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A Vaporizer is a device used to release the active ingredients of your blends or oils/concentrates without combustion (which creates vapor). This is achieved through either Conduction or Convection (see below).
Instead of burning the material, your product is heated at a much lower temperature. This allows one to receive all of the benefits that blends have to offer without the carcinogens and other nasty by-products that are released during combustion using traditional methods.
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With Conduction vaporization, your blend is placed in direct contact with the heating source. On the other hand, Convection vaporization occurs when hot air passes over the blend, but never actually touches the heating element/source.
Most vaporizers make no sound at all. However, some of the forced-air units (Volcano, Extreme Q, etc.) will make a light fan noise when the balloons are being filled or air is passing through the whip.
There is a slight smell that is released upon exhaling (comparable to lightly burnt popcorn), but it’s very mild when compared to traditional methods.
For each vaporizer, the warranty period and coverage are pursuant to the manufacturer’s warranty policy. Most vaporizers come with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty. We can handle the entire warranty process on some vaporizers, but some manufacturers like DaVinci and Magic Flight request that all warranty claims are processed by them directly. We will assist customers wherever possible. Please get in touch one of our representatives if you have any questions concerning the warranty on your vape.