Having a vape pen is very general. Many different types are out there, and they can only be narrowed down by features. Some vape pens take dry herb, wax, e-liquids, or oils. Knowing what type of vape you have is important so that you could determine what to put inside the vape pen.
With vape pens rising in popularity for vaping concentrates, it comes as no surprise there are plenty of variations to this highly sought after device. Vape pens have the ability to be concentrate specific or by changing out the tanks or cartridges to allow for compatibility with multiple material options. Unfortunately, this also means the exact method for filling your vape pen can be concentrate specific. To help you understand a little more, here is a quick how-to guide for filling your vape pen.
Vape pens have come a long way over the years and the market has expanded tremendously. As such, it is rather difficult to speak at length about all vape pens because their characteristics can vary dramatically with each specific type. Generally speaking, however, there are certain things that are universal to all vape pens. For example, all vape pens are going to have a mouthpiece with which to inhale your preferred, vaporized concentrate or herb. All vape pens are also going to incorporate some sort of battery as a power source and a heating chamber for the vaporization process. Continue reading to learn more about how vape pens work.
Having a dead oil cartridge is pretty bad. However, there’s something worse: having an oil cartridge and not know if it will work or not. To capitalize on that semblance of hope there is no other way to verify the usability of a cartridge than to simply plug it into a vape and test it out. It’s as simple as that. If you have compatibility issues, stopping by a local dispensary, head shop, or smoke shop might help resolve that problem by allowing someone to test it out on a compatible vape pen. Sometimes, it’s as simple as a dead battery. Read this article to learn about common problems that might resemble a dead cartridge as well as some common reasons why a cartridge might have died.
Whether you are vaping dry herbs, oil or wax concentrate, there are a variety of reasons your vapor could taste burnt, such as high temperature, consecutive heating, and over-used vape coils. In this blog post, we have listed all the possible reasons this could happen to your vape pen and how to avoid it.
In recent years, vaping has significantly risen in popularity. One of the most common methods for vaping concentrates is with oil cartridges. This is due to their availability, affordability, and the wide variety of options. Unfortunately, like most vape pens, oil vape cartridges can malfunction. When your oil cartridge quits working, the first thing you need to determine is what is wrong. This blog post will help you learn more about how to fix your oil vape cartridge.
Vaporizing is becoming the most popular way of consuming materials like dry herbs and concentrates. It’s a healthier and cleaner way to consume compared to traditional combustion methods. Many vape pen models out there can accept a combination of concentrates and dry herbs, often with a separate attachment or atomizer. For the purpose of this article, we’ll be taking a closer look in comparing vape pens that are for oil and that are for wax only.
Vape pens are increasingly becoming the most popular way to consume concentrates, like oils and wax. These tools are relatively new, and different models come on the market every day, so it’s not surprising if you’re not entirely sure how to use a vape pen. Vape pens are electronic devices designed to heat a substance and turn it into vapor. There are several varieties of vape pens to choose from; some come preloaded with the proper type of concentrate and are disposable, while others you fill with your choice of concentrate and are reusable. Read this post to learn everything there is to know about using an oil vape pen.