Vaping in 2017
With the start of the New Year just behind us, it's time to
start looking at the future of vaporizers and the direction of the
industry as a whole. There is no doubt that 2016 was an important year
for the vaping marketplace. The industry continued to grow in 2016
despite years of substantial growth, which just goes to show that
vaporizers and other similar devices are starting to replace standard or
traditional cigarettes. Not only that, but these devices offer much
more utility, so the standard user can get the most bang for their buck.
There is no reason to think these trends won't continue into 2017. Even with the threat of increased federal regulation and new laws that might restrict what sort of devices can reach consumers, there is little threat to the industry as a whole. Consumers are starting to see that the vaping industry is here to stay, and lawmakers are struggling to keep up without stifling the marketplace altogether. There are many industry leaders who claim that increased government regulation for the vaping industry might actually be a good thing, because it would allow subpar producers to be legally held responsible for their shoddy products.
As the conversation continues to advance on the front of changing regulation of other source materials, vaporizers that take advantage of dry herbs will continue to see a surge in popularity. The vaping industry first gained prevalence since it was a viable alternative to standard cigarettes, but it has grown far beyond that initial goal. The industry is poised to help boost the economy of the states where certain dry herbs are becoming decriminalized or legalized entirely. As new consumers enter these markets, they will need the equipment to make their experiences top-of-the-line.
One of the most anticipated dry herb vaporizers of 2017 is the DaVinci IQ, a device from one of the most influential and advanced producers of premium aromatherapy devices. The IQ is a triumph of vaporization potential and technology. It has Bluetooth connectivity and can be controlled wirelessly via an app for smartphones. Using the app, users can customize the device to provide specific vapor paths that vary the temperature as the user enjoys the vapor. A steady increase in temperature helps ensure an optimal experience. The device uses an LED array on the front to communicate directly with the user, and its lightweight body is made from a single piece of aluminum.