Vape Pen Prices What Should I Aim to Get Out of a Quality Product?

Vape Pen Prices What Should i Aim for to get out of Quality Product?

Vaping has become increasingly popular in recent years, and although it won’t be legal in Canada until the end of 2019, Canadians are impatiently waiting for the 2nd wave of legalized products to hit the market so they can enjoy the convenient vape pens that we all know and love.

Until then, let’s have a look at the best marijuana vape pens you can buy online right now.

What to Look for In a Vape Pen

No matter if you’re buying a new vape pen, or your first vape pen ever, the process of choosing the one that suits you the most is pretty much the same.

Here are some of the factors you need to consider in order to get the vape pen that’s just right for you:

  1. Features/Specifications

The first things you need to check when shopping for a new vape pen are its features and specifications. You need to see if the features it offers are suitable for the price, and see how it matches up to other similar vape pens available on the market.

When it comes to the features, here are the 5 most important things you’ll need to check out:

  • Size
  • Battery life
  • Heating element
  • Temperature settings
  • Reservoir volume
  • Vapor quality and flavor

The next thing you’ll need to consider is the quality and taste of the vapor. Although you won’t be able to test out the device before you buy it, there are tons of online reviews from real users that can help you out with that.

You’ll need to consider the taste of the vapor, whether it’s harsh or smooth and whether it has a weak or flavorful taste, and decide which taste and flavor suits you the most.

  • Design

The design is also an important factor to many users, and by design we don’t just mean whether it’s stylish and looks good in your hand, but also whether it feels good in your hand and mouth, and whether it’s a good and easily portable size.

  • Maintenance and Battery Life

Most people typically buy vape pens for their convenience and ease of use, which is why they are not very happy if there’s a lot of maintenance, if the vape pen isn’t easy to clean, or if it requires daily charging.

Before you make your choice, check out the battery quality, battery life and type of battery that the vape pen comes with, so that you know what you’re getting yourself into.

  • Heating Method

There are three types of heating methods used in vape pens:

Conduction is a heating method where your vaping material is in direct contact with the heating element. This unfortunately means that you end up wasting a part of your material because of the increased combustion. One positive side to this method is that you don’t have to wait for the material to heat up, and you can smoke almost immediately. 

Convection is the process when the vaping material isn’t in direct contact with the heating element. While this method takes more time, it does reduce extra combustion which means it doesn’t waste your vaping material. These vape pens are usually a bit pricier than the conventional ones, but at least you don’t lose a part of your vaping material due to fast combustion.

Induction is the third type of heating that’s found in vape pens. This process involves magnetic fields. This heating method is not as common, but it is becoming a bit more present and might soon become a standard method like the other two. The best thing about this method is that it burns the vaping material evenly and doesn’t allow for any unwanted combustion or wasting of any vaping material.

Top 6 Best Vape Pens for 2019

Let’s have a look at the top 5 ranked vape pens for 2019, according to their dimensions, price, battery size, charging time, and design.

Pax 3

Cost: $319.99

Pros:

  • Dual-use vaporizer (herb and concentrates)
  • Extended battery life
  • Industry-leading heat technology
  • 2X powerful oven
  • 8 – 10 Sessions per charge
  • Vibration Notifications
  • 10 year limited warranty

Cons:

  • Doesn’t work as well with concentrates as with herb

DR. Dabber Aurora Kit

Cost: $132.65

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Perfect for beginners
  • Stylish
  • Simple and easy to use

Cons:

  • The hits are not as smooth

LINX Ember

Cost: $69.36

Pros:

  • Best price and performance
  • Great design
  • No spills
  • With a vapor window
  • 3 temperature settings
  • Sesh mode for group sessions
  • Quality, medical grade stainless steel
  • Plastic and paint free

Cons:

  • Average battery life

Dipper

Cost: $150

Pros:

  • Great design
  • Smooth hits
  • Easy to use
  • Portable
  • Great flavor
  • Innovative
  • 1-Year no hassle warranty
  • Micro-USB rechargeable battery

Cons:

  • Solid performance, but not the best on the market

Arizer Solo 2 Vaporizer

Cost: $ 299.99

Pros:

  • Fast heat up time
  • Excellent vapor quality
  • Long battery life
  • With a digital display and easy to use buttons
  • Customized and personalized vaping sessions
  • 15-20 seconds heating time
  • Open airflow
  • Strong and durable built

Cons:

  • The tube and the inner part of the heating element can retain residue that can be difficult to clean

Kandypens Elite

Cost: $80

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Good performance
  • Discreet
  • Solid battery life
  • Four-level heating options
  • Leak proof technology
  • Lifetime Warranty (Battery)
  • Handmade

Cons:

  • Unexceptional vapor flavor and texture
  • The lowest temperature setting is too low to get the desired effect

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *