Vapor brothers vaporizer review
Vaporbrothers was the first company to introduce the box style vaporizer to the market, in 1999. The unit has been improved since, but the principle has remained the same: a whip is connected to the heating element and the user can draw vapor from the whip. The type we will review is the Hands-Free model, where the whip will stays locked to the unit. Technically, it is a one-hand-free type, since you still have to hold the whip. But more importantly, how does it perform?
The temperature of the Vaporbrothers can be adjusted with a switch on the front of the unit. This button duals as a temperature setting and power button. However, there is no temperature indication. This means it will take some practice to find the right temperature for the herb you are vaporizing. Once you have found out what the best settings is for you, you will have to remember this. What I found out to work best, is to remember the settings as if it were a clock. Which, in the case of Mary Jane, turned out be 12 ‘o clock. After about 5 minutes, the unit was ready to produce decent hits of vapour. Reducing the temperature led to less dense vapour, higher temperatures can turn your herb brownish – a sign that combustion took place.
A major drawback of the VB lies in the design. The heating element sits at an angle, and when placing the whip onto the heater, there is the risk of spilling herb, which can then fall in the inside part of the box – where the wiring is. This opening is needed for air circulation, but I believe it would be an improvement if there was some sort of screen that could prevent anything from falling into this space. To avoid this from happening, tilt the box at an angle when placing the whip onto the heating element.
Compared to some other, more recent vaporizers, the hits that are produced are not as thick, and compared to forced air vaporizers it takes a bit more practice to find out how hard you should draw. However, after using the VB a couple of times, I can’t see why anyone would not like it. The wooden box looks classy (although tastes differ), it produces excellent vapour, and the manufacturer offers 2 years full warranty.Vapor brothers vaporizer review Vaporbrothers was the first company to introduce the box style vaporizer to the market, in 1999. The unit has been improved since, but the principle has remained
Vapor Brothers Vaporizer Review – Hands Free Desktop
I really like everything about this desktop vaporizer from Vapor Brothers. There are very few wooden vaporizers on the market. The VB1 is a wooden dry herb desk top vaporizer from the company that invented whip style vaporizers. Seriously, they even hold the patent for it. This device is easy to use and intuitive. Hence, the design is simple. And, it is simple to operate and enjoy. The only thing that is not simple are the tasty fat clouds that the VB1 produces. For that reason, I am happy to produce today’s Vapor Brothers Vaporizer Review for your pleasure and consideration.
I think you will discover that the VB1 is a quality vaporizer for your dry herbs that will bring you great pleasure at a reasonable price. And, as one of the first and oldest hands free desktop vaporizers, it really has stood the test of time.
Vapor Brothers Vaporizer Review
This was the first Vapor I ever owned. I have had my unit for going on about 8 years now. It works as well today as it did when I still had hair on my head. My mother even put it in the trash one night after a big party. It rained that night. I spent close to 2 hours sifting through my neighbor’s trash to find it. I did find it, I washed it in my kitchen sink with the sprayer hose thing. Then it didn’t work for almost a month. But, when the damn thing was good and dry, and good and ready, it started working again. And, Ive never had a problem since.
The Vapor Brothers, out of California, have been at this since the last millienium. And to this day they are still on top, as a result of this model – The VB1. I love the simplicity and how well it functions. I love the longevity. Well, I really like just about everything. It is a solid product. And, those have been hard to come by over the last 20 years. Let’s take a look at the particulars and see why the VB1 is so great.
Vapor Brothers Vaporizer – The Stuff
First of all, don’t be fooled by the unassuming look of the VB1. They’re not interested in impressing you with digital flashing lights and all that jazz. No, they just want you to enjoy your vaping. So, they send you this wooden box in a really nice padded carry case. Secondly, the box is a nice smoothly finished apparatus with four rubber feet for air flow and circulation. And, a simple knob controls the temperature. Well, that’s about it. What more do you need ?
The Specs are simple. VB1 was the first real glass on glass design. The heating chamber is glass, as is the connector. And, the handle is sweet, white and ceramic. The grip is silicon. And, the hose is clear medical grade.
You get some pretty high quality extras. The stirring stick is made from real bamboo. You get extra screens and a nice grinder. Most importantly, the taste is great. And, this is due to their trademark, “natural mineral heater.” This means no toxic interference. That is what Vapor Brothers claim. Is it true? How the hell do I know. But, I can say the vape is clean and consistent. So, I will take their word for it.
Vapor Brothers Vaporizer – Bottom Line
The bottom line is this, if they weren’t any good they wouldn’t still be around. That alone is testament enough to give you confidence in this hands free vaporizer. The VB1 costs less than $200 dollars. So, you really risk nothing in buying one. Moreover, it is also a great collectible for the vaping elitist. It is simple to operate. And it does it’s job well. What more need be said? In conclusion, Thumbs up to this Vapor Brothers Vaporizer Review.I really like everything about this desktop vaporizer from Vapor Brothers. There are very few wooden vaporizers on the market. ]]>