Haze Dual V3 Portable Vaporizer Review

Haze Dual V3 portable VaporizerHaze Dual V3 Portable Vaporizer

The Haze Dual V3 portable vaporizer has two bowls. That instantly doubles the ways you can get stoned! Are you torn between wanting to vape flowers or dabs? Why choose? With the Haze vaporizer you don’t have to. That’s because the Haze is the first handheld vaporizer that lets you vape flowers, thick concentrates aka dabs and THC eliquid at the same time. And unlike an ordinary, run-of-the-mill vape pen where you take a hit of two and turn it off the Haze Dual vaporizer is a session vape. If you pack it properly you can take a good ten to fifteen hits.

When it comes to vaping dry herbs, this thing has three options—a conduction screen, a convection screen and a dry herb can. In out tests we fund that the conduction screen delivers the most vapor. The dry herb can delivers the tastiest hits. Both of these work pretty well and there difference is minimal. With a packed dry herb can you can get about ten good hits.

Haze Dual V3 portable Vaporizer
Vape flowers or dabs in the same sesh with this portable vaporizer

If you’re looking to vape things like shatter, wax, crumble or BHO, the Haze Dual V3 starter kit includes a concentrate can with a silicone top. Drop in a dab and you’re good to go. The Haze Dual V3 vaporizer starter kit also includes a glass and stainless mouthpiece that stows away inside the unit. The glass one seemed to deliver a slightly better tasting hit over the stainless. We noticed that this vape worked best when you take slow long draws and wait in between hits.

There are four different temperature settings on this portable vaporizer. Push the button to cycle through them all. We discovered that heat setting two worked best for vaping dry herbs. Bump up the setting to get more vapor or maybe near the end of a session—to get at that remaining THC. With concentrates start at heat level 3 then maybe go to 4 if necessary.

The Haze Dual V3 starter kit also comes with a charging dock and two big batteries that deliver about an hour of vaping. Plus it has a 10 year warranty. Not that you’ll need it. The thing seems pretty durable with only a few moving parts that lock really well.

Bottom line? The Haze Dual V3 vaporizer will run you about $250—it’s versatile, works well with dry herbs, delivers long sessions, is built to last, and includes a decade-long warranty.



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