The VaporBLUNT immediately caught my attention when I first saw some pictures of it online. The slim portable design with one button operation seemed like something I could really get into. After purchasing one and using it extensively here is what I thought.
The packaging the VaporBLUNT came in was really sleek. It had a picture of the Vapor BLUNT on it with a red vapor-like background. Always nice to see a vape get the packaging it deserves and not just a plain cardboard box.
Inside the box there was the VaporBLUNT itself, as well as a cleaning brush, bamboo cleaning stick, wall charger, 2 mouthpieces and instruction manual. One mouthpiece was a standard white plastic mouthpiece and the other was a silicon flavored (mint) mouthpiece.
The Vapor Blunt is a lot bigger than what I had anticipated from the pictures. I saw it being more 5 or 6 inches and being pretty skinny. The VaporBLUNT ends up around 9 inches tall though, including the mouthpiece, and is about as thick as if you make a circle with your pointer finger and thumb.
The VaporBLUNT is also pretty lightweight, definitely not cumbersome to hold. Towards the upper middle of the vape is a nice little groove / indentation to hold the Vapor BLUNT by, making it really comfortable to hold.
Taking the stir tool cap off you can see how there is a screen attached to the end of the stir tool, giving you 2 screens total when you include the screen in the herb chamber. Over time I’ve learned that packing the Vapor BLUNT really tight gets the best results. So I usually pack it to the top and then put an additional pinch or two and then stuff it down. This will get you nice and thick vapor pulls, so thick in fact you might think you’re using a table top vape.
I always use the VaporBLUNT in boost mode because I have found it produces a thicker vapor, but is still as smooth as when you are using the Vapor BLUNT on its standard setting. Halfway through be sure to twist the turn knob to keep your material stirring around and delivering fresh pulls.
When done I always make it a point to do two things; remove the screen and brush it off thoroughly and plug the Vapor Blunt into the charger. The rechargeable battery lasts through about an hour and a half of vaporization, so to play it safe I always charge it afterwards.
Removing the screen to clean it after each use is vital. If you don’t you risk leftover material building up and sticking the screen to the wall, making your life a pain. The screen is a little difficult to get out to begin with, so adding sticky leftover material definitely won’t help.
It can sometimes be a hassle to clean the herb chamber/screen out properly in between each and every load but its absolutely necessary to maintain optimal performance so you’ve got to do it.
The Vapor BLUNT is a solid portable vaporizer, one of the best in my opinion. The vapor quality is up there with some table top vapes I’ve tried and the convenience of one button operation and super fast heat up time can’t be beat. Plus, its super easy to use and can take a beating.
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