Today we are looking at a brand-new desktop vape called The Ditanium. The Ditanium seems simple enough; a convection based vaporizer with a ceramic heating post and single radial dial.
Da Buddha Vape is from 7th Floor Vapes ( 7thfloorvapes.com ), they are an outfit out of Colorado so they may know a thing or two about the weed game. 7th Floor produces a nice line of high performance vapes, mostly plug in, and the Da Buddha and it's big brother, the Silver Surfer, seem to be the most popular. Both are simple to use, whip style vapes with the latter having a bit of an artistic edge over the former. Since I'm in Canada, I purchased mine from vaporizers.ca
I got my first X Max v2 back in 2015 and I still use it today!! This is one of the great things about a vape with a replaceable battery... longevity! The new one I received in the mail is even nicer as it has a slightly updated control and new glass accessories (extra). The updated controls are simple... click three times to turn on and hold button for two seconds to advance temperature through the five preset levels. This is a conduction vaporizer with a fairly large ceramic chamber. Flavour on the x-max is great likely due to the fact it makes use of an isolated air intake with lots of venting.
The flow is very well built, has good weight and preforms wonderfully! The unit itself has a unique tear drop design that feels great in the hand. The design is minimalist with just one button and a row of five LED's to indicate temperature settings. Design wise the Flow is similar to the Firefly with it's magnetic top plate, chamber position and air path. Unlike the Firefly however, this is a session style vape rather than an on demand one and for a guy like me with a higher tolerance, that's what I prefer! The chamber is quartz lined and heats up in an amazing 40 seconds!
Hey Everybody! Got my hands on the Magnum 2 from Puri5 this week and I am impressed! This is the successor of sorts to the Magnum, a conduction pen style vaporizer released by Puri5 around a year and a half ago. The Magnum 2 keeps the slick cigar style design but now features to the degree temperature control and a removable and replaceable battery!
Have you heard of the APX vaporizer? I hadn't until last week and I don't know how I missed this one! The APX is a value priced entry level vape with some serious high level performance! Don't get me wrong, this isn't on the same level as a Pax 3 or Mighty but when looking at the under $150 landscape, the APX is a contender!
Got another great vaporizer from Vape Dynamics! This time it is the Laguna and I am pretty impressed! The Laguna is based off of the Imag+ design and is a cylindrical cigar shaped portable... for on the go this is my very favorite kind of style! Other vapes in this category would be the X Max, The Magnum and The Focus Vape.
Hey Everybody!! Just got back from an exciting trip to California and what do I find? A box of goodies from the folks at VapeDynamics!! One of the most interesting things received was the VapeDynamics VNail! This is a portable enail device that works with any battery with 510 threading! It's rated for up to 1000 degrees and it reaches temperature in less than 10 seconds!
The good times keep coming from Puri5 as I received my second vaporizer from them in a month! This time it is the Aviator 2! The original Aviator was a nifty little device, very small and pocketable, created great clouds but had a few quirks that could be improved upon... the Aviator 2 makes those improvements, and then some!
I have a brand new vape to add to my collection and this one is going to be a head turner! This is the Puri5 Deja Vu and it is really something special! This vape is brought to us from distributor Puri5, I'm a big fan of this company as they have a real knack for sourcing some fantastic vaporizers and the Deja vu is no exception... in fact, I will go so far as to say this has been the BEST offering from Puri5 to date!
The VapeXhale Cloud Evo arrived the other day and I have been itching to try it out. Now the Cloud Evo is not a new vape by any means, it's been available on the market for quite some time. The Evo however, is considered one of the "elite" desktops due to its legendary performance and the incorporation of the Hydratube water filtration system.
I’ve been on the hunt for a portable “Grab & Go” style vaporizer for some time. The kind I can toss in a coat pocket and bring with me when I’m out on the town. I have an Arizer Solo and love it to death but the glass stems are fragile and can be cumbersome to fill on the fly. So what’s a fella to do?