Best Dry Herb Vaporizers of 2015

    The year 2015 saw some interesting new additions to the dry herb vaporizer category. It’s no surprise seeing as how many people were starting to make the lifestyle change from smoking to vaping. The technology has come a long way since then, but some of these old classics were certainly doing the job back in the day, so there’s no reason they wouldn’t today. They might lack a few nifty features we’ve grown to love, but for anyone looking to save some cash, 2015’s best dry herb vaporizers is a good place to start looking. Here’s a few of the biggest game changers:

  1. DaVinci Ascent: The predecessor to today’s IQ, the Ascent is what gained DaVinci so much recognition as a great brand in the first place. It was pretty ahead of its time with precise temperature control, and has a heat up time of 90 seconds. This model still costs about 250$ so nowadays it’s almost always worth it to drop a bit more cash for the IQ, but the Ascent is a classic which comes in lots of different styles and designs.
  2. Kandy Pens K-Vape: This pen shaped dry herb vaporizer was aimed at a slightly more casual consumer base, but at 95$ today it’s a great investment for anybody just recently starting to vape. The lifetime warranty is really nice too, because if any problems occur with it at all you can simply ship it off to Kandy Pens and they will replace it for you, simple and easy. This one’s got a deeper, bigger chamber than most other pen shaped vaporizers, making this just about the best dry herb vaporizer for anybody to start off with.

Puffit 2: The Puffit 2 deserves an honorable mention as well. These have been remade and redesigned almost every single year, but people keep buying them up. This great invention is an asthma inhaler shaped vape so you can easily consider this the best dry herb vaporizer in terms of stealth. It features a swappable battery, vibration alerts, and “advanced thermal alloy” in the heating chamber to deliver some quality vapor to your lungs.