Dry herb vaporisers come in a wide range of styles and sizes. This variety gives more space for choice based on available options and desired outcomes. Different tastes are catered to, and one’s preferences have a greater chance of being met.
With new vaporisers being brought to market at all times, a breakdown of what is available and what sets the good devices apart from the bad can be a valuable tool as you go through the selection process. The list below highlights the pros and cons of the top 10 dry herb vaporisers so that you have a snapshot to get you started.
This list is in no particular order.
Tubo Evic/Tetra X
It is a convection vaporiser that provides the best quality of vapour around. They are assembled by hand and come with removable batteries, giving more charge life, thus catering for longer sessions.
The Tetra X is a bulky instrument, however; making it inconvenient to carry around.
Storz & Bickel Crafty+
The Crafty+ is a lightweight and handily durable device that has a very high vapour quality. Using a Crafty+ is simple,and its results are consistent. Better batteries make for better and more prolonged use periods. The device truly showcases the emphasis on quality that its makers are so well known for.
One con with the Crafty+ is that its temperature controls are less than ideal. The lack of a USB-C port also hampers charging options. Finally, it is an expensive device.
Healthy Rips Fury Edge
This vaporiser is easily portable, with a hybrid heater that gives an overall satisfactory performance. It is very reasonably priced and is a popular choice for its price range.
The main detractors with the Fury Edge are the non-removable battery as well as the small size of its bowl.
Its small, compact size makes it a discreet and very easily portable option. The firmware that is paired with the device is kept up to date, making it a truly modern vaporiser in all aspects.
While it may have an outstanding battery life, the Zeus Arc’s batteries cannot be removed. The device also does not provide many options for temperature control.
The Utillian 722 is quite simple to use with a powerful heater that activates and gets to temperature quite fast. Its battery life is also adequate while it is quite reasonably priced.
Cons include a relatively inconvenient Micro-USB charging system with non-removable batteries. The temperature controls also leave a lot to be desired.
Topping off the list, we have:
Arizer Extreme Q- Has a large bowl with a powerful convection heater. Is ideal for group usage but needs to be plugged into a wall socket.
Volcano Hybrid- Is a powerful hybrid vaporiser that has a large bowl capacity and robust build. It is, however, quite expensive and cannot be carried around due to its weight.
Dynavap M- Is very small and easily portable. It also does not use batteries although this makes it difficult to light up, thus unsuitable for outdoor use.
NewVape Flowerpot + Weed Eater- A device with style all its own. It can have very potent results during sessions but is better suited for experienced users and takes a while to heat up.
The Grasshopper Vape- This vaporiser’s design truly sets it apart. It looks like a pen. It has very powerful convection but short battery life.
All in all, dry herb vaporisers continue to get better and better with more innovation and better designs being brought to life. Your field of selection is now wider. Finding what suits you best will be one of the simplest things to do.