I started out as a fan of smoking dried marijuana flower.
However, the smoke, odors, ash and need for specialized gear was often a problem.
I decided to give vaping a try. Vaping cannabis provides a very similar experience to smoking a joint. It avoids the drawbacks and offers convenience and a wonderful flavor burst. Because the process eliminates combustions, it preserves more of the cannabinoids and terpenes. The experience is especially enjoyable. As I’ve experimented with different types of refillable and disposable pens, I’ve gotten quite particular about quality. With so many options on the market, buying the right vape pen requires some attention to detail. I start by looking for quality airflow. Airflow is extremely important. I want the ability to adjust the airflow and a pen designed to promote high-performance air intake. Increased airflow isn’t quite as harsh on the throat. It results in more vapor and a coller draw. I also prefer a vape pen that automatically turns off. I can be forgetful. A vape pen that shuts off automatically after fifteen or twenty minutes helps to preserve battery life. Long-lasting battery power is also a priority. I don’t want to discover a dead battery right when I’m really hoping to enjoy a vape. I like pens that include a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. I can usually get a week’s worth of battery life from a single charge. The batter pens provide at least three power settings. Having options lets me customize the dosage per inhale and personalize the experience. Those marijuana vape pens that offer a USB charging port are super convenient. The better, more modern designs feature a battery life indicator, power settings and charging status.