Utillian is a vaporizer company that specializes in producing high-quality vaporizers for dry herbs and concentrates. The company was founded in 2014 and has quickly established itself as a top brand in the vaping industry. Utillian vaporizers are known for their affordable price points, excellent vapor quality, and ease of use. One of the key features of Utillian vaporizers is their sleek and compact design. Utillian vaporizers are small and portable, making them easy to carry around and use on the go. They are made from high-quality materials such as stainless steel, ceramic, and glass, ensuring durability and longevity.

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Utiallian 5 V3



Utillian 5 Review

Utillian remains consistent with their designs and innovations as they release new vaporizers such as the Utillian 620 (Review) and the new Utillian 722 (Review) that performs well for their price. They continue to improve and use the latest technology available to make vaporizers that have the balance of quality and affordability.

Utillian introduced themselves in the wax concentrates by creating their first wax pen, Utillian 5. It’s a mid-tier vaporizer that matches its durability with performance. It features a straightforward single button interface, two interchangeable coils, and adjustable airflow that’s primarily built for one reason—massive cloud production.
Since its initial release, the Utillian 5 has been updated and refreshed thrice, the current version; the V3 – features a sleekly designed black ceramic mouthpiece with an integrated splash guard and dab tool. The battery has also been boosted to a whopping 1500mAh – which will last most users roughly a week.

Design & Features

The 5 is a standard-looking vape pen that has a single power button, a mouthpiece on top, and a USB port on the side of the device. It has a solid and rugged design and is a bit bigger than most wax pens around. But still, it’s portable enough to carry around and put into your pocket. The exterior of the device is made from stainless steel with a matte finish- available in varied metallic colors. The addition of the black ceramic mouthpiece makes the entire device seem more minimal and sleek.

Adjustable Airflow

Utillian 5

The Utillian 5 features an adjustable airflow located underneath the mouthpiece that allows control of the draw resistance. Increasing the airflow will cause air to pass through the oven resulting in cooler, less dense vapor. While decreasing the airflow will produce bigger clouds and tastier vapor. It’s a pretty nice additional feature for a wax pen within its price range.

Interchangeable Coils

Utillian 5 Performance

The interchangeable coils are a standout feature of this vaporizer. It’s one of the key factors to affect its performance. There are two coils that you can choose from:

  • Twisted Kanthal Coil: This versatile coil has a 4mm surface area for both large and smaller loads.
  • Triple Titanium Coil: Best suited for heavy hitters and larger loads of up to 0.3g of material.

Both coils have black ceramic rods instead of quartz, which is a pretty common coil type for extract vaporizers. The black ceramic rod allows the wax to soak and not to slip into the bottom of the oven, resulting in efficient vapor production. 

How To Use

The 5 is a straightforward device with a simple one-button interface. It does not have precise temperature controls but it has 4 voltage settings: 2.2V, 2.4V, 2.6V, and 2.8V. 

  1. Remove the mouthpiece.
  2. To change the coil, twist the coil to remove and replace it with your selected coil.
  3. Press down on the mouthpiece to expose the integrated dab tool
  4. Load your material directly on the coils and then replace the mouthpiece.
  5. Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  6. Select one of the preset voltage settings by pressing the power button twice.
  7. Twist the airflow ring to adjust the draw resistance.
  8. Hold the power button to begin the heating process.
  9. Inhale from the mouthpiece once heating is complete.

Cleaning and Maintenance: I recommend cleaning the vaporizer regularly because the wax is a little stickier and harder to clean than dry herbs. The mouthpiece, chamber, and atomizer can be easily removed and cleaned with pre-soaked alcohol wipes.

Performance & Vapor Quality

Vapor Quality

Utillian 5 Design

No matter which atomizer you choose from, you’ll be getting intense vapor and big clouds. If you still want some flavor, you should use the Kanthal coil because you’ll get some flavor as long as you choose one of the two lower settings. Now, if you like big clouds that hit hard, then the triple titanium coil is for you. This coil delivered some of the biggest, harshest vapor I’ve experienced in a while. 

Battery Performance

The Utillian 5 uses a 1500 mAh battery which is a lot more compared to its contemporaries like Puffco Plus (Review) or Dr Dabber Stella (Review). Normally, 900 mAh is pushing the upper reaches of vape pen batteries, but the 5 surges past those limits. The 1500mAh battery will last most casual users about a week before needing a recharge and it charges via the included micro-USB cable and takes about an hour and a half to fill up from 0.

Bottom Line

The 5 might not be much of a looker, but it certainly functions well. It can give you the strong and fog-like vapor that you won’t usually experience in inexpensive vape pens but is a bit overwhelming for beginners. This is recommended for vapers who prefer big clouds over flavor. However, if you prioritize flavor and prefer your experience milder, I suggest that you go for a slow-burn vaporizer like the KandyPens Crystal (Review).

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MSRP $89

Utillian 722



Utillian is a popular Canadian manufacturer that makes vapes in the mid-price-range, which typically perform well and provide excellent value to the price. This new Utillian 722 is their flagship portable dry herb vape, and it has a few upgrades over the prev gen 721, such as better airflow and a higher max temp. 

The U722 is a simple-use Convection vaporizer with four preset temperature levels (+Boost mode). It is also compatible with Wax & Extracts using the included oven insert. It retails for $149 from Vape-Smart, and coupon code TVG10 will save you 10%. 


Utillian 722 review

The Utillian 722 uses a familiar design inspired by the Crafty+ (Review). It is a square design, where the bottom of the vape is the battery & airpath, and the oven sits on top, covered by the mouthpiece (magnetic in this case.) 

The exterior shell is made from anodized aluminum with a rubber coating, which I assume helps isolate and contain the heat. It also has a nice to touch non-slip feel to it. At the bottom, there is the Micro USB charging port and the air-intake hole.

Magnetic Mouthpiece

The mouthpiece sits on top of the device, and unlike the Crafty+, which uses a twist-open design, the U722 uses magnets to firmly hold it in place. It opens easily to expose the Stainless steel chamber. The mouthpiece part has a “straw” like an extension that can be folded away when not in use. Once again, this design has proven to work well with the previous generation (Utillian 721), as well as many other vapes (such as the XVape Starry. It cools down the vapor as it travels inside the mouthpiece. 

Stainless Steel Chamber

The Chamber is made from stainless steel and has a capacity of around 0.3gr. The vape uses Convection heating, which has been improved from the prev version (721.) With convection heating, the heat is generated outside the oven (underneath in this case) and is then pulled into the oven with each draw. This heating method usually preserves the natural flavors of the herb and produce high-quality vapor. 

The Utillians airpath is isolated from the battery and electronic components, once again as an attempt to keep the flavor as pure as possible.  

How to use

The Utillian 722 has a one-button interface which is simple and straight forward. While it lacks precise temperature controls, it has 4 well-calibrated temp settings of (356°F, 374°F, 392°F, 410°F).

To use the Utillian 722:

  • Load with dry herb or wax (using the included insert). Keep the herb fluffy and do not pack too tight. Make sure that air can travel through the crushed buds.
  • Tap the button 5 times to turn on and the vape will start heating up. The LED will start blinking.
  • 2 Taps on the button will toggle temps
  • Once the LED is solid, the vape is ready to use. Inhale slowly through the mouthpiece.

Boost mode: Holding the power button for more than a couple of seconds will heat up the oven to its max temp of 437°F. This is a good way to finish off sessions or use with extracts.

Tip: while the 722 is compatible with both herb and wax, I recommend not using wax with your main dry herb vape. Wax tends to get things dirty and stick, which will increase maintenance and reduce longevity. I recommend buying a separate vape pen and for dabs and using this vape exclusively with dry herbs. 

Heat-up time was around 40-60 seconds, depending on the temp settings.

Utillian 722 vs. Crafty+

Similarities: design, size, oven capacity.

Differences: design, price, heating method, temp levels, No haptic feedback.

Performance & Vapor Quality

When it comes to vapor quality, the Utillian shines bright. The vapor is pure and flavorful, especially compared to similar vapes in the price range. Convection vaporizers are typically a lot more expensive (Example- Firefly 2 is almost double the price), and the U722 gives it a fair fight when it comes to vapor quality. 

The 722 produced thick, easily visible vapor, especially on the high settings. The second and third settings of around 390F were the sweet spot between flavor and vapor production, and that’s where I spent most of my time. 

In terms of efficiency, the Utillian 722 did a great job of fully extracting the herb. After each session, the herb was brown and crunchy, which is exactly what we want to see. I often used “boost mode” to finish off my sessions and extract every last bit of active ingredients from my herb.

Battery: 2300mAh, around 60 min usage. 

Bottom Line

The Utillian 722 is very successful in what it is trying to achieve- a simple use vape with great vapor quality and a very fair price tag. It may not have all the bells and whistles, such as a smartphone app or precise temperature controls, but it does have the most crucial element, which is the vapor quality.

It surely seems that Utillian has steeped up their manufacturing quality, as we saw with the recent release of the Utillian 620 (Review) and this current 722. Utillian are known to provide great value with their vapes, and the 722 is no different.

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MSRP $169

Utillian 620



The Utillian 620 is a dry herb vaporizer that features a similar design to the POTV One (Review) or the Fury Edge (Review). While the design is similar, the Utillian uses new technology such as Helix heating, black glass mouthpiece, and haptic feedback. 

Design & Features

The Utillian 620 features an aluminum body, that has three buttons and an LED display. The magnetic mouthpiece slides out to reveal the aluminum heating chamber. 

The Utillian feels very well made and is small enough to fit in any pocket or purse. Is has a glass mouthpiece with a “cooling chamber” that cools down the vapor before it’s inhaled. 

Helix heating

The Utillian introduced a new convection heating element, that’s supposed to increase the heat intensity in the oven. The air runs through a spiral-shaped metal piece before it gets to the oven, and that creates a more even heat distribution.

The Helix element can be pushed out using a tool that’s magnetically tucked at the button of the vape. This is a great feature that allows for easier cleaning of the vapor path.

Convection heating means that the heating element does not come in contact with the herbs in the “oven.” The heat is generated outside the oven and then pulled in with each draw. This results in very pure and flavorful vapor. 

  • Temperature Range– 320 – 428°F (160 – 220°C).
  • Oven Capacity– 0.1-0.2 grams.
  • Heat up time– 45 Seconds

How To use Utillian 620

The Utillian 620 has a very simple and straightforward to operate.

  1. Pack the oven with dry herb
  2. Click the power button five times to turn the unit on
  3. Select a temp with the up and down keys
  4. The Utillain will take around 45 seconds to heat up, and will vibrate to let you know that it reached the selected temp.

Performance & Vapor Quality

I got the best vapor quality around 390°F and bumped towards 400-410 towards the end of sessions. The vapor quality was surprisingly good for a budget vape. The Utillian produced rich and aromatic vape lots of visible clouds.

Judging by the ABV (already vapes bud), the convection heating system of the Utillian is very efficient. For the most part, the herb was evenly vaped and fully extracted. You can also use the built-in stir tool that’s tucked at the button to stir the herb once while you vape if you really want maximal extraction.

Utillian features a huge 2300mAh battery that lasts around 45-50 minutes on each charge. 

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MSRP $144

Utillian 2



Utillian 2 wax vaporizer review

Utillian typically makes dry herbs vaporizers that are appealing for experienced vapers. A few examples are the Utillian 722 (Review) and the Utillian 620 (Review) which provide great value and perform outstandingly for the price. And earlier this year, they introduced themselves in the industry of wax concentrates.

Utillian 5 (Review) is their first wax pen that is big and bulky. It has triple coils and high oven capacity that can produce massive and harsh clouds. Utillian 2, on the other hand, is a smaller and cheaper version of the 5. It has 4 temp settings, a one-button interface, and a slim and stealthy body that produce milder vapor than the 5.

Design & Features

Utillian 2 wax pen

U2 has a similar design like most of the vape pens within its price range. It has a brushed shell with a matte finish that feels kind of heavy and looks durable. I assume that it’s made from the same materials as its older brother, Utillian 5. Compared to the 5 that has a bulky and solid build, U2 has a slim and thin body that is easier to fit in the palm of your hand or a pocket/purse.

U2 is made from three major parts:

Battery: It has a 650 mAh pen-style battery that can probably last a whole day if you’re a moderate vaper. You can charge the device by attaching the USB charger to the battery which I find kind of more difficult than using a micro-USB cable that connects directly to the battery. So, just make sure you fully charged the device before going out.

Coil: It has a Dual Quartz Coil that produces vapors that have a balance of flavor and vapor density that is suitable for beginners. The oven is small yet enough to make you ‘high’ even when using just a tiny dab. However, some vapers may find it difficult to load the dab since they’ll need to put it onto the narrow strips of coils to heat up properly.

Utillian 2 dab vaporizer

Mouthpiece: The mouthpiece has a simple design with a housing with a “straw-like” glass mouth which seems to be an odd-looking design. I’m not sure why Utillian decided to make the mouthpiece as two units instead of one. Maybe they wanted to give users the option to change only the glass mouth tip if it breaks since it’s fragile.

The parts are held together magnetically and not with a 510 thread. This means that they are not compatible with 510 carts or other accessories. The battery, coil, and the mouthpiece are compatible exclusively with one another.

What is 510 thread? 

If you’re vaping THC or CBD for a long time, you probably used a 510 thread battery for carts. 510 thread is the threading that connects the THC or CBD cartridge and the battery. It has 10 screw threads and the cartridge is generally five millimeters in length. 

It’s originally found from the early version of vape pens so that vapers can use a wide range of cartridges to enjoy their oil or concentrates. The KandyPens Special K (Review) and the Dr Dabber CBD (Review) are a couple of vape pens I’ve recently tested that performed outstandingly. So if you’re looking for a vape pen for your 510 carts, you can never go wrong with these two.

How To Use

Utillian 2 wax vaporizer

The Utillian 2 is an easy-to-use dab pen. It has a single button that can be used to turn on/off the device and cycle through its voltage settings. You can use it by:

  1. Remove the mouthpiece.
  2. Dab your wax onto the coils and then replace the mouthpiece.
  3. Turn on the device by pressing the power button five times.
  4. To select one of the preset voltage settings, press the power button twice.
  5. Hold the power button to start the heating process.
  6. Inhale from the mouthpiece once heating is complete.

Voltage Settings: 3.0V (Green) | 3.4V (Blue) | 3.8V (Purple) | 4.2 (Red)

Performance & Vapor Quality

Utillian 2 coil

I’ve been using the Utillian for over a week now and it functions well for its price point. The coil is quite small but good enough for a solo session. It heats up pretty quick at about 10 seconds and the device stays cool all the time.

The vapor quality is surprisingly good compared to some dab pens in the same category. The concentrates were extracted efficiently, and the glass mouthpiece keeps the vapor clean and aromatic. I get the best flavor on the 2 lower voltage settings and it produces decent clouds on higher settings.

The U2 is a recommended choice for vapers who don’t mind the vapor density as long as the flavor is there. If you want better options and willing to spend more for premium vapor quality and overall performance, I suggest you look into Dr Dabber Stella (Review) or Puffco Plus (Review).

What could have been better?

Utillian 2 mouth tip

As I mentioned above, the mouthpiece here is flawed. It’s made from two separate pieces instead of one, and the glass straw is a little loose and wobbly. Maybe an extra glass straw included in the kit could solve the problem but it could have been better if it’s one solid part—which would have been a simpler and more functioning design.

Another thing is that the coil and the battery aren’t connected by a 510 thread. This is not a good thing especially if the coil needs a replacement. You’ll have a hard time ordering directly from the manufacturer instead of finding a replacement at your local vape shop.

Bottom Line

Utillian 2 dab pen

Overall, U2 looks good, performs well, and comes at an affordable price. If you’re an experienced vaper that demands high power and likes strong and aggressive hits, this one is not for you. Utillian 5 (Review) would work much better for your needs. But if you’re a beginner that is looking for a simple-to-use dab pen that produces mild and soft vapors, the 2 is a great option.

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MSRP $49