New Boundless Vapes

At the Champs show in Las Vegas that took place from February 19 – 21, we got to check out some upcoming vaporizers from Boundless. We were pretty intrigued by them, and after checking out the rest of this article, I think you will be too. With the recent release of the Tera and the upcoming releases of these new vaporizers, it looks like Boundless is going to be doing it big in 2018. Here’s what you can expect from them in the coming months.

Boundless CFC 2.0

The CFC 2.0 dry herb vaporizer is, of course, an upgrade to the original Boundless CFC and is also the device we have the most info on so far. The CFC 2.0 measures 5.2 x 1.3 x 1.2 inches so it’s still super portable. However it’s been redesigned with a rounder, more cylindrical look compared to the flat rectangle of the original.

It feels much better to hold and the new mouthpiece has better airflow and is now heat resistant. That’s great because the mouthpiece overheating was a big problem with the original. Here’s what else you can expect from the Boundless CFC 2.0 when it launches:

  • Conduction heating
  • A ceramic chamber that can hold 0.5 grams of herb
  • Precise temperature control: 140°F – 446°F
  • An included Water Pipe Adapter
  • Swappable 18650 battery
  • Retails for $89
Boundless CFC 2.0
The CFC 2.0 has a more ergonomic shape than its predecessor.

Boundless CF Micro

I guess it’s not a big mystery on what the standout feature of this weed vape is. Yeah, it’s really small. Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand but despite its size, the Micro has a lot of interesting features. It heats up super fast and since you can take it anywhere, you can use it for quick, covert sessions pretty much anywhere. Check out some of its other noteworthy features:

  • Three temperature settings: 380°F | 400°F | 420°F
  • Thirty second heat up for the lowest temperature setting
  • Uses an interchangeable 18350 battery
  • Will retail for $59

Boundless Uno

The Uno weed vaporizer is basically an upgrade to the Boundless CFV, so why isn’t it called the CFV 2.0? You’ll have to ask Boundless, but no matter what it’s called, the Uno looks like it will be a pretty solid vaporizer. It has the same heating element as the Tera but has a stainless steel oven instead of the Tera’s ceramic. It seems like it will sit just below the Tera in terms of features and price. Here’s what else to expect from the Uno:

  • Stainless steel oven
  • Granular temperature control
  • Plastic, swiveling mouthpiece folds away for convenience

The Sesh

The Sesh is short for session vaporizer so you know what Boundless is going for with this dry herb vape. Oddly enough, it doesn’t seem like this will carry the Boundless name, I can’t say why but if it performs well then it won’t really matter. The Sesh is supposed to be pretty affordable so it looks like it could be a solid entry level vaporizer with some great features, like the following:

  • LCD display
  • Large temperature range
  • Interchangeable 18650 battery
  • Magnetic mouthpiece
  • Will retail for under $100

The Core

Wait, am I seeing things? An actual desktop vaporizer! It turns out that they aren’t extinct after all. Still, with the popularity of desktop vapes far outshined by the portable kind, Boundless had to do something special to get people interested in this practically dormant category. So they did.

The Core stands out in a number of ways, the most immediately noticeable being its design. The Core looks like a big music box with wood panelling and a hinged top cover to complete the resemblance. It’s also wireless and has a built in Bluetooth speaker! So it’s easy to take it from room to room and/or use it for some nice mood music. I’m excited, here are some of it’s big features:

  • Slightly smaller than most desktop vaporizers
  • Uses two 18650 batteries instead of a wall plug
  • Large oven
  • Integrated Bluetooth speaker

New Boundless Vapes: Final Thoughts

Boundless has given us a lot to get excited about, including an honest to goodness desktop vaporizer. I’m interested to see how people react to it, I certainly can’t wait to try it. We can’t forget about their selection of portables either, they all look good but I’ve got my eye on the Micro.

Big features in a small, affordable package are always interesting. Of course, you know where to get detailed reviews of all these products when they launch. Here’s a hint, you’re already there and we’ll be sure to put these vapes through their paces once they get here. Until then, thanks for reading!

A huge proponent of the vaping lifestyle who would love it if everyone who smokes makes the switch to vaping instead. Loves CBD and would like to see it infused into everything. Aside from the world of vaping, he also loves reading, health & fitness, gadgets & technology, and culture, both the pop and regular kind.

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