In function, think of the Prrl as a handheld oven.
The Expedition, part of a new line of Vessel premium oil vaporizers, has branded itself as an inventive, more durable upgrade of the basic oil vape.
In the cannabis world, we’re seeing a lot of this now, as upstarts refine existing designs and give consumers choices. Here are three new products that stand out.
The DaVinci IQ’s app is up and running, and boy is it slick. It’s totally intuitive, makes a connection as easily as Bluetooth headphones and allows you to set up custom preset paths to bake the most out of any particular flower over a set time period. It heats up fast—about 2 degrees per second—and displays the temperature on a retro-futuristic array of dots.
Vaporizers come in all shapes and sizes, but it’s the portable units that have become increasingly popular over the past few years.
Cannabis’s creeping legalization and the fast spread of portable loose-leaf vaporizers present a similar business opportunity for Dre’s old homie Snoop Dogg, who can capitalize on his own reputation as a noted weed enthusiast in much the same way his colleague did with his reputation as a studio rat. So Snoop has paired with Grenco Science for a line of G Pen vaporizers, including the new Snoop Dogg Bush G Pro ($120, comes with a copy of the new Snoop record).
PORTABLES: Pax 2 $280, paxvapor.com. The Pax 2 does for vaporizers what the iPod did for tunes. It’s that slick, that intuitive and that handy. This sleek aluminum tube—nearly identical in size to a switchblade—is small, light and discreet. Just hold the tube to your mouth and inhale from the narrow slit on the edge of … Continue reading Loose-Leaf Vaporizer Buyer’s Guide
Last Saturday, Oregon Leaf magazine threw a party I had been eagerly anticipating. The event, Tannins & Terpenes, featured alcohol and cannabis paired in an industrial Southeast Portland warehouse,Potlander