This disposable vaporizer pen won’t take it out of the park.
When I first got the . opened packaging for Speaker‘s Strawberry Shortcake vaporizer pen, my first thoughts were on the necessity of taste.
To anyone who enjoys the strawberry shortcake flavor profile, I mean no disrespect. In fact, I doubt I’d turn down an offer of a slice of cake with fresh strawberries and whipped cream. What I may want to permanently reject is the need for cannabis companies to make vaporizer pens that come in candy store flavors.
The fact is that Strawberry Shortcake is actually a reference to the hybrid of the strain, so I can’t blame Loudpack here. Anyway, with more and more budding cannabis users deciding to make their first trip to the pharmacy, I’m concerned that customers may be buying things like Loudpack’s Strawberry Shortcake vaporizer pen expecting some sort of Jelly Belly confection, when the truth is this pen – like almost all others offered under similar exotic labels – tastes like cannabis with a hint of sugar and fruit.
My qualms with Loudpack’s pen aren’t about the taste – although this product is pretty middle-of-the-road in that regard – but with its logistics. Example: This thing is a beast to hit.
With the advent of options like the doset line of pens, we’ve grown accustomed to hitting a disposable vaporizer with nuance. We can inhale quickly for a light effect or take a deep breath for the full adventure. Loudpack’s pen makes the first option impossible, as it won’t hit the device unless one inhales with great force. That means that over the course of several experiences I got nothing – until I got everything.
For heavy users, this may not be a problem. But for anyone who likes the element of control, Loudpack isn’t the droid you’re looking for. When I was able to get a puff – a violent burst of vapor – I must confess that I was really shocked. The effect of this oil is fast and strong. Within minutes I was completely immersed in a heavy body high. The feeling didn’t last very long, but I was more or less immobile (and pleasantly) for the duration.
If you’re someone who likes to get stoned, there’s no strong argument against this offer from Loudpack, but in our modern age – where the ability to personalize our gadgets reigns supreme – we offer a device that only covers one part of the life. the market feels like a missed opportunity.
Potency: Very strong. With a THC level of 74 percent, this indica forward oil is not for casual users or anyone who wants a kiss of euphoria on an otherwise busy day.
Appearance: Golden oil in a compact black pen. It’s an excellent size to carry in your pocket, but I wouldn’t want to be out and about touching one of these.
Medical Application:: Loudpack’s Strawberry Shortcake Oil works well for a mental reset by sending consumers into an enveloping high that gives your brain and body a break from whatever is bothering you. This means it is probably a good option for those suffering from anxiety, depression, stress and common aches and pains.
Effect: substantial. Although it takes about 30 minutes, the sensation that comes from hitting this pen is pretty much the dictionary definition of “in the couch.”
Loudpack’s Strawberry Shortcake Vaporizer Pen, sells for $28, available at Bay Area Pharmacies.