The Dabado Bolt Pro is an easy to use e-nail that’s great for beginners but not so much for experts. That’s because it doesn’t have precise temperature controls, rather it simply has upper and lower temperature ranges. Even though it has extra large nails and a removable heating element, it’s still more suitable for first time e-nail users.
The G Pen Gio is one of the better proprietary oil vaporizers that I’ve tried because of how cool it looks and the great flavor quality. The cartridge variety isn’t as good as it is with 510 cartridges but it is still pretty solid, with a lot of great strains to choose from. If you don’t mind—or even prefer—using proprietary cartridges, then you should get a Gio for yourself.
The HoneyStick Bee Master 510 Battery is another entry into the market of 510 threaded batteries. There are a ton of these out there, so what makes this one distinct? Aside from its colorful paint job, the answer is not much. This doesn’t mean that it’s bad, it’s a pretty solid battery that works well with any cartridge you pair it with. But is it better than any other solid, workhorse type 510 battery? Not really.
If you’re ready to try out the CBD craze and the pre-filled oil cartridge craze, then the Atmos Nano Prime 510 Battery is what you need. This is a 510 threaded battery that can accommodate any compatible cartridge and has features that you see in many oil vaporizers. The low price is just icing on the cake.
The HoneyStick Sport is perfect for beginners ready to try out the intensity and big clouds of sub-ohm vaping. It’s also a great device for those already ensconced in that world. The reason that it’s great for both types of user is that it’s pretty easy to use despite the advanced feature set. It also delivers great, intense flavor and looks good doing it. If that sounds interesting to you, give the HoneyStick Sport a try.
A good tank of CBD or THC oil needs a good battery. The O.pen Vape 2.0 is just such a battery. It pairs perfectly with any 510 compatible tank like peanut butter and jelly, or like peanut butter and chocolate, or like peanut butter and . . . everything. If you have a lonely pre-filled or refillable oil tank lying around, give it the perfect companion with the O.pen Vape 2.0 battery.
The Dabado Bolt V2 is a decent e-nail, but I’ve used better ones. Ones that offer precise temperature control, vapor that never feels too warm, and a bigger temperature range. Since the Bolt V2 doesn’t offer any of those choices, it isn’t recommended for experienced e-rig users.
The HoneyStick Ripper is a follow up to the HoneyStick Rippo, and in many ways, it is a worthy one. However, even though it is better than before thanks to a cooler look and the ability to vape wax and oil, it’s still not a great extract vaporizer. The reason is that it has an uncomfortable vaping position and switching or refilling the wax and oil tanks is a very laborious process. The Ripper is a solid vape that’s great for discreet use but if it’s functionality and user-friendliness you want, then this is not your best option.
The DynaVap M is an analog vaporizer that doesn’t use batteries or electricity. Instead you heat up the tip with a lighter, it’s like a metal joint! Only more convenient since you can reuse it indefinitely and there’s no combustion. The DynaVap M delivers big on both flavor and intensity. The DynaVap M might seem primitive at first but use it just once and you’ll discover that it’s one of the more forward thinking vaporizers around.
Yocan Evolve Plus XL is bigger and badder than its predecessor the Evolve Plus. It features quad coil atomizer, adjustable airflow and magnet connection, it is indeed the best vape pen at its price point. This thing is capable of putting out some serious clouds, but it hits pretty damn hot. It is a good device if you like quartz coils and want something that can hold a lot of concentrate at once (especially with the built-in jar that holds about 1g of wax).
The KandyPens K-Stick Supreme is a small, portable way to turn concentrates into vapor. Although the experience isn’t that enjoyable compared to other high-end vape pens on the market it gets the job done. K-Stick Supreme is a great option for wax lovers on a budget, as well as those who want a very easy-to-conceal vape for carrying around wherever you go.
Do you prefer wax, dry-herb or oil? If you are anything like me, by now you have realized that you really don’t have a preference and the one thing you really love is getting high. Whether you enjoy weed, wax, or oil, the Yocan Evolve is the right pen for YOU! Yes, that’s right, you can enjoy your vape in 3 different ways and if that is not enough, there is no wait time for your session since it heats up almost instantly.
The KandyPens Special K is a discreet, highly portable oil vaporizer that does a great job of vaping all of your essential oils. The 510 threading means that it can work with your favorite CBD and THC cartridges. The fast heat time means that you can vape whenever you want. Those qualities make the Special K a versatile, convenient oil vaporizer.
There are few better choices than the Dabix Ion when it comes to portable, discreet use of 510 cartridges. There are better choices when it comes to batteries that offer voltage selection, but that isn’t what the Ion is about. It’s about quick, covert hits and is perfect for that.
The VapeDynamics Cora is a nice looking e-cig that manages to stand out from the crowd. I like how nicely it uses e-juice and nicotine salts, but wasn’t too impressed by the oil performance. It wasn’t bad but it wasn’t anything special either. My biggest gripe is how often the pods need replacing, that could make a cheap e-cig become really expensive really quickly.