Published on May 4th, 2015 | by gatsbyadmin0
QuickDraw Vape & 710 Whip – Product Review
710 Whip Ceramic ENail
We started in first on the 710 Whip, ceramic enail, during our product testing day for the GGStaff. We get asked to review a number of products each year in the outdoor sports, lifestyle, and cannabis markets. The first ever ceramic enail hit our offices after the AGE show in Denver. The first advantage to having an enail is that you don’t use butane or a torch to heat the nail every time you want a dab. The electronic nail keeps a steady temperature and allows for a constant flow of smoke from your dab.
We like the carb cap that is included and the hole in it that allows you to leave it on the nail and “dab through” the carb cap. Maximizes the concentrate and hit plus keeps the steady flow of heat while doing so. This is the first “dab through” nail we have ever seen in our years of testing. They also include a fastener for the bottom of the rig to hold the enail cord; yet another first that we have seen (you can note the fastener in the pictures). The nail is 100% USA ceramic; which is something we cannot say for Hive. The nail will fit any size joint also and can double as a normal nail without the heating coil (dual use is always a plus).
The few downsides we had were the lack of digital read out (it’s an analog). And it is capped at 600 degrees, so you glowie life dabbers are going to have to learn “low temps, high terp” dabs for once. And with the constant heat flow you don’t get to clean off the nail with a torch; so you do have some left over terps on the nail if you don’t let it burn off on it’s own. We found this while the staff was dabbing one after the other on the nail to check the heat aspect….it stays hot but the left over terps come through in the next persons dab.
We loved the travel case that is comes with. It can fit any mini-rig with ease for transporting. The retail price tag of $150 is also very very attractive for the enail market. And overall we gave this product an 8/10 on the ease of use, craftsmanship, retail price, and ability to keep up with a proper session of globs. You can follow them on Instagram at @710whip. Also you can order them direct from them anytime you need.
QuickDraw Vape Pen
The QuickDraw Vapor is new to the market and bring 3 worlds into 1 with their cartridges. We were notified about QuickDraw from Blank Space media in Denver. After getting the pens into the hands of our staff…..we had some trouble getting them back for the testing. We found some great things about this product that have put it up on top of our Vape pen pile.
First, it takes about 5 minutes to completely charge this pen. Great for on the go and you forgetful smokes that always run out of batteries. The magnetic charger and cartridge alignment makes it easy to get to the matter at hand…vaping. It doesn’t take long to load the concentrate, flowers, or Ejuice. Oh yeah, this pen will vape all three: flowers, concentrates, and Ejuices. It comes with 3 different cartridges for each substance. It also has custom heating levels for each cartridge. The cleaning tools came in handy after a full session with the GGStaff. The design and feel of this pen are well structured and positive. It is a bit larger than your normal vape pen….whatever that means. We felt it would be great for travel since it helps with the ease of consumption at a new area without all the glass available.
The negative feedback was a short list but mostly focused on the small amount of flower that can bit “hit” or filled into the cartridge. It does need some time to “heat up” before you can vape the flowers which proved to be a bit annoying for everyone to wait in between hits…plus refilling the cartridge every 3rd hit. The flavor of the flower cartridge was also very “vappy” or “like a volcano vape tastes.” One tester felt it was “too much technology” in a pen that “just needs to work.” Also the price point is a bit more due to the technology (you can check their website for retail pricing).
The concentrate cartridge was most of our focus and delivered a great hit and was filled with terps. Most of the staff enjoyed the lights and the changes of colors. The ease of travel and use was a huge hit and overall we gave the flower aspects an 8/10 and the concentrate aspects an 8/10 for total use, heat elements, design, and amount of “hit.” You can follow them at @quickdrawvapor on Instagram.