A while back I wrote a guide for people looking to vape indoors without getting caught. I received a ton of feedback about it, the majority of which suggested getting a smoke Buddy and ozium would be enough to never get caught. On my most recent snowboarding trip to Mammoth Mountain I decided to take […] > Continue Reading!
Picking out a new vape is not an easy task. With such a variety of vaporizers available, it becomes quite annoying combing through so many sites to compare the features of each vape. I say this as I’m staring at a browser with a dozen or so open tabs as a result of my search […] > Continue Reading!
These 3 weed vapes are very popular at the 120-160 pricepoint. They each have their own pros and cons. Here’s what I think, in order of price. Xvape Starry The Starry, for 119 shipped with a nice grinder is the lowest priced vape in this comparison. The Starry is the only conduction vape on this […] > Continue Reading!
If you’re a daily user, the replacement parts for the Mighty and Crafty can become a tiresome expense. It’s not that they’re overly expensive at $5 for 3 sets… but if you’re blowing seals every 2 months, that’s $10/year. And chances are you’re only needing to replace the small one and not the bigger ones […] > Continue Reading!
Last season I went snowboarding with a variety of different vapes and picked my 5 favorite weed vapes to take snowboarding. This season I’ve been snowboarding almost exclusively with my Mighty vaporizer. Naturally, I’m always looking for ways to improve the experience. I decided my trip to Mammoth would be the perfect place to test the […] > Continue Reading!
I picked up the Omicron last summer when I needed something to compare to the Vivant Dabox and the Humboldt Sionara. It’s a wax pen style of vaporizer, but what makes it unique is the separable atomizer and battery. The Omicron is sold as a single vaporizer, but it is really two separate products – […] > Continue Reading!
A couple of years ago, if you wanted a pocketable weed vape capable of getting you stoned on the ski slopes – the Pax was really your only option. But it’s 2018 now, and there are several palm-sized dry herb vaporizers. Some are cheaper. Some are nicer. Several even have considerably better vapor. Here are […] > Continue Reading!
It’s 2018 and dry herb vape technology has blossomed. Pax has some nifty tech in the Pax 3, but it’s all related to user sensing and phone-connecting. It’s still a hot can of weed with the most basic conduction vapor achievable. I recently released a 1-year review video of the Pax 3. It’s a great […] > Continue Reading!
The Arizer Go is the latest vape to release in 2017. A surprise, really, considering Arizer has already launched the updated and improved Air II and Solo II. The ArGo solves the age-old Arizer portability problem. The Air and Solo models use a separate and/or protruding delicate glass stem – “portable” only if you are […] > Continue Reading!
I’ve always been drawn to books where the author hits the road in search of an existential sense of purpose. Here’s an excerpt from my favorite book, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas which was the catalyst for this road trip: “San Francisco in the middle sixties was a very special time and place to be a part […] > Continue Reading!