As cannabis gains popularity there will be all kinds of new and exciting desktop vaporizers that will come along. Each one seems to be better than the last, making old vapes outdated and introducing new technology that “changes the game.” This is how almost all product cycles go. That is, except, for those products that seem to last forever and never really need upgrades or new tech to get it to keep working. These types of products don’t come along often, but when they do, they become the industry standard and one of those products is the Volcano Vaporizer.
The Volcano is an icon all throughout the cannabis community due to its almost indestructible design and simple-to-use interface. This German-engineered vape is made from high quality, flavorless and odorless materials that are made to last for years. It can take anything you throw at it and has been proven to outlast even the buttons!
What’s even more impressive is that the only ‘major’ design change from the Classic Volcano to the Digital Volcano, is that the way to adjust the temperature changed. They upgraded from a knob to a digital screen. That’s it. That’s almost unheard of in any market let alone the vaping world. The Volcano’s design and construction are, and have always been, of the highest quality.
This is another area that separates the Volcano from the rest of the pack. The Volcano lets the user vape as little or as much as they want, and it does this in a couple of ways.
The first way is by giving you the choice of how big of a bag you want to fill. This gives you plenty of options when it comes to your preference of air/vapor mix. The bigger the bag, the more air there is to cool the smoke. When the bag is smaller, the vapor becomes super milky and gives the user a more concentrated and harsher vapor.
The second way the volcano is efficient is by giving you control over the precise temperature that you are vaping your herbs at. Both the Classic and Digital Volcano allow for custom temps, but the Digital is going to be much more accurate. This is because the screen gives you a 3-digit reading of the temperature, so there’s no guesswork. This allows you to control how milky your vapor is and lets you get the most flavor out of your herb.
The third way, and probably most important way, that the Volcano is a super-efficient vaporizer is the fact that you take the chamber off of the heating element which allows for your cannabis to cool, keeping it fresher than other vaporizers would. Most of the time, the other vaporizers remain hot and continue to heat up and vape your weed, even while you’re not vaping it. This leads to nasty tastes and unsmoked marijuana.
A lot of vaporizers today don’t come with very good warranties, if any at all. The Volcano, on the other hand, has an amazing 3 YEAR warranty! This will cover everything you might need replaced from the chamber to the knob and button, this warranty will get you through the first three years of your long relationship with the Volcano.
I saved this for last because I think this is what makes the Volcano the absolute best desktop vaporizer, even after almost 20 years. The quality of vapor produced by the Volcano is unmatched by any other device available. This has a lot to do with the convention heating method of vaporization. It allows the cannabinoids and terpenes to be vaporized and stored without going stale or reaching a point of combustion and being lost. It lets you get a flavorful lung-full every time you use it.
Part of a vaporizer’s quality is the ability for the vaporizer to be consistent. This means, can the vaporizer produce the same amount of vapor each time and will the vapor be of the same quality? Not only does the Volcano meet this standard, but it far exceeds the consistency of most vapes by like 10 years! It can faithfully vaporize your flower for more than 15 years and maintain the same quality as the day you first bought it.
So, is the Volcano Vaporizer really worth it? After all these years, thousands of reviews, and many more happy customers, the Volcano is definitely worth it. I mean, 20 years of constant vaping can’t be wrong, right?