use if you love the real thick, milky hits and prefer your vape clouds to be as large as possible. The other atomizer is made from black ceramic and kanthal, and is perfect for sipping vape rips on the low temperature. You also have the option to add a separate Utillian 5 glass bubbler to the device, which adds some smoothness to those thicker rips.

Battery Life:

This device has a 1050mAh battery that lasts a solid 45 minutes of continuous usage. For most wax pen users, this translates into a few days of sessions. If you’re looking for one of the biggest batteries for wax pens available, we recommend checking out the KandyPens Prism Plus. One knock on this device that we have heard from vaporizer enthusiasts is that the Utillian 5 doesn’t have any kind of battery life indicator. This can be frustrating to not know how much battery life is left, especially if you’re on the go and your USB charging equipment is at home.

Aesthetics and Manufacturing Quality:

Just looking at the Utillian 5 pen, you can tell it was designed with durability in mind and built to last, especially for its affordable price tag. The stainless steel finish on the Utillian 5 is attractive and means that there’s a good chance it will last a lifetime. The splashguard on the atomizer of the Utillian 5 is also a nice touch, which ensures that hot wax doesn’t burn your tongue if it splashes up during a huge rip.

Portability and Discreetness:

The Utillian 5 isn’t the most portable or discreet wax pen you can buy on the market today. However, if you’re the type of vaporizer enthusiast who prefers lung-filling heavy hits, portability might not be the biggest issue to you. We really haven’t seen anyone have any trouble fitting the Utillian 5 pen into their pockets, even though there are much more compact wax pens on the market today.

Also, due to the design of the Utillian 5 pen, it looks more like a traditional e-juice vaporizer than it does your typical vape for use with concentrates. For this reason, you might find taking delicious waxy rips off of this device can tend to fly under the radar. If you’re in the market for a wax pen that is portable and discreet, we recommend checking out something like the KandyPens Galaxy.

What Comes With the Utillian 5 Wax Pen Kit?

In the Utillian 5 vape kit box, you will find the unit itself, a cable for charging with USB charging cable, two O-rings, two coils made from ceramic, and a packing tool.

How to Clean:

As previously mentioned, the Utillian 5 features large coils that don’t sit deep down inside of the atomizer like most other wax pens, which lets you pack the unit with ease. This also lets you clean the device fairly easily, because you’re not digging down to scrape out that hard to reach wax. You might need to take a cotton swab soaked in alcohol to the mouthpiece every now and then to make sure you keep it free from bacteria.

Summary and Comparison:

The Utillian 5 wax pen price is affordable, especially when you compare it to other devices of its kind on the market today. In our opinion, its best features are its vapor quality and production and its rugged durability. There are wax pens that are more discreet and ones that have a larger battery, but you could do much worse than purchasing the Utillian 5 vape. If you’re looking for a portable vaporizer that is a bit more on the high-end side and can also vape dry herbs in addition to concentrates, maybe check out the Pax 3.

What do you think about of the Utillian 5? What are its strengths and weaknesses? Is it the best portable vaporizer available? If not, what do you think is the best? Let us know in the comments.

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