Most of us will remember 2020 for an exceptionally long time, and most of those memories will center around our homes as we spent most of the year trapped in them, trying to find different fun ways to entertain us. Although several new vaporizers managed to find their way onto the market, we definitely missed the usual release of new vaporizers that you would expect in a COVID-free year.
However, all that free time did have one advantage. We had the entire year to mess around with different devices, find out the best ways to use them, and even experiment with a few different settings that we didn’t have time to play around with. Hopefully, despite all the chaos, you found the time to enjoy a few good sessions yourself!
For many dry herb users, concentrates are a product that they aren’t awfully familiar with. Let’s be honest, and the whole concentrate scene can be a little intimidating. However, with more free time this year, a lot of vapers have chosen to experiment and take a look at concentrates and what they have to offer.
If you have been thinking of trying concentrates for yourself or switching from concentrates to dry herbs, then the following two devices are the perfect way to bridge the gap between the worlds of vaping and concentrates.
If you want a vaporizer that’s dedicated to dry herbs, then it’s hard to look past what the G Pen Dash has to offer. This great little vaporizer certainly packs a punch and delivers users with some delicious and tasty vapor.
It features three different temperature options, including 375°F, 401°F, and 475°F, a stainless steel heating path that will allow the natural flavor of your dry herb to flourish. The added inclusion of haptic feedback means that you’ll know exactly when your G Pen Dash is ready to use and has reached your desired temperature. You’ll never overcook your dry herb again or miss the optimal vaping time.
One of the biggest selling points for the G Pen Dash is the ease of use. There isn’t a steep learning curve with the G Pen Dash, so you won’t spend hours trying to work out how to use it. Although let’s be honest, time is one thing we all seem to have a lot of lately.
When it comes to different options for concentrate devices, we’re truly spoiled for choices as there are hundreds of high-quality concentrate devices available on the market. One of the most popular choices on the market was the Boundless Terp Pen simply because it’s one of the easiest concentrate devices to master.
If you’re looking for a straightforward concentrate pen, then nothing is more straightforward than the Boundless Terp Pen. If you’re more used to using dry herb devices and find yourself making a little mess each time you use concentrates, then the Boundless Terp Pen is perfect.
Operating the Boundless Terp Pen is simple. Just take the ceramic coil of the Boundless Terp Pen, dip it into your favorite concentrate, and take a draw. Included with the Boundless Terp Pen is also a carb cap that helps make the process a little more discreet as well as speeding up the loading process.
The Boundless Terp Pen features only one operating temperature, but it was designed to be useful for a variety of different types of concentrates, and with some clever manipulation of the carb cap and airflow, you’ll be surprised how versatile this concentrate pen truly is.
We don’t blame concentrate users for being a little, how can we say, upset about the new concentrate devices available this year. With limited manufacturing, production, and distribution channels available, manufacturers pretty much took a year off from releasing new devices. However, two companies managed to release a device, G Pen and Dr. Dabber.
The latest from Dr. Dabber is the Dr. Dabber Boost EVO. It features six different calibrated temperature options that will help vapers to explore the full flavor range of their materials, and you’ll have the choice to focus on either flavor, vapor production, or a combination of both. One of the most exciting aspects of the Dr. Dabber Boost EVO is that the temperature control is designed for even hitting throughout the entire vape. The temperature control keeps every vaping session you have silky smooth from start to finish. When you combine that with water filtration, you’re getting a smooth vape regardless of the temperature you choose.
Water filtration hasn’t been an easy trick to master, but a few vaporizers have managed to do it, including the G Pen Roam. The G Pen Roam utilizes a hydro tube design that will smooth out your draw. While many people are intimidated by mixing water with electronics, the hydro tube is super durable, and they’ve designed the G Pen Roam to stand up to just about anything you throw at it. Just don’t go throwing it around!
It’s going to be another rough start to the year, with most countries still in some form of lockdown. Hopefully, manufacturers spent the year designing even better devices to release soon, but until they choose to start releasing them, we’re all going to need to be a little patient!
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