Yocan is a vaporizer company that produces affordable and reliable vaporizers for both dry herbs and concentrates. Their products are known for their discreet and portable designs, advanced heating technology, and excellent vapor quality. Yocan vaporizers are made from durable materials and feature user-friendly interfaces. With models like the Evolve and Regen, Yocan offers a range of vaporizers designed to cater to different vaping needs. The company also offers a six-month warranty and responsive customer support.

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Yocan Hit



Yocan (visit here) is a manufacturer from Shenzhen, China that provides quality and innovation in their vaporizers. They are known for making concentrate vaporizers like Regen (Review) and Explore (Review), and the Hit is an unusual release for them as it is a dry herb vaporizer aimed at beginners. 

The Hit is an inexpensive vaporizer with a pen-like design and precise temperature control. It has a powerful 1400 mAh battery and has a convection heating method that out-performs some of the comparable vaporizers within its price range.

Design & Features

Most weed vapes are box-shaped but the Hit has a slimmer body that is more compact and less bulky. It’s made out of aluminum and has a metallic blue coating that leaves a nice glossy finish in it. At four inches tall with a cylindrical-shaped body, it’s portable and perfect for discreet vaping. 

There’s a big OLED screen located in the middle of the device which gives all necessary information such as temperature and battery level. On the side of the device, the airways are located and beneath it is the temperature dial. The Hit is a simple and straightforward device but it also has some nice features:

  • Precise Temperature Control: You can set your temperature in single-degree increments from 200°F to 480°F and this is a feature that’s worth commending from a vaporizer within its price range. 
  • Haptic Feedback: Unlike from comparable vaporizers such as Atomic-9 (Review), the Hit vibrates when the heating process is done.
  • Dual-Session Mode: You can switch between 3-minutes or 5-minutes session time that give you different experiences where the three-minute session is a little more intense while the five-minute session is a little bit more chill and relaxed.

Integrated-Stirring Tool

Yocan Hit Design and Features

The Hit features a mouthpiece with a built-in stirring tool which some vapers might find useful. You can stir the herb in-between sessions to make sure the herbs are evenly burned to deliver more potent vapor. However, the Hit is a convection-type vaporizer, you won’t be using it as much as you would on other types of vapes—still, it’s a pretty nice additional feature.


The mouthpiece is magnetically connected to the battery which you can easily remove to load or stir the herbs. It has the same flaw as other small vaporizers- the heat has nowhere to dissipate and stays locked in the unit. This makes it hot to hold and the vapor might become harsh on the higher temp settings.

Heating Chamber

The Hit uses a convection heating method and has a ceramic oven that allows the herbs to be vaporized without being “burned.” It has air-intake holes and a screen at the bottom of the oven that’s easy to clean, fill, or even empty. Also, it has a smooth surface on top and you can easily put herbs into the oven.

How To Use

Yocan Hit How to Use
Since the mouthpiece is magnetically connected, the Hit is easy to load. Also, the convection heating means that the chamber is easy to clean.

The hit is a straightforward device- it has a power button in the middle and temp dials on the side. You can precisely set your temperature in single-degree increments from 200°F to 480°F.

  1. Remove the mouthpiece.
  2. Load the chamber with herbs, and then replace the mouthpiece.
  3. Rapidly press the power button five times to turn on the device. 
  4. Use the up and down buttons to select the temperature.
  5. To switch between sesh, hold the power button and temperature dial at the same time.
  6. Hold the power button for 2 seconds to start heating.
  7. Once the device has finished heating, press the power button while inhaling from the mouthpiece.

Cleaning & Maintenance: Since the Hit is a convection vaporizer, cleaning it is very easy. You just need to empty out the chamber after a session and then use the cleaning brush to get rid of any residue that is left over.

Performance & Vapor Quality


Yocan did a good job of making the Hit a functional vaporizer for beginners. The airflow is great- you can inhale the vapor whichever draw technique you want. Also, after every session, the herbs were brown and crispy which is a clear sign that the herbs are thoroughly vaped. 

However, there’s a flaw on this device—its size. Since it’s small, the Hit gets warmer after being on for a while. It has a maximum temperature of 480°F that’s high enough for the herbs (or even the device) to combust so I suggest you don’t go beyond 420°F to prevent it from happening.

Vapor Quality

Yocan Hit Performance and Vapor Quality
The vapor quality of the Hit is pretty good, plus the device allows you to choose between three and five minute sessions for different vaping experiences.

The vapor produced by the Hit is quite tasty and much better than you would expect for a vape that costs under $100. You can probably guess that the convection heating and the integrated stir tool have a lot to do with that. With the ability to stir the herb while you’re vaping, you can maximize the flavor during each session by making sure that every single piece of herb gets fully vaped. 

Battery Performance

The Hit is packed with a 1400 mAh battery that can last for about a few hours of moderate vaping. It’s quite big for a vaporizer within its price range such as AirVape Xs Go (Review) and G-Pen Dash (Review). This may be the one area where you’ll see the inexpensive nature of this device since more expensive weed vaporizers tend to have larger batteries. At least, it uses a USB-C charger instead of Micro USB so recharge times are pretty quick.

Bottom Line

For an inexpensive vaporizer, it does stand out in a crowded market, however, If I were to compare the Hit to mid-tier dry herb vaporizers like Utillian 620 (Review) or K-Vape Pro (Review), it won’t stand a chance. Yes, it performs well, easy-to-use, and portable but if you’re an experienced vaper and looking for a replacement for your worn-out vaporizer, I suggest you go buy something higher. Nevertheless, this vaporizer is good for beginners who like the idea of having a pen-like dry herb vaporizer.

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Yocan Rex



Yocan (visit store) is probably one of the busiest vaporizer manufacturers out there. Their line-up of products is stocked to the brim with nearly everything any user needs – regardless of the type or class of vaping that you’re into. They’re the creators of box mods such as the Yocan UNI (review) and eNails like the Torch (review). 

The Yocan Rex is a portable e-Nail designed to work with any water pipe. Much like all of Yocan’s devices, it’s pretty easy to use – with a single button to control any of its three pre-set temperatures and to turn the device on or off. It also has Yocan’s signature Quartz coils and tiered connector that’s made to fit any glass water pipe. The entire device is made from stainless steel and also features a LED light indicator, adjustable airflow valve, and a 1400mAh battery that charges via USB-C.

Kit and Accessories

Yocan is a pretty no-fuss and frills brand. Each device they make comes with a relatively standard kit, and the Rex is no different. The entire kit consists simply of:

  • Yocan Rex Device
  • Extra Quartz Coil
  • Dab tool
  • Silicone Cover
  • USB-C Charging Cable

Compatibility: The Yocan Rex is compatible with wax concentrate and almost any rig available. I used it with CBD dab from Steve’s Goods and from In-Hemp and a rig from Higher Standards.

Design and Features

The Rex is pretty straightforward – it’s a cylindrical pen-style device that’s definitely portable at only 4 inches tall. It’s able to fit in any pocket or small purse. The entire device body is constructed with stainless steel and the battery has a satin-like finish. I definitely prefer this over the powder-finish on other Yocan devices – which for some reason cheapened the look of the vape.

The Rex is somewhat divided into three main pieces. The battery, coil, and the water pipe adapter.

Battery: The battery accounts for 70% of the entire device and located at the top of the battery is the power/firing button with an LED ring around which indicates the current device temperature. The airflow valve is at the end and can be adjusted via a small notch.

The battery has a capacity of 1400mAh which is good for an hour and forty minutes or 100 minutes of use and charges via USB-C. Definitely a big upgrade over the usual Micro-USB, USB-C is more stable and delivers power a lot faster than that dated cable. The port is located a little below the battery.

Quartz Coil: The outside of the quartz coil is lined with a silicone, honeycomb grip which does a pretty good job of keeping the heat at bay while you’re using the Yocan Rex.

Water-pipe connector: The tiered water-pipe connector is something I’ve already seen on the Yocan Torch and it’s designed to fit 14mm and 18mm ground joints. You can also use the bottom connecting piece as either a male or female adapter. It also comes with a silicone cover to keep the connector free from dust and dirt when not in use.

Ease Of Use

Using the Yocan Rex is pretty easy – it features a single-click start and stops. A short press of the button turns it on and is indicated by a flashing white light. To cycle through the pre-sets, simply press the same button 3x fast.

Performance and Vapor Quality

As mentioned earlier, the Yocan Rex features three pre-set temperatures as indicated by the LED ring around the button – White: 3.2V, Blue: 3.7V, and Green: 4.2V.

Vapor Quality: The Quartz Triple Coil is something Yocan puts in all their concentrate devices and performs just the same on the Yocan Rex. The temperatures on the Rex aren’t exactly very hot, it’s definitely less hot than burning your concentrate- but these low temperatures actually produce some very good vapor that’s rich in flavor.

The vapor quality though is greatly aided by the water that’s in your pipe. Filtering vapor through water rids it of impurities and cools it down even further. So even if you blast the Rex onto its highest temperature, you might get just a little less flavor, but still the coolest vapor.

Adjustable Airflow: The small valve at the base of the battery allows you to control the draw resistance in the device. Slide the notch to close the valve for a fuller hit, and do the opposite for lighter vapor.

Bottom Line

The Yocan Rex is priced at $50 and definitely does a great job of replacing the old-fashioned torch set-up. It’s got all the features you’d need for a great session and to get good draws out of your concentrates. Its easy and simple operation takes a lot out of the process and makes sessions a breeze.

Although its portability is somewhat of an oxymoron – at only 4 inches tall, it’s definitely something you can take anywhere- provided that wherever you’re headed, there’s a water pipe waiting for you. If you’re looking for a more all-in-one device, definitely check out the Linx Apollo (review) or the Puffco Peak Pro (review). Both of which have their own built-in water bubblers. There are also more devices worth checking out on our Best E-Nails List

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MSRP $49.99

Yocan Orbit



Yocan’s strength as a brand lies in numbers and its price point. they’re never in short supply of new products and are constantly updating their older models – all while staying within the low to mid-range price range. They’re the makers of concentrate vaporizers like Regen (review), Explore (review), and the Armor (review) vape pen, and the Yocan Hit (review) dry herb vaporizer.

Now, their latest release; the Yocan Orbit (buy) is priced at $60.00 and is a sleekly designed wax pen with a see-through quartz bowl and mouthpiece, with quartz balls that spin as you draw. It also features a stainless-steel body, 3 pre-set settings, a 1700 mAh battery, and USB-C charging.

Features Snapshot

  • Kit with a full suite of necessary tools and spares
  • Pen Style Design
  • Single Button Operation and LED Light
  • Glass Mouthpiece
  • Replaceable 1700 mAh Battery and USB-C Charging
  • Visible Coil-less Quartz Bowl and Terp Balls

Kit with Tools and Spares

Yocan devices always come in the same padded, hefty box – and the Orbit is no different. What’s unusual (but a good thing) is that the Orbit actually comes with more tools and spares than usual. There are 10 quartz balls (on top of the 2 that come inside the device), 2 pick tools, and more.

Here’s what’s in the Yocan Orbit Kit:

  • Yocan Orbit
  • 2 Pick Tools
  • USB-C Cable
  • Lanyard and Hanging Ring
  • 4 Extra Seal Rings
  • 5 Extra Quartz Balls

Pen-style Design

The Yocan Orbit’s main body is constructed out of stainless steel and comes in a shiny finish. The Yocan Orbit’s shape doesn’t stray far from the usual wax pen design. It’s a thick pen-style device with all its main components up top; the mouthpiece, bowl, and button. While the battery takes up the entire bottom half.

What gives the Orbit its visual appeal is the well-shaped glass mouthpiece and quartz bowl. You can actually see the bowl heat up, your wax melt, and the terp pearls spinning as you draw.

Single Button Operation and LED Light

The Yocan Orbit has a simple single-button operation. 5 clicks to turn the device and pre-heating on, 2 to cycle through the 3 voltages, and 5 clicks to turn it off. This is the same interface on nearly all of Yocan’s wax pens – intuitive and straightforward.

Around the firing button is a LED ring that indicates the current device status and which of the 3 variable voltages you’re on.

The Voltages are:

  • 3.4V (White)
  • 3.7V (Blue)
  • 4.0V (Green)

Glass Mouthpiece and Vertex Airflow System

A glass mouthpiece is probably one of the best features you’ll find on a vaporizer- regardless of whether it’s a dry herb vaporizer or a concentrate device. Glass is a neutral material that keeps vapor pure a
nd untainted by foreign materials – delivering full, flavorful results.

On the Regen, the mouthpiece is somewhat bell-shaped, covers the deep quartz bowl, and is fixed in place by two rubber seal rings. The tapered end of the mouthpiece is comfortable and I’ve found that it does a great job of staying relatively cool- even after successive sessions.

The shape of both the mouthpiece and bowl makes it possible for the small spinning fan to work within it. This makes it possible for the balls to spin, and also cools down the vapor.

1700 mAh Battery and USB-C Charging

The Yocan Orbit is powered by a 1700mAh battery which should last most average users the entire day or 10-12 sessions. Just in case you do need more juice, the battery is pretty easy to swap out for a new one.

It also charges in-device, in 60 minutes via USB-C. It’s pretty cool to see all the new releases adapting to the times and using USB-C. The former micro-USB was pretty slow, and would’ve probably charged this device in double the time.

Quartz Terpene Balls

Terp Balls aren’t a really new thing – but finding them already in a wax vaporizer is. They’re small glass balls that spin within the heating element and absorb the same heat. The hot spinning balls then agitate the dab and help it heat evenly and more effectively. At first, I definitely thought the balls were a gimmick, but they definitely do help wax vaporize better. It’s also quite cool to be able to see them spin within the device.

A word of caution, however, the mouthpiece seal rings do a pretty good job of keeping the mouthpiece in place and require a bit of force to remove. If you simply pull the mouthpiece up, the terp balls will come flying out. So it’s best to slowly twist the mouthpiece off of the device. This is probably the reason why the kit comes with so many spares.

Visible, Coil-less Quartz Bowl

The coil-less design on the device is so that the quartz terpene balls could spin within it and evenly spread material throughout the coil. Quartz has always been known for delivering dense, heavy-hitting vapor – and it does just that on the Orbit. Although, on the lowest setting the vapor was definitely more flavorful and just dense enough. In the middle setting, it was a lot less flavorful and had a slightly burnt taste. So you can definitely imagine what the highest setting is like.

The Orbit doesn’t have a temperature-regulating chip like the Micro+ (review) or other pens, so it remains hot for as long as you’re pressing the button – making it prone to over-heating. All this said the best (and safest) setting on the Orbit is definitely the lowest one. 

Bottom Line

The Yocan Orbit takes us back to the basics of wax pens and is definitely a no-fuss, no-frills device. It’s simple enough to use but is better without the pearls within the heating element. The pearls tend to become sticky after some time and are just another thing to clean and keep track of. 

So our pro-tip? Take out the pearls and just visually check if your material has been consumed or not.  It’s not too often that we see how the wax vaporizes within the device – and on the Orbit, it’s as clear as day. If you’re still on the market and want to check out more devices, definitely check out our list of the best wax pens of 2022.

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MSRP $54

Yocan Lux



There might just be no brand with a line-up as extensive as Yocan. With multiple devices in each form of vaporizing, Yocan is quickly becoming the go-brand for anyone looking for their first or supplementary, budget-friendly devices. They’ve made great headway with concentrate vaporizers like Regen (review), and the Armor (review) vape pen, and the Yocan Hit (review) dry herb vaporizer.

The Yocan Lux (visit store) is a budget-friendly 510 threaded, pen-style vape battery. The Lux features a zinc alloy body, an integrated 400mAh battery, variable voltage, and a 15-second pre-heating function. According to Yocan, its an update on the Yocan B-Smart, and similarly, on the outset it looks like a pretty simple battery – in true Yocan fashion, it’s definitely got a few functional surprises.

Compatibility: The Lux is designed to work with 510-threaded THC/CBD cartridges, we used the Delta 8 Cart from Industrial Hemp Farms for this review. Get your CBD cart at 10% off with our code: TVG10

Design and Features

As mentioned earlier, the Lux is a pen-style 510 battery, although it’s more on the chunky side. It’s definitely got some heft to it too, but it’s nowhere near heavy at all. Without a cartridge, the Lux measures 16.5mm in diameter and 76.5mm in height. The Lux also comes in 5 colors and has a pretty shiny, sleek finish.

Much like most 510 batteries, the Yocan Lux has a single button for both turning the device on/off and firing. But while most other devices utilize this same button for adjusting the current-voltage, the Lux has a unique silver dial at the top of the pen. Yocan’s website says that the reason for this placement is that oftentimes, having the dial below the device (as in the case of the B-Smart) led to misoperation especially in pockets or bags.

The voltages seem to be laser printed onto the dial and are pretty easy to read. You can opt to go from 1.8v to 4.2v simply by twisting the dial. There’s also a somewhat tactile click that’s felt while twisting – which is pretty cool since it means you don’t exactly have to look at the numbers to see where you’re at.

Performance and Vapor Quality

While it’s nice in theory to have multiple voltage settings, in practice, it’s a little moot.

That’s because a 400mAh battery capacity isn’t much – in fact, most devices with this battery capacity only have a single setting. Not having a lot of power means more often than not, the battery simply outputs the highest voltage the battery is capable of producing.

So, on the Lux – the best voltage to stick to is the highest one. The only reason to really go lower is to preserve the battery life. Otherwise, any cartridge you plug into is best served by the highest (4.2v) setting.

Pre-heat function: Pressing the button twice pre-heats the Lux at 1.8 for 15 seconds. It’s a pretty useful function, but only with cartridges that have silica or ceramic wicks. I wouldn’t recommend that you use that function with cotton wicks because they could get burnt.

Bottom Line

The Yocan Lux, at only $20, offers great value and isn’t at all complicated to use. It’s portable and discreet. But also, there isn’t a lot that’s special about it. It serves any vaper looking for a basic battery and is a great addition to any vaper’s arsenal especially at its price point- but if you’re looking for more options and larger battery life, take a look at our list of the year’s best 510 vape cart batteries.

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Yocan (visit store) has made a name for itself as the go-to brand for multi-faceted, easy-to-use devices. Users are definitely spoilt for choice with their lineup of products. On top of having a device seemingly made for everyone-  Yocan also has one of the most affordable price points on the market today.

Their concentrate devices range from the uniquely designed E-Nails like the Torch(review) and pen-style devices such as the Regen (review). The Yocan Loki is a button-activated Honey Straw with an XTAL tip, variable voltage, a 650mAh battery, USB-C charging, and a Zinc + Aluminum Alloy body. Much like all of Yocan’s products – one of its best features is its overall ease of use.

Kit and Accessories

Most Honey Straws come with pretty lean kits – and the Yocan Loki is no different. Fair enough, you also don’t really need much to get started.

The Yocan Loki’s kit comes with

  • Yocan Loki Device
  • Type-C Cable
  • Instruction Manual

Compatibility:  I used my device with StrawNana CBD dab and Pineapple Express CBD Shatter from Steve’s Goods.  (CBD is available to ship across all 50 states)

Design and Features

The Yocan Loki is a sleekly designed device with clean lines and an oblongated shape which flattens out on the sides. It’s topped with an also flat zinc alloy mouthpiece and has a single button with an LED indicator. The XTAL tip is in gold and is a nice little flair to a somewhat minimalist device.

The Loki is definitely portable – its 5.3 inches tall, an inch wide, and 0.5inches thin. Making it one of the most portable concentrate devices out there. Even when accompanied with storage like the CVault – there will still be a lot of space in your bag.

Two Use Modes

The Loki’s pre-set voltages are 3.2 volts, 3.7 volts, and 4.2 volts. Once you’ve picked a temperature, you can then opt to use any of the two use modes: on-demand and session mode.

  • On-demand mode: On-demand mode is simply holding the button to begin vaping. It’ll heat up for as long as you’re holding the firing button.
  • Session mode: Session mode keeps the coil heated so you can simply dip and go without having to hold the button.


The Yocan Loki has a 650mAh battery, which lasts roughly 40-50 puffs, depending on what temperature you’re on. When it does die out, it charges via USB-C, which delivers stable power and charges 20x faster than the dated micro-USB.

Performance and Vapor Quality

The Loki has an exposed coil, which means there’s a good number of loading options to pick from. You can either use a dip the device directly in the material or use the dab tool and have either a cold load or a hot load.

Like a good old dab, a hot load is definitely more potent, while a “cold” dab or loading and then heating the coils – results in more flavor and less vapor.


The XTAL tip’s main body is in gold-plated stainless steel, while the actual coil has a ceramic outer layer and a quartz inner portion. The XTAL coil is rather large, so it’ll consume a bit more material – I highly recommend using a dab tool during sessions.

Isolated Dual – Air Paths

The at the end of the coil is 5 air holes that lead up to the isolated dual air paths that line the entire side of the device. The air path is kept separate from the electronic parts – protecting you from any impurities and might cause health issues.

Vapor Quality: The airpath isn’t exactly the longest, but it’s enough to cool the vapor. On the lowest setting and a cold load – the vapor is definitely flavorful. If it’s a large dense vapor you’re after, do a hot load with the middle setting. The highest setting was simply too much and produced a pretty harsh, thick result.

Bottom Line

The Yocan Loki isn’t the most feature-filled of products, and it’s not designed to be. It – like all of Yocan’s devices – is simple, straightforward, and affordable. It works, it does the job – and it does it relatively well – especially considering its $40 price tag. It’s definitely a device I would recommend to start vaping concentrates with.

If you’d like to see a similar device, definitely check out the Boundless Terp Pen and Terp Pen XL (review) or something more powerful, like these premium vape pens.

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MSRP $39.99

Yocan Pillar



Some brands release a new vaporizer every couple of years, such as Pax or Puffco, and some brands release new products almost on a daily basis. One of the latter is the Chinese manufacturer Yocan. In this review, we’ll look at their latest portable mini-rig, the Yocan Pillar. 

The Pillar retails for around $100, which is way below most typical eRigs. I don’t even think that it is fair to call it a “Rig.” Maybe more like a “thick dab pen with a water filter on top.” But either way, let’s see if it’s any good. 

It is available from Vape-Smart with coupon code TVG10 for 10% off.


So the kit is pretty basic. It includes the body, the bubbler, and two coils. Yocan calls these TGT coils, which we’ll talk about shortly. There are also a charging cable and dab tool. 


So as I mentioned, the vape is shaped like a thick vape pen with two main components- the body and the bubbler. They connect to each other with a solid magnet, which is pretty neat.

The heating coil is under the bubbler, and there are two included in the kit. Yocan calls these TGT coils, but I’m not sure what it stands for.  

But here is what I can see- the center of the coil is raised, and it looks like that’s where the air is coming through. I can see little coil wires inside that piece in the center, so the whole thing gets hot and heats up the wax. 

One of the coils has a flat dish, it looks like it is made from Ceramic, but again, not sure. 

The other has four rods with coils. Yocan calls it “Quad Coil.”

Performance & vapor quality

As with any wax vape, the coils with rods will get hotter quicker and provide a more harsh experience. Some users like that, but I personally opt for the softer, more flavorful option, which is usually flat coils with no rods. So I’ll attach that, and fill water in the bubbler.

I’ll place some extract in the coil, and the bubbler on top, and then click it five times, and select a voltage level from the three presets. I’ll start with the lowest, and then click it twice to start heating up.

The vapor quality was pretty good, especially in the beginning of each session, but very quickly degraded as the coil got too hot, even on the lowest setting. 

What could have been better

Not surprisingly, vapes in the price range don’t have any type of “temperature regulation,” so the coil gets a steady supply of voltage that is consistent and doesn’t change. So it starts not so hot, but as the session goes on, the coil gets too hot and burns the wax. 

Another issue I have with this vape is- how do I clean this thing?! I usually mop my coil at the end of each session, but with these coils, that was impossible. Because these are not sealed bowls like the Peak Pro or even the Utillian 8 I just reviewed. These have narrow channels that are impossible to get to with a swab. So if you buy this vape, keep in mind that you may have to swap coils frequently. They are around $10 each, so it’s not super expensive, but still, it’s an extra cost that needs to be considered. And to be fair, all wax vapes need a change of coil at some point. It just seems that sealed bowls last a lot longer. 

Bottom line

So yea, should you buy it? Well, let’s put it like that- if you are a first-time user, have a super-tight budget, and the price is your biggest priority, then yes. It is decent for $100. 

But if you are looking for a long-lasting “daily driver,” I think you should consider investing a little more and get a better rig. For $200, you can get the Utillian 8, which is good value for the price, or if you want to splurge, the Peak Pro is around $400, but it will give you the best dab experience possible and will last years. 

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MSRP $119

Yocan Phaser Max



The Yocan Black MAX is an eRig that is compatible with wax/dab and retails for $160 (use coupon TVG for 10% off at vape-smart.) 

It was released together with three other dab vaporizers- the CelestialARC, and ACE, which I have separate reviews for.

Design & Features

The Yocan MAX has a small bubbler, and it uses the same TGT coils as the other Yocan Black Products. The shape is a lot more ergonomic than the Celestial eRig. 

The activation button is a trigger (that makes a lot of sense), and overall this vaporizer is very comfortable to hold and use. 

It has RGB lights below and a little OLED display with plus/minus buttons on the sides.

Temperature Control

Unlike the Celestial, which has three voltage levels, here there is temperature control between 400-750F. Mine came in with Celsius by default, to switch, click and hold the power and plus buttons together. 

Then you can also click the power and down buttons together to change the session length to anywhere between 15-60 seconds. 

Now, the screen shows the desired temperature, and then when I press the button, it is supposed to show the temperature in the coil. Is it accurate? I doubt it. Yet, it does feel like the device is making adjustments to the voltage sent to the coil to create some type of temperature regulation. This is preferable over, say, the Celestial, which just gives a constant voltage to the coil. This may cause overheating and burn the extract.  

Yocan MAX VS. Celestial

The same:

  • Same TGT coils
  • USB-C charging 
  • RGB lights
  • Price of around $150-160 (TVG10 for 10% at vape-smart)


  • The MAX is more ergonomic and better designed.
  • MAX has precise temp control vs. three presets
  • The bubbler on the MAX is smaller.
  • Max has better vapor quality. 

TGT coils

The MAX uses what Yocan calls a TGT coil which is a flat ceramic donut with a raised center. All three Yocan Black dab vapes use the same exact coils.

Here are the two biggest downsides of TGT coils-

Hard to clean: unlike “bowl-shaped” chambers with a smooth, easy-to-clean surface, these coils have small holes channels that are harder to mop at the end of each session. This means that over time residue builds up in these small holes, and the coil will have to be replaced. 

No “real temperature control”: Vaporizers at this price level just don’t keep a precise temp in the chamber, which means that the flavor is nowhere near as good as, say, the Puffco Peak Pro. The wax burns too fast, and the vapor is harsh. 

But the Peak Pro is $400 for the vape and $65 for replacement chambers. The TGT coils are around $10 each. So the devices are in different leagues when it comes to price (and performance), so it wouldn’t make sense to expect a similar vapor quality. 

Yet, regardless of the Peak Pro, I wish Yocan would have gone with a bowl-shaped coil instead of these TGTs. Like, even the coil they used for the Orbit vape pen is better than these, in my opinion. The TGT coils connect with a 510 thread, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they release a bowl-shaped coil in the future that is compatible with these units. 

Performance & Vapor Quality 

The vapor quality here was a lot better when compared to the Celestial, which is the main reason that this is the better choice between the two. It has better vapor, but also, easier usage with the display, and a much more comfortable grip. The units cost the same price, making the MAX an obvious favorite between the two Rigs. 

While it can’t compete with more advanced rigs such as the PEAK PRO, the vapor quality here is not bad considering the $160 price tag. 

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Yocan Evolve Plus XL



Evolve Plus XL

With a manufacturer as dynamic as Yocan (visit store), it’s no surprise that users are spoilt for choice with their lineup of products. On top of having a product seemingly made for everyone-  Yocan also has one of the most affordable price points on the market today. The Yocan Evolve Plus XL follows other concentrate vaporizers like the Regen (review) and the Armor (review).

True to its name as well- the Yocan Evolve Plus XL is the third evolution in their Evolve line. Each Evolve pen being bigger and better than the last, whilst still maintaining the signature columnar design that the devices are known for. Made for new and expert users who want dense vapor without too much fuss. The Evolve Plus XL features a medical-grade stainless steel body, a powerhouse quad quartz coil, a 1400mAH battery, and a practically foolproof user interface.

Compatibility: I used my device with StrawNana CBD dab and Pineapple Express CBD Shatter from Steve’s Goods.  (CBD is available to ship across all 50 states)

Kit and Accessories

Evolve Plus XL kit

As with all Yocan Products, the Evolve Plus XL comes with a pretty lean kit. Though lean, it’s definitely enough and all you need to get started.

  • Evolve Plus XL Device
  • Loading Tool
  • Two QUAD Quartz Elements
  • Lanyard
  • Removable Hanging Ring
  • Micro USB Charging Cable


Yocan Plus XL

As mentioned earlier, all the versions of the Evolve share a sleek columnar design that’s crafted out of Yocan’s signature material- medical grade stainless steel. At 115mm tall and 22mm wide, it’s not exactly handy, but it’s portable enough to carry around in a bag or a purse. It definitely feels solid in your hands, with most of the weight resting on the bottom half of the device where the battery is located.

One of the best things about this device is that it’s not complex at all, it’s simple and straightforward. A stark comparison to the many, more complicated designs out there. It also looks very similar to another Yocan product, the Yocan Loaded (review). The single firing button and the adjustable airflow are ergonomically placed so no user has to fiddle around looking for the controls.

Moving parts, in my humble opinion – are cool to start with, but eventually, contribute to the device’s wear and tear. The Evolve Plus XL has very minimal moving pieces- the only things that are constantly attached and reattached are the mouthpiece and the sneaky dual-chamber dab container at the bottom. These parts are fully secured by magnets to keep them from loosening or falling out.

Adjustable airflow

Yocan Evolve XL Airflow

Under the coils and above the battery is the small airflow control valve. For a device at only $60, this is definitely a good feature. Increasing the airflow will cause more air to pass through the coils resulting in cooler, lighter vapor – which is definitely good especially since the Evolve Plus XL has a monster quad coil.


The pre-installed quad coils do require a good amount of power and it’s a good thing this device has a 1400mAH battery – which is definitely enough power for over a day of use. Charging time, however, may run a little long at about 2 hours with the included micro-USB cable.


This device is as simple as it is powerful- the quad quartz coil is definitely a powerhouse and is the biggest feature of this device. This coil makes the resulting vapor incredibly dense and thick, but the added airflow control provides a certain level of flexibility. There’s also a generally larger surface area for you to load your material into and I highly recommend evenly spreading your wax around the coils for a fuller hit.

This advantage does come with a slight cost- loading the coils is definitely a bit more time-consuming and you’ll end up using more material than normal. To offset this, there’s no time wasted in setting temperatures with the single firing button- simply press and go. Flavor-wise, it’s above average- with the first hit being more flavorful than the next few, which ended up tasting slightly burnt.

Since the entire device is made with stainless steel- it’s expected that it’ll get warm when used in succession. However, considering the amount and density of vapor- any user is bound to put it down after a hit or two.

Bottom Line

Yocan Evolve XL  body

Streamlined, with absolutely no learning curve- the Yocan Evolve Plus XL is made for beginners who also happen to be heavy users. The added concentrate jar (which holds about 1g of material) definitely comes into play here – since you’ll need a good amount to use this device.

The powerful quad quartz coils pack a punch and deliver an unmatched amount of vapor. However, I simply wish there was more flexibility in terms of temperature or even the option to switch to a dual coil. If you’re after the same sort of control, I highly suggest looking at the Yocan Loaded.  

See how the Evolve Plus XL compares to best dab/wax vape pens of this year.

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Yocan Magneto


Design and Features

Yocan Magneto Design
The Magneto uses magnetic connections, which make assembly very easy.

General Design:  The Magneto is not the most stylish wax vape around but the steel casing that’s exposed at the bottom, middle, and mouthpiece give it a distinctive look. Of course, looks aren’t everything and the Magneto has some nice practical attributes which prove that point. 

There is a dab tool built right into the mouthpiece section that makes loading a lot easier. It also means that there is one less accessory to carry around with you, or that you need to worry about losing. You also don’t need to worry about taking a storage container for your wax with you because there is one built into the base of the Magneto. 

All the pieces—except for the 510 threaded atomizer—use magnetic connections, so putting the Magneto together is fast and easy. 

Portability: The Magneto is a pretty bulky vape pen with a much thicker girth than most other examples in this category. This doesn’t inhibit portability since it’s an otherwise petit four inches in height. It will still fit in your pocket, but you won’t forget that it’s there like you would with a skinnier pen. 

It feels good when you hold it too, in fact, it feels a little better than slimmer vape pens since you can get a better grip on it.

Cleaning and Maintenance

The odd shape of the built in dab tool means that it is hard to clean and needs cleaning frequently, which is not a great combination. It’s too small to use a swab or q-tip to clean it, so you need to immerse it in isopropyl alcohol for a few hours to get it clean. You should then rinse it out in warm water afterwards, and you need to do this after nearly every session.

The ceramic coil of the Magneto is cleaned using a q-tip that’s been dipped in isopropyl alcohol. Wipe down the coil and the inside of the heating chamber to get rid of any excess residue.

How to Use

  1. Remove the mouthpiece from the rest of the battery.
  2. Remove the magnetic cap from the ceramic atomizer.
  3. Dip the dab tool of the cap into your wax and then reattach it to the atomizer.
  4. Replace the mouthpiece and press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  5. Hold down the power button while inhaling from the mouthpiece.

Voltage Setting: The Magneto has a single voltage setting, but its exact number is unknown, since Yocan does not release that information.

Performance and Vapor Quality

Yocan Magneto Performance
The built-in dab tool is hard to clean and has an overall detrimental effect on the vapor quality of the Magneto.

Vape Pen Performance: The Magneto only has a single power setting, so it is pretty easy to use for beginners. More experienced vapers who want some temperature regulation will be disappointed though. The only thing you can do is press and release the power button intermittently if you want to keep the temperature somewhere below the maximum. The Magneto can reach a pretty high temperature—and does so pretty quickly—but I can’t tell you what it is since Yocan doesn’t tell you.

The dab tool in the atomizer cover is a nice idea in theory, but in practice it has some problems. It’s shaped like a bell and the wax goes into its mouth when you dip it in your supply. It’s good at holding the wax, but not so good at releasing it. What this means is that you need to hold the Magneto vertically to make sure that the wax drips down onto the atomizer. Even then, some of the wax might be left in the mouth of the dab tool and not vaporize properly. 

At least you won’t be wasting too much of your wax since the Magneto is better with small loads than large ones. You’re better off using a normal dab tool and placing your wax directly onto the atomizer.

Vapor Quality: The vapor quality isn’t the best. Most likely because of the single temperature setting, the configuration of the dab tool, the atomizer, or a combination of all those factors. Aside from the relatively average quality of the vapor, the airflow is good at first, but can get clogged really quickly. 

Battery Performance: The battery has an 1100 mAh capacity, which means that you can have a few days of moderate vaping before it needs to be recharged.

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Yocan Flame



Yocan Flame Coil and Titanium Rod

With produes that seemingly serve each class in the vaporizer market – Yocan is a manufacturer that is never in short supply of new products. Creating concentrate vaporizers like Regen (review), Explore (review), and the Armor (review) vape pen, and the Yocan Hit (review) dry herb vaporizer. This mass design and production, and accessible price points are what keep Yocan very popular in the niche.

Their latest wax concentrate vaporizer- the Yocan Flame (visit store) is the newest in their line of portable wax vaporizers and its features are an amalgamation of those that are found in other Yocan dab pens, wax vaporizers, and portable eRigs. The Yocan Flame is a multi-functional device, working as both a portable dab pen as well as a portable Honey Straw. 

The Flame also has two interchangeable coils- Quartz Dual Coils (QDC) and the XTAL Coil (crystal), a water bubbler, a 1400mAH battery, a sneaky little dab container at the bottom of the device, and a titanium rod for when the device is used as a honey straw. Though the device might seem like it has a lot of parts, it’s all easily secured together by magnetic connections. 

Yocan Flame Built in Dab Container

The Flame bears quite a similarity to the Utillian 5 (review), so they’re compared in this review to help you make a more informed choice regarding which device you think is best for you.

Compatibility: The Yocan Flame is compatible with wax concentrates. I used it with CBD dab from InHemp (visit store) which is legally shipped anywhere in the USA.

Kit & Accessories

The device comes in a fairly hefty box, and everything inside is well protected by foam padding. So, if you’re carrying your fresh purchase around a bit, you’ll breathe easier knowing everything is secure in there. 

Yocan Flame Dab Vaporizer

What’s in the box:

  • Yocan Flame 
  • Titanium Bar
  • QDC Coil
  • XTAL Coil
  • Glass Jar & Dab Tool
  • USB-C Charging Cable

Design and Features

At first glance, you’ll understand right away why the device is called Flame. It literally looks like a candle when the water bubbler is on. The spiral design inside the bubbler also resembles a flickering flame when hit by light. Based on this alone, I’d say that the Yocan Flame makes for a very interesting collection and conversation piece.

Yocan Flame Water Bubbler

As far as portability is concerned, this is not really a vaporizer that you take on a trip. The glass bubbler and lack of a carrying case alone are enough to get you worried about breakage. But as mentioned above, the box the device comes in does have foam inserts, so you might be able to re-use that, you’ll just have to exercise a little extra caution.

But the device on its own does seem pretty strong- the casing that houses the Yocan Flame’s battery is made out of durable metal with a semi-matte finish. The end pieces and attachments are also made out of metal and are inlaid with magnets that are designed to “click” the pieces in place. At the bottom of the device is a little dab container with a separator in the middle, so you can carry two separate extracts. 

Interchangeable Coils

Yocan Flame XTAL and QDC Coil

The interchangeable coils are an added feature for this vaporizer. Each coil delivers different vapor and flavor quality.  The two coils included with the Flame are; 

  • QDC /Quartz Dual Coils: This coil consists of a metal wire wrapped around two small quartz rods. This coil heats up faster and produces harsh, intense vapor.
  • XTAL Coil: a ceramic coil that’s really more of a dish, easy to load, and easy to clean, the XTAL coil heats up a lot slower than the quartz coil but produces less vapor in lieu of a better, purer flavor. This coil is made of what Yocan calls “crystal smooth essences”.
Yocan Flame Airflow Control

Adjustable Airflow

Underneath the coils and sitting above the battery is the airflow control. Having this feature allows you to control the draw resistance in the device. Increasing the airflow will cause more air to pass through the coils resulting in cooler, lighter vapor. While decreased airflow will produce denser and more flavorful vapor. For a device at this price, this is a pretty good feature. 


The Yocan Flame has a 1400mAH battery, similar to the Yocan Evolve Plus XL (review) – but unlike the Evolve XL, the Flame features a USB C charger, which means it’ll charge 20x faster than the usual micro-usb you see on most devices. The pairing of this battery + USB C charging provides your device with enough power to last through long sessions and will be able to sustain stable power delivery throughout. 

How to use

In the vaporizer market, most products serve two or more purposes. Basically, versatility is key and the Yocan Flame seems like one of a very few products to feature a Honey Straw/wax vaporizer with a water bubbler. It’s a complex-sounding combination in theory since the honey stick does require an actual blowtorch (buy on amazon) to use, but it’s relatively simple to switch between those two functions on the device itself. 

Here is a quick breakdown of how to use both these functions on the Yocan Flame. It’s important to note that when using the Flame as a Honey Straw- you’ll need a blowtorch / any open flame source. Please be cautious when using the device this way and when handling open flame. 

As a portable wax vaporizer

  1. Make sure that you’ve fully charged the battery, installed your selected coil, and loaded the Yocan Flame with your select wax concentrates.
  2. Press the power button five times quickly to activate the battery.
  3. Press and hold the power button to vaporize your wax concentrates.
  4. Repeat as necessary, or till you’ve consumed the material in the atomizer.
Yocan Flame Nectar Collector

As a Honey Straw

  1. Remove the glass mouthpiece by pulling it away from the magnetic atomizer base.
  2. Get the inclusive titanium bar and let it snap with the magnetic connection of the glass mouthpiece.
  3. Place your wax concentrates on the inclusive glass wax jar.
  4. Use a torch to heat the titanium bar to temperature.
  5. When the tip has cooled to your liking, tap the hot tip in to your dab. The longer you hold the tip in the dab jar, the more vapor you’ll get.
  6. Inhale.


With the two coils, airflow control, and the titanium rod at your disposal, you’re guaranteed different experiences depending on the attachments you use on your device and how you use them. Both coils function very consistently, providing the quality of vapor with every hit. This consistency is due to the fact that the Flame’s battery only offers a single heat setting. I think this is great if you’re a beginner since it’s pretty simple to use, but as an experienced user, your control is limited to switching between the coils and toggling the airflow. 

Yocan Flame Ceramic and Quartz Coil

As a wax vaporizer, your options are to use it with the QCD/ quartz dual coil or the XTAL/ ceramic coil. The ceramic coil is perfect for the flavor purists out there, the hit is very clean, flavorful, and balanced. The trade-off is the short wait for the XTAL coil to heat up, but it is well worth the taste. The QDC coil heats faster and produces a thicker, heavier vapor- so if a certain level of “weight” is what you’re looking for in your hits, then this is the coil for that. 

The intensity of your hits (especially when using the quartz coil) is lightly mellowed out through water filtration. The water bubbler on the flame isn’t as large as on the Linx Apollo (review), but it does hold just enough water to help rid the now cooler vapor of irritants and impurities. The mouthpiece on the bubbler is fairly narrow, so it’s a pretty far cry from using your average bong. When using a device with a wider mouthpiece, you’ll have to brace for some big clouds heading your way. This can be quite harsh even with the water, so this narrow design and the airflow control remedy that. 

When you want to use the device as a Honey Straw, Yocan has made sure you have most of what you need, aside from the titanium rod- there is an included dab container, tool and a glass jar for dipping the rod into – all that’s missing is blowtorch. A Honey Straw technically still vaporizes concentrates, but it does so at much higher temperatures. If you don’t wait for the rod to cool a bit, you run the risk of burning your material. The vapor produced is also harsher, since it is hotter- so be thankful to that water bubbler again for mellowing that hit. 

Yocan Flame VS Utillian 5

Utillian 5 Review

The Utillian 5 is another wax vaporizer that we’ve reviewed and it bears a slight similarity to the Flame since it also features two interchangeable coils and adjustable airflow. Both included coils on the Utillian have ceramic rods but differ in size- the Kanthal Coil is for smaller loads and prioritizes flavor over the amount of vapor, while the Triple Titanium Coil holds more extract, and produces more vapor with less flavor. So, these coils are quite parallel to the QDC and XTAL on the Flame. 

Both the Flame and the 5 have simple one-button interfaces, and a few extra clicks on the 5 will allow you to adjust between 4 variable voltages 2.2V, 2.4V, 2.6V, and 2.8V. This variable voltage feature is interesting to see on a device with a smaller battery capacity at 1050 mAh- and this also means it’s something that could’ve been added to the Flame especially since it has a 1400mAH battery and charges with USB-C rather than the 5’s micro-USB. 

The 5 is definitely a handier device, with the whole thing being just about the size of the Flame without the water bubbler- making it the winner in portability. The Flame needs water at every use so that limits where you can take it – but water filtration definitely has its perks. Performance-wise, the 5 is quite the lungbuster, and definitely would be easier on the user if it had a bubbler as well. 

Linx Apollo Wax Vaporizer

I would recommend the 5 to someone who prefers more control over their vaping experience and more intense vapor. This device has a single purpose- it’s a wax vaporizer- it’s handy and more discreet. At $69, it does what it’s meant to at a very reasonable price. If you do want to have water filtration on the 5, there’s an optional water bubbler available for $39, bringing the total to $108 or you could get the Linx Apollo at $260- which dual functions as an eNail you can use for any of your rigs (like these rigs from Higher Standards).

But I also think the Flame holds its own as a wax vaporizer, despite the single heat setting. It has a larger battery, which means you can use it for much longer and charge it quicker. For only $3 more than the 5’s base price, the Flame delivers great consistent flavor and employs the benefits of vaping with water. So far, it’s most affordable amongst vaporizers that have bubblers and there’s also the added feature of being able to use it as a concentrate straw. 

Bottom Line

Yocan Flame Wax Vaporizer Device

In sum, the Yocan Flame is quite the device, it’s feature-heavy, with several attachments that change the experience. All the moving parts will seem daunting to a beginner at first, but it does set you on a path towards figuring out what you really want out of your vaping experience. 

Water bubblers are always a good feature, but it does make it less likely to be the vape you travel around with. I’d recommend the Flame as a device you use for sessions at home. As for the Honey Straw/concentrate straw feature, it feels a lot more like a novelty than something that’s likely to be used often. Having to use a blowtorch and burning the material is just too troublesome. So, it might likely just be something that’s done a few times for fun- but it’s not a feature that’s really needed. It would’ve been more functional if it was an eNail attachment instead. 

Yocan has always been the brand that spoiled its customers with options and great price points – and it achieves that with the Flame. The device delivers consistent power, fast charging, water filtration, a sturdy body, interchangeable coils, and the Honey Straw- at $72. It’s definitely not a bad deal and would be a worthwhile product to add to anyone’s vaporizer line-up. 

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Yocan Phaser Ace



The Yocan Black ACE is a dab pen that is compatible with concentrates/extracts and retails for $65 (use coupon TVG for 10% off at vape-smart.) 

It was released together with three other dab vaporizers- the Celestial & MAX Dab Rigs and the ARC Nectar collector, which I have separate reviews for.

Design & Features

The ACE shares the same ergonomic form as the MAX when it comes to the trigger operation and the OLED screen, but this is a dab pen, so it doesn’t have water filtration. 

The activation button is a trigger (that makes a lot of sense), and overall this vaporizer is very comfortable to hold and use. 

It has RGB lights below and a little OLED display with plus/minus buttons on the sides.

It has the same screen as the MAX with the same usage procedure, and a very ergonomic and tactile feel. It has these notches for the fingers and fits perfectly in my palm. Just tightening up my fist clicks the button, which is a pretty thoughtful design. 

TGT coils

The ACE uses the same TGT coils as the other Yocan Black products. It is a flat ceramic donut with a raised center. 

Here are the two biggest downsides of TGT coils-

Hard to clean: unlike “bowl-shaped” chambers with a smooth, easy-to-clean surface, these coils have small holes channels that are harder to mop at the end of each session. This means that over time residue builds up in these small holes, and the coil will have to be replaced. 

No “real temperature control”: Vaporizers at this price level just don’t keep a precise temp in the chamber, which means that the flavor is nowhere near as good as, say, the Puffco Peak Pro. The wax burns too fast, and the vapor is harsh. 

But the Peak Pro is $400 for the vape and $65 for replacement chambers. The TGT coils are around $10 each. So the devices are in different leagues when it comes to price (and performance), so it wouldn’t make sense to expect a similar vapor quality. 

Yet, regardless of the Peak Pro, I wish Yocan would have gone with a bowl-shaped coil instead of these TGTs. Like, even the coil they used for the Orbit vape pen is better than these, in my opinion. The TGT coils connect with a 510 thread, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they release a bowl-shaped coil in the future that is compatible with these units. 

Performance & Vapor Quality

As expected, the vapor here is a little harsh when compared to the MAX, as the ACE doesn’t have the water filter, and the coil is directly under the mouthpiece, so the vapor doesn’t have time to cool down. 

As will all dab pens, I recommend starting at the lowest temperature and pulsing the button as you inhale rather than holding it down. This way, you have finer control over the coil’s heat and can prevent burning the extract.

At $65, it is cheaper than most dab pens and provides a good experience for the price. 

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Yocan Delux


Yocan Delux Background

A little intro is needed for this device because it’s essentially two vapes in one. Not a dual use vape, but a vape inside a vape. The smaller vape is quite similar to the Yocan Hive and is used for oil, while the bigger vape is used for wax. The smaller vape fits inside the larger one and can even use it as a power bank.  So, if the smaller one runs out of juice, it can feed off the bigger one.

yocan delux review

e similar to the Yocan Hive and is used for oil, while the bigger vape is used for wax. The smaller vape fits inside the larger one and can even use it as a power bank.  So, if the smaller one runs out of juice, it can feed off the bigger one.

Of course, if you only vape one type of extract, then you’ll want a less expensive solo vape instead. You can get a good vape pen for your wax and a device like the Yocan Uni for your oil cartridges. So that’s the basic background of the Delux, now let’s take a closer look.

Kit and Accessories

  • Yocan Delux concentrate vaporizer
  • Mini oil vaporizer
  • Magnetic oil tank connector
  • Cleaning kit
  • USB charging cable

Compatibility: The smaller vaporizer is compatible with oil extracts and the larger vaporizer is compatible with wax extracts.

Optional Official Accessories

Yocan makes 510 dual quartz atomizers that are compatible with the Delux, as well as oil tanks that are compatible with the mini vape.

Design and Features

yocan delux design
The smaller mini oil vape sits neatly inside the larger Delux.

Yocan Delux

General Design: The dual vape design means that the Delux is one of the more unique vaporizers I’ve seen in a while. The bigger Delux has a triangular design, but with rounded edges. The dual quartz atomizers and mouthpiece are one big 510 threaded unit that sits on top of the device. The Delux has a cutout that holds the smaller mini vape. It looks a little strange when it’s empty, and even when the mini vape is there too to be honest. The mini vape doesn’t get in the way of the larger Delux when you’re vaping so that’s a thoughtful design feature.

Ease of Use: Both the Delux and the mini vape are very easy to use even though they may seem complicated at first. The mouthpiece of the Delux is magnetically connected and the atomizer cover screws onto the atomizer, which makes them easy to connect and disconnect. 

Portability: The Delux isn’t too tall, but it is pretty bulky and the mouthpiece/atomizer combo sticks out, so fitting it into any pockets might be tricky, if not completely impossible. It’s a little better suited for purses or backpacks, but if you can carry it with you, then you can basically carry around two vapes at once.

Mini Oil Vaporizer

General Design: As for the mini vape, like I said it looks a lot like the Hive, which means that it looks like your typical box style vape. It does have a convenient viewing portal that allows you to monitor the oil level, which is a nice, useful touch.

Ease of Use: The mini oil vape has a magnetic connector that attaches to the tank, so you just drop the tank into the vape when you’re ready to go. Both vapes feature one button control so they are both pretty easy to use.

Portability: Portability isn’t a problem with the the mini vape since it’s small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and you can take it pretty much anywhere.

Cleaning and Maintenance

The dual quartz coil is cleaned using q-tips dipped in isopropyl alcohol. The oil tank is cleaned by filling it partway with iso alcohol, swishing it around, and then rinsing it out with water.

How to Use

yocan delux how to use
The cover of the 510 threaded atomizer is secured by screwing it onto the rest of the component.

Yocan Delux

  1. Screw the mouthpiece and atomizer onto the Delux.
  2. Remove the mouthpiece and cover from the atomizer to expose the coils.
  3. Dab wax onto the coils and then attach the atomizer cover and then the mouthpiece.
  4. Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  5. Press the power button three times to select a voltage setting.
  6. Once the temperature has been reached, inhale from the mouthpiece.

Mini Oil Vaporizer

  1. Remove the mouthpiece from the oil tank and screw the oil tank into the device.
  2. Fill the tank with oil and then replace the mouthpiece.
  3. Screw the tank into the device and press the power button five times to turn it on.
  4. Press the power button three times to select a voltage.
  5. Once heating is complete, inhale from the mouthpiece.

Number of Voltage Settings: The Delux has four voltage settings and the mini oil vape has three.

Performance and Vapor Quality

yocan delux performance

Each of the vaporizers produces flavor that is good, but not best-in-class.

Yocan Delux

Vaporizer Performance: The Delux heats up pretty quickly and the mouthpiece doesn’t get hot during use. It would be nice to know what the temperature settings are, but it’s not too big of a deal.

Vapor Quality: The flavor from the Delux is pretty good, not the best I have ever experienced, but it’s more than satisfactory. The two lower settings produce decent flavor while the upper settings produce slightly warmer vapor. You won’t be getting a lot of clouds from the Delux, so that makes it a great choice for stealth vaping, though cloud chasers might be disappointed.

Battery Performance: The Delux has a 1500 mAh battery that can go for days without recharging under moderate use. However, it can last for a while even under heavy use.

Mini Oil Vaporizer

Vaporizer Performance: This vape also heats up fast and stays cool to the touch. That isn’t too surprising since Yocan makes a lot of vapes like this, so they would have got the formula right by now.

Vapor Quality: The flavor is good and the device puts out some nice clouds, though, once again, it isn’t the best in this category. The fact that both vapes deliver good, but not great, shouldn’t be seen as too big of a negative since this two in one device is a pretty novel concept. The fact that their flavor is above average is actually pretty impressive.
Battery Performance: This vape has a capacity of 450 mAh, which can last for about a day of vaping. If the larger Delux is fully charged, then the mini vape can use it as a power source, which is pretty awesome. However, you can’t use it while it’s nestled in the Delux because of the way it’s positioned.

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Yocan Armor



Yocan Armor Vape Pen Review

Yocan (visit here) has been releasing new beginner-friendly vaporizers this year. The Yocan Vane (Review), a dry herb vape, and the Yocan X (Review), which is a pod concentrate vape. They both perform good for their price, and just recently, they released a new vape pen called the Yocan Armor.

Yocan Armor is thicker than most vape pens around It’s an easy-to-use vape pen that produces entry-level quality vapor. It also has a pre-heat function that some vapers may find useful.

Design & Features

Yocan Armor Dab Pen Review

The Yocan Armor is a simple and straightforward vape pen that has a single button interface. As the name suggested, it’s slightly thicker than most of the vape pens since it has ‘armor’ around it to handle impacts in case you accidentally drop it. When I hold it, it feels solid and smooth. I can conceal it with my hand and put it in a pocket/purse.

The Yocan Armor is 510 threaded. It means that it can fit and work with any 510 carts if you want to vape oils or any 510 threaded atomizers if you’re looking for a replacement. It has three major parts:

  • Battery: It has a 380 mAh battery which is pretty low compared to some vapes on the same price category but the recharge time makes up for it. It has a micro-USB cable that can recharge the device for 30 minutes. 
  • Mouthpiece: The mouthpiece is made out of stainless steel which gets warm especially if you’re using the Armor for a while. The design is a little bit awkward since you need to twist it to expose the coil rather than just pulling it out like you normally do.
  • Coil: The Yocan Armor has a Dual Quartz Coil which is common on inexpensive dab pens since it produces vapor with average cloud production and flavor. The thing about Dual Quartz Coil is it isn’t efficient- some wax gets stuck around the coil resulting in some waste of your wax and cleaning it may be a sticky and messy chore. It also has a coil cap that protects the atomizer and prevents ‘spit back’ as you inhale. This is a pretty good feature but sometimes it can be an inconvenience since you’ll need to unscrew it first before you can load the wax.

How To Use

Yocan Armor Wax Pen Review

Yocan Armor is an easy-to-use device since it has a single button to turn on/off the device and cycle through the temperature presets. to use it you need to:

  1. Twist the mouthpiece to remove it.
  2. Uncap the coil cap from the atomizer.
  3. Dab your concentrate with the dab tool provided.
  4. Reattach the cap and the mouthpiece.
  5. Press the power button 5 times to turn it on.
  6. To cycle through your desired voltage settings, rapidly press the power button 3 times.
  7. Hold the power button to start the heating process.
  8. Inhale from the mouthpiece once heating is complete.

Voltage Settings: The voltage settings are indicated by the led lights just above the power button which are: 3.0V | 3.5V | 4.0V

Pre-Heat Function: You can pre-heat your wax for 10 seconds by pressing the power button 2 times.

Performance & Vapor Quality


Yocan Armor Coil

The Yocan Armor has a small coil which is enough for vapers who are just starting to vape extracts. It heats up quickly, at about 10 seconds, you can start your session. However, as I’ve mentioned earlier, some extracts aren’t vaped properly and make it even harder to clean than most vape pens.

The unit and the mouthpiece get a little hot which is not surprising to me. This is something you will expect for a small device because there’s no way for the air to disperse properly. To prevent it from happening, I use it on the lowest voltage settings which produce vapor with a milder and more flavorful vapor.

What could have been better: There’s an extra coil included in the box which vapers may find useful especially if the primary coil needs cleaning and they’re not in the right place to do that. However, I wished it was a ceramic coil rather than the Dual Quartz Coil so that beginners may be able to experience a vapor with more flavor and fewer clouds.

Vapor Quality

The vapor it produces is something that you would expect from a $30 vape pen. You get big clouds whatever voltage settings you choose and the flavor is still there. Don’t get me wrong, the vapor quality is good for its price range but it can’t match those premium vape pens like Puffco Plus (Review) or Dr Dabber Stella (Review) that produce vapor with utmost flavor and potency.

Bottom Line

Overall, the Armor is an inexpensive vape pen that gets the job done. It’s simple, portable, and the quality is good for its price. The vapor is not the best but pretty decent for first-time vapers. However, I’ve been testing Yocan vaporizers for a while, and the Armor isn’t the Yocan’s most quality vape in their product line—it’s average at best.

There are better options out there such as the Utillian 2 (Review) which is a bit pricier but beats the Armor in terms of vapor quality and battery life. If you’re looking for a vape pen with insane vapor production, the Utillian 5 (Review) is worth checking.

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Yocan Dive Mini



Dive Mini Wax Pen

Yocan Dive Mini is the latest version of Yocan Dive (Review) that was released earlier this year. It’s a special kind of pen that can be used in two ways: the ordinary way (wax pen) or by using the Honey Straw (honey dabber) which allows to vape extracts directly from a glass container.

It’s an easy-to-use vape pen with a single button that can be used to turn on/off the device and cycle through different voltage settings. The Dive Mini also features a pre-heat function and has an additional mouthpiece with a water bubbler attachment that you don’t usually see on similarly-priced vapes. 

Design & Features

Yocan Dive Mini Wax Pen

The Dive Mini is a simple vape pen with a sleek and stealthy build. It is 8″ tall and half an inch wide which makes it suitable for discreet vaping. It is made out of aluminum with a matte black finish that feels smooth and solid.

The Dive Mini is packed with 400 mAh battery that could probably last a whole day of casual vaping. The micro-USB port is located on the side of the device just beside the power button and it supports pass-through charging. It means that you’ll be able to use it while it’s charging.


Yocan Dive Mini Mouthpieces

As mentioned above, there are two mouthpieces that you can use on Dive Mini:

  • Normal Mouthpiece – The mouthpiece narrows as it approaches the tip that looks good and has a smooth feel to it. It’s made out of aluminum so I assume that it gets hot from time to time.
  • Mouthpiece with Water Bubbler – It allows users to attach a water filtration system that makes the vapor cooler and retains more flavor from your wax. The mouthpiece has a bulb-like design and measures roughly 3″ tall which is smaller compared to some water bubbler attachment. But hey, the design functions well and a pretty good addition for its price. If you’re traveling with it, make sure you put it in a carrying bag since it’s made out of glass and can easily break.

Both mouthpieces are magnetically connected to the body so you’ll have no trouble swapping one from another.

How To Use

Yocan Dive Mini Attachments

Dive Mini is a straightforward vape pen since it has a single button that you can use to turn on/off the device, cycle through three voltage settings, and activate the pre-heat function which is useful since you don’t need to hold it down to start vaping. 

Voltage Settings: It has three preset temperatures that are color-coded: 3.2V (White), 3.47V (Blue), and 4.2V (Green).

There are two ways you can use the Dive Mini:

Ordinary Wax Pen Mode

Yocan Dive Mini XTAL Coil

Yocan Dive Mini uses an XTAL coil which is a new type of coil that I haven’t tested before. When you remove the coil cap, you’ll see a rectangular platform where you’ll put your concentrates. I assume it’s made out of similar material with the honey dabber. To use it, you’ll need to:

  1. Remove the mouthpiece to expose the coil.
  2. Twist the coil cap and dab your wax.
  3. Reattach the coil cap and the mouthpiece.
  4. Press the button 5 times to turn on the device.
  5. Press the button 3 times to cycle through voltage settings.
  6. To activate the preheating mode, press the power button 2 times.
  7. Once heating is done, inhale from the mouthpiece.
Yocan Dive Mini Glass Bubbler

In this method, you can use the regular mouthpiece or the glass bubbler that comes in the package. The latter makes the vapor mild and soothing to the lungs while preserving the flavor and potency of the wax. I’m quite surprised that Dive Mini has this kind of accessory because you usually pay a lot to get a water bubbler.

Using the glass bubbler makes the overall experience better. However, if you’re out traveling and need a quick sesh, I recommend using the regular one since the bubbler is fragile and kind of awkward to use in public.

By Using the Honey Dabber

Yocan Dive Mini Honey Straw

This is the key feature of the Dive Mini and I bet most vapers will enjoy. In this method, instead of dabbing your concentrates into the coil, you can dab straight from the concentrate jar by dipping the honey dabber onto the wax. For this method, you’ll need to:

  1. Remove the mouthpiece.
  2. Twist the coil to remove it.
  3. Attach the honey dabber.
  4. On the other end, attach any mouthpiece.
  5. If you’re using the water bubbler attachment, fill 1/3 of it with water.
  6. Press the device 5 times to turn on the device.
  7. Dip the honey dabber into the coil while pressing the power button.
  8. To activate the preheating mode, press the power button 2 times.
  9. Inhale from the mouthpiece.
Yocan Dive Mini XTAL Tip

From my experience, vaping on honey dabber is an efficient and easy way to consume concentrates. You can use your dab tool to control how much wax you can use or you can dip the tip directly onto the wax to get more vapor. In this way, it allows you to control your hits much more than using the coil.  This method is recommended to use if you’re at home or inside your peer’s room since you can’t aim the tip while being mindful of your surroundings.

I personally really like the honey straw method, and I think it will become more popular as it gives vapers a whole new and fun experience. Aside from that, it has a low learning curve, vapes the wax efficiently, and lets users personalize their session (whether a face-melting sesh or a light and relaxed sesh). This method can accommodate a wide variety of users (beginners or intermediate users) that’s something to look forward to in the near future.


As A Vape Pen

Yocan Dive Mini Performance

The Dive Mini produces above average vapor which is suited for beginners. It has a decent heat-up time at about 10 seconds and the wax is efficiently vaped. The unit gets hot after using it for a while which is common for small vaporizers but casual users won’t deal with this problem often since they don’t usually do lung-busting sessions.

As A Honey Straw

Dive Mini Honey Straw Method

Inhaling from it seems pretty hard at first but you’ll get used to it quickly. You just need to find the right angle to dip your honey dabber and it will melt the wax quickly. I recommend using the water bubbler since it produces a ginormous amount of vapor compared to the normal way of using the Dive Mini.  

Vapor Quality

The vapor quality on both modes was good for its price but not as potent as some premium vapes I tested. You get a large pool of clouds whether you choose the lowest or the highest setting. The flavor peaks in the lowest setting and any higher will produce bigger and harsher vapor. I get the best result in the middle temp setting while the water bubbler is attached since it has the balance of flavor and vapor density I’m looking for.

Bottom Line

Dive Mini Kit and Accessories

As a vape pen, it functions well and produces above-average vapor that’s viable for both beginners and intermediate vapers. On the other hand, using the honey dabber is an efficient way to enjoy your wax since you’ll be able to control your hits and also how much wax you can use per session.

Overall, the Dive Mini is a simple and versatile vaporizer that works great for vaping works great for outdoor vaping or simply dabbing in your home. For $45, this is probably the highest price to performance ratio you’d find in 2020. However, it won’t stand a chance to some high-tier vapes like Puffco Plus (Review) or Dr Dabber Stella (Review) that produce superior vapor quality.

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MSRP $45

Yocan Black Phaser Arc



The Yocan Black ARC is an eRig that is compatible with wax/dab and retails for $100 (use coupon TVG for 10% off at vape-smart.) 

It was released together with three other dab vaporizers- the CelestialMAX, and ACE, which I have separate reviews for.

Design & Features

The ARC shares the same ergonomic form as the MAX when it comes to the trigger operation and the OLED screen, but this is a dab straw, meaning instead of loading the extract in the coil, you dip the coil that is located at the tip into the container. 

The activation button is a trigger (that makes a lot of sense), and overall this vaporizer is very comfortable to hold and use. 

It has RGB lights below and a little OLED display with plus/minus buttons on the sides.

The tip gets hot and boils any concentrate that is close enough, and the resulting vapor is inhaled upward through these two holes, and into the bubbler. 

Bottom Line

Dab Straws gained popularity in the last couple of years, and it is becoming the “go-to” method for more and more users. At around $100, this is not one of the cheapest out there, but it is significantly better than most. 

I have here a Lookah, the new XMAX I just reviewed, and a few others, and the Yocan is easily the best in the bunch.  

I especially like the way it stands, unlike most that have to be held, and just the overall grip and trigger usage are intuitive and satisfying. 

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MSRP $100

Yocan Explore


Kit and Accessories

  • Yocan Explore
  • Concentrate coil + mouthpiece combo
  • Dab tool + cleaning brush
  • USB charging cable

Compatibility: The Yocan Explore is compatible with dry herb and wax concentrates.

Official Accessories

You can get a replacement for the wax coil/mouthpiece combo on the Yocan website. Remember to use the Vape-Smart.com coupon code TVG10 when you buy it—or any other item—from them.

Optional Accessories

If you’re using the Explore with herb, then you’ll need a good grinder to get that herb to the right consistency. The SLX is just the grinder you need. It has a smooth grinding action, a built-in kief catcher, and it never needs cleaning. If you’re interested, you can get one from Amazon.

Design and Features

Yocan Explore Design
The Explore is a decent looking device but the vents are poorly placed because they affect the flavor of the vapor.

General Design: The Explore looks like your average box style vaporizer. It isn’t a bad looking device though there’s nothing too distinctive about it either. It has a clear LCD screen located near its base with the power button above it and the two temperature control buttons below it. The power button is well placed, but the control buttons sit a little too low for my liking, not to mention that they’re pretty small, so using them never feels all that comfortable.

Switching out the different mouthpieces is pretty easy since you just need to unscrew one and screw in the other. That simple operation makes the Explore one of the easier two-in-one vaporizers to use. The dry herb mouthpiece has a stirring tool built into it, which is a nice feature since you can stir the herb even while you’re vaping.

Portability: The Explore is a pretty portable device because it’s a little under four inches tall. It’s a little wider than you might expect, but that doesn’t affect the travel friendliness too much. The mouthpieces are both the same length so it doesn’t matter which one you decide to take with you. If you decide to take both, then you need to worry about how you’ll transport the one not attached to the Explore, but that’s your only concern as far as portability goes.

Build Quality: The housing of the Explore feels sturdy and the mouthpieces attach to it securely. The problem comes with the airflow because the intake vents are located close to the electrical components. That means it is possible for the vapor to get mixed in with the heated air that comes off the electronics. Needless to say, that is not something you want from your vaporizer.

Cleaning and Maintenance

The herb chamber and the concentrate coil can be cleaned using the included cleaning brush. For some extra deep cleaning, you can soak a q-tip or cotton swab in isopropyl alcohol and run it around either of the chambers.

How to Use

With Dry Herb

  1. Fill the chamber with herb and then screw on the dry herb mouthpiece.
  2. Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  3. Use the selection buttons to choose a temperature and then hold down the power button for three seconds to start heating.
  4. Once heating is complete, inhale from the mouthpiece.

With Wax Concentrates

  1. Unscrew the coil from the mouthpiece of the coil/mouthpiece attachment.
  2. Dab some wax into the coil and then screw it back onto the mouthpiece.
  3. Screw the coil/mouthpiece combo onto the rest of the device.
  4. Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  5. Use the selection buttons to choose a temperature and then hold down the power button for three seconds to start heating.
  6. Once heating is complete, inhale from the mouthpiece.

Temperature Range: 200°F – 460°F

Performance and Vapor Quality

Yocan Explore Performance
The vapor quality from the dry herb is mediocre and the flavor falls off rather quickly.

Vaporizer Performance: The Explore doesn’t take too long to heat up and it never gets too warm to hold while you’re vaping. So, overall, it performs pretty well.

Vapor Quality: With dry herb, the vapor quality is below average. There is a strange taste to the vapor, the first few times you use the Explore but it goes away after a few heat cycles. For that reason, I would suggest that you run the device through a few heat cycles before adding any herb to the chamber. Once you do get rid of the strange taste, the vapor quality improves but is still just okay even when compared to other vapes in this price range. Worse still is that the vapor quality declines quickly as you vape so whatever flavor you get from the Explore doesn’t last too long.

The concentrate performance is even worse because the Explore doesn’t reach the temperatures that concentrates need to get vaporized properly. Even if you’re a fan of low temperature vaping—and I am—you won’t be satisfied with the performance of this vape. Since the temperature never gets too high, there isn’t a whole lot of vapor produced.

Battery Performance: The Explore has a 2600 mAh battery and is good for about ninety minutes, which is pretty good.

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Yocan Regen



Yocan Regen device

Yocan (visit store) is undoubtedly one of the most dynamic manufacturers we’ve seen in the vaporizer market today – with several products positioned in each class and form of vaping- and all price ranges. They’re the creators of box mods such as the Yocan UNI (review) and eNails like the Torch (review).  With a product line-up as extensive as theirs, each user from the most advanced to those who are just starting out is sure to find something.

The Yocan Regen is a concentrate vaporizer that’s crafted for users who are gaining traction on their vaping journey. It’s simple, straightforward, yet packed with enough features that lend you a good amount of control over your sessions. The Regen features a pre-installed dual quartz coil, the option to switch to a triple quartz coil, three pre-set temperatures, a 1100mAh battery, and a dab container at the bottom of the device for convenience

Compatibility: The Yocan Regen is compatible with wax concentrate. I used my device with CBD dab from Steve’s Goods which is available to ship across all 50 states.

Kit and Accessories

As with all Yocan products, the devices come with pretty basic kits. Though lean, there really isn’t much more you’ll need to start using the Regen right away.  The only added accessory here is the hanging ring which you can opt to screw right above the battery and onto a sling if you want to hang your device around.

  • Yocan Regen
  • Dual quartz coil
  • Triple quartz coil
  • Dab tool
  • Hanging ring
  • USB charging cable


Yocan Regen vaporizer

The Regen’s design is derivative of Yocan’s other vape pens like the Evolve Plus XL (review) or the Loaded (review). It is made of medical-grade stainless steel and sports a sleek columnar shape and is a bit wider in circumference than your average vape pen- but it still remains very portable and easy to conceal at only 4 inches tall. The Regen also has a wide, magnetically attached mouthpiece that’s another Yocan signature. The sneaky dab container at the base is also magnetically secured as well.

The Regen’s user interface is also quite simple – it has a single hexagonal power button that also controls the variable voltage selection. Above the button are three small LED lights that indicate the current level the device is on. Basically, this device’s design doesn’t leave much to be said – it’s sleek, clean, portable, and really puts its main feature, the interchangeable coils – at the forefront.

Interchangeable coils

Yocan Regen Performance and Vapor Quality

The interchangeable coils are the key feature of the Yocan Regen. The option to switch between the QDC (Quartz dual coil) and the QTC (Quartz triple coil) gives you more control of your experience and its resulting vapor. These coils consist of a metal wire wrapped around small quartz rods. This coil heats up faster than a ceramic coil and produces thick, dense vapor.

The device comes pre-installed with the QDC coil- which is ideal for smaller sessions. While the QTC coil is suited for larger dabs and holds just over 0.1g of material. The included coil caps also do a fairly good job of keeping the device clean, especially when you have it on the highest voltage.

These coils are proprietary coils that are compatible with the entire range of Yocan concentrate vaporizers. While this device only comes with dual and triple coils, the single-coil is available for purchase on the Yocan website. Their single quartz coils are well suited for conserving wax and preserving flavor, especially at low temperatures.


The Regen sets itself apart from the Evolve Plus XL, by having three voltage settings to choose from. This gives any user some added flexibility since the experience changes depending on which temperatures you employ and which of the two coils you use. With 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0v of power available, you have a decent range to play with.


At 1100mAH, the built-in battery has enough juice to last about a day or two, although that varies depending on which coil you use more often. The battery takes about 2 hours to charge with the included micro-USB wire.


Yocan Regen How to Use

As expected from a device with dual and triple coils- the Yocan Regen definitely hits hard. The baseline vapor quality on the device is excellent. The taste is good, and the draws are smooth- no matter the size or duration of the hit. Despite the lack of airflow control- the device itself has enough airflow in itself to get a satisfying hit, but not too much to the point where it mutes flavor.

You’ll get the better flavor from the dual quartz coil since the flavor won’t be overpowered by the harshness of the vapor, at least on the two lowest voltage settings of 3.0V and 3.5V. You will get a lot of the flavor notes while enjoying some decent vapor. But if you want a bit more, then you should crank it up to 4.0V, the highest of the three settings. The flavor won’t be as strong but there are certainly some pretty good results

If what you’re after is vapor that is more dense and weighty, the triple coil is right there for you. Although I would highly suggest the use of the triple coil at the lowest voltage settings since the higher settings tend to drown out all the terpenes in your wax and also produces vapor that can get too hot for comfort.

Bottom Line

Yocan Regen Design and Features

Overall, the Yocan Regen is a decent device for anyone who’s ready to make the switch from a beginner tuned vaporizer to a more heavy-hitting one that provides you with more flexibility and options. It’s a sleek and simple concentrate vaporizer that does the job and does it well.

The only downside is that the batteries might not last too long if you’re a heavy user. But at only $42, anyone would be hard-pressed to find this set of features at this price. I’d highly recommend this if you are on the market for a device that’s uncomplicated and straightforward. If you’re on the market for something more advanced, I’d highly recommend looking through our best dab/wax vape pens of this year.

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Yocan Evolve 3 in 1


Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Background

The Yocan Evolve (buy). Use coupon code TVG10 to save 10%) is one of the best all-in-one kits out there. Let’s speak facts, a device that retails at an extremely low price and allows you to enjoy not one, not two, but three different kinds of substances it’s just a great purchase, regardless of your vaping experience.

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review spotlight picture

The Evolve 3 in 1, besides having a pen-like design instead of a juice box, sets itself apart from the Yocan Hive 2 because like the name states (Yocan Evolve 3 in 1), it offers an extra atomizer (Evolve-D) which allows for the use of dry herb. Cross-compatibility of substances is a very convenient feature that can be found in some of the Best Dry Herb Vaporizers. Plus, if you want to swap out to vape ejuice, you can do that too.

Continue to read on to find out why this vape kit is such an amazing buy.

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Kit

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review : the vape pen and some of its components
The kit is an all purpose vape pen that looks to satisfy every type of user.

Here are the items included in the kit:

  • Yocan Evolve 3 in 1.
  • 1 Evolve-D atomizer (dry herb), 1 Evolve-C atomizer (wax concentrates), 1 Evolve-C metal tube (oil).
  • Battery with a 650 mAh capacity.
  • 1 Evolve-D coil and 1 Evolve QDC coil.
  • Dab metal tool & cleaning brush.
  • USB Charger.

If you are in need of a container for storing your THC concentrates, please check out some of our top choices on Amazon.

Key Features of the Yocan Evolve 3 in 1

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review Kit. Things included in kit
From L-R: Wax atomizer attached to battery, oil metal tube and refillable tank , dry herb atomizer, 2 coils, USB charger, dab tool and cleaning brush.

The standout feature of the Yocan Evolve is its cross-compatibility. All kinds of users can enjoy their THC and eliquid with this pen. If you’re sharing with someone who prefers oil over dry herb, simply have them attach the atomizer of choice to the battery and enjoy your all-in-one session! Also, the small size of the 3 in 1 makes it portable and great for sneaking in hits.

More awesome features:

  • Compatible with wax, dry herb, and oil.
  • Quartz atomizers
  • Dual coil.
  • Heats up almost instantly (2 seconds).
  • Leak-proof design.
  • Single-button control.
  • Sells for ($89 at Vape-Smart). Use coupon code TVG10 to save 10%).

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Design

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review Dry herb
Here we can see the Evolve being used with its dry herb components. Remember, it is also great for wax and oil!

The Yocan Evolve is available in black, red and blue. The device is very discreet and portable, due to its very compact design, which also makes it quite easy to take apart and clean. The design also features a one-button control system and rapid heating.

On top of that, it is a leak-proof design so it won’t get all sticky as fast as other devices. As far as the metal tube component for oil, it has an opening that allows for the accurate monitoring of the oil levels. 

The one downside can come from the constant swapping of the atomizers, which is no downside at all, just be careful not to drop them.

Using the Yocan Evolve 3 in 1

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review: picture of its design
The Yocan evolve uses a simple yet elegant design that allows for easy swapping and cleaning.
  1. Push button 5 times to turn on the unit.
  2. Attach the desired atomizer to the battery.
  3. Press and hold the button after the coil is screwed in. Once it lights up, it is ready to use.
  4. Pack the right amount of wax or dry herb into the chamber. Please avoid overpacking to prevent damage to the coil.
  5. Press button and vape after the 2-second mark.

Note that when using the oil cartridges, keep an eye on the oil level to know when it is time for a refill.

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Performance and Vapor Quality

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review vapor quality: device displayed with separate parts
Do not take this device lightly, it is capable of quality vapor.

Do not let the small 650mAh battery fool you. This device tends to last anywhere from 3 to 6 hours and produces top quality vapor all along. The Evolve-D (dry herb) atomizer features a unique engineering in its coil,  resembling that of a pancake oven. This feature allows for the dry herb to heat up more efficiently than the traditional rods. Furthermore, the Evolve-C (wax) comes with a quartz chamber which does not conduct heat, thus resulting in cool, flavorful vapor.

Unlike other vape pens, the Evolve 3 in 1 does not yet offer ceramic plate coils. For those of you who prefer ceramic, you might want to wait a little longer or just go with a different vape.

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 VS Similar Vapes

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 Review key features
Being able to enjoy wax, dry herb and oil, it’s what makes the Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 so great.

Yocan Evolve 3 in 1 vs Yocan Evolve XL

The purpose of the Evolve XL is simply to satisfy users who enjoy big packs and long drags. In contrast to the XL, the Evolve 3 in 1 is not limited to just wax concentrates but it is much smaller than the XL. The 3 in 1 is equipped with a lesser battery capacity (650mAh-1400mAh) and uses dual coil instead of the unique QUAD coil technology of the XL.

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MSRP $88

Yocan Black Celestial



The Yocan Black Celestial is an eRig that is compatible with wax/dab and retails for $160 (use coupon TVG for 10% off at vape-smart.) 

It was released together with three other dab vaporizers- the MAX, ARC, and ACE, which I have separate reviews for.

Design & Features

The Yocan Celestial dab Rig is made of two main parts. 

  • The base is a spherical ball with one activation button. It has an RGB strip, and USB-C charging port in the back. The bottom has rubber grips and an air intake hole that runs all the way up to the coil. 
  • Then there is the pyramid-shaped glass bubbler. It connects to the base with a magnet and sits on top. It has a little play and can slide around the sphere.

It has three voltage levels, with Blue being the lowest. Then you can either hold the button for manual operation or double-click to start a 30 seconds session.

TGT Coils

The Celestial uses what Yocan calls a TGT coil which is a flat ceramic donut with a raised center. All three Yocan Black dab vapes use the same exact coils.

Here are the two biggest downsides of TGT coils-

Hard to clean: unlike “bowl-shaped” chambers with a smooth, easy-to-clean surface, these coils have small holes channels that are harder to mop at the end of each session. This means that over time residue builds up in these small holes, and the coil will have to be replaced. 

No “real temperature control”: Vaporizers at this price level just don’t keep a precise temp in the chamber, which means that the flavor is nowhere near as good as, say, the Puffco Peak Pro. The wax burns too fast, and the vapor is harsh.

But the Peak Pro is $400 for the vape and $65 for replacement chambers. The TGT coils are around $10 each. So the devices are in different leagues when it comes to price (and performance), so it wouldn’t make sense to expect a similar vapor quality.

Yet, regardless of the Peak Pro, I wish Yocan would have gone with a bowl-shaped coil instead of these TGTs. Like, even the coil they used for the Orbit vape pen is better than these, in my opinion. The TGT coils connect with a 510 thread, so I wouldn’t be surprised if they release a bowl-shaped coil in the future that is compatible with these units. 

Performance & vapor quality

The Celestial is super simple and straightforward to use, but unfortunately the vapor quality makes me hard to recommend this vape. The coil doesn’t have real-time temperature control and just gives the coil and constant stream of power (voltage). This burns the was even on the lowest setting. The wax just burns super quickly and tastes harsh. 

Any other Yocan Black product is better than this one, and I will easily go for the Yocan MAX over the Celestial. It is precise temp control and a more ergonomic design. The vaporizers are the same price, making the MAX the clear winner.

So the Celestial should be avoided. There are better options out there, here are some of my favorites

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MSRP $150