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How do I find the right vaporiser for me?

Vaporisers are devices that are used to vaporise medicinal herbs (e.g. sage, thyme, lavender) or concentrates instead of burning them. They are divided into two main categories: stationary and portable vaporisers. Both have their own advantages and disadvantages, which may vary depending on the user's needs and preferences. Here are some steps to help you find the best vaporiser for your needs:

1. Stationary or portable?

Stationary vaporisers are larger devices that are usually designed for use at home. They are usually connected to a power outlet and have a variety of features, such as precise temperature control and large chambers for medicinal herbs. These types of vaporisers often offer higher performance and efficiency compared to portable models.

They are well suited for longer vapour sessions and are often popular with people who value consistent vapour quality and are willing to invest in a high-quality device.

Portable vaporisers, on the other hand, are smaller, more compact devices that have been developed for use on the go. They are usually battery-operated and can therefore be taken anywhere. Portable vaporisers are generally easier to use and require less maintenance than stationary models. They are well suited for people who value mobility and discretion, as they can be easily stored in a pocket or handbag. Although portable vaporisers may not offer the same performance and capacity as stationary models, they are a practical option for occasional or mobile use.

Stationary or portable

Overall, it can be said that the main difference between stationary and portable vaporisers lies in their size, performance, mobility and application. The choice between the two depends on the user's individual preferences, lifestyle and needs.

2. The heating method of a vaporiser

heating method of a vaporiser

A convection vaporiser uses airflow to heat the desired substances. In a convection vaporiser, the air is passed through a heating element before it flows through the material, causing the desired active ingredients to vaporise. An example of a convection vaporiser is the "WOLKENKRAFT FX MINI ULTRA" which is known for its precise temperature control and even vaporisation of medicinal herbs. Convection vaporisers generally offer gentle and even heating of the material, resulting in a pleasant vapour experience.

In contrast, a conduction vaporiser uses direct contact between the heating element and the material to vaporise the desired compounds. In a conduction vaporiser, the material is placed directly on the heating element or placed in a chamber that is in direct contact with the heating element. A well-known example of a conduction vaporiser is the "PAX Plus", which is known for its fast heat-up time and compact design. is popular. Conduction vaporisers tend to provide faster heating, but may be more prone to uneven heating and occasional burning of the material.

A hybrid vaporiser combines the properties of convection and conduction heating. This enables more versatile and precise heating of the material. An example of a hybrid vaporiser is the "Mighty + ", which combines the advantages of both heating methods to provide an optimal vapour experience. Hybrid vaporisers can offer a wide range of temperatures while ensuring even and efficient vaporisation.

Overall, convection vaporisers offer gentle and even heating, conduction vaporisers offer faster heating times and hybrid vaporisers offer versatile and precise heating. The choice between them depends on the individual preferences and needs of the user.

3. The chamber size of a vaporiser

The chamber size of a vaporiser refers to the space in which the material to be vaporised is placed. It varies depending on the model and can have a significant impact on the vapour experience. A larger chamber allows more material to be vaporised. which enables longer vapour sessions without refilling. This is ideal for longer usage sessions or for use in groups. On the other hand, a smaller chamber can tend to overfill.

Material to vaporise more efficiently and possibly offer a more intense flavour development. The choice of chamber size ultimately depends on the user's individual preferences and how they want to use their vaporiser.

The chamber size of a vaporiser

4. The battery power of a vaporiser

The battery power of a vaporiser plays a decisive role in the user experience and the portability of the device. A powerful rechargeable battery enables longer vaping sessions.

Vapour sessions without constant recharging. Modern vaporisers are equipped with lithiumion batteries that offer high capacity and fast charging times. The battery life varies depending on the model and usage, but most high-quality vaporisers offer several sessions per charge. Some variants offer the option of swapping batteries.

A prime example of this is the "FocusVape Pro S". It allows the user to carry additional batteries and thus extend the vaporiser's service life. When purchasing additional batteries, it is important to pay attention to high quality and the class A specification. An inferior replacement battery can have a negative effect on the performance of the vaporizer and therefore your vaping experience. Battery performance is therefore an important factor when choosing a vaporiser and has a significant influence on the convenience and flexibility of the device in use.

The battery power of a vaporiser

5. The cleaning

Regular cleaning of your vaporiser is of crucial importance in order to maintain to ensure optimum performance and a pure vapour experience. Thanks to their modular design, some appliances can be easily dismantled, which makes cleaning easier. One example is the "WOLKENKRAFT ÄRiS ULTRA". While other vaporisers can only be can be disassembled. Vaporisers should always be cleaned after each use. The bowl must be cleaned to avoid deposits of medicinal herb residues.

Neglected appliances tend to be less effective as draughts can increase and oil can condense and block the air path, which could lead to overheating. If you maintain your appliance regularly, you will benefit from improved performance and longevity in the long term.


6. Effect and vapour

The vapour from a vaporizer unfolds a gentle and even effect on the body and mind. In contrast to the use of traditional methods, a vaporiser does not burn the material, but instead to a temperature that is sufficient to release the desired active ingredients without producing harmful combustion by-products.

The inhaled vapour is often gentler and less stressful for the respiratory tract than conventional combustion products. This reduces the risk of irritation and damage to the lungs.

The effect of the vapour sets in quickly, as the ingredients are absorbed directly into the lungs and from there quickly enter the bloodstream.

The effects can vary depending on the substance used, but can include a wide range of sensations, including relaxation, euphoria, pain relief or improved concentration. The precise control of the temperature allows users to regulate the intensity and type of effect. This enables a customised experience.

All in all, the steam from a vaporiser offers an efficient and gentle way of.

Effect and vapour

We hope that the information provided will help you to find the right vaporiser. If you are still unsure which vaporiser best meets your requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us by phone or e-mail. on +49 (0) 3621 429 6366 or by e-mail at info@vapowelt.de. We will be happy to provide you with personalised advice. Our primary goal is to help you find the product that suits you best.

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