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Vapir No2 Vaporizer Review – Best in Class Vaporizers

Vapir is a small vaporizer, its main difference from others in its class is that it has a high powered rechargeable battery; this allows one to carry Vapir everywhere. It’s easy to use. Many of the vaporizers require input of power continuously for feeding them.

This is the reason that a big machine just like Volcano can never become wireless, but Vapir already is a wireless machine. Heating up of the coils uses up good amount of power, but one can use the vapir 4-5 times between charges. It can also be used while charging.

The Vapir NO2 vaporizer review is much better than the Volcano reviewed. In the Vapir, a pit is there at top for one to put their vaporizables in. One isn’t supposed to fill Vapir until it's heated fully, but according to the very high Vapir efficiency, there are very good chances that one will only vaporize some of what one packs and will leave a part for later. In order to empty it, one needs to dig it out with a pen or a nail tip or the whole unit over and bang on the back. This is not the only pain; it is much harder to use the unit as written in the instructions manual. It is not able to just pop off the top piece, it’s needed to be reheated to warm it up again and the materials have to be dogged out every consecutive session. The vapor produced by it is flavourful and smooth.
There's no traceable difference in the vapor of Volcano and vapor of Vapir. However, the temperature’s much stable with Volcano. There's a top piece (screened) with the Volcano, which is filled and is placed on or removed from the heat when one wants. It greatly helps in preventing one from wastage of materials, as it only sits on the heating element whenever it's being used but where the Volcano leaves behind Vapir is its packaging.  This allows one to first pack it, and then rest until unit stabilises the temperature, after that it’s popped on to fill the bag and afterwards it is removed.

Sure, efficiency of Vapir is hurt, but it's still more efficient than tar coaling one’s lungs. At $179, it's very less than the price as compared to the pricing of VolcanoComputer Technology Articles, which is as much as $700.

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