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Vape Pen Review: Haze Dual V3 Vaporizer from Haze Vaporizers

By Sue Vorenberg
Cannabis Daily Record

When the Haze Dual V3 Vaporizer arrived in my mailbox, I was more than a bit confused by all the little “cans” used by the device.

But these little cartridges – the “Dry Herb Can,” “Concentrate Can” and convective and conductive screen cans – provide a nice array of options for cannabis smokers of all types, whether they prefer dabs, vape oil or flower.

Still, this is one of the stranger vape devices I’ve seen from e cigarette Pros. It’s shaped a bit like a liquor flask, with the option of either a metal or glass mouthpiece that slides up from the top like a straw. Of course there are others brands on the market, for example you can get a Firefly 2 Discount Code at and get this model instead.

The little cans – which can be somewhat awkward to fill and use if you don’t have the best hand motor control – slip into one of two slots inside the device. The mesh convective and conductive screen cans are filled with ground flower, as is the Dry Herb can. The Concentrate Can can either be used with a cotton wick for vape oil or without the wick for wax.

That’s handy for on the go – because you can fill each chamber with something different. When you smoke from the Haze Dual V3, a simple slide of the mouthpiece cover either to the left or the right determines which chamber is heated.

So if you want to start off with flower and then dab later without switching devices or refilling anything – this gadget has you covered.

Another thing I like about this is that it comes with two rechargeable batteries and a charger. The Haze Dual V3 uses one of the batteries at a time, and they have a good long lifespan, so with this thing you’re pretty much never out of power. That’s a huge plus.

It also comes with a set of cleaning tools and even some tweezers to help you manipulate the material and get it into the can more easily.

When you flip the mouthpiece cover to your desired chamber, the unit starts to heat automatically. Pushing the button on the side of the cover controls which of the four heat settings you want to use.

One thing I’d prefer is if it didn’t heat automatically, but started after the first button push. As it is, if you open up the side cover to switch out the mouthpiece, it will start heating unless you remove the battery first.

At high heat settings the Haze Dual V3 also gets pretty warm on the outside, which makes me a little nervous.

Still, overall this is a nice, versatile and handy vape gadget. You can visit for more product reviews.

At $249.99 it’s a bit on the spendy side, but if you’re looking for something that can handle a wide array of substances and never leaves you lacking a power charge, the Haze Dual V3 may be right up your alley.

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