Nov 28, 2012
The ThermoVape T1 is one of the newer portable vaporizers depending on rechargeable batteries that are recharged externally. The usual advantage to these is super fast heat up times, the T1 is no different. So let’s see how it compares to the DaVinci Vape.
The T1 vape delivers a mediocre vapor quality at best. I found that I had to hold the battery chamber in far too long to get the...
Nov 12, 2012
The Palm Vaporizer is a brand new portable vape that is much like the Magic Flight Launch Box. It is highly portable, but at what cost? Does it have what it takes to turn your attention away from the DaVinci Vape? Let’s find out.
The Palm Vape delivers some cool and smooth vapor pulls, however, they are markedly smaller than you might be used to. I would say each pull from the Palm...
Oct 1, 2012
I had to pit the new DaVinci Vape against another vaporizer I have been using almost non stop since its release, the VaporBLUNT. These two vapes definitely have a lot in common, but which one has the edge? Time to take a closer look and throw these two portable vaporizers under the microscope.
The VaporBLUNT undeniably has excellent vapor quality. When you pack the Vapor BLUNT’s herb...
May 30, 2012
Tips Before Use
When you pack the DaVinci Vape make sure you load your material to the top, don’t loosely pack it. Every time I packed the DaVinci herbal vape loosely I wasn’t getting nearly the results I was looking for, which of course is large smooth vapor pulls. Also, avoid packing the oil can with herbs, it might seem like it would add some punch, but in the end it really does...
May 15, 2012
Find out how the DaVinci Vape stacks up against one of its biggest competitors, the Wispr by Iolite. Read on to see what the results are and decide for yourself.
The Wispr gives off what I can best describe as an “airy” like vapor. It isn’t bad, but you can tell a lot of air is mixing in with the vapor. Some actually prefer this as it can make the vapor cooler before inhalation. On...