Prepping for Winter as a Vape User
It won't be long until it will be time to trade your summer gear for something a bit warmer. Winter is on the way, and that means people will be spending a lot more of their free time indoors to escape the cold weather. However, clothing isn't the only thing that could use an upgrade during the chilly months. Personal aromatherapy devices have essentially exploded in popularity over the recent years, and their portability is perfectly suited for outdoor and on-the-go use. But what about when it comes time to put away the shorts in favor of curling up on the couch?
A lot of vape users tend to use the same device wherever they are, and that is an acceptable solution. But what most people fail to realize is that portable vaporizers often trade some of their potential power and functionality for their portability. The differences between a portable and a tabletop vaporizer start to become more obvious when you no longer need the portability. Wintertime is a great opportunity to expand your vape collection to include a powerful tabletop device to supplement the use of your portable device.
The ability to comfortably sit at home while using a top-tier vaporizer is often overlooked by those who only use one device. Tabletop vaporizers are typically far more powerful, stable, and convenient than portable vaporizers for at-home use. Tabletop vaporizers tend to sit in one place, which allows them to take advantage of other distribution methods, like balloons and silicone whip attachments. Not only that, but the very fact that a device is made for function and not portability means that no features will be sacrificed. Many tabletop vaporizers come with advanced features and equipment that would be unusable with a portable device.
One of the most popular tabletop devices is the Volcano Vaporizer. This classic device derives its name from the cone pyramidal shape it takes, and it has some of the most state-of-the-art features of any vaporizer. The Volcano works with balloon bag attachments, and it has a forced air output that makes filling the bags a snap. The device can also work with a silicone whip tube attachment for individual draws. The Volcano comes in either Classic or Digital varieties, and the Digital version has an expanded temperature range of 104-446 degrees Fahrenheit. The device comes with everything you need to make it through the harshness of winter.