Buying your first vaporizer can be more challenging than it sounds. There’s tons of information out there and it can be hard to sift through it all…even harder when you’re not familiar with the terminology. Even experienced vapers can be overwhelmed by the constant evolution of new and improving vaporizer technology.
From the single medium pen that produces abundant vapor from either e-liquid, dry herb or wax; to the multi-medium unit that offers compatible cartridges for all three, the wide selection of options guarantees there’s a vaporizer out there for you. It’s all about how you want to use and enjoy your device.
For starters, it’s good to identify a few reliable sources whose tips you can rely on. Check out this recent review of our very own V2 Pro Series 3, a multi-medium vaporizer. The reviewer notes that even seemingly small developments in design like magnetic chargers, generous cartridge capacity, and easy loading can make the difference between seamless vaping and repeated frustration. Just another thing to keep in mind when choosing your vaporizer.
The sky’s the limit when it comes to customizing your vaporizer experience. These days, you have control over just about everything – the type of vaporizer (microcig or tank), what material you’re vaping (liquid, dry leaves or wax), nicotine level (we offer as high as 2.4% and as low as zero), flavor (single, combined, or customized flavors), color, battery, and more. In fact, there’s such an abundance of choice that customizing can be somewhat confusing – even for the experienced. It’s always best to buy from a company with a stellar customer support team. How many mediums do you want to enjoy? Would you like one vaporizer that does it all or would you prefer to have a different vaporizer for each medium? How much control do you want over vapor production? And of course, don’t disregard the look and feel of the device in your hand. You’re going to be looking at it while you vape, so it should be something you like.
Always a good resource, Reddit has a Q&A forum devoted to obscure topics with questions and answers from vapers with first-hand experience. You can check it out here.
For some, price will be the ultimate decider to choosing the right vaporizer. But buying a cheap product could end up being more expensive in the long run – as the old adage goes, you get what you pay for. There are few things as frustrating as technology that doesn’t work. If you opt to pay a little more for a quality vaporizer, you can usually expect to have an all-around better experience; from vapor quality to the life of the device. As always, it’s important to do your research.
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