Vapir Pen Wax Pen Review - Wax Off
Build Quality68%
Vapor Quality72%
Look & Feel69%
Discreetness71%
Ease of Use70%
Portability80%
70%Overall Score

The company Vapir is mainly known for their desktop vaporizer caller the Vapir Rise 2 Ultimate, but they also have a wax device called the Vapir Pen which we will be reviewing here today. To get a better understanding of the device we will touch on the build quality, vapor quality, look and feel, discreteness, portability, ease of use, and our overall assessment of the Vapir Pen to see if it’s one of the wax pens you should be considering.

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Product Pros

  • Compact size
  • Simple to use
  • 3 temperature settings

Product Cons

  • Only available in one color
  • Can Clog

 

 

 

Vapir Pen Review: Breakdown

Quality

Build Quality

Build Quality

The build quality of the Vapir Pen is of the same high end quality as the Prima and the Vapir Rise vaporizers that Vapir manufactures. The Vapir pen uses a titanium quartz dual atomizer that heats up fast and a ceramic atomizer for flavor.

The Vapir Pen comes with a 1 year warranty which is on the lower side of industry average, however we have not heard of very many issues happening with the Vapir product line.

The finish on the Vapir Pen is a gunmetal finish which looks pretty slick. The design uses an advanced airflow system and so far I have not had any leaking which is something that they promote with this model.

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Vapor Quality

The Vapir Pen produces decent vapor but in my opinion was nothing to write home about. It is not above and beyond anything that I have tested before so I’d say the vapor production is about average for a vape pen. You can use the coil-less ceramic atomizer or the double-rod quartz atomizer to adjust the vapor to your liking.

The quartz atomizer is designed to be used with thicker concentrates and has a faster heating time which delivers dense vapor at a quicker rate. The donut atomizer does not have exposed coils and is better for slower and longer sessions and delivers better flavor.

The Vapir Pen has a automatic shutoff after 10 seconds of holding the power button. So the longest hit you can take is a 10 second draw. I did find this to be enough but I think 15 seconds would be a nice option.

On the highest temperature 10 seconds is definitely fine but when you are using the all ceramic chamber and trying to take a longer slower draw that’s when I think the auto shut off may get in some peoples way.

Design


look-and-feel

Look and Feel

The Vapir Pen is designed with an ergonomic mouthpiece that feels comfortable and natural to use. The button looks like a raindrop or ‘waxdrop’ if you will. You will find the charging port in the bottom of the device.

Overall the look is somewhat similar to a pen and it’s not that different from your average wax pen. The gunmetal finish gives it a nice polished look and the light indicator around the button gives it a more modern feel.

Discreetness

Discreetness

The Vapir Pen has 3 pre-set temperatures and is designed to look very simple. The dark color helps to keep the unit discrete and you can use it on the lowest temperature setting combined with the all ceramic heating chamber to produce less visible clouds while enhancing the vapor quality.

The only light on the Vapir Pen is the one around the power button – but this is easy enough to conceal with your hand if discretion is important to you at any point in time.

Difficulty

Ease of Use

Like most wax pens the Vapir Pen is very easy to use. Before you use it with your material however you should make sure to charge it fully and run it through a high heat cycle to clean it. Once you have done both of those you can begin. To start you can unscrew the Vapir Pen’s mouthpiece and this will give you access to the heating chamber where you load your wax material.

When you are finished loading your concentrate – either onto the coil if you are using the dual quartz chamber or simply into the all ceramic chamber, you can replace the mouthpiece. To turn the Vapir Pen on you click the power button 5 times and the same to turn it off. When the Vapir Pen is on you can begin to inhale while pressing down on the power button. That’s all there is to it! You should try to keep it clean and maintain it to keep it in good condition.

Portability

Portability

The Vapir Pen is pretty compact and I was surprised with the amount of use I got on a single charge. This is a pocket vaporizer that you can bring with you on the go and since it only really uses the battery when you are pressing down to take a hit it does not suck up too much energy and can last at least a day for most users.

Something to pay attention to is that you will want to try and keep it positioned with the mouthpiece up especially after you use it and it’s still warm to avoid clogging and leaking.

Conclusion

The Vapir Pen is priced under 70 and I would say that’s where it belongs. It is not my favorite vape pen but it does the job. The build quality is pretty good and the vapor production is about average. Its nice to see that it is so affordable and comes with two heating chambers, a dab tool, and 3 extra o rings. I’m personally a bigger fan of the Vapir Rise 2 Ultimate from Vapir than I am with the Vapir Pen, but overall it is a solid little device and is priced where it should be.

If you are looking to put your money to a bit better use and to find a wax pen that you will come to enjoy check out the Thunder 2.

If you are looking for a unit that will give you a rig like experience for waxes and water filtration for dry herb, we recommend checking out the Focusvape Tourist 2-in-1 vaporizer.

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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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