Linx GAIA Review

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Linx GAIA review

The Good: Very good vapor quality | Cool, stylish design | Good battery life | Reasonably priced

The Bad: Temperature control buttons are a little small

The Bottom Line:  I was impressed by the Linx Gaia because you don’t often see this kind of style, vapor quality, and build quality at this price range. This vape has features I would expect to see in products that cost nearly twice as much. That makes it one of the better vape deals I’ve seen in a while.

$159.99 Visit Linx Vapor

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Kit and Accessories

Linx GAIA Kit
The magnetic packing tool integrated into the base of the Gaia is just one of the accessories available in its kit.
  • Linx Gaia
  • Magnetic mouthpiece cap
  • Loading funnel
  • Packing tool + cleaning brush
  • 2-in-1 Lightning and Micro USB charger

Compatibility: The Gaia is compatible with dry herb only.

Official Accessories

The Gaia has an impressive set of accessories that add some extra versatility to the device. If you want cooler vapor and don’t mind sacrificing some portability, then you can buy the water bubbler mouthpiece from their website. If that’s not good enough, or if you already have your own water pipe, then you can purchase a water pipe adapter to connect your pipe to the Gaia.

You can also buy Lava Plates—which are essentially concentrate pads—if you want to use your wax with this vaporizer. In addition to all of that stuff, you can also get replacements for all the various accessories of the Gaia.

Optional Accessories

The Gaia—and every dry herb vaporizer—works best when the herb is ground to a fine density. The SLX is the manual grinder that can get any strain of herb to the density you want, plus it never, ever needs cleaning. You can find the SLX grinder on Amazon.

Design and Features

Linx Gaia Design
The Linx Gaia has a brushed aluminum shell with chrome accents that give it a very high class look.

General Design: The Gaia is one classy looking vaporizer, even though it has the standard box design that you see in a lot of weed vapes. The finish, the glass mouthpiece, and the OLED screen all combine to give it a sophisticated look. But it has more than just good looks, there is a lot of practicality in the Gaia is well.

It has a magnetic tool that is stored in its base, so you don’t need to worry about grabbing one when you take the Gaia with you. The only problem I have is that the temperature control buttons are a little small, otherwise, this is a pretty well-optimized device.

Portability: The Gaia is a little over three inches tall and has rounded edges, so it slips easily into any pockets. Normally, I would give you a warning about the glass mouthpiece getting dirty, but Linx took care of that problem. They included a magnetic cap that protects the mouthpiece so portability is not at all an issue with the Gaia.

Build Quality: The Gaia has a brushed aluminum finish that looks great in all of the available colors, though I prefer the basic steel finish. That’s mainly because I like how the chrome accents on the base and the top stand out. Still, the Gaia looks great in all of its different colors, which are onyx, gold, and pink in case you were wondering.

Cleaning and Maintenance

Mouthpiece: Use a q-tip soaked in isopropyl alcohol to rub the inside and outside of the glass mouthpiece.

Herb Chamber: Remove the pick tool from the base of the device and use it to clean the excess residue from the herb chamber. Use the cleaning brush to clean what is left.

How to Use

  1. Remove the glass mouthpiece to expose the herb chamber, place your herb in the chamber, and replace the mouthpiece.
  2. Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
  3. Use the plus and minus buttons to select your temperature, and then hold down the power button to start the heating process.
  4. Once heating is complete, inhale from the mouthpiece while holding down the power button.

Temperature Range: 200°F – 428°F

Performance and Vapor Quality

Linx Gaia Performance
The quartz herb chamber keeps the flavor of the vapor pure through each session.

Vaporizer Performance: The Gaia only takes about twenty seconds to heat up, which is pretty quick for a dry herb vape. It also has a pretty low draw resistance, plus, it never gets too hot to the touch, even at higher temperatures.

Vapor Quality: The flavor quality is good because of the purity of the materials and the hybrid conduction/convection heating system. The quartz chamber keeps the flavor pure and so does the glass mouthpiece. The short air path does mean that you feel the heat of the vapor at higher temperatures. That is why I would recommend you stick to the temperatures in the 350° to 370° range. The flavor is better and the battery lasts longer at those settings.

Battery Performance: The battery has a capacity of 2200 mAh and can last for about two hours of average use, which is quite good for a portable vape. Unfortunately, it takes about three to four hours to charge, which, needless to say, is a little on the long side.

Linx Gaia vs Planet of the Vapes One vs Atmos Astra 2

The One and the Astra 2 are two similarly priced vapes that have a lot to offer. The One can vape both herb and wax, but it has the smallest battery of the three. The Astra 2 has a very cool design and offers different mouthpiece options. However, the Gaia is the only one that has a quartz herb chamber, and it has the widest temperature range.

Linx GaiaPlanet of the Vapes One VaporizerAtmos Astra 2
Compatible withDry herbDry herb, wax concentratesDry herb
Heating MethodConduction/ Convection hybridConduction/ Convection hybridConduction
Temperature Range200°F – 428°F320°F – 430°F300°F – 435°F
Battery Capacity2200 mAh1600 mAh2200 mAh
Battery DurationTwo hours30 to 40 minutes60 minutes
Recharge Time3 to 4 hours90 minutes3 to 4 hours
WarrantyOne year limitedTwo yearsFive year limited
Price$160 from Linx Vapor$139 from Planet of the Vapes$140 from Atmos

Bottom Line

Linx GAIA dry herb vaporizer review
9.2 Total Score
Linx GAIA Review Bottom Line

The Linx Gaia is a mid-priced vaporizer that looks and performs like a high-priced vaporizer. It has a quartz chamber and a glass mouthpiece, which are things that you don’t even see on top-tier vapes. The flavor is quite good, as you would expect with those accessories. If you’re looking for a high-quality vape without paying a high price, then the Gaia is a great option.

Who is it for: Anyone who doesn’t want to break the bank to buy a high-quality vaporizer. 

Who is it NOT for: Deep-pocketed vapers who don’t mind paying for the pricier vapes. The price might still be too high for some vapers. 

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Linx Gaia Coupon Codes (Authorized Dealers):

StorePriceCoupon
Linx Vapor$159.99N/a

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