Kit and Accessories
- Utillian 5
- Twisted kanthal coil atomizer
- Triple titanium coil atomizer
- Dab tool
- USB charging cable
Compatibility: The Utillian 5 is compatible with solid concentrates like wax, shatter, budder, crumble, etc.
Design and Features
General Design: The Utillian 5 is a little wider than most wax pens, and has a big metal mouthpiece sticking out of the top. It’s not a bad looking device, but it is a somewhat generic looking one, down to the silver and dark grey color scheme that is fairly commonplace. Like most vape pens, it has a single power button to control the power and heat selection functions.
Attaching the different atomizers is pretty simple and the loading procedure doesn’t take too long. Also, the USB port is on the side of the device, so it can stand upright while it charges. The 5 might not be much of a looker, but it certainly functions well.
Portability: Despite its girth, the 5 easily fits into any pocket. Well, easily might be a bit of an exaggeration, but it will fit. So, purses and backpacks will hold it effortlessly as well.
How to Use
- Remove the mouthpiece to expose the coils of the atomizer.
- Dab your wax on to the coils and then replace the mouthpiece.
- Press the power button five times to turn on the device.
- Select one of the preset voltage settings by pressing the power button twice.
- Inhale from the mouthpiece once heating is complete.
Voltage Settings: 2.2V | 2.4V | 2.6V | 2.8V
Performance and Vapor Quality
Vapor Quality: First of all, the 5 is not for beginners because it hits hard. No matter which atomizer you choose, you’ll be getting incredibly intense vapor and big clouds. So, if you prefer dense vapor over rich flavor, then this is the vape pen for you. If you still want some flavor, then you should choose the kanthal coils, it can output huge vapor clouds but you can still get some flavor as long as you choose one of the two lower settings. That combo brought me the most satisfaction since I’m all about the flavor.
Now, if you’re all about lung threatening hits and fog-like vapor, then the triple titanium coils are for you. Even if you like extreme vaping, those coils might knock you flat on your back. That coil delivered some of the biggest, harshest rips I’ve experienced in a while. Even on the lower voltage settings, it hits hard. That’s actually pretty impressive since the 5 uses a ceramic rod instead of the quartz that you usually see in these coil rod atomizers.
Battery Performance: The Utillian 5 goes big here too since it uses a huge 1050 mAh battery. Normally, 900 mAh is pushing the upper reaches of vape pen batteries, but the 5 surges past those limits. If you’re a moderate vaper—which you kind of have to be with a vape this strong, then you can go for about a week before even thinking of a recharge.