How do you choose your first weed vaporizer? What should you look for in one, and what to avoid? This is where we come in. All you’ll need are these basic essentials in searching for your ideal vaporizer.
- Inclusions And Materials
It’s best to check out what exactly you’ll be getting in a vape package. There are brands that offer tons of add-ons to the actual vapes. These include but are not limited to extra nib screens, oven screens, a tool kit for cleaning and maintaining the vaporizer, charging cables, etc.
In fact, the more notable brands even include extra herb ovens. Make sure you’re getting the value of what you pay for with vaporizers that you can receive with awesome add-on deals.
- Number Of Vape Sessions With Each Charge
This second pro-recommendation has to do with how many times you can get a good (and stable) draft each time you charge the dry herb and concentrate vaporizer. The average vape stands somewhere around 10 uses before needing a recharge or a battery switch.
Be that as it may, if you’re wanting a vaporizer that requires less charging than average for more cannabis whiffs, there’s a separate number you should look out for. Select vaporizers that may be used at least over 15 times.
This one’s coupled with the next feature— battery capacity.
- Vaporizer Battery Capacity
Newer vapes today are installed with rechargeable batteries, whether they are detachable or not. What sets the bar high is these said batteries’ capacity. How many hours do their chargers need to be plugged in before their accompanying energy storage cells are full and ready to power up your vaporizer?
For power to the highest level (or at least, a little over and above the norm), 3000 to 35000mAh will be just right. There are battery capacities lower than this and they’ll work fine, too. They are more on the less expensive side. Should you select this, be prepared to hook up your vape to its charger more often.
- Nib And/Or Oven Screens
The screens in a vaporizer have to be as exact as “exact” comes. Many don’t realize it but said screens are critical in either properly allowing or obstructing vapour from being transferred from the heating chamber and through the mouthpiece.
Too large screens have the tendency to permit herb particles to permeate through. On the contrary, too-small screens can block the flow of vapour and provide you will much less of an aroma, let alone a whiff, per session.
- The Use Manual And/Or Quick Start Guide
We get that you’ve had your share of smoking a joint and have now finally been convinced to choose the healthier option of inhaling cannabis products— vaping. Or perhaps you’re new to the glories of safely using cannabis for its health benefits.
Whichever the case, a vaporizer and a vaporizer kit should always be accompanied by a manual or a quick start guide from the supplier/manufacturer themselves. It’s an approach to indirectly being assured that the product has been reviewed safe for use.
It’s best to check out what exactly you’ll be getting in a vape package. There are brands that offer tons of add-ons to the actual vapes. These vape starter kits include but are not limited to extra nib screens, oven screens, a tool kit for cleaning and maintaining the vaporizer, charging cables, etc.