A growing market, it seems that pen vaporizers know no bounds. But that doesn’t mean that every vape pen that looks like a bargain is one. However, with many of us looking for a decent pen in the affordable price range up to $150, it is possible to vape on a budget and not be disappointed.
But what vape pens are out there? Is budget everything? It is if you have a limited amount to spend on a vape pen and, of course, the list is subjective – in other words, you have your own set of criteria as to what you want in a pen. We have chosen just a few of the best dry herb vaporizer pens available in 2018.
The Linx Ares
This little pen has a lot going for it. Marketed as ‘embracing the power’, the lightweight 74g Linx Ares vaping pen eliminates the loading process, making it super simple to use. No more waste, the marketing patter promises, and it seems that it is delivering.
With a battery lasting two to three hours between charges, it heats instantly, producing a satisfying fresh flavor.
Easy to clean, it can be effortlessly taken apart and put back together, too. With a glass mouthpiece, stainless steel and other medical grade materials, there is little to complain about when it comes to this vape pen.
The Shatterizer Concentrate Vaporizer
Invented with the user in mind, the Shatterizer Concentrate Vaporizer has created a ’10 Easy Step Plan’ for everyone to get the most from the dab pen.
The prototype won critical acclaim and now with the product on the market, it doesn’t disappoint – especially considering its price point.
Arriving fully assembled, you’ll be vaping in no time. It comes with everything you need, including a three-light indicator temperature setting and a battery with an awesome 4-hour life.
Its battery charges within three hours and you can enjoy up to 70 hits per charge. So, you can see how the many features of this affordable vape pen is winning fans.
Backed with unrivalled customer support, Shatterizer are true to their word when they say they want everyone to have an enjoyable and easy vaping experience.
Grizzly Honey Dab Pen Vaporizer
It was designed, say Grizzly, with both affordability in mind and the ‘portable concentrate connoisseurs’.
Portability is written all over the Grizzly Honey Dab Pen, and yet size doesn’t diminish the powerful experience it offers users.
There is an element of fun to this pen too, especially in the way that it is marketed. Whilst others take themselves very seriously, Grizzly has developed a marketing package that showcases it light side but without compromising on the quality and ease of use that they insist on.
It comes complete with a variable voltage battery and with a variable thread on the atomizer, so it is possible this affordable dab pen can be used with other batteries.
It is, undoubtedly, great value – and with users scoring it a 9 out of 10, it is worthy of a place on the list. It arrives complete with wax tool and other bits and bobs, including a gift box.
V2 Pro Series 3
It is the smallest vape pen on the market, and one that means dry herbs can be vaped without combustion.
A multi-use pen, it also has different price points, topping off at $110. The various sizes contribute to how portable the vape pen actually is, too. However, it has a small chamber and that means for the price point, you could find a better vape pen on the market.
Its battery life isn’t too great either, but what does attract users is the lifetime warranty (only if you buy directly from the manufacturer) and the familiarity that some users have with the series make them die-hard fans.
And finally, just pipping the Grizzly Honey dab pen in terms of price is the DynaVap Vapcap original.
This vape pen is not battery operated but used with a torch or lighter, neither of which are included.
However, if you have the inclination, this is widely regarded as the cheapest vaporizer that works well.
If you are on a shoestring budget, then this is the vape pen for you. However, stretch a few more dollars and you could enjoy the hassle-free workings of the Grizzly Honey dab pen.
It does offer a decent draw however and does tell you the correct temperature with a simple click.
Worth the money? Yes, if you don’t mind doing a little more work.
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