Every once in a while we notice some technological innovation and say, “Oh, look at that. We really do live in the future.”
Whether it’s those crazy electric unicycles or just the simple fact that you can tell your phone it’ll find your pancakes and have them delivered to your door in 15 minutes, it’s impossible not to admit that while the flying cars are out there. are not (yet), many of the advances promised to us in the 20th century have arrived.
One of them is VapeXhale’s EVO vaporizer. As for desktop units, it’s hard to argue that this isn’t the pinnacle of vaping technology so far. Putting this thing in a room full of hippies in the ’70s would be akin to 2001’s opener: A Space Odyssey. The EVO would break their collective consciousness. It would be an unknown, an all-powerful obelisk.
The technicalities of this thing are remarkable, but I think the simple fact that it is a convection unit – meaning it uses really hot air to heat the concentrate or flowers – as opposed to a conduction device makes the experience so unique makes.
And while it’s not the only model to use convection heat, it seems to do it best. The folks at VapeXhale have chosen this suction cup so well that it produces a perfectly controlled, perfectly even airflow through a glass-encased tube in the heating console that delivers the cleanest, tastiest and least charred vapor I’ve experienced in all my years of cannabis use. smoke.
The unit I sampled came with a HydraTube HydraBomb glass component that fits over the heating unit, basically making it the craziest bong ever. With a dab rig and a bong, you draw vapor through a percolation chamber that blows it up through a thick, handcrafted mouthpiece. Then carb it by lifting the glass off the heating console.
It works well – very well. The vapor it produces isn’t that sometimes disappointing heather of clouds you get from something like a Pax (which I love, don’t get me wrong). The EVO really gives you the satisfaction of blasting out a massive bong hit, but with minimal harshness, giving you a super clean high.
You can also choose your own adventure when it comes to the experience you are looking for. There are many different glass components to choose from, and it’s easy to replace the flower baskets with concentrate nails, and the temperature gauge is a simple dial on the bottom of the unit.
Welcome to the future of cannabis use. Can’t wait to see what VapeXhale comes up with.
Cool Factor: Next level cool. Despite all its innovation, it still feels like something you can have at a dinner party. The glass is thick and the base is unobtrusive. The other standard convection option is a volcano, and let’s face it – going around in a big plastic bag just looks funny.
practical: It’s simple but effective. Plus, it doesn’t take up too much space.
Affordability: So if there’s one catch, it’s here. A HydraTube starter pack costs $449.99, which is… a lot. But good convection desktop vaporizers are simply expensive. And this price includes a premium glass mouthpiece. The truth is, this thing might be out of some people’s budget. But if you can afford it, it’s worth every penny.
Overall: Dear. Evaporator. Ever.