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Marijuana Product Review – VapeXhale Vaporizer

vapexhale cloud evoConsuming marijuana using a vaporizer is a healthier alternative to smoking, and is a method of consumption that is becoming more and more popular, especially among medical marijuana patients. If you don’t already own a vaporizer, you should really consider getting one. I’m trying to be more health conscience, and although I still smoke marijuana sometimes, my main method of consumption is via a vaporizer.

There are many factors to consider when purchasing a vaporizer. One thing that I always recommend to people is to get one that can vaporize concentrates as well as flower. Dabs, BHO, CO2 oil, shatter, wax – whatever you call it, marijuana concentrates are growing in popularity. The last thing you want to do is spend a bunch of money on a vaporizer that only vaporizes flower or concentrates, just to decide down the road that you really wanted one that does both.

I recently got my hands on a VapeXhale vaporizer. This particular vaporizer can vaporize concentrates and flower. Unlike other vaporizers that I’ve used that can vaporize concentrates, the VapeXhale is very well built. Most of the others I’ve used that vaporize concentrates are very cheap and break easily. I’d give the VapeXhale an A rating on vaporizing flower. I own a Volcano and various other vaporizers, and it is as good as or better than all of them.

But my favorite part about the VapeXhale is when I vaporize concentrates. Holy thick cloudy vapor Batman! The VapeXhale dominates concentrates like nothing I’ve ever seen before in a vaporizer. I wasn’t sure what to expect the first couple of hits, and it dominated me so hard that I had to back off a bit. If you want to get the most out of your concentrates, the VapeXhale is the way to go.

There are two features about the VapeXhale that make it stand above most other vaporizers. The first is that it is bag-less. I’ve spend a lot of money over the years buying turkey bags for my Volcano, and spent a lot of time changing out bags that are so sticky that they are hard to work with. That’s not the case with the VapeXhale. The other feature I like is that it is torch-less, which makes it versatile for consuming concentrates. More and more venues are forbidding torches at events. If you have the VapeXhale and either an electrical outlet or portable battery, you will look like a pro at any event while other people are having their torches forbidden, or they are taking mini-hits off of their inferior pens.

The VapeXhale is not cheap. However, it’s the Cadillac of vaporizers. If you can afford it, I definitely recommend it, especially if you are a fan of concentrates. You can find out more about the VapeXhale, and purchase it, at this link here.

  • Jason

    I am having an issue with this company. I pre-ordered a VapeXhale, got charged via Paypal, and told that shipping was imminent. Then nada. Despite emails to them, I have not gotten any traction. A response of “Looking in to it” and then silence. Don’t spend your money with them. It’s risky. It’s been since december and still no product despite being charged!

    • VapeXhale

      Jason, My name is Sarah Foley. I am the new Director of Marketing at VapeXhale. I am sincerely sorry that your order fell through the cracks and that our follow up “support” was non-existent. I do not know how this happened. We value our customers and take customer service seriously. Please send me an email with your full name and we will rectify this situation TODAY!! Again, my apologies for the experience you have had with VapeXhale. sarah@vapexhale.com

    • Ron

      I would like to add another culprit to the list, mCig. I ordered their vape pen over 7 weeks ago and it has yet to come, with a month just for processing and another 3 weeks + for shipping. I have sent 4 emails and the responses (which show that nobody actually took the time to seriously read them) are pure BS and proven lies. The latest response is that it is “in transit”. After 3 weeks? That defense could continue for another ten years–or forever. Take my advice and stay away from those crooks. The product is cheap, but you get what you pay for–or rather, to don’t get what you pay for.

      • hytrf

        I dont know why vapolution hooked up them.BAD MOVE

    • Seibo Shen

      Jason – just to add to what Sarah Foley said, we take customer support very seriously and if you look on the forums, you will see that we have a great track record. We are very sorry if you haven’t been responded to and if you could let us know your full name, I am sure that we can get it rectified immediately.

  • IntelligentElegance

    Why do so many companies feel the urge to use the colors red and green to indicate aspects of their products? Red/green is the highest rate of colorblindness. Would seem kind of a pain for me who is red/green colorblind to tell when the machine is at optimal camping temperature.

  • Denny

    The price is outrageous!
    There are a lot of vapes on the market for far less money and they do a good job.

  • TEEJAYZ

    I just ran across this because I rep a high-end vaporizer company and wanted to see about getting one over for review.
    Just wanted to give a high-five to the writer for being (relatively) cool with not using the word ‘marijuana’ as it related to the vaporizer.
    It’s still illegal for a company to sell a vaporizer for use with marijuana and too many direct connections can raise a red flag.
    The real drag is that there are a lot of medical patients, particularly those who are older, who would really benefit from vaping their medicine. If the vaporizer has a digital heating component, they can pretty much access only the CBD’s and forgo the THC. I think that matters to Grandma.