Recently, my buddy came over my house and brought over his new Vaporite Cosmic vaporizer. At first glance, I thought it was a standard pen-style vape, but after a closer look I noticed the Cosmic was larger than a pen. Apparently it’s a true portable (zero combustion) herbal vaporizer. This was the first time I’ve ever seen a Vaporite vape in person. All others I’ve seen are being sold online, so naturally, I was curious to see what this vaporizer was about.
The exterior of the vaporizer actually looks pretty cool. It’s got a nice out leather and chrome cover. The Cosmic also came with a nice glass cooling piece that basically let’s you do water vapes (similar to what you get from a water bong). I actually thought it was pretty cool that I came with it since I’ve noticed most vaporizers sell those types of accessories separately. My reasoning was: this vape kit gives you more bang for your buck.
Packing in the herb was easy, and we started vaping at 375 Fahrenheit, which I thought was a pretty good temperature since the herb wasn’t burning. I did find it difficult to get some good draws in, but it may have been that temperature was too low. What’s cool about the Cosmic is that my buddy was able to change and set the vape temperature with his iPhone via Bluetooth, through an app that comes with the vaporizer.
The battery didn’t last that long, but that was ok because my friend had an extra battery and he was able to charge the one that ran out of juice with the power bank that the cosmic comes with.
I think for me, the Vaporite is a little out of my price range, but I had the money I’d probably get it if I wanted a portable herb vaporizer. Still, I’m not a fan of most portable vaporizers and don’t really like the limitations like not being able to take longer draws. I still prefer desktop vaporizers. The battery issues are also a big turn off. Hopefully, in the future there will be some better batteries for portable vaporizers.