Are cheap vaporizers just as good as the expensive types?
A very common question, and a wise one too. If you could spend £20 rather than £120 then it would make plenty of sense to do so. Whether you are making it rain and bringing home the bacon or not, wasting cash is not a fun activity. Luckily I have a lot of experience when it comes to both cheap vaporizers and more expensive ones, so I can highlight some great points for both. Let’s talk this one out;
There is a sweet spot when it comes to pricing up a decent herb vaporizer, I believe that to be around the £70 mark. For a quality vaporizer I would consider this cheap. For this price tag (at the right shop) you will get something that lasts potentially years, comes with a warranty and gives you plenty of control over the temperature. The display should be digital too, with high accuracy.
The lowest price I’ve seen for a vaporizer is £20
I tested one of these budget options out and was pleasantly surprised. I did not expect much but it delivered more than I expected. The battery life was shorter and the herb did not vaporize so evenly, as it did with the £70 versions. But for the price it was really a good starting point. These prices mean nothing at the wrong store, so make sure you click here to buy cheap vaporizer rather than scouting for yourself.
You can use a few different herbs in your vaporizer, all give different effects but be aware that there are still health risks involved. Granted, much smaller than taking a bong hit etc, but I must warn you that it is not 100% ok to vape.
As always, you get what you pay for. But I would say that there are plenty of cheap vaporizers that do exactly what the more expensive ones do. The most important thing is that you get a warranty with it if you’re spending over £50, or you could end up losing out. After all, electronics are not always 100%