VaporBLUNT is at it again. Never resting on their laurels they took one of the best vapes out there, the Pinnacle, and decided to go ahead and make some highly requested improvements. We’ve seen this before both with the Palm and the original VaporBLUNT with some pretty good results.
But is it worth picking up a new one? Should you just stick with the original? All valid questions that need some answering. Read on and see how I felt the Pinnacle Pro stacked up against the original I loved so much.
It’s always a nice treat to have the good fortune to test and try a truly enjoyable vaporizer. And then similarly, I suppose the opposite can be also said for a lackluster offering. That’s why I felt so lucky to have spent the day with this little darling of a vape called the Pinnacle.
And at just five and a half inches, it definitely fits the bill to be called little, though it isn’t going to disappear in your hand like some of the truly mini-vapes. That’s ok though, because some of us simply need more power, and that’s where a bigger portable really shines.
When I first laid my eyes on the Palm 2.0, I felt a bit tripped out. I mean, anyone who knows what I’m sayin’ knows what I’m sayin’. The thing has an original design to the say the least. ..well, almost. Of course seasoned vape heads will see the battery and think of the Launch Box straight away. And of course this unit ultimately functions in a very similar manner. There are some differences of course, and it will be solely on the end user to determine which comes out on top. So enough about the Magic Flight. On with the review so you can be your own judge. Here’s my take for what it’s worth.
Hey youuu guuu-uuuys! Hopefully you’ve seen The Goonies, and you know that your ol’ friend Sloth is back once again, getting all of your eyes on me for this in-depth review of the very badass VaporBLUNT 2.0. There’s a lot to go over here, so since the pleasantries have been duly dispensed, shall we dance? Threw that last part in just to give you the visual of yourself waltzing with the Sloth man. Forgive me.
First up is the price. At $249.99 suggested retail, it’s no chump investment, but nothing close to the lifelong commitment a volcano price tag will bring with its huge number. Bottom line is, it’s a quality middle-of-the-road vape that deserves its due props. And after using it for however long, most are going to conclude the same and be confident it will last you for many years to come.
With the Palm Vape’s recent release it has gotten a lot of attention right out of the gate. I attribute this to two things, it being made by the same manufacturer’s behind the already incredibly successful VaporBLUNT and the fact that it is gunning for the Magic Flight Launch Box’s market. But does it live up to all the hype?
The box the Palm arrives in is very nice, similar to the packaging the VB comes in with a black and red color scheme with “palm” across the top and side with a picture of this little portable vape. It’s always nice to deliver a good first impression and the Palm Vape does just that with its packaging alone.
The VaporBLUNT Pro Kit with Pelican case and custom foam.
I just got the new VaporBLUNT Pro Kit. Now that I have one in my hands it’s time to take a close look at everything this kit offers and whether or not it is worth your time either as a current or potential VaporBLUNT owner.
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.