What’s A Dry Herb Vape Pen?

If you’ve heard chatter recently about cannabis vaporizers and nicotine e-cigarette vapes, and you’ve been a veteran smoker for years and years, it’s understandable if you feel a bit overwhelmed with the whole new vocabulary of terms. One distinction that might be overlooked is the difference between a dry herb vape pen and a typical dry herb portable vaporizer. The same general technology is behind both types of devices; it’s just execution and design which differ. As the name suggests, a vape pen is shaped well, like a pen. Compared to a lot of portable vaporizers, the performance of a dry herb vape pen can be sorely lackluster, but that doesn’t mean they can’t do the trick for some people.
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Why Get A Vape Pen?

    Not everyone has the luxury of living in a home environment or a community that doesn’t frown upon the use of cannabis, medical or recreational. For some people, the added discretion that a vape pen brings to the table by appearing to most people as a simple E-cigarette is essential. Yes, cramming that type of technology into such a small format comes with its sacrifices, but some super vape pens are out there for dry herb and concentrate enthusiasts alike.

V2 Pro Series 3X:

    This vape pen, in my own humble, personal opinion, is a cut above the rest. For 140$, it’s quite a bit more pricey than some other cheap ‘made in China’ models you can find online, but it delivers in every regard.  As is pretty typical of V2 products, this dry herb vape pen is not just a dry herb vape pen at all. It’s actually a three in one vaporizer that can vape herbs or concentrates, plus e-liquids as well. IT comes with different cartridges for all of these options, and you’re free to create your own e-liquids with THC, nicotine, CBD, or anything you like if you know how. You can also adjust the temperature, voltage, and airflow, so it doesn’t get much more customizable than that in the world of vape pens. You’re welcome to look, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find anything that delivers so much for this low of a cost.

Jessica J. Underwood
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