vaporizers on ebay

Vaporizers on ebay

Ebay just removed my listings, a few of which had bids :groan:

I had a solo 2, Mv1 and an IQ listed.

This has been happening for years, they will come through and do a sweep every so often.

Sometimes vape related Items which are en-route or already received will disappear from my purchase history, or be replaced with some random generic item.

@ pud Ebay pisses me off these days. It was awesome back in the day, like the wild west.

I said eff it and put them on craigslist. I’ll see what happens.

It would be smart just keep them. Seems like I get a vape, love it for a while and then sell it. Eventually I rediscover what was so awesome about it, usually by watching reviews, and buy it again. It hasn’t happened much, but it does happen.

“Because it didn’t follow our tobacco and e-cigarettes policy.” LOL hey dumb shits, it doesn’t have anything to do with tobacco or e-cigarettes! Ebay is a thieving company. and really not that smart. (How do you get 11%+ of every sale and not collect ALL the money? lol) They do not care about the sellers at all. They would make no money if it were not for the sellers. Very ironic. They must be Keynesians, thinking the consumer drives the economy. Put the cart before the horse, if you will.

Just curious, which vapes have you re-bought after selling? How do you like them currently?

@ highasakite Arizer is a big one. 1st I bought a Solo2 and after the first use I listed it on ebay. That was early on in the vaping world for me and after owning the Pax3, a couple of Starry’s and the Mighty. Later after watching another slew of reviews I got another Solo2 and turned it up to the max heat and loved it. So much so that I bought a 2nd, haha. I also got the Air 2 and love it. Then I bought an Argo and hated it so I sold it. Again a few months later a bought another Argo but this time I loved it :chin: Who knows, it’s probably me but it could also be the unit itself that was sub-par?

I’m actually contemplating getting another Pax3, but the constant cleaning (nasty sticky gooey) and the strong odor has me thinking twice.

Lately I’ve been into non regulated stuff, It has me going in the wooden artisan direction. But I have to say that the other night I got the Argo out and turned it up to the max, 428 I think, and it was great.

Ebay just removed my listings, a few of which had bids I had a solo 2, Mv1 and an IQ listed.

Vaporizers on ebay

These days you can find anything online. From wholesale oats, children’s toys and even spare computer parts. However if you’re trying to find e-cigs, e-juice or any vaporizers, accessories and parts or vape sets online, you should pay extra attention to which retailer you go through. It can be against terms of services to purchase vaporizers from Amazon and eBay. This is because it violates their list of prohibited items for sellers. Some companies are still trying to get away with selling their vaporizer products online , but there are a lot of reasons not to give those companies your money.

Don’t get us wrong, you will find batteries and atomizers for sale or even dry herb vape pens on Amazon and eBay. However, those companies or individual sellers will get shut down by the website. They generally draw customers in with their unbelievable low prices but don’t be fooled. These sellers are operating illegally and should not be supported. Chances are they don’t provide warranty like Haze Vaporizer’s warranty, but even if they do provide it, there listing will get shut down so you can’t claim that warranty from them anyways. It’s like a Ponzi scheme would be where they promise you something only to run away at the end. They have no obligations after their listing is taken down after selling vaporizers on Amazon or eBay.

The following products are among the e-cig and vaporizer items prohibited from being sold on the online web store:

  • E-cigarettes
  • E-hookahs
  • Electronic pipes
  • Electronic cigars
  • New and replacement cartridges
  • Atomizers
  • Vape Batteries
  • Clearomizers
  • Vape juice or similar refill liquids
  • Dry Herb Vaporizers
  • Wax Vaporizers

As you can plainly see from the list above, any company that is selling dry herb vaporizers, dab pens, or vaporizer parts using Amazon or eBay is very clearly violating terms of service. If you are interested in purchasing a vaporizer, the logical first step is to go directly to the authorized resellers.

Authorized Resellers

If you do choose to purchase your herbal vaporizer through eBay or Amazon it will generally be through a somewhat shady distributor that partakes in illegal practices. This allows them to undercut the cost quite a bit, which can be a great draw to purchasing through the giant online retailer. This devalues the product in a deeper way than just selling it at a lower price. With the product cost lower than the manufacturer predicted feasible, there won’t be a proper cost analysis available for future manufacturing and warranty costs. With those costs skewed, reliable companies won’t be able to meet the same price with the same manufacturing quality, and products will become less desirable and less reliable.

It is also quite likely that the distributors you will find for vaporizers and accessories on Amazon or eBay will not provide a warranty. Most of the products are cheaply made and fall apart quite quickly. This is probably why the independent retailers selling them don’t offer warranties. If you purchase your vape pen directly through an authorized reseller that is reliable online, you will usually get a detailed warranty that provides service when you need help with functionality or replacement parts for your piece.

Basically you should completely stay away from purchasing the best vapes on Amazon altogether. The retailers aren’t trustworthy, the comments clearly show fault in the product and they won’t replace broken products. You would be supporting illegal companies and helping to mar the vaporizer industry. Buying from the manufacturer or a respected vapor company ensures that you support a thriving vape industry and quality products.

Dry Herb Vaporizer Amazon and eBay – Warranty

Being able to buy what you want for a less price than anywhere else truly feels good. Being able to brag about it to all your friends feels even better. What doesn’t feel good is being turned away when you spent $250 on an electric device that isn’t working anymore. All electronic devices will stop working at some point. The best way to avoid this is to find a vaporizer for weed or wax vape pen that has a good warranty support. This means when you need to use the warranty, they will be able to send the replacement without a problem. This is where buying a weed vape pen on an online marketplace isn’t good. The warranty will not be valid.

Why Doesn’t Amazon Sell Vapes?

Not only does amazon not sell vapes but eBay and almost all other online marketplace is the same. Vapes are in a gray area where many companies don’t want to touch it. It is not fully regulated yet. This is why Google, Facebook and other big media companies won’t advertise anything vape related.

A part of why they do this is because the FDA or government has’nt given the green light on it. It is mainly because it is a new technology and more studies have to be done on the safety of e-cigs . It also has to do with smoking/nicotine, so many big companies are treading lightly.

Amazon is right for not selling vapes yet. Dab pens on amazon are the same. Always remember, as a rule of thumb, stay away from vapes on eBay. If you do purchase one from either site, just know the seller is probably suspended already.

Buying a vape pen for the first time can be very frustrating but buying a fake vaporizer from Amazon or eBay can hurt you in the long run.