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Choosing the Right Portable Vaporizer Portable vaporizers are available in varying types, sizes and usability. If you’re thinking of buying one of these tools, you need to understand their differences in order to end up with the right choice. Conduction vs. Convection Conduction vaporizers transfer heat from one object to another. The herbs come in direct contact with the sides of the vape’s chamber in conduction vaping. One problem is that the inside herbs may remain green and only the outside herbs are actually heated. That’s the reason vapers stir the herbs to vaporize them completely. On the other hand, hot air particles passing through the chamber are responsible for heating herbs in convection vaping. In other words, the herbs are never in direct contact with the heat, but are vaporized by hot air as you inhale.
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Internal vs. External Rechargeable Batteries
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This part will mainly depend on your particular situation. Obviously, when you use internal batteries, you don’t have to worry about how long you can vape without having to charge again. At the same time, you now have more charging options with internal battery vapes, including car adapters, battery packs and the rest. Materials You Vape Of course, what you vape does have an impact on the type of portable vaporizer you should get. Herbs For herbs, you want a heating chamber that’s made of pure ceramic and stainless steel, and has no exposed heating elements. The reason you don’t want any uncovered heating parts is to prevent the herbs from igniting, which will then create smoke instead of vapor. Must you use a vape whose heating element is exposed (for example, a vape pen), be sure to separate the herbs with the use of a glass screen. Wax and Concentrates Heating chambers with uncovered heating coils are actually perfect for wax and concentrates. The coil will melt the wax into oil and that’s what produces vapor. To prevent over-saturation of the chamber, use only a tiny amount of the concentrate at a time. Devices that are made with cotton wicks are good for absorbing excess oil. If you’re good with smoke instead of vapor, you can also use these devices to burn herbs. Or use a glass or mesh screen to prevent the herbs from touching the coil, as well as to produce vapor. However, these devices are still the best with concentrates. Liquids and Oils Finally, if you like vaping liquids, find a device with a heating chamber that comes with a liquid container that feeds into an atomizer. This is what many 3-in-1 options can’t match. While they can vape liquid with a separate container for oils, you can only put in a tiny amount at once. And the vapor produced won’t even be enough or won’t come as quickly as when you use a vape pen specifically created for this purpose.