Airgraft is a Canadian company that operates in California. At some point, they’ll operate across the nation. Their claim to fame is a revolutionary vaping system that only heats, never burns, your oil due to the way heat is cycled through the battery and chamber.
Once you learn basic vape tech and oil types, the next thing you should look out for is who’s making the oil in the cartridge or pod—that includes producers growing the flower for source material and processors extracting oil from the bud.
Airo Pro AiroPods
Their vape batteries are powerful and long-lasting, and work great with DMT vape cartridges too. Just an FYI.
Their 2nd press solventless rosin carts are some of the most flavorful 510 cartridges I’ve ever come across. Rosin is pressed using heat and pressure, and the process creates leftover oil—which is then pressed and bottled into rosin carts, hence “second press.”
If you’re going to go with a closed-pod system like PAX Era or Airo Pro, you’ve already made your hardware decision and will be limited to that brand’s types of oils.
The Kandypens C-Box Pro is designed for 510 oil tanks. It utilizes magnetic adapters so you can just drop your tank in. The device stands at only 3 inches tall and is lightweight, despite its powerful 390 mAh battery. The C-Box Pro has four adjustable voltage settings up to 4.0 volts, charges via micro USB.
Voila! With the press of a button and a drag on the mouthpiece, high times are on demand. The odor is faint and dissipates quickly, so THC pens are the most convenient way to fly high while cruising under the radar. Keep reading to find out how to use a pen with your own THC oils and cartridges.
Kandypens Slim Kit
To fill your THC oil pen, all you’ll need is a syringe containing cannabis oil and an empty THC oil cart. Go slow. Let each layer settle before adding more oil, you don’t want to risk losing any of it! Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind.
The VRTCL is a robust and stylish weed pen. Featuring five power modes and a 380 mAh high capacity lithium-ion battery. It provides smooth and consistent hits, and won’t burn out your coil. It works perfectly with SPRK cartridges and most popular 510 threaded oil carts. It performs like the PCKT but it’s slimmer.
Cleaning the vape pen’s 510 connection is simple: just use a Q-tip and high-strength isopropyl, and wipe until clean. Cleaning the thread will not make a noticeable difference in the vape experience, but it will help prolong the lifespan of the device. While you are at it, make sure you clean the mouthpiece and 510 threads of your oil cartridge too.