Vapir Vaporizers integrate elite technology with sophisticated design. Our scientific background gave us the insight necessary to create a cutting-edge convection system that gently massages the active compounds from any herb, flower, or essential oil into a delicious and healthy vapor cloud.
We’ve employed clinical components like the stainless steel vapor path and brass or ceramic heating elements. Vapir believes quality construction delivers for exceptional purity and flavor – and Rise is another form of proof for this concept. All of our premium vaporizers are digitally controlled and designed to maximize the consistency, safety, and potency of your vapor sessions.
To get a better understanding – imagine fresh-squeezed orange juice: you don’t want the seeds, the pulp, or any of the bitter stuff in your glass. You’re focused on experiencing 100% Orange Juice when you squeeze fresh oranges! Well, a Vapir Vaporizer works like a great juicer except, instead of extracting the juicy goodness from fruits and veggies, our vaporizers extract the therapeutic potency of your favorite herbs and flowers. In other words, our vapor technology provides 100% vapor-liciousness without the gross-tasting and unhealthy stuff found in smoke!
Vapor doesn’t contain the contaminants and poisons found in smoke: it doesn’t matter what you’re smoking. The very act of burning causes a chemical reaction! These reactions may form new (and sometimes unhealthy) compounds. A vaporizer with an accurate thermostat, on the other hand, allows you to avoid many of the health risks associated with smoking while still capturing the instant health benefits of various medicinal herbs.
Using a premium vaporizer means you’re choosing a healthy experience! If you need consistent relief – stop smoking and start vaporizing. Rid yourself of the downsides of smoking and start vaporizing with Vapir! Digital Vaporization is on the verge of revolutionizing the: Aromatherapy Industry Medicinal Vaporization contributes to the: Pharmaceutical Industry, Biotech Industry, and Dietary Supplement Industry
Vaporizing Vs Smoking
Vaporizing isn’t smoking - it’s vaporizing! But, what exactly is the difference between “vaporizing” and smoking? If we were to pick one word that best describes Vaporization vs Smoking - it would be ‘Temperature!"
Temperature is everything! Vaporizers heat your favorite herbs (like rosemary or eucalyptus) to the point where all of the active elements ascend into a vapor stream without any burning or combustion. For example, the various beneficial compounds found in some medicinal herbs have their own unique boiling points. This means that the different benefits associated with each component are only accessible when those compounds evaporate from the herbal matter during the act of vaporization. When you expose your herb to an open flame by smoking, the overwhelming heat burns everything - even the non-medicinal components of your favorite herb. Instead of plucking all of the beneficial qualities from your herb in a clean vapor stream, smoking leaves you inhaling clouds of smoke which is chock full of carcinogens, poisons, and other unhealthy chemicals. Sure, smoking can deliver medical benefits to a certain degree - but the unhealthy side effects are obvious and unavoidable.
Vaporizing defines the level of heat in specific degrees (no vague color codes - just exact temperatures!). This makes for a more efficient and healthy medicating experience. Imagine if you wanted to eat fresh fruit from a tree: smoking your herb is the equivalent of lighting the whole tree on fire and digging out the fruit from the ashes; on the other hand, vaporizing is essentially a ladder for you to climb up and pluck off the fruit straight from your favorite "tree"!
Clear away the smoke to enjoy the flavors and aromas of your choice herb. After your first session with an Elite Vapir Vaporizer like the NO2 or Rise, you’ll toss your lighter in the garbage, wondering why you ever smoked in the first place!
Anatomy of a Perfect Vaporizer
Digital Temperature Control: Digital temperature control means you have the ability to choose the warmth of your vaporizer’s heating element. Digital temperature settings - as seen on vaporizers like Vapir NO2 and the Digital Volcano - ensure that you have ultimate control over your vapor experience; a vaporizer that doesn’t display the thermal temperature in terms of degrees F or C means you are left guessing about the ideal heat level. When it comes to cannabinoids like Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), 310F is the ideal level for decarboxylation, which means the non-psychoactive acidic form of THC (known as THCA) gets converted by heat into the euphorically active Delta-9-Tetrahydrocannabinol (known as D9THC). According to Steep Hill Halent Labs, in an article called - Everything You Didn’t Know About Vaporizing - the laboratory identifies 390F and below as the ideal range for vaporizing medical cannabis, since it captures all of the cannabinoids and terpenoids.
Exhaust Method: Vaporizers expel vapor through a long medical-grade plastic tube (often called a whip) or a bag. The vapor is propelled by a fan or remains stagnant until the user inhales a stream. When the vaporizer involves the bag style of delivery - a process whereby the vaporizer fills a plastic balloon with vapor - the machine generally relies on a fan to force the vapors into the package. A fan-powered vaporizer like the VapirRise pushes air through the whip or bag at a variable speed selected by the user; the VapirRise is great at offering customizable vape experiences, unlike a digital Volcano which only has one fan speed setting and relies exclusively on the included balloon. The VapirRise offers both whip and balloon functionality - making it a great choice for those who want options with their vaporizer.
Conduction vs. Convection Heat: Vaporizers either heat the botanicals with direct contact with a heating element (conduction) or by exposing the herb to hot air (convection). Convection vaporization is preferred by those who seek even exposure through vaporization. Convection vaporizers like the Digital Volcano or VapirRise utilize hot air streams for the vaporization process, where other models like the Pax by Ploom or DaVinci by Karma use conduction methods that result in uneven exposure and require the user to shift the herb around to ensure a thorough extraction of the cannabinoids.
Power Source: Vaporizers require energy when hot. Depending on the intention behind the vaporizer’s design - the energy source will match the portable or stationary model paradigm. With most portable designs, the vaporizer uses a rechargeable battery to power the element, while most stationary models require a power outlet to plug in.
Digital Vaporizer Supports Herbs & Extracts
Removable, Lithium Battery
Brushed Aluminum Body
Removable Stainless Steel Vapor Channel
Four Pre-Defined Temperatures
Sleek, Stylish, and Exceptional Design
Unprecedented Vapor Flavor & Density
5-Year Standard Warranty Included (2-Year for Battery)
Designed for Loose-Leaf Herbs & Essential Oils
Supports Both Balloon Inflation and Direct Inhalation
Serves Up to 4 Users Simultaneously
Forced Air Or Non-Fan Functionality
LCD Temperature Display (°F & °C)
Medical-Grade Stainless Steel Vapor Path
Exceptional vapor Flavor & Density
2-Year Standard Warranty Included NO2.V2
Designed for Loose-Leaf Herbs & Direct Inhalation
Compact, Portable, and Rechargeable
Medical-Grade Stainless Steel and Pure Brass Element
LCD Temperature Display (°F & °C)
“Ready To Vape” Straight from the Box!
Simple, Minimal Maintenance Required
1-Year Standard Warranty Included
Designed for Loose-Leaf Herbs Direct Inhalation
Small & Lightweight Corded Vaporizer
LCD Temperature Display
1-Year Standard Warranty Included