Vaporizer Attachments: Finding The Perfect One For Your Vape
As the market for Vaporizers grows, so does the market for Vaporizer Attachments. Since most pen-style vaporizers use similar “threadings” — the size of the screw that connects the various parts — you can create your own custom Franken-vape with exactly the parts you want.
Today we’re going to go over four attachments — the Vhit Reload, the Vhit Type-C, a standard Glass Globe, and the Vhit Glacier. All of these vaporizer attachments (and some great vaporizers too, including the popular iTaste VV Vaporizer, which We Vape Vaporizers.Rating: 4/5
Standard e-juice vaporizers are great when all you’re looking for is a nicotine buzz. But some oil or wax attachements can look quite obvious. If discretion is key for you, consider getting an Oil attachment like the Vhit Glacier. It’s specifically designed to look just like an e-juice clearomizer to fool anyone who might be looking a little too closely at you. Some atomizers, like the Vhit Glacier, are designed specifically to fit on top of the common large e-juice vaporizers. Since the larger vaporizers tend to run more powerfully, take your hits a little more gingerly, or else you’ll be surprised at your big ol’ rip!Rating: 4.5/5
And speaking of discretion, we have the Vhit Type-C wax atomizer. This atomizer features a direct vapor path along a metal corridor, going through the atomizer straight into the mouthpiece. The parts fit together with a perfect seal. There’s even a screw-on cap to the atomizer section — a very unique feature! — that reminds me of the old school metal pipes I used to use back in the day, before I saw the light of vaporization.
In case you’re not familiar with them, wax/oil atomizers involve a metal coil wrapped around a strand of cord or a teeny tiny ceramic bar. The coil is heated by the battery, which serves two purposes: First, the the metal edges of the atomizer dish are heated to bring the oil or wax towards the coil. Then, when the concentrate reaches the coil, it will be evenly dispersed and become vaporized by the metal coil.Rating: 3.5/5
You gotta love simplicity, and the Ceramic Wick Glass Globe Atomizer has it in spades. It doesn’t need to get more complicated than this, folks! The Glass Globe has the same coil-type atomizer as the Vhit Type-C, except there is no direct vapor path. Instead, the vapor pools in the glass chamber when you inhale, so you can see exactly how big of a rip you’re about to take.Rating: 3.5/5
Folks, if you know one thing about my reviews, hopefully it’s that I don’t like to BS. I’ll always tell it like it is. Herbal vaporizers and herbal atomizer technology tends to suck major donkey balls (worst military officer name ever btw). Most end up heating the herb in an incredibly uneven way. But some attachments (like the Vhit Reload here) have a key redeeming feature. You see that mouthpiece stem? You can press down on it, and the herb will stir around a bit. This way your hits can remain somewhat consistent. If you’re a fan of large rips, then you’ll love the Vhit. Hold the button down too long and you may end up combusting the herb a bit, which isn’t that big of a deal unless smell discretion is key for you.
Once again, all the vaporizer attachments mentioned above can be picked up through our friends at We Vape Vaporizers.