Here's a review for the Yocan 94F. The Mak performs the same, but fits less inside the chamber, but can also do wax concentrates:
The stylish cousin to the 94F, and can handle both dry herbs and wax. Think of it like this: the Atmos Rx has the Atmos Jr, and the 94F has the Mak. It's the smaller--dare we say, cuter--and more portable device from the Yocan family.
Discretion is great for an on-the-go option, and not having to look around for a lighter is a nice perk, too. You can use your glass screens to help produce vapor instead of smoke, which reduces the smell, and provides potential health benefits. However, many are happy using the device like a convenient electronic pipe, capable of handing about a bowl's worth of herbs and producing great hits! Check out all the details below.
Like the 94F, you can use this portable pen-shaped device to smoke or vaporize dry herbs, such as tobacco and herbal tea leaves and blends.
And now the Mak also comes with heating coil attachments for both wax and herbs, so you can get the best of both worlds.
If you already have a 510-thread battery and charger, and you're just adding to your collection, this option is for you. (And your collection just got better).
Including glass screen filters helps transform the Mak dry herb coils from an electric combusting pipe into a portable vaporizer.
How to vaporizer using glass screens:
If you're NOT the type of person that has spare 510-thread batteries littering your closets, this option is for you. Our batteries are longer lasting than most other shops, coming in at 1100 mAh vs 650. If that means nothing to you, that translates to roughly twice the usage time before you need to plug it in again.
To charge your battery, screw it onto the USB adapter and insert the USB plug into the wall charger. While the battery is charging, the USB light should be red. When the device is done charging (usually after 4-5 hours), the USB light will be green.
To turn your battery on and off, press the power button 5 times rapidly. Hold the power button to power your device.
The whole shebang. If you're starting from scratch and need a battery, charger, and want to get more vapor vs smoke, this is the setup for you. Includes all of the above. (This is what most people buy, too, so safety in numbers).
The Yocan Mak has a slightly smaller heating chamber with about 1 half the size of the 94F. However, it is easier to position your glass screen filter inside the chamber for vaporization because the chamber is a bit smaller.
Having a smaller heating chamber gives the Yocan Mak a slimmer, more aesthetic appearance than the 94F. In this regard, what it lacks in size, it makes up for in style.
The Mak now also comes with a heating coil for wax, allowing you to switch between herb and wax for your device.