VapeXhale Cloud Evo Vaporizer Review
Build Quality60%
Vapor Quality70%
Look and Feel60%
Ease of Use75%
Options55%
Reach40%
60%Overall Score

Welcome to the VapeXhale Cloud Evo Vaporizer Review! Today we’re taking a look at the second iteration of a stationary that has made quite a name for itself because of its ability to filter vapor through water. It’s like a bong/vaporizer hybrid that provides the benefits of both worlds to the user. This is an interesting idea, but does it really make for a better product? Let’s get into the VapeXhale Cloud Evo Vaporizer review and find out!

Product Pros

  1. Pure vapor flavor
  2. Thorough vaporization
  3. Easy to load
  4. Cool and smooth vapor
  5. Quick heat up time
  6. Big clouds

Product Cons

  1. Expensive
  2. Fragile glass tube
  3. Heavy draws needed
  4. Plastic used in base of the unit

 

 

 

VapeXhale Cloud Evo Vaporizer Review: Breakdown

Quality

Build Quality

Build Quality

The first thing we can really say about this unit is that despite the plastic in the base, the unit is pretty well built and the parts all seem to be well machined. The temperature control knob on the front of the unit is responsive and sturdy. The unit overall is really basic and doesn’t provide much room for mechanical or design failures. This is pretty reassuring from a functionality perspective and with the 1 year warranty on the base and 2 years on the base minus the ground glass piece, you don’t need to worry much about the product failing on you.

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Vapor Quality

The vapor quality from the cloud is great. It delivers really dense vapor when you need it and even thinner more flavorful vapor as well. A few things worth mentioning are the fact that the standard unit does not come with a hydrotube, and you just get a glass mouth piece. it is enough to let the vapor cool on its way to you, but you will miss out on the extra cooling the water filtration offers unless you invest in the extra mouth piece. The second thing worth mentioning is that the temperature control dial doesn’t have any numbers on it. This makes the selection of a temperature that’s perfect for you a bit of a trial and error process. This isn’t the worst thing ever, but it is a bit of a letdown when you consider how much the unit is and that unit’s that are less expensive do provide that feature.

Design
VapeXhale Cloud Evo Vaporizer Review - capsules and mouthpiece

look-and-feel

Look and Feel

This unit can be a bit underwhelming when you first pull it out of the box. The shell of the body is plastic, which makes for a pretty light unit and a less than awe-inspiring first impression. The place where the unit would likely score some serious points would be with the hydrotube, but since it isn’t standard with the unit, we didn’t have that distinctive pleasure. The unit does feel pretty well made, and feels like a decent quality piece of machinery. Does it feel $450 worth of quality? Not exactly. This is the cost of blown glass, which we really didn’t get much of. Can you tell that we were a bit disappointed that the hydrotube is extra?

Difficulty

Ease of Use

This unit is pretty easy to use. There is a power switch on the front of the base as well as a temperature control dial that makes lets you turn the unit’s temperature up and down. Herb is loaded into the EZ load bowls which are little capsules that you fill with herb, then put into the top of the ground glass section of the base. The unit uses a light in the top of the base that illuminates the ground glass to let you know that the unit either needs more time to reach the selected temperature by glowing red, or that the unit is ready by glowing green. Beyond this, there are a few little challenges when it comes to using the unit. The first is something that Bud, the Vape Critic discussed in his review. I (Vapester-Dan) just so happen to have an amazing lung capacity that makes taking huge draws from the unit easy, but not everyone in the office could do the same. For those people, it might be a bit more difficult to get nice draws from the unit. The next thing that should be mentioned is that it will be a bit difficult at first to figure out where to turn the temperature control dial to so you can get the best possible experience because there’s no indication as to the approximate temperature at any position on the dial, so you have to guess and figure it out as you go to perfect it.

Options

Options

There are a few options you can get with this unit that can customize the experience quite a bit the first being the choice of mouth piece. You can choose from a few different types of mouth pieces/hydrotubes to have you vapor filtered through different amounts of water depending on your preferences. The different hydrotubes have different types of percolators to achieve that end. There is also a travel case, which is a lot like a suit case, a stand for your hydrotube, a stand for your hydrotube and vapexnail and of course the vapexnail which is used to vaporize concentrates, not to mention the attachment that adapts the unit to a bong you might already own! That’s a pretty impressive offering, but here’s the problem: none of that is offered standard. All of that is extra, some of the pieces on their own are already pretty expensive and that can REALLY stack up in costs.

Reach

Reach

This unit is interesting in that it isn’t a whip-style vaporizer or a balloon style vaporizer. In fact, as of this review, there is no way to do either of those styles of vaporization with this unit, and it’s reach is rather limited in that you can’ only use it one person at a time and could only really easily be shared between about 2 people. comfortably. This is a pretty poor for a stationary unit and a bit disappointment.

Conclusion

To cap it off, this unit is actually pretty cool. It’s an interesting take on a stationary vaporizer that can be used with water filtration like a bong, but the major issue here is price. It’s $45o without any additions, and the additions are really what make this unit fun, interesting and innovative. As a result, it just doesn’t seem like it’s worth the price. For now, we’ll stick to putting our EQ whip into our bongs for that kind of experience. Ya, you can do that. It’s a good time.

To cap it off, this unit is actually pretty cool. It’s an interesting take on a stationary vaporizer that can be used with water filtration like a bong, but the major issue here is price. It’s $450 without any additions, and the additions are really what make this unit fun, interesting and innovative. As a result, it just doesn’t seem like it’s worth the price. For now, we’ll stick to putting our VapirRise whip into our bongs for that kind of experience. Ya, you can do that. It’s a good time. Speaking of the Rise, we recommend you check it out because it really takes care of some of the flaws we found in the Vape Exhale. For starters, the VapirRise has precise temperature control with a digital display, so you can actually know what heat setting you are on. The Rise is also chalked full of options: a traditional single person whip, balloons and a multi-user whip adaptor which means you and up to 3 friends can vape at the same time, which is pretty cool considering the Vape Exhale is really a one-man-at-a-time kinda vape. Oh, and don’t forget our bong trick with the Rise if you fancy the Vape Exhale’s water filtration factor, you can thank us later for the tip ;)

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Dan is a writer with a massive vaporizer collection who loves video games, superhero movies, finding new music, comic and regular books and critically deconstructing those things until he wonders why he liked them in the first place. He's also a pragmatic fitness enthusiast who believes that the best actions you can take in your daily life are those that help you reach your goals, and that naps are the most lofty, but also the most noble goal one can have.

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