I have heard of pioneer vapers using a test tube and Bunsen burner back in the 70s to create a basic vape. The Vaponic creates a proper product out of the concept.
The Vaponic uses a thin tapered glass tube to hold a small hit of herb off the heated surface of a second, enclosing test tube. The rubber and glass mouthpiece holds the inner tube in place and creates an airflow opening.
The problem with a simple glass-and-flame vaporizer is always going to be singing the herb that comes into contact with the glass.
Vaponic makes things a lot easier by simply suspending one tube containing a herb sample inside another. It really is that simple, and all the better for it.
The inner tube is thin and tapered so it can hold a good one hitter’s worth off the surface of the glass outer tube to which a (torch) flame is applied.
The inside tube is held in place by a rubber and glass stopper that also has a hole to allow the air to flow in.
WATCH AND LEARN
Because you can actually see the herb as you heat (and turn) it in the flame, you can easier judge when it’s reached its maximum use. You can find the right pre-combustion point with more accuracy as a result.
Although the Vaponic is stealthy to use, the need for a hot torch kind of cancels that out. But the result is that you can a good, clean hit of thick vapor.
THE SHARPIE IMAGE
The tube(s) come with a camoflaged carry case in the guise of a fake felt-tipped pen (Sharpie), into which they slide along with the wire cleaning/packing tool that comes with the Vaponic.
It also comes with a large gauze that can be curled up…