Pen Vaporizer Reviews vipvape pdab vaporizer

Published on January 15th, 2015 | by News Feed

VipVape Pdab Review

VipVape Pdab Review News Feed
Hit Size - 89%
Construction - 91%
Usability - 92%
Cleaning - 87%
Herb/Oil Capacity - 90%
Cost - 86%

Summary:

90%


I first encountered the VipVape Pdab when I was hanging out with some friends last weekend. I’ve tried a lot of vapes in my day, but this one really blew me away. I typically don’t have high expectation for new vape pens because a lot of them aren’t made well and the atomizers tend to burn out after just a few weeks. However, the VipVape Pdab changed my view on vape pens substantially.

The first thing that really set this vaporizer apart from other vape pens was the option to dial in a customized vapor level. It has a variable voltage battery with 510 threading so it is compatible with most pen accessories. You can set the Pdab anywhere from 345 to 415 degrees to get the perfect amount of vapor.

When it comes to performance, I really can’t say enough good things about this particular unit. Even if you are new to variable voltage models, this pen will work for you because it includes a guide that explains how to set the voltage level for various vaping preferences. I tested it out at a wide gamut of voltages and the strength and flavor were impressive at every single setting.

The Pdab has a well made atomizer with a sturdy ceramic core rather than the typical thread wick. This design is awesome because the titanium coil stays tightly wrapped around your wick for even heating and powerful vapor production. It’s easy to load your wax or oil into the chamber because you can dab them down the sides rather than aiming directly for the coils. The oversized chamber is really perfect for using concentrates. The coil is in the bottom of the chamber while most models place it at the top. I like this design much better because it was easier to use and way easier to load.

The VipVape Pdab comes with everything you need to start vaping. The kit includes a nice padded carrying case, a stainless steel tool for loading concentrates, a partially charged battery, and your mouthpiece. When the battery is fully charged, you can get about four hours of vape time before you need to plug it back in.

Another big perk is that VipVape includes a one year warranty on the battery. They also offer replacement atomizers if you ever need them.

Overall, I highly recommend the Pdab because it produces thick clouds of vapor, has a variable voltage temperature dial, and a large loading chamber. The only real downside is that it can be difficult to clean since the coil is in the bottom rather than the top. Ultimately, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend the Pdab to any of my vaping friends.




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