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Marijuana Product Review – Aquamizer Vape Pen Attachment

the aquamizer vape pen attachment we vapeRight now my favorite vape pen on the market is the iTaste vv 3.0. It is the hardest hitting vape pen I have ever tried, and I’ve tried more vape pens than most. I have been using it with a V-Hit Type C , which is a standard atomizer attachment. Literally everywhere I go, I make sure to bring my pen with me. It’s perfect for camping, sneaking hits while on break at work, as well as at home. I have various other smoking devices, but they have all been collecting dust since I got the iTaste vv 3.0.

Just when I thought things were as good as it could get, boom, out comes a new attachment. I was lucky enough to get my hands on the Aquamizer Vaporizer Bubbler attachment. The hits from my pen were already milky (something few vape pens can achieve), but now they are even milkier and smoother. Just as with a traditional glass bubbler, the Aquamizer attachment filters the vapor through water, making it even smoother and healthier. Just as vapor is healthier than smoke, filtered vapor is even healthier than unfiltered vapor.

The Aquamizer comes with a high quality ceramic wick heating element, diffuser, and dabbing tool. The Aquamizer has 510 threads that turn your vape pen into an amazing portable dab rig that hits smoother than anything I have ever used before. The heating element is replaceable so you can change it out as needed, or even use a flower attachment to make a sweet handheld electronic flower bubbler.

The look on my uncle’s face when I showed him my pen the first time was priceless. However, I truly blew his mind when I showed him my pen with the the Aquamizer attachment. ‘This is how they smoke BHO in space,’ was his exact words. If you want to get the biggest, smoothest hits from a vape pen, and look cooler than your friends, make sure to pick up an iTaste VV 3.0  and The Aquamizer attachment, you will be glad you did.

  • Cyndysub

    About $140. for both of them. The attachment is a bit of a ripoff when you consider what it costs them to make them. Silica the main ingredient in glass is the most abundant resource on our planet. The “Pen” costs more to make than the attachment but sells for less,go figure.

    • Adam Smith

      Actually two factors, neither of which being cost of raw materials, determine the price of any given item: Supply and Demand.

      Drawing a graph is usually the easiest way to see the relationship between the two. I took the liberty of uploading one. As you can see below, the x-axis shows the number of widgets, or in this case, Aquamizers, that can be produced, and the y-axis shows the range of increasing price levels at which those Aquamizers might be sold. At low price levels we see that the demand for Aquamizers is high, but as the price goes higher, the demand for Aquamizers will decrease because fewer people will be willing (or able) to pay the price as it increases. . . . So the demand curve shows us that the higher price is for an Aquamizer, the less of which buyers will be willing to buy.

      On the supply side, the curve shows the number of Aquamizers the manufacturer is willing to produce at the same price levels on which we plotted the demand curve. This supply curve goes in the opposite direction of the demand curve. If Aquamizers command low prices, not many sellers will be willing to produce them–even though a lot of buyers would be willing to buy them at very low prices–because (and this is key) prices would be too low for the manufacturers to make a profit and the manufactuers would keep losing money with every pair they sold.

      But the higher the price the Aquamizers fetch, the more of them the suppliers will be willing to supply. So the supply curve slopes up, illustrating the fact that the lower the price they could charge for an Aquamizer, the less of it they will be willing to supply. If the two curves are plotted on the graph, they will intersect at one point, and the point at which they intersect is called the “equilibrium” price and quantity on the graph. That point, Cyndysub, is where the number of Aquamizers buyers are willing to buy at the equilibrium price is exactly the same as the number Aquamizer suppliers are willing to sell for that price.

      When demand for a product is high, but the supply is low, the price will usually go up. For example, during the holiday season there are usually some “hot” toy that millions of people want to buy. The supply of that toy may be limited, so the manufacturer or retailer could choose to increase the price.

      When demand for a product is low, but the supply is high, the price will usually go down. For example, after the holiday season, stores may have a large amount of a particular toy leftover. Consumer interest for this item might also drop drastically. In that case, the price for the item may decrease. This is done to (hopefully) entice people to purchase the item.

      So I hope that provides some additional insight into why products made of the “most abundant resource” on the planet might cost more than a buck or two.

      Go figure.

      • Cyndysub

        (Adam Smith) I have found on the web that the greater the volume of words in texts that some posts typically shows a weak response. You cite supply and demand as the holy grail of business. Actually when something new comes out the people that are selling it want to make a lot of money quickly and hide behind the skirts of the supply and demand shield. What they (Businesses) fail to comprehend is that if they open sales with a reasonable price a meager profit that they will sell far more units and thus achieving higher sales numbers that will bring higher profits overall but take longer. By setting prices higher and more profit per unit you actually evoke what I call The Law of Unintended Consequences and make less money than with the lower cost per unit strategy. Your greed is exceeding the logic to make more money you are just unaware apparently.

        • Dusty Relic

          Adam was trying to explain how the law of supply and demand works. It is especially relevant on this forum because that law, which is inviolable, is the reason that the war on drugs was only ever destined to fail. It is also the reason that different items are priced differently. As Adam correctly noted, the cost to produce an item does not dictate the price. If an item can be produced cheaply but there is a lot of demand than the price will be high; contrarily if an item is expensive to make but nobody wants to buy it then it must sell cheaply, possibly even at a loss.

          Your ad hominum attack on Adam was uncalled for and you should apologize. He is not making the pens or their attachments so calling him greedy makes no sense. Also, your assertion that businesses don’t know the difference between profits from high volume versus profits from high profit margins is completely wrong; businesses know this very well and so does Adam.

          The thing about the law of supply and demand is that as I said before it is inviolable. It is a force of nature and cannot be bested. It has nothing to do with greed and everything to do with common sense. If those vape attachments are sold too cheap then there won’t be any left; if they are sold too dearly then there will be too many to sell. If you truly believe they are too expensive then you should continue to not buy it; if enough people agree with you then the price will either come down or the device will be withdrawn from the market.

          • Cyndysub

            I know very well about how supply and demand GREED works. You are ignoring the main points that I made and they are good ones. Your reply shows that you also buy into the short term greed of the supply and demand dogma and fail to see the way to make more money. It is greed that blinds people to your line of BS. No bullshit will change my mind. Just because you can’t think clearly is not my problem. The Japanese have known about what i’m talking for many years but americans seem too stupid to grasp it and have the instant gratification malady.

          • Dusty Relic

            You don’t know anything. It’s not a matter of what people believe. The law of supply and demand are not something that are up for debate or a matter of opinion; they are simply laws of economics that cannot be avoided or circumvented. If the government had understood this basic fact then the war on drugs would never have happened. (Well at least not if the government were acting in good faith anyway.) It has nothing at all to do with greed.

          • Cyndysub

            Go fuck yourself!!

          • cyndyisdumb

            lol Cyndysub – what you mentioned a few posts ago is called pricing elasticity and is taught on like day 2 of econ 101. I think most American’s realize this and not just the Japanese ;)

            The fact that you assume all commodities are elastic (meaning sales increases by a greater percentage as price is decreased by a certain percentage) just shows that you truly don’t know what you’re talking about. This is only true with some items and not always the case.

      • Cyndysub

        I was planning on buying one of these until I saw the outrageous price. You are shooting yourself in your own foot but don’t seem to notice.
        Go Figure

        • Bruce

          I don’t know why (unless you’re a substitute, so you have the time, economics teacher) anyone would go out of there way to type out 3 extremely… basic economic principles that anyone of us learned in our economics class back in high school… I mean what the fuck? The examples took the cake though.

  • Cavernous Jenny

    Just another way to sell you more shit you do not need at a obscene price.

    • Cyndysub

      So true, wait until you see the the response that was sent to me. It’s funny to see business men squirming while “Trying to Explain” is still awaiting moderation but I was able to see it. and send a response.

  • Cyndysub

    (Adam Smith) I have found on the web that the greater the volume of words in texts that some posts typically shows a weak response. You cite supply and demand as the holy grail of business. Actually when something new comes out the people that are selling it want to make a lot of money quickly and hide behind the skirts of the supply and demand shield. What they (Businesses) fail to comprehend is that if they open sales with a reasonable price a meager profit that they will sell far more units and thus achieving higher sales numbers that will bring higher profits overall but take longer. By setting prices higher and more profit per unit you actually evoke what I call The Law of Unintended Consequences and make less money than with the lower cost per unit strategy

  • Ryan R. Reed

    I dont care about the price, it’s awesome. I just ordered one, I’m going to use a vape ape pen with it though.

  • johnny

    Does the attachment for flower come with it? Or is it a special piece you haft to buy? If so where?