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Buying a Weed Vaporizer

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While some stoners may still prefer joints, blunts, edibles and bowls, it seems the vape has a firm grip on the cannabis market, and not without reason. A weed vaporizer heats up your bud or herb to the point of vaporisation but not to the point where it will scorch and burn, preserving those precious terpenes and making for a smoother, more flavoursome experience.

Weed vaporizers come in a range of shapes, sizes and price tags. There are the cheapest, such as the AirVape XS Go and the Arizer Air 2; then there are the mid-range to high-end models, including the Storz & Bickel Crafty and Pax 3 Special RQS Edition, both of which offer full control, silky smooth hits and beautiful designs. Source

When looking to buy a weed vaporizer, it’s important to know how they work, and what the difference is between convection and conduction heating. The former utilises an indirect heat source, which is less likely to scorch your bud than direct contact with a coil (think: a pan on the stove).

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Another thing to consider is whether you’ll be using your weed for vaping herbs, oils or both, as some devices are jacks of all trades and masters of none. The V2 Pro Series 7 is a great example of this, with its’smell-proof’ metal tube to store the pre-prepared capsules and impressive 4 sessions from a single charge. For dry herb vaping though, I’d recommend a more dedicated device such as the Black Mamba or Mig Vapor Torpedo.

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