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  1.  By the Way, Furna, a Waterloo, Ontario-based vape startup, has launched its new vape called https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaporizer_(inhalation_device) , designed by former BlackBerry execs - aimed at a similar market as the Pax 3.
  2.  <p>If you're looking for the best mobile dry herb vaporizer, you're in the ideal location! We have tested hundreds of distinct portable vaporizers and whittled them down to 10.</p>
  3.  <p>2021 has now begun and we are anticipating the new releases that come out this season. Nothing big has ever been published yet but we'll certainly update this page when we see anything exciting come out!</p>
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  5.  <div>           <h2>Best Portable Vaporizers</h2>           <ol>                 <li>Mighty</li>                 <li>Arizer Solo 2</li>                 <li>Firefly 2+</li>                 <li>Pax 3</li>                 <li>Healthy Rips Fury Edge</li>                 <li>Crafty+</li>                 <li>Davinci IQ2/MIQRO</li>                 <li>Arizer ArGo</li>                 <li>XMAX Starry V3</li>                 <li>Boundless CF/CFX</li>                </ol>         </div>
  6.  <h2>Top 10 Mobile Dry Herb Vaporizers for 2021</h2>
  7.  <h3>1. Mighty</h3>
  8.  <p>Although the Mighty was available for nearly four decades now it succeeds as the best mobile dry herb vaporizer. The pulls are smooth and flavorful which is exactly what you're looking for in a fantastic portable vaporizer.</p>
  9.  <div>           <p><strong>Not merely is the vapor quality great, but it's super easy to use. </strong>&nbsp;There's a screen on the device with easy up and down controls for the temperature. Additionally, it has a built-in security feature which automatically turns it off in case you forget.</p>           <p> They also built in grating on the side which cools the vapor down (which is important since it's on your hands ).</p>           <p>The Mighty already had among the very best battery lives of any portable but it had been upgraded in 2018 with 20 percent more battery life. That means&nbsp;<strong>you may use it for nearly two hours without even plugging in</strong>&nbsp;which could last you a weekend or even longer. In addition, it features pass through charging which means that you can use it while it's plugged in. That comes in handy when you&nbsp;</p>           <p>While it might not be as mobile as other possibilities, it does not need to be. It's small enough to take on trips and is the perfect size for home use. The Mighty is an investment which will pay off in the long run. </p>         </div>
  10.  <p>Not sure which vaporizer is ideal for you?</p>
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  12.  <h3>2. Arizer Solo 2</h3>
  13.  <p> Arizer is a world famous manufacturer for a reason: they create stellar dry herb vaporizers that function well for a fair price.</p>
  14.  <p>The main reason why the Solo 2 comes in second is due to its impressive battery life. &nbsp;That is probably the longest battery life of almost any mobile vaporizer you may find in 2021.</p>
  15.  <p>Not only is it the battery life stellar, but also the vapor quality is fantastic. It features a hybrid ceramic/stainless steel heating system which delivers delicious and thick vapor. The vapor itself remains cool on account of the very long glass atmosphere path.</p>
  16.  <p>Don't be worried if you are in a rush too! The Arizer Solo 2 warms up in around 20 seconds which means you can go from dry herb to vapor in no time. <strong>The digital controls are slick and simple to use. </strong></p>
  17.  <p>The same as the Mighty, the Arizer Solo 2 isn't quite pocketable since it's a glass tube that you pull out of, but the battery life and vapor quality more than make up for this. If you're looking for an amazing portable vaporizer at a reasonable cost, definitely consider the Solo 2.</p>
  18.  <p>We also did not incorporate the Arizer Air 2 in this listing but it warrants a mention. It is essentially a smaller version of the Solo 2 having a worse battery life.</p>
  19.  <p> Firefly 2+ </p>
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  21.  <p>When the first Firefly hit the market it blew a lot of people's heads. It's a convection herb vaporizer that warms up in a few seconds that has thick, cool vapor. There were a couple of complaints round the size, lack of temperature control and battery life however.</p>
  22.  <p>They fixed that up in the next version. The Firefly two is over 30% smaller, 50 percent lighter, with advanced temperature controllers and contains a much improved battery life. Now you can select from six temperature settings between 338&deg; and 437&deg; Fahrenheit which let's you receive the ideal vapor density. Just make certain that you get a smart phone because that's all controlled from the Firefly program!</p>
  23.  <p>Then they published an even bigger improvement on that Firefly 2 using the new Firefly 2+ (Plus). <strong>The most notable improvement is the battery and charging life</strong>. Now you can charge to 80% in 20 minutes, which enables you to get up and running quick. The dock makes it easy to remember to leave to charge too. Although the battery is modest, they've enlarged the entire life span through tech innovations and you might also replace it on the go.</p>
  24.  <p>Because it uses a convection heating system it delivers some of the best vapor quality from some of the mobile vaporizers on this list. While you want to learn how to choose a slower draw to use it properly, it is not that difficult to pick up and learn. The Firefly 2+ also warms up almost immediately --no waiting for it to heat up.</p>
  25.  <p>Owing to its design the Firefly 2+ can also be <strong>super easy to wash and keep </strong>. It not only looks great, but it's functional. That is smart design!</p>
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  27.  <h3>4. Pax 3</h3>
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  29.  <p>Along with Volcano, Pax has become the face of vaporizers to get a little while ago. The original rendition had a unique, sleek design that really helped it stand out from the crowd. The Pax 3 seems even better with fresh matte colors and contains some big improvements to boot up.</p>
  30.  <p> You will find smaller vaporizers accessible, however, Pax has really nailed it with the ideal size for actions. It is awesome for lifts, skateboarding, snowboarding or anything else outside. It&nbsp;<strong>weighs just 93 grams</strong>&nbsp;which is pretty mad for all the technologies they pack in to it.</p>
  31.  <p>The Pax 3 also heats up quickly in about 15-20 minutes. It uses eyebrow sensing technologies to inform when you are using it, therefore it can heat up the chamber that's super&nbsp;dope. The vapor that you pull out of the device is surprisingly good too! It does run on a conduction oven which won't provide the subtle flavours of a convection vaporizer, however, that won't matter for nearly all people.&nbsp;</p>
  32.  <p>They have also improved the battery life together with all the Pax 3. <strong>You are able to use it for about an hour an a half&nbsp;</strong>before having to recharge. Charging is cool using the Pax 3 together with the innovative charging dock. You can tell that many of engineering went in to it.</p>
  33.  <p>See our full&nbsp;Pax 3 review&nbsp;if you would like more info on it.</p>
  34.  <h3>5. <p></p> <p>Healthy Rips entered the fray a few years ago with the Fury vaporizer. They promised to provide food-grade air avenues that use convection technologies to heat the herb, and they've delivered. While their first few vaporizers were fantastic, <strong>they've&nbsp;released&nbsp;a true winner in the Fury Edge</strong>.</p> <p>The most notable part of the Healthy Rips Fury Edge is the fact that it delivers (largely ) convection in a little package. Until this point if you wanted a portable vaporizer that fits in your pocket, you were most likely using conduction. While there is nothing wrong with conduction, convection is generally more efficient and delivers better flavour.</p> <p>They have also packed a 2300 mAh battery in to the Fury Edge that's a very good battery. Our main complaint with the Fury two was that it wasn't truly portable because the battery was really small (and not replaceable). That is mended and the Fury Edge runs for more than an hour in use which is fantastic. Not only that, but they have implemented USB-C charging. It charges fast and USB-C does not wear out like a miniature USB.</p> <p>Last but not least, one of the main reasons why the Fury Edge is nearing the top of our list is because of the price. Sure, the Mighty and Ghost MV1 have less draw immunity and also have better flavour, but <strong>they're double the cost </strong>. If you're searching for an affordable, portable, unit you should definitely check out the Fury Edge.</p> <p>P. S. The wholesome Rips Fury Edge also gives you a variety of attachments you may use. If you would like to throw it in your pocket there's a plastic mouthpiece, or you may use a glass one while in home - entirely up to you.</p> <p>See our full Fury Edge review if you would like more info on it.</p> </h3>
  35.  <h3>6. Crafty+</h3>
  36.  <p>The&nbsp;Crafty+&nbsp;is the nimble little brother of the Mighty that is sitting up in the #1 place. Depending who you speak to, and what exactly you're looking for, the&nbsp;<strong>Crafty+ can take the best place </strong>&nbsp;as the best portable vaporizer.</p>
  37.  <p>It is smaller and cheaper than the Mighty which is great, but there are a couple downsides. It does not possess an integrated screen which means that you need to control the temperature settings in the app connected to a smartphone (which might not be possible since Apple banned vape apps). In addition, the vapor it produces isn't as trendy as the Mighty.&nbsp;</p>
  38.  <p> It gives you nearly 90 minutes of rip-off of single charge. And it also includes pass-through charging so that you can use it while it is plugged .</p>
  39.  <p><strong>If you're looking for a true portable unit</strong>&nbsp;though&nbsp;you will need the Crafty+ within the Mighty. The Crafty+ is built tough too so you don't really have to think about it rattling around a bit.</p>
  40.  <p>Exactly like all Volcano products, it has amazing vapor quality. It has a hybrid convection heating system which is impressive for a vaporizer of this size.</p>
  41.  <h3>7. Davinci IQ/MIQRO</h3>
  42.  <p>Davinci has been making vaporizers for more than five years now. They started off with the first Davinci Vaporizer and followed it up with the strong David Ascent. Their third product is certainly their best mobile vaporizer yet.</p>
  43.  <p> It's a super slick design with a beautiful LED grid screen. It seems like it could be an Apple device if they chose to dip their toes in the vaporizer marketplace.</p>
  44.  <p>Not only does it look fantastic, but it functions great also. It provides tasty vapor from its own ceramic heating chamber that's a conduction heating system. Additionally, it contains a'flavour chamber' that allows you to vaporize dry herbs without needing to grind them up.</p>
  45.  <p>If you're searching for a true, pocketable, mobile vaporizer you're in luck. <strong>The Davinci IQ is little. </strong>It only weighs around 145 g which is tiny in comparison to many other portable units. You may easily throw it in your pocket along with your phone.&nbsp;</p>
  46.  <p>The battery will only last about one hour of use though, so be wary. The batteries are replaceable so think about picking an extra one up if you're going with the Davinci IQ. They're easy to swap in and out! </p>
  47.  <p> While the battery lasts just a little bit less than the IQ, it's an amazing small conduction vaporizer. If you want a little unit to throw into your pocket, then you should definitely take a peek at the MIQRO.</p>
  48.  <p>Davinci published the IQ2 at 2020. It includes new airflow controller that let's you change the amount of air intake on the move. Also it's on-demand dosage technology which lets you track precisely how much you've vaporized (just works via the app which is currently not available on Apple devices).</p>
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  50.  <h3>8. <p></p> <p> It is Arizer's first really portable vaporizer since the mouthpiece retracts back in to the unit. All of Arizer's'mobile' vaporizers have glass bits so you can't throw them into your pocket or bag--that's not the case with the ArGo.</p> <p> Although it's small Arizer has not cut corners in their build quality also. This vaporizer feels sturdy and does not have the cheap plastic quality that you get with other components.</p> <p>It's a few of the vapor generation of all the very small vaporizers (Pax, Starry). <strong>They have utilized their conduction/convection heating technology from their Solo 2 and Air 2, and set it in a more compact package. </strong> It's a fairly quick heat up time which will get you vaporizing in just under a minute. </p> <p>Somehow Arizer also fit a full OLED display on to this little vaporizer too. You can view battery life and temperature right on the ArGo, you don't have to download a separate program or anything similar to that. We prefer vaporizers that have screens since programs can be a bit gimmicky (and Apple has banned vape related programs ).</p> <p><strong>The very best part of this ArGo has to be the swappable batteries. </strong> You can purchase extras and toss them in your pocket on the move. Swappable batteries also extends the life of your vaporizer as you don't need to simply toss it if the batteries weaken over time. That is a big bonus!</p> </h3>
  51.  <h3>9. <p></p> <p>The XMAX Starry is your <strong>lowest priced vaporizer on this list, but it does not perform like the cheapest</strong>. It is an awesome little vaporizer that is perfect for beginners searching for a newcomer, or veterans looking for a super mobile unit.</p> <p>The&nbsp;XMAX Starry&nbsp;is the best size to be obtained from the home on an experience. It weighs around 120 g which is at the lower end of almost any portable vaporizers you find. &nbsp;Just be careful because the mouthpiece may get hot after prolonged usage.&nbsp;</p> <p>It warms up pretty quickly in around 20-30 seconds. The XMAX Starry offers a complete array of temperatures to pick from the OLED screen. You can play around and find the best setting. It is a conduction vaporizer though, so don't expect unbelievable flavor. </p> <p>The V3 has a better battery life which permits you to use it for around 80 minutes of use. The batteries are also replaceable, so you can keep extras with you for longer excursions. They have also added a bigger bowl and fresh mouth piece that are definitely nice to have also!</p> <p> Boundless CF/CFX</p></h3>
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  53.  <p>Boundless has launched a couple cheap products which have taken the dry herb vaporizer world by storm. <strong>The CF/CFX are basically a bad man's Crafty/Mighty</strong>: they are hybrid convectionthey seem similar and they have similar sizes. Considering they are half the price of their Volcano counterparts--the CF/CFX are fairly impressive.</p>
  54.  <p> It's a comparatively modest size and contains five different temperature settings. The battery is non-replaceable and will last you about 50 minutes of usage.</p>
  55.  <p> It's bulkier, but includes a wonderful OLED display which enables you to pick your exact temperature. </p>
  56.  <p>What really&nbsp;<strong>sets these two vaporizers aside from the crowd is their vapor quality</strong>. They have the best vapor of any inexpensive vaporizer available at the moment. It's not quite on par with all the very best, but it is definitely better than many. If you are just starting out with vaporizing, or can't afford a more expensive device, you won't be disappointed using the Boundless CF or even CFX.</p>
  57.  <p>Watch our full&nbsp;Boundless CFX review&nbsp;should you would like to have more information on it.</p>
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