If you’re in the market for a portable vaporizer, you’ve probably heard of the Pax. The sleek and discreet device from Ploom has been called the iPod of vaporizers. We took one for a spin to see if it’s worth the $250 price tag.
What is it?
A loose-leaf vaporizer that easily fits in your hand or in your pocket. The lithium-ion battery-powered device offers three heat settings all which deliver clean vapor.
Who is it made for?
People looking to vape discreetly, whether that be with loose tobacco or with another certain herb, and people who enjoy smartly designed devices. Residents of Colorado.
How does it feel?
Solid. For $250 it better not feel cheap, and it certainly doesn’t. Pax is crafted out of anodized aluminum with a medical grade stainless steel air chamber. It has ... continue reading
We don't normally say "best *insert product here* ever" because tastes are subjective, and there are lots of different products on the market in each sector. But seriously, the Grasshopper Vaporizer might be best vaporizer ever. This isn't the kind of portable vaporizer you pick up at the corner headshop, this thing ... continue reading
We've been adding new items to our shop on a weekly basis for a while now, and this week is your chance to save on all of them. Head over to the shop, enter your email into the pop-up, and you'll save 15% off sitewide! Snag a new watch, pocket knife, machined pen, or any of the other goods that line our virtual shelves. Hurry up, sale ends Monday, Oct. 6. ... check it out
Welcome to the second installment of Paraphernalia, a profile of the men and the gear behind some of our favorite brands. Each month, we’re taking you behind the curtain to get a glimpse into what made these brands what they are today – and the essentials that helped them get there. This month, Matthew Waldman ... continue reading
Welcome to the first installment of Paraphernalia, a profile of the men and the gear behind some of our favorite brands. Each month, we're taking you behind the curtain to get a glimpse into what made these brands what they are today - and the essentials that helped them get there. First up is Bart Kyzar of boutique ... continue reading