When it comes to enjoying your weed, many stoners have put down their joints, blunts, edibles and bowls for good and opted for the convenience of using a vaporizer. Vaporizer Bud heat your cannabis to a low enough temperature that it doesn’t combust or burn, but at a high enough level to fully decarboxylate the terpenes and make the experience flavorful and satisfying.
These devices have come a long way since the days of modified heat guns, they’re digitized, connect to the internet and have a Swiss army knife design approach (most offer concentrate mods and special heating cycles for oil). However, the market has also been flooded with vaporizers that try to do too much and end up not doing any of it well.
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This vaporizer is a perfect example, with a sleek, anodized aluminum and borosilicate glass cylinder it is the most premium feeling herb vaporizer I’ve ever tested, at a price point that’s more than fair. It’s also extremely versatile and can handle e liquid and concentrates as well as dry herb.
If you’re in the market for a dry herb vaporizer, then I highly recommend taking a look at this one from Mig Vapor. Their Torpedo is a solid, affordable device with one of the largest chambers on the market and a massive battery to power it all. If you can afford to spend a bit more then I’d suggest looking at Storz & Bickel’s CRAFTY which is a little bit more expensive but offers silky smooth hits and unbeatable build quality.