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Welcome to my annual Vape Awards! Here are my choices for the Best Vaporizers of 2018 in a variety of categories. Please subscribe to my channel for more reviews and comparisons in 2019. As always let me know your thoughts in the comments below!
Best Non-Vape Product - Jyarz
Best Overall Concentrate - Puffco Peak
Best For First Time Buyer - Arizer Go
Of The Year - Haze Square
Best Value - 2018 Dynavap M
Best Non-Portable - Ditanium
Biggest Surprise - CCell Palm
Hardest Hitter - Ditanium
Best Overall Vapour - Lotus
Vaporizer of the Year - Healthy Rips Fury 2
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It’s that time! My favourite video of the year! This is a chance to take another look at all the vapes I’ve used and tested during 2018. Time really does fly, some of these vapes I thought were from last year, but it was more like April. This year I’m doing things a little different. Certain categories will have a runner-up because some of them are just such a hard choice that second place deserves a shout out, but the focus will be on the actual winner of the category. Grab your favourite vape, load it up, and have a session with us as we present to you Sneaky Pete’s 2018 Vape Awards!
BEST NON-VAPE PRODUCT
Runner-Up: Vape Press
Jyarz are another product I discovered through you guys and thank you for this one. These are my favourite herb storage containers by far. Your herb is isolated totally in glass and they are strong as well as smell proof, everything I’m looking for in a storage container.
BEST OVERALL FOR CONCENTRATE
Winner: Puffco Peak
Runner-Up: CCell Silo
The Peak essentially created a new category for concentrate use. It is a digitally controlled easily replicable way to consume concentrates through water and it still provides a vapour experience that will satisfy most dabbers. The Peak’s design is iconic, I think it’s gorgeous and so well done, and I think the Peak brought a lot of people over to, or at least created a lot of interest in, the concentrate world. It just has that kind of appeal.
BEST FOR A FIRST TIMER / EASIEST TO USE
Winner: Arizer Go
Runner-Up: Flowermate V5 Nano
Arizer just makes some of the easiest to use, easiest to figure out, easiest to clean and most consistently performing vaporizers on the market. They are also known to be among the most reliable, really a very easy company to recommend. The ArGo is a highly portable handheld with a removable battery and a pure glass vapour path. It doesn’t sacrifice on quality or performance despite its tiny size.
LEMON OF THE YEAR
Winner (or loser?): Haze Square
I wanted to love this vape, it has a fantastic concept, but it just missed the mark on execution for me. I had a faulty unit, which isn’t a big deal I always let a manufacturer troubleshoot with me and sent me a new one. However, the new one provided an identical experience. There are just too many parts, cleaning it is difficult and too complex. To troubleshoot, they sent a document with about 15 things to try out and check. If there are that many things I may need to do to fix a fault with their device, something is wrong. I would love to see a V2 for this one though, it’s a fantastic concept but needs some work on the execution.
BEST BANG FOR YOUR BUCK
Winner: DynaVap M (2018 model)
Runner-Up: CCell Palm
It’s impossible to not give this award to the 2018 M. Not only is it the cheapest vape that we sell, but it also offers fantastic efficiency and huge, thick vapour clouds that many other vapes struggle to produce. There are no batteries required, it is essentially everything proof as long as you don’t damage the cap or lose it. It can be heated with a variety of sources. It is amazing how many customers talk about this vape being the one that they needed to stop combusting. On top of all that, the M is only $60, which is very tough to beat.
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