Vapes come in a huge variety of shapes, sizes, manufacturing qualities, and of course, prices. Ten years ago, you may have had to fork over a decent bit of cash to get yourself an enjoyable vaping experience. Now though, it’s not impossible to find a decent quality vape for under a hundred dollars, and there are tons of incredibly high quality designs for 200-300$. In this article, I’ll provide you with the names of the best vaporizer in every price range from less than 100$, 100-200$, 200-300$, and 300$+. For starters, at about 50$, the Atmos Jump dry herb vaporizer is an excellent tool for a very casual vaper. Its carbon fiber, vape pen design is slick and discreet and it vaporizes herb quite evenly, especially for such a budget item. At the higher end of this range, costing about 95$, Kandypens’ K-Vape herb vaporizer makes use of convection heating and a stainless steel composition. Most importantly though, Kandypens offers a lifetime warranty on their products, so any defects can be taken care of easily through the manufacturer. Next up between 100$ and 200$, the best vaporizer you can hope to get at around 150$ is the Arizer Solo. You still won’t find full control over your temperature, but the presets cover all your bases at 50 degrees, and 185 increasing in increments of 5 to 210 degrees celsius.
The use of stainless steel and anodized aluminum, as well as a glass mouthpiece, ensures a high quality flavor. Now we can get serious with the 200-300$ range. Keeping with the trend, the Arizer Solo 2 just may be the best vaporizer under 300$. In this updated model, the stainless steel chamber is replace with an all glass vapor pathway for optimal flavor, and the Solo 2 offers total control over precise temperatures between 50-220 degrees celsius, plus it only takes 30-60 seconds to heat up compared to the first Solo’s 2 minute warm up time. Over 300$, you just can’t go wrong with the Firefly 2. Employing borosilicate glass for a vapor path, and magnesium alloy for its chassis, you know some serious thought went into the science for this USB sized badboy. The cherry on top of the sundae for spending this much cash on a vape though is definitely the ridiculously low 10 second heat up time. If you can afford the Firefly 2, nothing can beat the ease of use and discretion that comes with it.