Prima features a stainless steel pathway located between the mouthpiece and the chamber that does an excellent job of cooling down the vapor each time you vape.
- Heating Style: Convection
- Oven Material: Stainless steel
- Vapor Path: Stainless steel
- Removable Battery: Yes
- Battery Life (Usage time): 5 sessions
- Charge time: 90+ minutes
- Heat-up Time: 40-60 seconds
- 1 x Prima Vaporizer (NZ compatible model)
- 1 x Chamber Cover
- 1 x SS Vapor Pipe
- 1 x Mouthpiece
- 1 x Battery
- 1 x Cap Sleeve
- 1 x Power Supply
- 1 x Battery Charger
- 1 x Charging Cord
- 2 x Cap Screens
- 1 x Blends Scoop
- 2 x Mesh Screens
- 1 x Cleaning Tool
- 1 x Plug Brush
- Level 1- 350Â° F â€“ 360Â° F ( 176.67Â° C â€“ 182.22Â° C )
- Level 2- 365Â° F â€“ 375Â° F ( 185Â° C â€“ 190.56Â° C )
- Level 3 â€“ 380Â° F â€“ 390Â° F ( 193.33Â° C â€“ 198.89Â° C )
- Level 4 â€“ 390Â° F â€“ 400Â° F ( 198.89Â° C â€“ 204.44Â° C )
- Vapor Quality: The vapor quality of the Prima is fine. It offers above average flavor but it does lack the huge clouds that a lot of vapers chase, so keep that in mind. It has a stainless steel vapor path that does an okay job of retaining flavor and the smoothness of said vapor is moderate when compared to other similar units.
- Fast Heat Up – the wax and dry herb vaporizer can reach its maximum working temperature in 1 minute or less. That’s rather fast for a portable unit.
- Heat Protection – it has a built-in heat sensor that powers the model off if it gets too hot. This ensures safety and helps prevent combustion.
- Efficiency – although the oven is small, the Prima does a good job of vaporizing what it can hold. The vapor quality is good with both wax and dry herbs, which only makes the problems it has more disappointing. A few tweaks in the design and this unit could be a standout true portable model.