Utillian 721 Vaporizer Review

Author Rating: 8.2/10

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

The Utillian 721 is a portable vaporizer for both dry herbs and waxes that uses convection heating. It does look similar to its younger siblings, but different from the flask appearance than that of the 420 and the 650 in that it is a bit more modern. With a price tag of about $220 CAD, it is more expensive than the Utillian 420, but still less than some other portable vaporizers on the market. Is the 721 the perfect portable vaporizer for your vape needs? Read more and you can be the judge.

 Battery on the Utillian 721

The previous model, the Utillian 720, had a good battery on it when it came out. The 721 features an even better battery that clocks in at 2100 mAh, with a battery life increase of fifteen percent. Most users have reported getting around 60 minutes of continuous usage out of this unit on one charge. A minor drawback about the battery is that it cannot be removed or replaced, which isn’t a huge issue, but is an area that the 721 falls short in comparison to its competitors.

Utillian 721 Vaporizer Charging

Using the Utillian 721

The unit is made from durable, thick aluminum and has a rubberized finish. If you’re old enough to remember what a beeper from the 1990’s looked like, this unit kind of resembles one. The Utillian 721 fits nicely into most pockets and especially purses and bags. It is a bit more ergonomic than its siblings, fitting discreetly into your palm. The top chamber cover, lid or as some might refer to the cooling unit on the 721 is magnetic, and you must twist it open in order to remove the plastic chamber cover. This does make transporting the device easier, and the twist on and off magnet does not appear to be easily worn down or broken off like that of some other vaporizers that utilize a way to conceal chamber covers. The mouthpiece (the top small piece that connects to the chamber cover) on the 721 swivels around as well.

Just like the other portable vaporizers from Utillian, the 721 is controlled by only one button, press it 5 times and the unit turns on and starts heating up to the last set temperature. On the other models, a light that is located at the top will blink when it’s heating up, and remain solid when it is ready to go. The same is true with the 721.

Utillian 721 Temperature settings

There are 4 different preset temperature settings on the Utillian 721 that are color coded as Green 170 Celsius, Blue 180 Celsius, Purple190 Celsius, and Red 210 Celsius. The Utillian 721 features an enhanced boost mode that is activated by pressing and holding the button. In this mode, each heat setting can be boosted by five degrees, which is a nice feature, considering that some of the 721’s competitors offer 1-degree incremental heating. After five minutes of not using the device, it will automatically shut itself off, preserving battery life. The LED display on the 721 is clear and simple to read and understand.

Vapor Quality on the Utillian 721

The vapor quality on this device is top notch. There is almost zero draw resistance, which means that your clouds will be as thick as you want on the higher settings. The clouds on the lower temps are actually a bit thin, which are ideal for vaping discreetly and leaving little odor. The heating chamber is made of stainless steel, and the unit uses convection heating, which is what most vape users prefer in order to get the best tasting hits with minimal harshness. Even though it does use convection heating, we still recommend that you grind your dry herbs down as finely as possible in order to get the best possible vape tokes and smoothness.

The mouthpiece is made of plastic, which is not exactly ideal, and is a bit puzzling – considering the less expensive Utillian 420 comes with a glass mouthpiece. The heating chamber is made from stainless steel, which adds to the quality of the vapor. At any rate, the mouthpiece made from plastic is long lasting and does not noticeably degrade the quality of vape rips for most users.

What Comes With the Utillian 721?

Including the Utillian 721 device itself, the unit comes with a canister for vaping wax, and a handy set of tweezers which is ideal for removing any stubborn herb that might lodge itself inside the heating chamber. The device also comes with a USB charger, a brush for cleaning, some extra o-rings, and an additional plastic stem for the mouthpiece, in case you need to replace your other one.


• Convection heating and stainless steel chamber makes for delicious tasting vape rips and high quality airflow.
• Battery last impressively long.
• The cap on the device is magnetic, which is durable and sturdy.
• Boost mode gives you some extra options when it comes to finding your ideal vape temperature.
• Comes with a canister for vaping waxes and concentrates.


  • Highest temperature preset produces harsh vapor for most users.
  • The mouthpiece is plastic, which does not impact the flavor or vapor quality, but is puzzling because less expensive portable
  • vaporizers from Utillian use glass.
  • The rubberized finish eventually wears down after a while.
  • The battery cannot be removed or replaced.

Even though there one or two minor drawbacks, the 721 really shines in many areas. Keep in mind that the manufacturer Utillian has not been around as a company for very long at all, so they will just keep improving as they grow and we are glad to be introduced to this unit by Tvape and have the opportunity to do a review.

What are your thoughts on the Utillian 721? Do you own one or have you ever used one? Would you recommend it, why or why not? Let us know in the comments. We love hearing what you think and if you’re looking for a Utillian 721 be sure to head over to Tools420 vaporizers to get your own today!

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