When you first see the Vapman you will be drawn to it because of the case, it is a completely unique design and something that has never been seen on a vaporizer before.
The Vapman is made by the Swiss and is a hand crafted portable vaporizer. When you first see it, you may think that it is just something of a novelty, but it has impressive performance and is different to the more conventional vaporizers around.
There are similar vaporizers that produce a good quality vape, but tend to leave a plastic taste in your mouth. These vaporizers also lack the preferable temperature setting and there are even some that burn the plant material instead of vaporizing it.
With the Vapman you have all of the power. It comes with a jet flame lighter that you will use to heat the gold plated copper heat sink. It is advised that you should have a controlled two to three second bursts so that you get the best performance from the Vapman.
As you are able to control the heat as well as the airflow with the holes on top you are able to get your preference of thickness of vapor. You will need to experiment and practice this, but once you have got the hang of it then you will vape with the best.
The only problem is the amount of fuel that you can have in your lighter, but with a battery-operated vaporizer you could have a similar issue.
There are a few little issues with the Vapman, but overall it is Swiss Excellency.
Once you know how to use the Vapman you can vape your dry herbs in no time at all.
The Arizer Air is a portable conduction and convection vaporizer and is the newer version of the Solo.
The Arizer Air is able to fit nicely in your pocket with the smallest mouthpiece attached. You are also able to get a selection of mouthpieces for the Air and the unit as a whole is easy to grip.
There are 5 different temperature settings on the Air and is heated through a ceramic heating element. It is a good idea to start with the lower setting and bump it up.
The ceramic chamber is of high quality and has an all glass vapor path. You will be able to get about 0.2 grams of dry herb in the bowl.
The Arizer Air uses a replaceable 18650 internal rechargeable li-ion battery. The battery only lasts about 12 to 15 minutes which will give you about 3 to 4 draws. It takes 21/2 hours to completely recharge. There is pass through charging after the first 20 minutes of charge.
The vapor quality from the Arizer Air is good for the first few hits, but starts to thin out after this.
If you are looking for a good portable vaporizer, then the Arizer Air is defiantly something to look at and it comes with an array of accessories.
The Da Buddha vaporizer is made by 7th Floor. The Da Buddha is a whip only vaporizer that features one switch that turns the unit on an off and is also how you set the temperature.
You should turn the temperature to the max at first so that it warms up. You should give it a couple of minutes to heat up. Once it is ready, turn the switch back to the 12:00 position. This is a good place to start, but it will take trial and error to get the right temperature for you.
The Da Buddha vape has a ground glass connection. This means that the wand piece will stick in and attach. It will then be attached to the heating element. Once you have attached this you can begin to take your draws from the mouthpiece.
The herb chamber has a horizontal placement. It can be hard to keep your material flat and even with this type of chamber design.
The Da Buddha has a high quality ceramic heating element, an analog temperature control and an all glass vapor channel that will provide you with a quality vape. The cylindrical design optimizes air resistance that gives a natural cooling effect.
The Da Buddha vape is good. It also has a low cost price which makes it an affordable desktop vaporizer.
What’s in the Box?
One DBV 220 volt
One glass kit that includes the heater cover, wand, mouthpiece and 1m tubing