Concentrate vaporizers typically operate at higher temperatures than dry herb vapes, as waxes and oils vaporize at higher temperatures than dry flowers or herbs. Everyone Does It stocks a wide collection of portable and Read More
Concentrate vaporizers typically operate at higher temperatures than dry herb vapes, as waxes and oils vaporize at higher temperatures than dry flowers or herbs. Everyone Does It stocks a wide collection of portable and desktop vaporizers designed for use with wax, oil, honey, and other sticky concentrates and extracts. This selection of dedicated concentrate vapes includes all the top concentrate vaporizers, including products such as G pen elite vaporizer, Mighty vaporizer,Dipstick vaporizer, Linx Hypnos Zero and many more. Order your wax pen from EDIT today - the UK’s largest headshop.
What is a concentrate vaporizer?
A concentrate vaporizer is a small device that is used for vaping concentrates or oils. They look very similar to standard vape pens, being compact and slick and looking like an actual pen or e-cigarette, but are more limited in the materials that it can be used with.
However, just because they’re less versatile than vape pens doesn’t mean you shouldn’t consider them. If you prefer vaping wax or concentrate to dry herbs, then concentrate vaporizers are an ideal choice - they produce high-quality, great tasting vapour, and are small and discreet enough to take around with you wherever you go.
How to use a concentrate vaporizer
Using a concentrate vape, like most types of vaporizer, is pretty straightforward. Whichever type of concentrate vaporizer you have, you must:
First make sure your concentrate vaporizer has sufficient charge. Most concentrate vapes have a good battery life, but it’s good practice to charge it in between each use.
You can then pack your concentrate into the heating chamber, making sure not to pack it too tightly as to restrict any airflow. You will often have to remove the mouthpiece first to get to the heating chamber.
You can then set the temperature to your preferred level. Around 205°C tends to work best for most types of wax and concentrate.
Once your concentrate vaporizer has reached your preferred temperature, simply put your lips to the mouthpiece and inhale to enjoy the full flavour of your vape.
Benefits of concentrate vapes
There are many benefits of using concentrate vaporizers over other types of vaporizer, and indeed traditional forms of smoking. Take a look at the pros and cons of concentrate vaporizers before deciding whether they’re the right type of product for you:
When searching the market for a concentrate vaporizer, you’ll find so much choice on offer that it may be difficult figuring out which one to go for. However, there are some key criteria to look out for which can make a big difference to the quality of your product and your all-round vaping experience:
Decide whether you want a vape with convection heating or conduction heating methods, or even a hybrid.
Choose whether you want a smaller heating chamber for short, personal sessions, or a larger oven ideal for longer sessions.
Consider the overall size of the vaporizer. Smaller models are best for discretion.
Consider the reputation of the brand. We’d always suggest buying from a trusted manufacturer to ensure the longevity and safety of your device.
Which is the best concentrate vaporizer for me?
Again, this will come down to personal preferences, such as whether you’re an experienced vaper or a beginner, your own personal vaping style, and of course, your budget.
Here at EDIT, however, we stock all the best concentrate vaporizers from a wide range of the most trusted brands in the UK. Some of the most popular dab pens and concentrate vapes we stock are: