Top 3 Characteristics of a Discreet Vaporizer

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Greetings fellow connoisseurs! Today we’re going to break down what you should be looking for when you want to buy a discreet vaporizer.
More often than not, discretion is a large part of what people are looking for when they look to get a vaporizer. They’re basically looking for a unit that doesn’t attract a lot of attention so they can vaporize in peace no matter where they are, but what makes a vaporizer discreet?

Discreet Vaporizer’s Top 3 Characteristics

Top 3 Characteristics of a Discreet Vaporizer - Ascent, Puffit and MFLB
Top 3 Characteristics of a Discreet Vaporizer - Design: Puffit Vaporizer

Design

Your vaporizer has to be designed such that it looks unsuspecting. Sometimes this comes in the form of the unit taking a shape of something else, such as the Puffit looking like a puffer or the DaVinci looking like a walkie talkie. This makes those who may be around you less suspicious of what you’re doing as your interaction with the unit doesn’t look out of the ordinary. It should also be mentioned that if the unit has a lot of flashing lights or beeps a lot, it won’t serve your purposes. For example, the bottom of the G-Pen lights up blue every time you take a draw, so that is not really ideal.
Top 3 Characteristics of a Discreet Vaporizer - Portability: The MFLB

Portability

This not only means that the unit is small enough to easily fit in your hand without much of the unit sticking out, but also that the unit has good battery life. For this reason, it’s a good idea to know about the battery powered vaporizers on the market. Your vaporizer  is no good to you if it runs out of juice, and I’m sure you can imagine how counter-intuitive it would be to walk up to a plug and finish your session in front of it. Having something that’s small not only makes it easy to keep it from being scrutinized, but it’s also easier to put it in your pocket and wander off if you realize it’s time for a change of scenery.
Top 3 Characteristics of a Discreet Vaporizer - Odour: Ascent

Odour

Not many people factor this into their calculations when picking a unit, but how your unit performs in this category can make or break the unit’s discreetness profile. James at Vaporblog wrote a great piece on how to Minimize Portable Vape Smell, and we agree that it’s a necessity a lot of the time, but it can be a challenge with some units. If the unit gets too hot and combusts your botanical, the smell is something many will take note of. Not to mention that combustion isn’t exactly desirable as combustion is what you’re trying to avoid by vaporizing! On the other hand, if the unit doesn’t get hot enough, you won’t be able to enjoy any vapor from your unit. It’s a difficult conundrum to solve. A few solutions are units that have a fixed temperature setting that are high enough to vaporize but not high enough to burn, like the WISPR 2 or the Iolite V2. You could also choose a unit with some temperature flexibility so you can have it high enough to vaporize, but not high enough that it creates a smell that attracts a lot of attention.
These 3 things are paramount when it comes to discreet vaporizers. Making sure that your unit has these characteristics will assure you a ninja-style vaping session wherever you go. From crowded parks to lonely alleys, you’ll be able to worry less about someone catching wind of your activities and enjoy your sessions all the more!

 

Our question for you fellow connoisseurs this week is Which of these characteristics do you think is most important?
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Milad is a gadget collector and master crafter extraordinaire. He loves taking things apart, marvel comics and 'Iron Man.'

16 Comments

  1. I would have to say design. With good design, you get good portability. WIth good design, you handle the odour issue. With a good design, and everything else falls into place….so yup, I vote Design.

  2. While all three listed items are important, Odour would be the foremost consideration for me, as I don’t like smelling smoke on anyone, and Clients sure don’t like having to smell what you’ve been smoking. Odour by far out weighs portability and design.

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