What are these ‘loose leaf tobacco vaporizers’ really like?

There are a few different types on the market, and they are definitely becoming part of the mainstream, so what is it about loose leaf vaporizers that are making them so popular..? Using ‘heat not burn’ technology, either through convection or ceramic systems, they provide much of the flavour of traditional smoking methods but without many of the well known harmful side effects of combustion. The funny thing is, by not producing any real smoke, just a thin vapour, people are cynical of the technology so in this short video I load one up (C-Vapor) and show you what it’s all about. Enjoy!

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4 Responses to What are these ‘loose leaf tobacco vaporizers’ really like?

  1. avatar Tam Donnelly says:

    Where can I buy one?

    • avatar Marcus says:

      From us! We are out of stock but awaiting a new delivery so I will make sure that we contact you when they arrive.

  2. I am interested in the loose leaf vapouriser. In both videos I watched there was no mention if there was a pleasant tobacco hit. This is what we’re all interested in!
    Well, is there a nicotine hit when using tobacco in a loose leaf vapouriser?
    Thanks, Brian

    • avatar Marcus says:

      Hi Brian – indeed there is. As far as I’m concerned the experience is similar to traditional smoking methods apart from production of no smoke and more of the actual flavour of the tobacco rather than a burnt version of the taste, if you get my meaning. So yes, there is the usual nicotine hit.

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