Vaping At It's Finest: We Tell You How To Spot The Best Vaporizer Pen

Things have really changed in the vaping world. Once upon a time, you could travel to the nearest tobacco store and be sure that you would find a high-quality vape. 

In fact, the tobacco store and the gas station, maybe an occasional website, were the only places you went to get vape products. Now, the market is full of vapes, good and bad. 

Many of the low-quality vapes are designed just like the high-quality ones, making it hard to know what you're getting. We're going to go over a few things to look for when trying to find the best vaporizer pen.

Finding the Best Vaporizer Pen

You have to be careful when you're getting started these days. Make the wrong choice and you could find yourself with a broken pen after a few uses. 

We're going to point you in the right direction. There are some commonalities among the best devices on the market, and a lot of them have to do with the components that the devices are made of.

It's not always the fanciest looking device that will treat you right. Sometimes, it's the simple one at the back of the shelf made of high-quality, durable parts.

Would you rather have a fancy, flimsy vape pen or one that lasts you through thick and thin? We thought so.

Let's get started:

Don't Let Temperature Control Fool You

A huge selling point for many vapes is their high level of temperature control. Further, some companies might boast about the temperature and battery capabilities of their products. 

Many times, these batteries can achieve very specific temperatures, although their mechanisms may be very shoddy. In other words, once you hold the button down for the appropriate amount of time, you will hit the temperature you want. 

At the same time, hold that button down much longer and your battery could overheat. While most instances of overheating simply result in a blown battery and a couple of bunk parts, it could get much worse. 

First off, that temperature will really taint the flavor of your vapor. It could also spoil your coils and lead to worsened experiences in the future. Worst of all, though, you could be looking at an extremely hot, potentially explosive thing. 

Who knows what shady manufacturers are putting into their pens? It's impossible to say. The best way to safeguard against poor experiences with batteries is to look at reviews online. 

Get up to snuff on the kinds of batteries you're looking at and take a look at what everyone else is saying. 

Stick with Titanium

Apart from excellent battery qualities, many companies boast that they use titanium in their product. It's important to be much more specific when you're reviewing the parts in your vape. 

While your device could have titanium in it, not every form of titanium is the same quality. Devices with high-quality titanium (grade 1 or grade 2) are going to be a little pricier than those with poorer quality. 

Many companies actually use titanium alloy instead of grade 1 or 2 and only mention it in the fine print. 

Go with Your Gut and Ask Questions

You may think it's silly to get overly technical about the components of your vaporizer. At the same time, think about the process that you're undertaking. 

You're putting something into your body through your lungs. Vaporizers are really enjoyable and can get a lot of use. All of that use puts you in contact with the components of the device. 

These products are shipped to you from all over the world, a world whose countries have different safety standards and regulations. You only get one life, why risk polluting it with dangerous devices when there are ones that will safely do the job?

Any vape company worth its salt will have access to test results from the products that it sells. Additionally, you should be able to get access to the composition of materials contained in the products. 

You don't always have to do this. It's not essential to dig deep and contact customer service in every purchase you make, but you can certainly do so when dealing with companies that you aren't familiar with. 

Avoid Teflon

Some products use polytetrafluoroethylene (known as Teflon) as a way to avoid sticking in the case of atomizers and cartridges. This is a definite no-go if you want to avoid serious health repercussions.

Teflon can easily melt down and release toxins that can lead to unusual cases of flu, respiratory issues and more. If you see at any point that your device has Teflon or polytetrafluoroethylene in it, take a pass.

Be Selective with Accessories

Most vape pens have the ability to be mixed and matched. In other words, you can upgrade slowly and swap out components if you're looking to change things up. 

This is one of the beautiful things about vaping and vaporizers. There are so many products out there to explore that you can literally create your own experience. With that said, you need to do your research. 

Because vaping is a relatively new trend, there aren't always studies and experiences to support the safety of new products. Some companies use metals that are low-grade (such as stainless steel in some cases) and cause humans to get sick. 

In the case of high-end vapes that reach temperatures above 1000 degrees Fahrenheit, do your due diligence when purchasing new products. Identify the elements used in the composition of the product and research how they react at the temperatures reached by your battery. 

This research shouldn't take you more than half an hour and could save you from a great deal of trouble. 

New to Vaping?

Finding the best vaporizer pen is just the beginning of vaping and learning about vape culture. There's so much to be explored in the world of vaporizers and there's always more happening. 

We have a thumb on the pulse of vaping and we're here to show you the way. Explore our site for more information on vaporizers and how to find the right fit for you.

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