Types of Dry Herb Vaporizers

Dec - 07
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Types of Dry Herb Vaporizers

Today I want to do something fun. I want to go over ten dry herb vaporizer.  It’s not gonna be a review on each vape per se. It’s just when I get this vaporizer in my hands what do I think, what thoughts come to my mind.

Different Dry Herb Vaporizer

Fury 2 by Healthy Rips

fury rips

This is Fury 2 by Healthy Rips is one of the best dry herb vaporizers. It’s really inexpensive. That’s one of its best assets but its other best asset I would say is as a microdose. I use this with the water pipe attachment and I just rip this through the water. It’s a really good vaporizer for somebody who likes to use it like that. I would recommend maybe upgrading from the plastic mouthpiece. I don’t love that thing but you know, it hits all boxes it has good battery life, single degree temperature adjustment and definitely one I would recommend.

DynaVap  (Omni Vap Titanium)

dynavap omnivap

This is you know a bunker vaporizer. You can heat this up with pretty much absolutely anything. It hits all good categories, I mean it has good flavor, has good efficiency looks really cool a lot of variety as well. They have the ever-popular DynaVap M which is a really good vaporizer for someone who’s just getting into it but lots people end up upgrading to something like the titanium model. It’s the one I would go to but you know of course it’s the most expensive in the lineup.

Ghost M V1

Ghost MV1 – This is a heavy hitter. This actually won my heavy hitter of the Year award last year and it has an absolutely amazing flavor. It’s full convection so you get that really strong effects, really strong flavor. I went over but you get pretty good efficiency. I find it requires stirring to get the best efficiency. I see this as a device that doesn’t really benefit from the app all that much but it is a vaporizer I go back to time and time again for the on-demand convection power.

Firefly 2

This is one I’ve kind of I want to say fell out of love with because it is one of the greatest dry herb vaporizers, has amazing materials. It’s really easy to clean. Easy to keep clean for concentrate. It does perform really well performs well. For dry herb as well. The only reason I can’t give it top marks is I find that it gets sticky faster than most vapes and you have to stir it to get the best efficiency and it just ends up being a little bit messy.  For true connoisseur flavor, this is good for dry herb or for concentrate.

Flowermate V5

This is a really good vaporizer. Another entry-level vape from flower mate has an internally stored glass mouthpiece, black ceramic oven, single degree temperature adjustment, and removable battery. It’s at a super affordable price. Flowermate has made some solid vapes but this actually looks nice and it has single degree temperature adjustment. It’s a really good choice for an entry-level vape.

Arizer (Argo)

This is like the solo like the air you get. Very similar experience but in something that’s infinitely smaller it has an internally stored glass mouthpiece so the little pop-top just goes up and down to protect the glass mouthpiece. It has a full glass air path full glass stem you can fit quite a bit in here as well load that up just like that to protect it. This one goes in my pocket a lot because I love having the glass mouthpiece for something this size with this portability. View it Here

Sticky Brick Jr.

This is really a vape that got me into the dry herb. In general, you heat this one differently than with a DynaVap. You inhaled the direct butane heat and so you get the throat feel that really tells you when to pull it back when to push it in a little bit more.

But this is one of the awesome dry herb vaporizerss that gives you full convection heating amazing flavor and just absolutely unreal efficiency. The bowl just goes and it goes and it goes.  There’s also a water pipe adapter for this, so you can use it with your way to go. With those just massive hits, you can get from it.

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