Vapor Blunt 2.0 Review
The Vapor Blunt line of products has a bad history associated with it. Everything from the Palm to the sister “Vapor Blunt” product have all been faulted for engineering and usage problems among those in the vaping community. When we were tasked with reviewing the Vapor Blunt 2.0, we were honestly kind of bummed. We thought that we were going to be reviewing yet another piece of garbage that nobody should shell out cash for.
Boy were we wrong.
It appears that the Vapor Blunt 2.0 is the black sheep in the Vapor Blunt community. The device is well constructed, goes for a reasonable price, and ended up producing vapor that exceeded our expectations (not to say that they were that high, this is Vapor Blunt after all).
The Vapor Blunt 2.0 includes a rechargeable battery, can be used with herbs and oils, has a 90 second heat up time, and has an internal stir knob. A lot of those features are present in the first Vapor Blunt, so there isn’t a lot of innovation there, but we were impressed with the change in the product’s build and overall better quality.
The 90 second heat up time is longer than the 60 second heat up time that the Vapor Blunt 1.0 had, but the results are night and day. While the original Vapor Blunt was wildly inconsistent, the Vapor Blunt 2.0 is spot on all the time, with a vapor that is both smooth and cool. We experienced what we think was actual combustion in the 1.0, but the Vapor Blunt 2.0 got us nowhere near that mark.
We ended up getting several good hits off the Vapor Blunt 2.0, and can say with full honesty that the device is the best product in the whole Vapor Blunt family.
This may be the only time you will ever hear us say this, but we fully recommend the Vapor Blunt 2.0. The device is built well and produces a great amount of high quality vapor. This is the cream of the crop in terms of Vapor Blunt’s offerings.
Vapor Blunt 2.0 Review The Vapor Blunt line of products has a bad history associated with it. Everything from the Palm to the sister “Vapor Blunt” product have all been faulted for engineering