across Canada! 🍁
across Canada! 🍁
The Utillian 722 is an upgraded design to the popular Utillian 721. While adding some features, Utillian managed to keep the baseline design of the unit to its core ease-of-use feature.
While it's price point makes the Utillian 722 a “budget” vaporizer, it does not take away from any functionality or user-friendliness. In short, the Utillian out-performs many established vaporizers on the market currently, while still being affordable, convenient, and easy to use.
Today we're going to be exploring closed pod devices (Juul, Vype, Phix, STLTH, etc) and what makes them different from other units (Open Pod Devices, MODS, Variable Wattage, Ohm levels, all that fun stuff)!
What is a Closed-Pod Device? Well, a CPD is a device that primarily is a closed system in the sense that it's an all-in-one unit.
What's an Open-Pod Device (OPD)? An OPD, first of all, is open. You control what e-liquid goes into the pod, which opens you up to a whole variety of liquids.
We see you're looking for CBD products. Please read on to find all current information (as of the date of publication) relating to CBD products:
Despite lacking the intoxication factor of THC, CBD is still strictly regulated under the Oct. 17, 2018, Cannabis Act set forth by the Government of Canada. As such, CBD products (of any form) can only LEGALLY be produced, manufactured, distributed, and sold by registered Cannabis retailers and producers.
At this time, there are no LEGAL vapeable CBD or THC bottled-liquids, tinctures, or cartridges on the Canadian market.
Today we're going to be looking at the Aspire Breeze NXT: the newest edition to the ever-popular Aspire Breeze family.
Aspire listened to the critiques of the original Breeze and Breeze 2 and adjusted accordingly.
With other product launches introducing AIO devices with Mesh coils, Aspire pivoted accordingly with their all-new Mesh 0.8-ohm coil for the Breeze NXT.