The two thin wires go to what appears to be a thermocouple. You have to tap it around which can become a nuance between sessions. And even though my bro never dropped it and always charged it RIGHT before using it the battery started dying out faster and faster within 6 months so it has a cheap rechargable battery. Currently battery life is sustained around minutes. Sometimes it doesn’t even charge fully or at all and you have to wait an hour or so just to have it accept charge. Maybe do some fanagling just to get it to pick up charge.
However, when I attempted to use it, it would not work. I pushed the button 5 times and the red light came on, indicating it was heating. Almost immediately however, the light flashed 15 times and the unit turned off. I tried charging it and repeating the process many times, all with the same result.
Portable vaporization at its best with the G Pen Pro Herbal Vaporizer Pen by Grenco Science. It features a discreet and durable design, made from lightweight aluminum, which makes it perfect for on the go. The G Pen Pro Herbal Vaporizer Pen offers pure convection heating with no combustion for an unparalleled flavor experience. With just one button and three temperature settings, a complete beginner would be able to pick this up and start using it.
I took a pill bottle and drilled a hole in bottom for drawing from. I kept the metal screen piece from original mouthpiece. I load, insert metal piece , then pill bottle. Fits perfectly snug and leaves abit of draw room in case. I can use the bottle for about a couple of months and replace when just to dirty or anything.
The reason being that the replacement cost of the G-Pro’s mouthpiece is $5 and the K Vape is $20. I know the K ooze vape pen charger blinking red and green (www.digitaljournal.com) is warranted for life , but have heard of others having trouble with Kandy after a couple of mouthpiece replacements. Any tricks that you Bud or anyone reading is aware of to get it to work again? Otherwise it was a pretty expensive one session. Vapecritic, please stop endorsing this bullshit.
Grenco Science just released a new version of the G Pen Pro, complete with a much smaller size and a very attractive price tag. There isn’t a lot of feedback yet, but we’ve already seen comparisons being drawn between it and the Zeus Arc GTS Hub thanks to the size. Let’s see just how well the G Pen Pro compares now… Also if this is your first portable vape be sure to check out our Vaporizer Ranking Chart. I felt like the bowl was decent sized for one person (fitting between 0.4 and 0.5 grams per pack) and maybe two but really this feels like a personal vaporizer rather than one you’d share. On average I’d get about 8-10 big rips per bowl so you could have a sesh with someone else but you’ll have to repack it often. OUR MOST RECOMMENDED VAPORIZER. THERE’S A LOT TO LOVE. Over the past couple years, the Arizer Solo 2 has been the vaporizer we’ve recommended most…
I tried it and thought it was the coolest thing ever…until I found this awesome website. Now once you try the Pax you are going to realize the STRONG contrast between the two. For aesthetics, it is plastic and cheap feeling. The raw mouthpiece gets hot after one pull though we’ve only used it on hot since it doesn’t vaporize well on medium and we didn’t grind it up to flight box standards. If you have soft buttery lips (you naturally have smooth lips and don’t crack easily), then you’re going to feel it very fast and the rubber mouth piece is recommended. That does it for the basic G Pen Pro instructions.
With the G Pen Pro, you want a finer grind. You can use the included G Card grinder, but we recommend a traditional metal grinder to really chop up your greens. Personally, I could not wait though I had a feeling it might not live up to the hype. Mr Nice Guys offers a wide variety of whipped cream chargers and accessories for all your catering needs. Do you love making deserts with whipped cream?