Yo, what’s up? It’s ya boy Dan, and I’m here to talk about the dope trend of refillable vape pens for weed. This sh*t is blowing up, and it’s no wonder why – these pens are discreet, convenient, and won’t break the bank.
So, let me break it down for y’all. Refillable vape pens are basically a simple electronic device that lets you smoke weed on-the-go. They’re like an upgrade from the nicotine vapes that have been around for a minute.
Basically, they’ve got a battery that powers a heating element called an atomizer and a wick that soaks up the cannabis oil. You just inhale on the vape pen or press a button to activate the sensor and get your hit.
Now, not all vape pens are created equal, so you gotta make sure you cop a good quality one. There’s tons of different types out there, but they mostly fall into two categories: refillable and disposable.
Disposable vape pens come with a prefilled cartridge of CBD e-juice or THC oil, and once it’s empty, you toss it out. Refillable vape pens have a refillable tank that connects to a rechargeable battery.
The pen-style design is super discreet, which is great when you’re trying to be low-key. And refillable CBD vape pens are usually lighter and smaller than other vape setups.
Some CBD vape pens let you do direct lung vaping, while others have a better mouth-to-lung draw. And while refillable pod vapes are usually for nicotine, they can also be used to vape CBD e-juice.
Now, here’s the difference between the disposable and refillable vape pens. Disposable ones come with everything you need in one package – the battery and cartridge are all set up for you. You just inhale and go.
But with refillables, you gotta buy your own CBD e-juice or cannabis concentrate oil separately. The initial cost is higher than buying a disposable one, but it’ll save you money in the long run since you can reuse them again and again.
Refillable pens also let you customize your vaping experience with adjustable airflow and power settings. You can choose between a direct lung vape with big clouds or a tighter draw that feels more like smoking.
A few tips for using refillable vapes: make sure it’s fully charged before heading out, fill up the cartridge enough so that the wicking holes on the outside are covered, and replace the cartridge as soon as you notice a drop in performance.
Now, let’s talk safety real quick. Not all vape pens are made equal – some cheap ones use toxic chemicals in their thinning process to turn thick cannabis oil into liquid form.
Two commonly used thinning agents are propylene glycol and polyethylene glycol, which can turn into carcinogenic substances like formaldehyde when vaped at high temperatures. And inhaling even low concentrations of propylene glycol can cause asthma and other respiratory problems.
Cheap vape pens also contain coils that heat up cannabis oil at too high of a temperature, which can be harmful to your health. And if your cannabis oil contains cuticle wax, there’s a potential risk of forming solidified granulomas in your lungs over time.
So when you’re choosing a vape pen, make sure to go for a reputable manufacturer with proven quality. Look for cannabis oil that has undergone winterization to remove cuticle wax and other compounds from the plant.
All in all, refillable vape pens are dope for smoking weed on-the-go. Just make sure to cop a good one and take care of yourself when it comes to safety concerns. Keep puffin’, my homies.