There’s a reason the Firefly 2 and Pax 2 stand out from other vapes—beyond being big eye-catching kazoos. They’re unique. A lot of the vape market is reminiscent of the hoverboard market. A few companies make the products and a whole mess of other companies slap their logos on them and sell them. Grenco’s been one of…
Let’s make one thing clear about portable vaporizers: They’ll never be as portable (or enjoyable) as a good old-fashioned marijuana cigarette. So when I was asked to review the Firefly 2, I immediately scoffed. How on earth could this dorky little gadget possibly match the sweet bliss of a tightly rolled joint?
The Evoke Vaporizer is designed to look good when displayed on a desk or coffee table, going against the trend for making vaporizers discreet by disguising them as pens and so forth. It’s made from aluminum and wood (African sepele according to Evoke). The thing looks like a cross between a spaceship and an old-timey…
Why settle for a vape that can only handle oils, waxes, loose-leaf marijuana or e-liquids when one pen can do it all? Multimode pens are getting easy to find, and they’re quickly dropping down to double-digit prices. Problem is, a lot of these cannabis and tobacco-vaporizing devices perform like you bought them at a…
Cramming what little pocket space you've got in those skinny jeans you kids are wearing with multiple vapes for multiple materials is tacky. Instead, combine all your vaping needs into a single, multi-material device like the Zeus Arsenal Thunder.
Getting your nic fix used to mean lighting up a Marlboro, but with the rise of electronic cigarettes, the market's been flooded with countless pen vaporizers that get the job done without being gigantic. So which one should you, the neophyte vaper, choose? The V2 Pro Series 3 is one great choice.
With their flashing lights, roaring fans, and Blade Runner-esque designs, a lot of tabletop vapes these days place more emphasis on maintaining hyper-precise temperature gradients than in providing a relaxing and enjoyable user experience. The new Cloud Evo takes a refreshingly zen approach.
The Volcano vaporizer has stood, virtually unchallenged, atop the mountain of tabletop vaporizers for years. This upstart all-in-one system designed by ex-NASA engineers looks to topple the Volcano from its perch—just so long as you're cool forgiving all the rattling.
An upcoming study in the peer-reviewed journal Nicotine and Tobacco Research says that some tank-style e-cigarettes emit cancer-causing formaldehyde in their vapor at levels similar to traditional tobacco cigarettes. The New York Times, which revealed the findings ahead of publication, says a second study confirms the…
The Pax and the Firefly are both fantastic vaporizers, but they suffer from the same shortfall: neither can handle anything other than loose-leaf material. Try to vape a concentrate or essential oil and you'll be spending the rest of your evening de-gooifying your equipment. Not so with Da Vinci's latest portable…
Portable vaporizers are a dime a dozen these days, but the idea of inhaling nicotine from a mystery mix of liquids and chemicals can be off-putting at best. With the Firefly in your hand, you'll know exactly what you're lighting up.
Nothing ruins a night out like getting caught smoking a blunt by event security. Sure you could just get stoned before you get to the club, like an adult, or you can just bring the inhaler-shaped Puffit in your pocket. No one will be the wiser. But man, at what a cost.
No one's going to argue that e-cigarettes aren't a marked improvement over their analog predecessors, but there's got to be a better way to get your fix than by inhaling aerosolized, nicotine-infused polypropylene glycol. The Ploom 2 is that better way.
Yeah, no, fumbling with a small wooden box and exposed electrical connections is real subtle. If you really want want to get high on the down low, you need to conceal your vaporizer as something that doesn't look like a vaporizer but also doesn't look like an IED. Something like an asthma inhaler, for instance.
You're finally starting to make it in the world. You've got a good job, a sweet pad and the best damn tabletop vape money can buy. So why are you still smoking out of that metal sneak-a-toke from high school whenever you're mobile? Instead, take a hit off the new VaporBLUNT Pinnacle.
The $670 Volcano has been the undisputed king of vaporizers for a long time. But it hasn't evolved much, and its ultra-high price hasn't come down much, either. Can the Arizer Extreme Q fill in for the Cadillac on a Chevy budget?
Not every vaporizer needs to run on batteries or electricity. In this instance, where there's vape, there's fire.
A lot of travel vaporizers look like something you whittled yourself (I'm looking at you, Launchbox). Thankfully, San Francisco-based Ploom has just released their newest mobile offering, the Pax. Simply put, I think I'm in love.