Haze Vaporizer Tips

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The Haze is one of the newest additions to the portable vaporizer line up and has been attracting lots of attention, and that isn’t just because of it’s addition to celebrity gift bags at the Oscars. This unit’s dual bowl system has lots of people in the industry talking about it, so we’re here to give you the best tips to make the most of the Haze experience.

Tips for the Haze Vaporizer 

Haze Vaporizer Review

Using the unit is a cinch – just open the panel to reveal the dual heating chambers, add in your botanical or concentrates to the desired bowls, close the panel, flip the switch either forward or backwards to engage the corresponding heating chamber, press the button on the top of the unit to select your temperature, extend the mouth piece and enjoy! You can learn even more about it in our review of the Haze!

Haze vaporizer's botanical baskets- convection and conduction

Haze vaporizer with both stainless steel and glass mouth piecesThe Convection Basket

The first place where you can change your experience lies in the use of the baskets provided. In the package you’ll find two types of baskets: a convection basket and a conduction basket. The conduction basket allows your botanical to touch the inside of the heating chamber making for a faster heat up time while the convection basket suspends your botanical away from the heating chamber and relies on air moving around the heating chamber to heat your botanical. As some of you might already know, convection provides a more even heating and makes for a better overall experience if done right, so you can expect better tasting vapor from the convection basket!

Haze vaporizer's temperature setting lights

The Glass Mouth Piece

You also get a choice with the type of mouth piece you use in the unit. It comes with a stainless steel mouth piece and a glass mouth piece, and each has it’s merit, but when it comes to vapor quality, glass always wins. Glass has the ability to cool down vapor on it’s way to your mouth while also keeping the flavor true to your botanical. This is especially true when it comes to portables as you can easily see in the Ascent and Solo. Stainless steel isn’t bad and has the advantage of being more durable, but it’s still no match for glass.

Long, Slow Draws

The Haze can heat up pretty quickly, but this doesn’t change the fact that more hurried draws will only serve to overly cool the heating chamber, making it harder for you to get satisfying vapor. Once the heating chamber has reached the desired temperature, the temperature light will stop flashing and it will be ready for a draw. Taking a nice slow draw, like we mention in our vaporizing tips blog post will still alter the temperature in the heating chamber, but it will also improve the experience. The slower moving air will cool your botanical less, allowing for better extraction which will make every draw count more.

The Haze is a great unit and using these tips, you’ll be able to max out it’s potential and enjoy each and every session like it was your first!

 

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