If your looking to purchase a new portable vaporizer than you've come to the right place. At VaporSmooth we have articles that talk about all the newest and best vaporizers o the market. Weather you are looking for a dry herb weed vaporizer or a concentrate vaporizer you will find many great devices to choose from. By browsing the site you will find weed vaporizer reviews on many of the best existing portable vaporizers as well as new and innovative devices that are still in the works.
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If you know what type of vaporizer you are looking for than you can go ahead and choose the category from one of the links below or by using the menu in the header. If you are new to the world of portable vaporizer and all you know is that weed vaporizers exist, than continue reading and we will help you understand what types there are, why you might want to get one, and what one's come recommended by other vape enthusiasts.
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Portable Weed Vaporizer Reviews - Types and Options
The two main types of portable vaporizers in terms of the type of medium you are going to vape are 1. dry herb vaporizers and 2. concentrate vaporizers. Dry herb weed vaporizers are as the name implies used to vape dry herb/loose leaf, the way nature created it right from the plant. Concentrates vaporizers are vapes that can be used with cannabis that has been turned into a oil, wax, butter type substances. Make sure when you are choosing your portable vaporizer that it is capable of vaping your desired medium. Some vaporizers are capable of vaping more than 1 type of medium while others can only vape a certain type. So if you plan on vaping both dry herbs and concentrates than get one that can do both, or you will need to get more than one device.
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Other things to consider when choosing a portable weed vaporizer are how strong the battery life is, how long it takes to charge, what materials is it made from, does the device get hot, how big is the oven, is it effortless to draw from, how much does it cost, is it convection or conduction, how good is the warranty... and so on. Convection vaporizers are one's where the heat rises and the medium heats up by airflow, while conduction vaporizers are made so the medium heats up by touch. Each have their pro's and cons - you can read more on convection vs conduction vaporizers here. Companies like PAX and DaVinci offer pretty good warranties so they are worth checking out.
If you have some free time you should go through some of the product reviews listed on this site to get an idea of how vaporizers can be different. You can do so by using the 'recent posts' option in the header. There are a ton of cool devices and each have different features that make them unique. Some portable vaporizers use water for additional filtration like the Hydrology 9, while other use integrated software and bluetooth technology that can pair your device with your phone and you can use an app to monitor things like number of hits, or temperature settings. Some portable vaporizers are just tough, durable and have no extra abilities other than to vape. The Dipper Dab Pen from DipSticks is a dab pen made for only concentrates that can vape by heated tip, or by loading and heating the oven.