Haze Portable Vaporizer Review

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The look and feel of the Haze Vaporizer is enough to convince even the most demanding vaporizing connoisseur that he’s playing an entirely different ballgame with this device. The portability of this device is evident and it comes not with one but two heating chambers. This particular vaporizer was built out sturdy materials, which increase its durability and ensure a longer lifespan of the device. In order to suit all tastes, this bad boy comes with two separate mouthpieces, one built out of glass and the other out of stainless steel.

In regard to its heating technology, the Haze Vaporizer is advanced in that department as well. That means quick heat up time and high quality vapor throughout. This device is available in absinthe, orchid, graphite and midnight colors. One of the best things about this vaporizer is the temperature setting. Well, not just one temperature setting but four. This feature enables you to get the most out of your blends by vaporizing them at different temperatures. The LED indicators tell you which setting is currently active. The heat-exchange mechanism is responsible for that mega cool vapor.

The Haze Vaporizer is also proud of its battery life. This is a Li-Ion battery we’re talking about here so you can expect it to be rechargeable and reliable. It is very light and obviously portable. The lifespan of the battery is also prolonged and that means up to 1/3 longer session times when compared to other vaporizers in the same price range.

Naturally, this bad boy gives you plenty of options. That is why you can choose between convection and conduction. It is really a matter of personal preference which heating method you choose in the end. Screens are made from stainless steel and are pretty easy to maintain. The difference between the conduction and convection screen is that the former has two open sides, which control the heat exposure over your blends. The latter doesn’t allow open contact between your blends and the chamber.

Comments

Dave Tilson says:

Buddy the screens don’t go inside the cans. They go directly into the chamber. I don’t know how you managed to get any vapor through at all that way. I’ve owned mine for a while and find the cans work best. Load them about 3/4 full, put the silicone lid on top and fire it up to level 3. You’ll be mighty baked. Finish it off at level 4.

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