Beginners going to vape often feel frustrated and confused by the types of vape available on the market today. Even the veterans can be confused when discussing a variety of vape pens, box mods, and devices designed to accommodate specific items or styles. You are not alone in your confusion.
Below, vaping experts explain how to vape you can get. These descriptions are great for helping you narrow down your choices when you buy your first vape (or second or third device). When you graduate, you too will become a professional.
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HOW TO EXPERIENCE
Of course, before you start looking at different types of vapes, it helps to understand what you need to close. There are three main parts to vaping:
- Vaporizer battery
- Heat chamber/atomizer
- Vaping substance (for example, e-liquid or marijuana)
It is easy for beginners to buy a device that looks perfect but lacks the essential part that should work. This is especially true of e-liquid vapes (such as box mods), which are always sold without an installed atomizer (this is the e-liquid vapor component). Is there a proper temperature for vaping weed, and if so, what is the best temp to vape weed?
That’s why we recommend that beginners start with a vape kit. These kits will have everything you need to start spraying (except for something you choose), so you won’t have unnecessary delays because you forgot the battery or atomizer.
1.)Dry HERB VAPES AND WAX VAPES
Dried herbs and wax vapes (usually designed for use with a marijuana flower or extract) are rarely sold outside the heating chambers, so the chances of buying a device for any of these items and that device does not have the required component) are very slim.
However, you should read the product description carefully or approach the manufacturer if you are unsure what else might be required.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF VAPES
Not only are there different types of vapes for some hot stuff, but there are also different styles of vapes that provide the same thing. Look below to see if there is a particular style or design that catches your eye! Some vaporizers can detoxify your choice of oils, herbs, or wax (with a few attachments and resources).
Oil vaps (often called e-liquid vapes) are the oldest form of vaporizer available. Most oil vapes are designed to use nicotine-containing e-liquids, although there are available non-nicotine e-liquids. Oil vaps can also use CBD and THC oils, which we will discuss later in this article.
2.)DIRECT-TO-LUNG (DTL) AND ORAL-TO-LUNG (MTL) VAPES
Inside the oil vape, you will see options that are commonly labeled as DTL or MTL designs. This means that the device is designed with one or two options in mind. DTL means that the device is designed to breathe vapor directly from the device into its lungs without interruption (so it goes straight to your mouth).
Second, MTL vaps are designed for the user to inhale, exhale, and inhale. DTL designs are prevalent with large atomizers designed for e-liquid spraying as it is very easy to create large vapor pipes. MTL designs are often found with devices for higher viscous oil, such as CBD or THC oil.
3.)Dry HERB VEHICLES
Dried vegetable vases will come in two standard designs: convection or convection. Operating vapes use a heat exchanger to make direct contact with your dry solution to evaporate. Unfortunately, this leads to uneven heat, so unless you want to get a mouthful of ashes, you will need to move your dried plant from time to time when you wash.
Convection vapors use very hot air to bake your plant dry, creating a vapor you can smell. Convection vapes act as heat transfer ovens, so the heat is evenly distributed throughout the heating chamber. This is a great choice if you are trying to identify cannabinoids or terpenes or simply want a superior vaping experience.
4.)Dry HERB VEHICLES
Wax vapes will have a wide variety of properties, but their main function will be the same. They will have a heating chamber where the wax is loaded directly into the heat coils. Those hot coils cool the amber, and then inhale.
5.)Can NABIS AND CBD VAPES
As marijuana becomes more and more popular and legal worldwide, marijuana and CBD vapes are on the rise. There are all sorts of different ways to enjoy your marijuana products of your choice, from simple and budget-friendly to powerful, high-end devices with complete feature suits.
6.)THC AND CBD VAPE PENS OIL
The simplest devices you can get marijuana for are THC and CBD oil pens. These vaporizers will be pre-loaded and discarded (like the Firefly Mini) or a permanent battery attached to disposable cartridges, pre-filled.
THC AND CBD VAPE PENS OIL
This vaporizer style is small and unique, which makes them a great choice for windshield wipers without attracting attention. Most CBD or THC vape pens will have some sort of flexible temperature options, so you can process with different oils to see which temperature creates the desired vapor.
VAPORIZERS OF DRY DRY HERBS
Portable dried vegetable vaporizers will usually be larger than THC or CBD vape pens. This is because the dried vegetable vape has a large heating chamber to hold the dried plant, which requires a large size. While you can get more petite dried vegetable vapes, you will be trading the performance and quality of the steam in a very different size.
Although these devices are usually designed exclusively for dry herbs, some models have attachments available to incorporate e-liquids. These attachments are called dry vape tanks, which can be filled with your choice of e-liquid and placed in the heating chamber of the device.
THC AND CBD WAX VAPES
Earlier, we discussed wax vapes, which are growing in popularity among cannabis fans. Wax provides a very short hit in the short term, making wax a viable option for the long haul.
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