Choosing The Best Vaporizer To Meet Your Needs
Desktop vaporizer or portable vape? Pen or mod? Which atomizer do I need? Should I choose an herbal vape or concentrate vape? Do I need a vaporizer for liquid oils or wax concentrates? These are all questions that might run through your mind as you begin to shop for your next, or even your first vaporizer. It can be a bit overwhelming with all of the different options on the market today. But don't worry! The 710 Source is here to help!
What is Vaping?
Vaping, or using a vaporizer to heat your dry herb, oil, or e-liquid to the perfect temperature without any actual combustion, is one of the newest technologies to hit the smoking game. Vaporizers
that are small, portable, and pocket sized, are often referred to as vape pens or sometimes dab pens. Larger stationary vaporizers are typically called desktop vaporizers. While both of these options have pros and cons, one might suit your needs better than the other.
One of the biggest attractions to both styles of vaporizers is the discretion that these products provide. Vaporizers and vape pens heat your oil or dry herb hot enough to allow you to enjoy the effects and flavors, without any actual combustion of the material. This provides a huge reduction in the amount of odor produced, allowing you to enjoy discretely wherever you may be.
Vape Pens, also referred to as dab pens, oils pens, wax pens, or portable vaporizers, have grown exponentially in popularity in recent years. Convenience and discretion have played a large part in the growth of these products because they allow users to vape on-the-go with low odor and ease of use. Vape pens are compatible with e-liquids, concentrates, or dry herb. Some vape pens are capable of vaporizing all three different material types, while others are designated specifically for one or two materials. This makes it important to know your preferred material type prior to making a purchase. The 710 Source is proud to carry the most popular and best selling vape pens from brands such as Kandy Pens, Source, Dr. Dabber, G Pen, Yocan, FireFly and many more.
are ideal for home use rather than on the go. Most desktop vaporizers are designed to be compatible with two or three different materials. Depending on if you prefer e-juice, dry herb, or concentrates will play a big part in your purchase decision. Larger than vape pens, these stationary units plug into a wall outlet and use convection heating to either automatically (fan powered), or manually (using a whip attachment) draw hot air through the material you wish to vaporizer. Desktop vaporizers can produce significantly more vapor and larger hits than most vape pens, making desktop vapes an ideal choice for users who primarily vape in the comforts of their own home.