In spite of significant headwinds created by the anti-smoking lobby vaping has taken off worldwide. That’s because people understand it’s safe and relaxing and affordable and doesn’t subject those around you to dangerous smoke. But as vaporizers have become more popular those of us at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver are getting ever more inquiries about the batteries on these devices. And those questions typically go like this: “Why did my battery die so fast?”
Here in the 21st century, technological change happens at breakneck speed. As soon as we figure out this or that device the technology is either upgraded or replaced entirely by some new technology (think of how streaming services killed DVD rentals). Vaping technology is no different. It seems just about every year now there is some new piece of vaping kit that takes center stage, making the practice more convenient and effective. In this post, the team at the 710 Pipes vape shop in Denver will look at recent advances in vaping technology.
If you want to start a lively discussion among your peers at the vape shop in Denver just ask them what is the optimal temperature at which to vape weed. Opinions will start flying in every direction with preferred temperatures ranging from 320 degrees (F) to nearly 450 degrees. But who is right in such a case? Well, to a certain extent they all are, because the different temperatures tend to produce different effects and not everyone is after the same effects when they vape weed.
It’s well known that vaping your weed is healthier than smoking your weed. Which type of vaporizer should you choose: a conduction vaporizer or a convection vaporizer? Both types of vapes are wildly popular and both have their advantages and disadvantages. In this guide, the team at your favorite vape shop in Denver are going to take a close look at both vaporizers, explain the differences between them and hopefully provide you with enough useful information to make an informed choice.
Identifying “Disposable Vape” Devices
Common shape of a disposable vape
Part of 710 Pipes VapeID program to help prevent youth access to nicotine products.
Thank you for taking the time to learn about what flavored vape products are on the market. We sincerely hope this parenting guide to vaping will help people make informed decisions. We are update this page as often as possible and strive to be the most up to date resource for parents wanting to know about vaping equipment. For other new examples, periodically visit our disposable vapes page.
So some of your friends have started to buy vaporizers. Or maybe you’ve heard through the grapevine that they have loads of benefits over smoking.
Whether you’re questioning the safety of putting so much smoke in your lungs or you want to save money, it’s time to make the switch.
But even when you want to do something, it can be hard to build up the motivation to actually do it. And don’t stoners know that better than anyone else!
Lucky for you, we’ve put together some tips on how to have a smooth transition from smoking to vaporizing. Head over to your favorite
Dry herb vaporizers are pieces of equipment. And like all pieces of equipment, they need to be properly maintained in order to do their job the way they were designed to. If you’ve had one for a while, or just brought one home from the vape shop and are wondering about how you keep vaporizer devices clean, fear not. We put our heads together and came up with the following guide that will remove all the mystery and trepidation from cleaning your dry herb vaporizer.
If vaping is new to you and you have questions about vaporizers or dry herb vaping then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’re going to go over the specifics of what a dry herb vaporizer is, how it works and its many benefits. Read this before you go searching for a “vape shop near me”.
After years of advocacy by City Council Members and large organizations such as the American Heart Association, Denver City Council Members are now pushing for a ban on the sale of Flavored Nicotine Products, joining other cities around Colorado, like Aspen and Boulder. What comes next?
Whether you’re a vaping vet or an absolute beginner there’s one issue you can’t ignore: how to keep your vape juice fresh and enjoyable. Vape juice is pretty simple stuff, typically comprised of propylene glycol, vegetable glycerin, some type of flavoring (either natural or artificial) and, in some cases, nicotine.