How to use portable vaporizers?

Because portable vaporizers are still a relatively new phenomena, it’s okay if you don’t know how to use one. While the current desktop vaporizer was created in the 1990s, it was in the form of big desktop units that were never very popular. Following the launch of the e-cigarette in the early 2000s, manufacturers modified the concept to develop vape pens, and the idea caught off. In many parts of the globe, vaporizing is now more popular than smoking.


So, precisely what is a vaporizer?

It’s an electrical device that heats a material to a high enough temperature to convert it from solid to liquid to vapor. While all vaporizers serve the same goal, there are several vaporization alternatives. They may be enormous desktop vapes that plug into the wall or little ‘vape pens’ that fit in your pocket and can be used anywhere. There are also vaporizers built for certain chemicals.

Dry herb vapes, wax vapes, oil vapes, and e-liquid vapes are all available. Most purchasers are looking for a vaporizer for a certain purpose, thus this is the most significant feature for them. In addition to vapes that evaporate a single material, there are vaporizers that vaporize a range of substances, including dried herbs, wax, oil, and e-liquid. Additional attachments may be required to vaporize several sorts of drugs, but we’ll get to that later.


The pricing and quality of vaporizers might also vary. You can get inexpensive vape pens that perform the job for roughly $20, but they will be basic, restricted, and have a shorter lifetime. As the quality of vaporizers improves, you can expect to pay hundreds of dollars for a top-of-the-line model. Depending on your budget and requirements, you may frequently find a perfect alternative in the center. Continue reading to learn how to use each style of vaporizer.



Many individuals purchase dry herb vaporizers as a non-smoking option. The majority of dry herb vaporizers employ convection rather of combustion, resulting in a smooth vapor that is cooler and healthier than smoke. To begin using a dry herb vaporizer, ensure that your battery is completely charged.


Then, before loading, thoroughly ground your herbs. Dry herb vapes circulate hot air through a tiny chamber containing dry herbs, allowing the air to contact as much surface area as possible. This is best achieved by thoroughly crushing your herbs before packaging. Then, just load your dried herbs into the chamber to fill it. Compressing the herbs too much reduces surface area and results in a weaker punch. If your chamber is too densely packed, it might also be difficult to achieve a good draw.



In dry herb vapes, the chamber is normally linked to the mouthpiece, although it may also be found at the bottom of the vaporizer. You are ready to heat after your chamber is completely filled (but lightly packed). All dry herb vapes have a temperature setting; the simpler ones will have a few options (typically low, medium, and high), while others will be able to be adjusted to a precise temperature.

The temperature at which you evaporate depends on personal choice and the plants you’re using, but it’s typically suggested to vape dry herbs between 375°F and 430°F. Use a low-temperature setting when initially starting off. If you’re not obtaining a lot of vapor, you may make adjustments as needed. You want a semi-thick vapor that fades within 10 seconds after breathing. The vapor should smell like a mix of your herbs and slightly charred popcorn. If you’re getting thick smoke that smells burned, your dry herb vape is overheating.

When your vaporizer is hot, take a long, smooth draw and exhale when you’re ready. You’ll notice the taste decrease as you evaporate. Open the chamber when there is little or no taste remaining. Take cautious, since this may become rather hot. The color of your dried herbs should be roasted light brown. You may empty them and replace them with a new load in the chamber.



Cloud V Wax Pen
Cloud V Wax Pen

Before wax vapes, the only way to consume wax products was via dab rigs (homemade or otherwise). Wax Pens have revolutionized the game, and you may now enjoy wax without needing to be an expert. As with any other vape, ensure sure your battery is properly charged. Then, on your wax vape, locate the heating chamber. This is often connected to the battery. When you open the heating chamber, you should see some kind of coil. These are available in a variety of forms and materials, including quartz and ceramic. Drop a dab of wax onto the coils using a dab tool and shut the heating chamber. You may now switch on the pen now that it has been loaded. Many vape pens switch on by rapidly pressing the power button five times, but if this doesn’t work, see the user manual that came with your vape.

Wax vapes, unlike dry herb vaporizers, heat up very instantly, allowing you to start vaping right away. Some pens will activate automatically, while many will need you to hold down the power button while vaping. Inhale slowly and evenly. Because wax may be highly intense, I suggest beginning with smaller dosages and gradually increasing your dosage. Many wax vapes lack temperature control, but if yours does, start with a low setting and increase it as needed. Wax doesn’t produce much waste, so if you’re not receiving vapor, it’s definitely time to pack a new dab. Allow a few minutes for your pen to cool before reloading, since the heating chamber may get quite hot.



There are several types of oil vaporizers available. Many of the lesser versions, like wax vapes, will lack temperature control, while others will feature variable voltage settings to adjust the heat. First and foremost, ensure that your battery is completely charged. The majority of oil vapes come with sealed oil or e-liquid cartridges. Turn on your vaporizer and connect this to it. Oil vapes heat up rapidly and are ready to use straight away. If you’re using a basic oil pen, you may either activate the heating element by dragging it or by holding down the power button while you press it. For the greatest results, use a long, steady draw. Oil and liquid cartridges endure a long time, and it’s easy to see when they’re empty (no liquid remains). Read more about how to use an oil vape pen in this link.

If you have a variable voltage box mod, see the following section for information on how to use it.



Making use of a Kamry Box Mod Vape Box Mods are often classified as such. The Kamry Box Mod, for example, is a vaporizer that is interchangeable with e-liquid, oil, and dry herb atomizers. Because the characteristics of these 3 in 1 vapes vary so much, they will need various methods to utilize. However, here are a few pointers to get you started:


  • Check that your battery is completely charged.
  • Fill the appropriate vape cartridge with a material (dry herb, wax, oil, or e-liquid) and attach it to the battery.
  • Remember to thoroughly ground your dried herbs before packaging.
  • Turn on your vape (often 5 quick clicks of the power button)
  • Configure the temperature or voltage (refer to temperatures in the box mod section above)
  • Begin with a low heat setting and gradually increase until you get nice, thick clouds.
  • When the flavor and thickness of the vape begin to fade, replace the herbs, wax, oil, or liquid cartridge.



While each portable vaporizer is unique, they all serve the same function and use the same ways to do it. As a result, these ideas will be applicable to a variety of manufacturers and styles. This article should have addressed all of your questions on how to use a vaporizer, whether it’s a dry herb, wax, oil, e-liquid, or all-in-one. If you have any more questions about how to use a vaporizer, please shoot us a note and we will assist you. Have fun vaping!