If you are reading this, it is highly likely that you’ve smoked or ingested cannabis before. There are so many ways to enjoy weed, from smoking joints, pipes and bongs to making recipes with edible marijuana, like the infamous pot brownie.
You may be bored with those ways already, or you might just be looking for a new way to get high. This is where vaporizers come in. They are a great alternative to smoking, as the vapor you inhale contains no carcinogens because the weed isn’t actually being burned.
The weed (both dry flower and oil or wax cartridges) is heated to a very high temperature until the THC and CBD are broken down into a vapor, which is what you then inhale. There are so many different types of vaporizer nowadays, so it can be a little tricky figuring out which one to buy.
Hopefully, this article will help you understand a little more about vaping so that you can then go and buy the vape of your heart’s desire!
What kind of vape is right for you?
The right vape for you will depend on what form of cannabis you like to smoke. If you like dry herb then you will be drawn to vaporizers that use the dry herb. If you prefer oils and wax then that is the type of vaporizer you should get.
Wax and oil cartridges are easier to load into the device, but you may not have access to those where you live. A bonus for dry herb is that once you have vaped it, you can then use it in recipes to make edibles.
Top 5 Dry Herb Vaporisers
There are so many good dry herb vaporizers out there, and more are being made every year. We’ve narrowed it down to five of our favorites to shares with you now:
- DaVinci IQ
- Firefly 2
- Arizer Solo II
- Pax 3
- Prohibited in the 5th Degree vape pen kit
These five vaporizers are all very similar in terms of quality and price, but we still feel a comparison is in order.
First off, the least portable and durable of the five is the Arizer Solo II because it contains glass tubes that could break if you’re not careful. If you travel a lot and want to store your vaporizer in your bag, then one of the other four is a better choice.
The Firefly 2 and the Prohibited in the 5th Degree vape pen kit are both quite large compared to the others, so if you have small hands and/or want a more discrete device, then these two might not be right for you.
That leaves us with the Pax 3 and the DaVinci IQ. Both of these devices sync up to their own apps, which is pretty cool. However, the DaVinci IQ doesn’t have a very long battery life, and the Pax 3 is a bit more expensive.
If you have the budget for it though, we would highly recommend the Pax 3. It has great user reviews and will last you a long time, making it a good investment.
Good luck with your purchase and happy vaping!