Boundless CFX Vaporizer Review
It seems like Boundless came out of nowhere with these CF and CFX vaporizers but man I’m sure glad they did.
These two portable vapes for dry herbs are on the lower end of the price scale but their performance sits comfortably above-average.
Watch my video review below to learn everything you need to know and to see these vapes in action.
The two models perform almost exactly the same but there are a few main differences…
The CFX is the larger one with the big LCD display on the front, and on this screen they show you three things: 1) the current temp as well as a cool temperature scale (looks like a speedometer), 2) a small battery life indicator, and 3) an auto shut-off timer that counts up from 0 to 300 seconds (it shuts off after 5 minutes).
The CF would be the pocket-sized model and this is the one I recommend more if you actually want a portable vape to carry around with you on-the-go. I consider the CFX to be more of a cordless home vape, but it’s still pretty small and easy to transport if you travel a lot.
What I like best about these is how quickly you get good vapor from them and how easy they are to use. If you’re a beginner these vapes are a no-brainer, but even if you’re an experienced vaper I still think you’ll be impressed.
Right now the CF is $130 and the CFX is $170, and these are definitely now on my list of best vaporizers under $200.
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Boundless CFX Vaporizer Review It seems like Boundless came out of nowhere with these CF and CFX vaporizers but man I’m sure glad they did. These two portable vapes for dry herbs are on