The Ecapple iV-1 vaporizer has set a new benchmark for portable vaporization by delivering incredibly smooth yet huge and powerful clouds of vapor. This an intelligent vaporizer features a sleek, stylish and compact design allowing 100% true vaporization on the go.
The iV-1 baking vaporizer uses a ceramic heating element which heats up to 320°-450° F (160°-230° C) in 10-20 seconds. You can also use the optional water bubbler filtration attachment to moisturize and cool your hits.
What You Get:
- 1x iV-1 Vaporizer Mod
- 1x Glass Bubbler Attachment
- 1x 3400mAh Panasonic 18650 Battery
- 1x Wax Cup Heating Chamber
- 1x USB Charging Cable
- 1x User Manual
- 1x Cleaning Brush
- 1x Dabber Tool
- 1x Gift Box
WARNING: The iV-1 vaporizer uses a removable li-ion battery. Li-ion batteries can be dangerous when used or stored improperly. Only store batteries in a proper battery holder. Read about battery safety here.
I took a chance---VERY happy so far.
So, I got this because my go-to one died. I wasn't sure what I was going to get, because I haven't been herby vaping in awhile, and just wanted to replace my go-to for those times I like to go green. This is actually really nice. It's got a decent heft with the battery, and without, still feels a decent weight, and fairly solid. It's well-put together, the chamber is what I would term "large-size", and heats up FAST. Usually on the herb side, that light signal that all is ready means wait another 30-60 seconds to see actual results visibly. Not this thing. When that light goes blue, you're ready. Keep it brushed out, and it's likely to stay that way from what I can tell. I going to estimate that you can get probably 10-12 "turn ons" before the battery dies. Warning though, it does get warm towards the end of those turn-ons. I picked up extra 18650's to try and see if it's the battery getting hot or the device itself. Haven't tried to swap one yet and keep going, but I will guess it's not just the battery getting hot, but likely the device itself as well. Mainly, i'm hoping it's more on the battery side, just so it can be passed around longer. Yes, you can share, plenty of puffs coming from this thing. The device feels rock solid, as in very well put together, not flimsy. The buttons also feel pretty solid, but I wouldn't rate them as solid as the overall device. Based on experience with other devices, I expect you could probably go daily home driver on this one, maybe for a few years. My only concern would be the buttons giving out, but I kind of doubt it. The screen is nice and bright, but the method to control it via the buttons is a little confusing at first. It somehow doesn't feel.....quite right, like they may have missed guessing what the user would likely push and when. Basically click 5 times to start, hold the button for 5 seconds, and it starts to heat up. To change the run time, need to press the temp up and down buttons at the same time for a few seconds, and then you can get into the controls for time it stays on, and "style" of vaping. The style of vaping (basically slow, medium, fast) is really just different temperature ranges, and I much prefer to ignore this and just do temp by pushing the temp buttons in regular mode. That's probably just me, but I like to start around 340-360, and slowly raise temps as I use it over time. You don't have to raise it very often, this thing bakes well. Really, my only "concern" is the warm temp the device itself gets up to. It can feel pretty hot, which isn't surprising, and a wrap/cover/gel cover would take care of it. It's not that you can't hold it because it's hot, just something you really notice after a few on times. The mouthpiece itself, the metal part, not the glass, can also get really warm. A longer mouthpieces would solve this, but no idea what size you would get, and if you make it to the point where you are concerned about your lips, you're probably also REALLY REALLY ready to take a break anyway. Depending on substance placed in chamber, you can get plenty in a just a couple turn-ons. PLENTY. Overall, summary, the thing is solid. It does get warm, and a cover would help, but not terribly hot to the point of not being able to hold it comfortably. I've gotten a couple more batteries, just to test and see if the heat is less with the fresh battery. We will see about that part. Aside from that, some are probably leary of the $99 price tag. I get that, but I would also say its well put together, and worth it in comparison to the overall plastic of the lower priced ones. This one feels like solid metal all around.