Bulky and Often Complicated to set up, desktop vaporizers are not keeping up pace with their portable vaporizer counterparts. Even some relative new releases, which can be dubbed as desktop vaporizers such as the Puffco Peak, are small and lightweight enough to be transported, with these new additions opting to utilize battery power over the common desktop power source – a chord.
Vapium recently released the Vapium Lite and is building up for another vaporizer they will be releasing – the Vapium Dual which will work with for both concentrates and dry herb and have a premium water percolating option. With the Vapium Summit Plus receiving such rave reviews we decided to check out the Vapium Lite to see if it could deliver the same quality vapor and live up to the rugged reputation of the Summit Plus at nearly half the price.
Arizer has been a trusted name in the dry herb vaporizer space since 2008 when they released the Extreme Q Desktop vaporizer. Their vaporizers are known to be well designed, easy to use and produce excellent vapor at a very reasonable price. The Arizer Air 2 and the Arizer SOLO 2 demonstrate the Arizer standard with some noted improvements over the original SOLO and Original Arizer Air.
On demand convection vaporizers sure have been the latest trend in the portable herb vape space. With cartridge pens taking over and gaining more market share due to their quick, easy and discreet delivery the race is on to make a portable dry herb vape that will deliver much like the trusty oil pen. While many significant differences exist between well designed dry herb vaporizers and cheap concentrate pens the on demand delivery is something we can all agree the customer is going after. With this thought in mind , many of the new dry herb vaporizers hitting the market have been: Portable, deliver on demand and utilize the convection method of heating. Today we are going to be looking at and comparing two of the heavy hitters: The GHOST MV1 and the HAZE Square Pro, two vaporizers that are yes , you guessed it , on demand portable convection vaporizers which can vape both dry herb and concentrates.
We recently did a review of the Arizer ArGo and the whole time I was using it I kept thinking. There really are alot of similarities between the ArGo and the DaVinci IQ. However with more focus on getting the ArGo review done it wasn’t until now that I have had the time to sit down and do a comparison with these two portable weed vapes, side to side, head to head and mano y mano. If you are looking for a top tier portable for your loose leaf vape needs these are two to consider as they really offer great vapor and true portability
If you’re looking for an on demand portable convection dry herb vape the two best on the market at the moment are the Firefly 2 and the recently released GHOST MV-1 Vaporizer.
With the kinks worked out from the Ghost MV-1 pre-release and the App/Firmware update on both the Firefly 2 and Ghost MV-1 we figured no better time than now to compare the Ghost MV-1 to the Firefly 2.