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Hemp Bombs New 2018 Flavors: Still the Bomb

Hemp Bombs 2018 flavors

Hemp Bombs 2018 flavors


  • Amazing flavors
  • Lots of options
  • Reasonable prices

It’s always exciting and a bit daunting to try a new item from a company you have enjoyed in the past. When it’s a company you like, it is easy to be excited for the next best thing. But, at the same time, you can easily be disappointed because you are expecting something awesome.

If you read my reviews you’ll notice that I’ve reviewed CBD oil from Hemp Bombs and I was excited to try some new flavors.

Let’s start with Vanilla Cupcake Swirl.

To put it plainly: yumminess with every hit.

The flavor is rich and strong and the best way I can describe it is like walking into a bakery and picking up a delicious looking cupcake and then smashing it into your mouth with all the amazing joy and decadence you expect.

I enjoy dessert flavors but rarely go for vanilla because usually it is just too strong. Hemp Bombs found a perfect medium in this mix and not only does it taste like an amazing vanilla cupcake but it also has the benefits of 75 mg of CBD.

Why use CBD?

If you haven’t tried CBD I would recommend it. CBD, or cannabidol comes from hemp plants.

Now, if you are thinking this is the same as some well-known illegal substances, you are very wrong. CBD has no psychotropic effects, meaning it produces no ‘high.’

It is legal and will not cause you to fail a drug test.

So, why try it?

Because CBD can help reduce pain, anxiety and potentially help with other chronic issues.

Personally I use CBD for chronic pain, anxiety issues and to help me sleep. The high quality CBD used by Hemp Bombs meets my needs and the amazing flavors they offer are just icing on the cake.

And in the case of Vanilla Cupcake Swirl, that’s both metaphorically and literally.

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Now, let’s get back to Hemp Bombs awesome new flavors.

Wild blueberry jam is another awesome new flavor. Like Vanilla Cupcake Swirl it has a strong, smooth flavor. The ‘wild’ aspect is that is doesn’t have a straight blueberry taste, which can often be too syrupy sweet. But, as usual, Hemp Bombs nailed it with Wild Blueberry Jam.

The sweet blueberry flavor isn’t too much and has a light and airy taste, at the same time it’s not over powering and gagging.

If you enjoy light, yet strong, fruity flavors, I’d nab this one. It doesn’t disappoint.

Moving onto Hemp Bombs’ Crisp Honeydew Melon.

I have to admit, I do not enjoy most kinds of melon as a rule. I can take a little watermelon to eat and I enjoy watermelon flavored candies sometimes but not honeydew or cantaloupe. So, when I saw this flavor, I knew I had to try it, but I was not looking forward to it.

And guess what?

It’s my favorite in the batch!

Hemp Bombs Crisp Honeydew Melon is sweet, strong and totally tasty. The melon flavor is there, but Crisp Honeydew Melon is like an amazing candy that I can’t get enough of. What an amazing surprise from Hemp Bombs. I fell in love with a flavor I never would have tried on my own.

This just prove that some times you need to get out of your comfort zone and try new things. And when it comes to Hemp Bombs, you are not likely to be disappointed.

That brings me to the next flavor of Roasted Colombian Coffee. Are you a coffee drinker? Do you like to smell coffee brewing? I am a huge coffee drinker, not by the cup but by the gallon. It’s my absolute favorite drink.

When I first started vaping I tried a couple of coffee juices and I was totally disappointed. To me they usually tasted like licking the grounds out of the filter, gagging included.

Alas, not with Hemp Bombs.

The amazing and tantalizing Roasted Colombian Coffee is delicious, like sticking your head down near the coffee pot as it’s brewing. The fresh, rich and bold taste. If you like smelling coffee brew, or you enjoy taking a whiff of a bag of coffee beans, you are going to enjoy this greatly. Too often the wonderful name on the bottle sounds amazing and then is a let down, but not with Hemp Bombs Roasted Colombian Coffee.

Now, the last one in the batch of awesome new flavors Hemp Bombs sent me is Arctic Spearmint Blast.

This is a powerful burst of flavor, as the name promises. It’s not a bad flavor and is nice and strong, which I enjoy in a juice, but it wasn’t my cup of tea. I do not personally go for mint flavors, but I can’t deny that Hemp Bombs nailed the goal.

So, if you love spearmint and love the cool throat blast, you are going to get it from Hemp Bombs Arctic Spearmint Blast.


Now, onto the price point, the 75 mg CBD 16.5 ml bottles I reviewed sell for $14.99, which I can tell you is a steal. CBD isn’t something you go through as fast as regular vape juice, it’s meant for a few hits here and there, instead of filling a tank and vaping on it all day. While a 16.5 ml bottle doesn’t sound huge, it’s going to last longer than you think.

And don’t forget, Hemp Bombs CBD offers other flavors that may interest you, such as Glazed Chocolate Donut (doesn’t that sound amazing), Farm Fresh Strawberry Milk, Sugar Cookie Kryptonite, Exotic Watermelon Kush and Whipped Marshmallow Dream. Check out the review I did on Sugar Cookie Kryptonite and Exotic Watermelon Kush, both on-point flavors.

If 75 mg CBD doesn’t strike your fancy, Hemp Bombs offers 250 mg in 16.5 ml bottles for $39.99, 300 mg in 60 ml bottles for $49.99 and 1,000 mg in 60 ml bottles for $99.99.

With the massive selection of flavors and potencies, with a variety of price points, Hemp Bombs offers something for everyone.

If you are considering CBD or considering trying Hemp Bombs, I would recommend it. I haven’t been disappointed with Hemp Bombs and I hope you won’t be either. The best place to buy is directly from Hemp Bombs.

Don’t forget to check out our review of Hemp Bombs edibles. Also look at the following “best-of” CBD lists: vape juices, edibles, pet treats, and vape pens.

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Daily High Club January 2018

Bring in the New Year in true stoner style with the latest Daily High Club box. This box features a gorgeous champagne bottle bong that lives up to the high standard that DHC has set for themselves with their amazing glass month after month. Filled with plenty of other goodies that will keep you in the clouds for the month of January (and beyond), start your 2018 off right with DHC.


January 2018 DHC Stash

  • Circle perc Champagne Bottle Glass
  • Elements king size rolling papers
  • Lighter
  • Raw tips
  • Buddies tube
  • Juicy Jay blackberry cones
  • Kush “Berries” hemp wrap
  • Toke tool
  • 420 Science wipes
  • Bee Lasso hemp wick
  • Dope sticker set!


This is just one of the many epic boxes that the Daily High Club releases each and every month. Take a look at our full, in-depth review and see some of the other epic boxes from past months. Daily High Club Review.

You can order your own DHC box HERE. Be sure to subscribe for added savings.


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Best CBD Pet Treats 2018

Koi Health Bites CBD Dog Treats – Our Favorite

Each one of these delicious dog treats are jam-packed with 22mg of the purest CBD available. Your furry little friend will thoroughly enjoy these bone-shaped dog treats, which are just as tasty as any regular dog treat you can get from the store. So if your dog is a picky eater, no worries! They won’t even know that these incredible treats are actually giving them the incredible health benefits of CBD.

Each bag includes 10 CBD infused dog treats. If you’re serious about giving your puppy the benefits of CBD, you can’t go wrong with Koi.

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Koi CBD pet treats

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Diamond CBD Pet CBD Food Additive

This liquid is designed to be added to your pet’s food or water bowl. This additive is available for both dogs and cats in a variety of different flavors.

Simply add 8-10 drops to your pets food or water bowl once per day to help your dog or cat feel more relaxed and in control.

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Diamond CBD pet food additive

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Benefits of CBD for pets

CBD products for humans have been exploding in popularity lately. CBD vape juice, edibles, and vape pens have been flying off the shelves as people seek out a natural treatment for their pain, anxiety, or depression.

The good news is that the incredible benefits of CBD aren’t limited to humans. If your dog or cat is starting to get old or recently fell sick, they may feel tired and stressed out. As a pet owner, it can be a horrible feeling knowing that there’s nothing you can do to help.

Many people have reported that giving their dog or cat CBD has helped to dramatically improve their pet’s mood. It’s not guaranteed that you’ll get the same results for your pet, but if nothing else has worked it’s definitely worth a try. If it can help make your furry member of your family feel a little bit better during the rough times then it’s well worth the money.

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Best CBD Vape Pens 2018

Koi Stik CBD vape pen

Koi is one of the most popular manufacturers of CBD oil in the world. With the brand new 2018 edition of the Koi Stik; their innovative team has created a simple, easy to use vape pen that gives you all the benefits of CBD without the hassle.

If you don’t own a box mod and tank, or if you do but you prefer the simplicity of a vape pen, the Koi Stik is perfect for you. Just plug it in to charge it and you’re ready to start enjoying CBD in one of Koi’s award-winning flavors. The size, shape, and ease of use is extremely similar to the popular Juul e-cig.

The Koi Stik includes the vape pen itself, an empty pod, and an empty 30ml bottle for refilling the pods. You’ll need to purchase your own Koi CBD oil to fill the pods up. Koi stands behind their product by offering a 3-month warranty on any defects.

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Koi Stik

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Diamond CBD Re-Leaf disposable vape pen

Diamond is another one of the most reputable companies in the CBD world. They offer an *insanely wide selection* of products, including vape oil, edibles, creams, and more.

Their Re-Leaf line of disposable vape pens is the perfect introduction to CBD vaping if you’re a beginner or if you just like the simplicity of buying something that you can toss when you’re finished.

Each Re-Leaf pen is pre-filled with delicious CBD oil, making this pen ready to use as soon as you open the package. You’ll get an estimated 200 puffs from each pen, and once you’re finished you can just toss it in the trash.

Vaping CBD has never been easier.

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Why should I use a vape pen for CBD?

Using a vape pen for CBD, whether a reuseable one like the Koi Stik or a disposable one such as the Re-Leaf, is one of the easiest ways for a beginner to enjoy the health benefits of CBD oil.

The only other alternative for vaping CBD is to use a larger box mod with a tank. This might be useful for some people who enjoy the performance and the form factor of vaping with a mod, but for newbies this can be expensive and complicated.

Other methods of using CBD, such as edibles (e.g. gummies), are beneficial for some people and are are extremely easy to use. But if you’re the type of person who wants something that you can fit in your pocket and use on-the-go, a CBD vape pen is the only real choice.

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Daily High Club December 2017


Just in time for the Holidaze, the Daily High Club December box is exactly what you’ve been looking for to treat the stoner in your life. Packed with winter themed goodies and a frosted glass snowman bong that further proves how amazing DHC’s glass is! Get everything you need to stay lit this holiday season in the December DHC box.


December 2017 DHC Stash

  • Frosted Snowman Bong
  • Zen White 1 1/4 Papers
  • Clipper lighter
  • Snowman Air Freshener
  • Double Dutch tips
  • RAW Three Pack King Size Pre-Rolled Cones
  • Opaque Doob Tube
  • Glass Screen
  • Dragon Bristle Pipe Cleaners
  • Hemplights OG
  • Sticker set


This is just one of the many epic boxes that the Daily High Club releases each and every month. Take a look at our full, in-depth review and see some of the other epic boxes from past months. Daily High Club Review.

You can order your own DHC box HERE. Be sure to subscribe for added savings.


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Muestra de Saka Nacatamale


It’s amazing how a word can stick with a person for one reason or another, for me, one of those words is nacatamale.

I first remember hearing it while visiting Drew Estate’s Nicaraguan factory several years ago, when it started getting uttered with both reverence and craving at some point. Clearly it was a food dish, but exactly what it was seemed to be intentionally left to be a mystery to us visitors.

A nacatamale is a traditional dish that is found not just in Nicaragua, but Costa Rica and Honduras as well, and which shares several aspects of what one might know as a tamale. A corn masa dough sets the base for the nacatamale, with seasoned pork, rice, potatoes, bell peppers, tomatoes, and olives most commonly used as the filler. There are numerous spins on this of course, though once filled, each nacatamale gets wrapped in plantain leaves to undergo several hours of steaming or pressure cooking.

It’s often served as a breakfast food on Sundays, generally with fresh bread and coffee with milk, and could easily be marked as one of the country’s most signature dishes.

Steve Saka, formerly of Drew Estate and now on his own with Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, used the word for the second size to be released in his Muestra de Saka line, a 6 x 48 grand corona that is a follow-up to the 6 x 52 Exclusivo released in March 2017.

For Saka, the Muestra de Saka project stemmed from trying to incorporate an older style of blending, with the filler tobacco coming from the same farm, in this case, one in Jalapa, Nicaragua that Saka is keeping a secret.

“For over a century most cigars’ entire filler recipes were comprised of just one farm’s tobacco and any complexity was introduced by extremely careful leaf processing, selection and positioning within the bunch,” said Saka in a press release. “Whereas these days as we have hundreds of ingredients to work and blend with to create interesting and satisfying ligas. So, the challenge was to see if I could make an ‘old farm’ style liga that could hold its own with the modern blends created today. ”

As for the other leaves, the wrapper is an Ecuadorian habano, while the binder comes from Nicaragua. The Muestra de Saka Nacatamale is offered at $15.95 per cigar, or $111.65 for a box of seven, each coming in slide-lid coffins.

Even though this is the second Muestra de Saka release, it’s worth noting that the cigars are not related from a blend standpoint. Saka calls the line one that “reflect(s) the blending machinations of myself,” as the name means Sample of Saka or Saka’s Sample.

He explained that in a bit further detail, saying that “muestras are hoarded and coveted by not only their makers, but by the cigar smokers who seek to catch a glimpse into the cigarmaker’s soul within their smoke. Muestra de Saka is just that. A line of unique blends and vitolas made in extremely limited quantities that reflect the blending machinations of myself. To smoke a Muestra de Saka is to embark upon a journey with me in which I greatly welcome your companionship.”

Another vitola, the Unicorn, has recently been teased on social media, with Saka showing off the 6 1/4 x 60 diademas deluxe and noting that only 1,000 were produced. He added that he hasn’t decided whether he’ll simply smoke them all or sell a few, but wanted to at least clarify what it is before they start showing up in people’s hands. It was also not part of the seven vitolas that were mentioned by the retailer Jack Schwartz Importers.

Saka has previously indicated that while the Muestra de Saka releases are limited, it’s not his intention to make it a one-and-done line.

  • Cigar Reviewed: Muestra de Saka Nacatamale
  • Country of Origin: Nicaragua
  • Factory: Fabrica de Tabacos Joya de Nicaragua S.A.
  • Wrapper: Ecuadorian Habano
  • Binder: Nicaragua
  • Filler: Nicaragua
  • Length: 6 Inches
  • Ring Gauge: 48
  • Vitola: Grand Corona
  • MSRP: $15.95 (Boxes of 7, $111.65)
  • Release Date: Nov. 7, 2017
  • Number of Cigars Released: Regular Production
  • Number of Cigars Smoked For Review: 3

It’s sort of a shame that the Muestra de Saka Nacatamale doesn’t have a traditional primary band on it, as the cigar feels a bit naked once the foot band has been removed. That said, it does allow the dark brown wrapper to take center stage, and the oily, slightly mottled leaf does so easily with a bit of sheen, small veins, and clean roll lines. The Nacatamale is rolled firmly but not to the point of being overly hard, while the fan cap is generally applied well. The foot is mellow and meaty at first sniff while the wrapper itself is a bit more meat stick. There’s also some Maraschino cherry in one sample that adds a thick, syrupy sweetness, while another has a touch of smokiness. The cold draw is on the firm side of ideal but still in the sweet spot for air flow, with subtle meatiness alongside generic tobacco.

The first puffs of the Muestra de Saka Nacatamale catch my attention more for the texture of the smoke than for any specific flavor as they are rather soft but multi-surfaced, sort of like cotton candy as it sits on the tongue. Pepper comes along fairly quickly, though it doesn’t overtake the profile, but rather nudges it in a slightly different direction. That is, unless you retrohale the smoke, in which case the pepper gives an all-out shove into a much more lively range, with the pepper bright and biting in the nostrils, backed by a bit of vanilla sweetness. Factoring out the retrohale’s influence for a few puffs, the Nacatamale is cool and just the slightest bit peppery on the tongue, flirting with a bit of nuttiness and spiciness at times, the latter reminiscent of red chilis. It’s a mild sensation at best, as I’m fairly surprised by the cigar’s tameness in the first third. Other than a draw that I could describe as just the slightest bit tight, there’s no issues with the burn or smoke production.

Retrohales are still the punchiest aspect of the Muestra de Saka Nacatamale, a point I bring up since I’m surprised how mellow the flavors are. Given an Ecuadorian habano wrapper and Nicaraguan binder and filler, I’d expect a bit more muscle from the cigar, but instead I find myself trying to dive into the subtleties, where I find a bit of cool mint that settles nicely on the tongue on mellow samples, with earthy soil standing out on the fuller cigars. The former is a pleasing profile that oozes smoothness, though at the same time almost treads too lightly on the palate, while the latter has character but also some creaminess to cushion it. Leading up to the midpoint, I find the cigar to be a bit less vibrant than I was expecting, as it keeps its nutty and somewhat earthy flavors subdued, with pepper at the edges to provide a bit of tingle on the tongue. The combination of retrohale and puff are where the real magic continues to happen, as they complement each other quite well. Just past the midpoint the flavor starts to develop notes of corn flakes that separate from the others, occasionally getting a bit funky on the palate but far from unpalatable. The Muestra de Saka Nacatamale moves into its final third with some renewed pepper on both the tongue and in the nose, while the burn and draw have both been near ideal.

There’s definitely an uptick in strength at the start of the final third, and I get a bit of earth and a new found chocolate note that starts to emerge. In one sample, the earthiness picks up a metallic edge before taking on notes of sharp notes of lumberyard woods and a bit of smoky campfire, with some more of the mint making occasional appearances. The draw on the first sample seems to tighten up just a bit, with the burn rate slowing commensurately, while the other two slow a bit as well but without the air flow change. There are more subtle pivots in the final inches as the smoke gets chewier and picks up a bit of warm cake donut, with the metallic earth pushed to the finish. The combustion rate continues to creep along, with smoke production slowing at times until the cigar seems to reach its ideal core temperature and the tobacco burns fully, closing out with a bit of chocolate chip sweetness.

Final Notes

  • For some his other releases—Sobremesa, for instance—Steve Saka has been very forthcoming with blend details. Not so much with this cigar.
  • As a frequent retrohaler, it was sometimes hard for me to separate the strength of the pepper through the nose with the relative subtlety of what the tongue picks up. I know I was much more satisfied with the combination than the components on their own.
  • The nicotine levels were on the lower side for most of the cigar, though the final third finishes with a decent punch.
  • I’ve now smoked three more Nacatamales than I’ve eaten nacatamales, at least that I can recall.
  • Joya de Nicaragua, which produces the cigars for Dunbarton Tobacco & Trust, advertises on halfwheel.
  • The cigars for this review were purchased by halfwheel.
  • Final smoking time was two hours and 10 minutes on average.
  • Site sponsors Atlantic Cigar, Corona Cigar Co., Elite Cigar Cafe (972-661-9136), JR Cigar, Smoke Inn and STOGIES World Class Cigars carry the Muestra de Saka Nacatamale.

Muestra de Saka Nacatamale

Patrick Lagreid

December 21, 2017


Hand me a Steve Saka-blended cigar, and I’m almost certainly going to expect a medium-plus to full bodied blend, and that’s what had me initially so perplexed by the Muestra de Saka Nacatamale. While there’s plenty of pepper through the nose, it’s a much more subdued cigar on the palate, particularly in the first and second thirds. But where there’s subtlety, there’s often nuance, and the Nacatamale can show that if given the chance. While I won’t pretend that I didn’t enjoy the most flavorful of the three samples more than the other two—and scored it higher, accordingly—I found the second cigar the most interesting as its subtleties invited the most exploration. To borrow a line I’ve used a few times before, I’m impressed by the Nacatamale, but more importantly I’m intrigued to smoke a few more to see what else it might have to offer.

Overall Score

Hand me a Steve Saka-blended cigar, and I’m almost certainly going to expect a medium-plus to full bodied blend, and that’s what had me initially so perplexed by the Muestra de Saka Nacatamale. While there’s plenty of pepper through the nose, it’s a much more subdued cigar on the palate, particularly in the first and second thirds. But where there’s subtlety, there’s often nuance, and the Nacatamale can show that if given the chance. While I won’t pretend that I didn’t enjoy the most flavorful of the three samples more than the other two—and scored it higher, accordingly—I found the second cigar the most interesting as its subtleties invited the most exploration. To borrow a line I’ve used a few times before, I’m impressed by the Nacatamale, but more importantly I’m intrigued to smoke a few more to see what else it might have to offer.

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E-Clipse Dry Herb Vape Review – Buy or Pass?




  • Easy to use
  • Small and discreet
  • Rapid heat-up time
  • Long battery life


  • Doesn’t stand up on its own

Have you seen the E-clipse dry herb vaporizer?

Dry herb vaporizers are continuing to gain popularity for their design and ease of use. They give users and opportunity to burn herbs in contained chambers and inhale the vapor.

I was sent the E-clipse kit, which includes everything you need to get started in dry herb vaping, with the exception of the herb. The kit includes the device, replacement O-rings, a cleaning brush, a scraping tool, a USB charger and two different mouthpieces.

The E-clipse is handy because the battery is built in and charges through the USB. A major bonus is that is holds a charger for days. As a user I have to admit that I hate having to repeatedly charge my devices. Having one that chargers quickly (in a few short hours) and holds a charge for days is a big hit in my book.

The 2200mah lithium polymer battery totally goes into the Pro column in my book.


Now, let’s talk about the ceramic heating chamber.

Ceramic is awesome because it allows for pure flavor. The chamber is 5/8 inch deep and holds a decent amount dry herb, which is nice. Some other dry herb vaporizers may offer deeper chambers but it’s all about how much the user needs.

When it comes to using a dry herb vaporizer, I use mine a couple of times a day, throughout the week. The ceramic chamber on the E-clipse is a pretty awesome size for my needs. Having an included scrapping and packing tool is also a plus. All the tools needed are included, can’t beat that.

The E-clipse fits nicely into the palm of the hand and disappears, which is great for any user desiring to be discreet.

As most vape devices, the E-clipse turns on with five clicks of the fire button and turns off the same way. Other than the fire button, the only other buttons are up and down, which sets the heat of the ceramic chamber.

The E-clipse can be set from 300 to 435 degrees, which is a nice range because, depending on what herb or combination of herbs you are wanting to use, you may have a variety of different temperatures. The E-clipse heats up quickly so you don’t have to prime and wait, which is awesome, especially if you are using in on a lower temperature. One thing no vaper wants to do is wait for their device to get ready. Heck, most of us don’t even like to wait a few lousy minutes for a new coil to prime properly.

If you are new to dry herb vaporizers, do a little bit of research to find out what temperature to burn your desired herb at. Also, some herbs need to be ground before putting them in the E-clipse, so in order not to burn up or waste your dry herb, check it out before you fire up the E-clipse.

If you are wondering what herbs you can use in the E-clipse, you may be surprised to know that there are a large variety of totally-legal-in-every-state options. I recently used a blend of damiana, peppermint and lemon balm that is reported to be calming. I enjoyed it, but it took some getting used to the taste.

Eclipse dry herb vape
The small, discreet size of the E-clipse is a definite plus.

Ease of use

Okay, now we need to talk about the one major thing about the E-clipse dry herb vaporizer that I would put in the con category in great, big capital letters.

The gosh darn thing does not stand up on its own. Man, is that incredibly frustrating!

As a user, and other vapers I know agree, you pick up the vape take a hit or two and then set it back down. Well not with the E-clipse. You have to lay the E-clipse down because it has a rounded bottom.

I cannot tell you how many times I’ve dropped the dang thing, when I go to set it down out of mere habit.

On that note I have to say that the E-clipse does appear to be pretty durable, because given the number of times it’s fallen off the cabinet, it is still running like a champ.

Now let’s talk price. The E-clipse sells for around $150 depending on the retailer. For a regular vape mod, as a user, I would say that $150 is well above the price that I’m willing to pay. But the E-clipse is an all-in-one and doesn’t require you to buy additional tanks, coils or cotton. You don’t need an external charger or anything but the dry herb to enjoy the E-clipse.


So, let’s do a recap. The E-clipse has a decent sized ceramic heating chamber that is relatively easy to keep clean and reuse. It fits nicely into the hand and carry and conceals easily if that is the wish of the user.

It’s dummy-proof in its use, with an easy on, easy off and easy temperature setting. It also times itself off when you stop using it, which is handy. It charges well and holds that charge for ages.

If you are looking at venturing into the world of dry herb vaporizers or if you are interested in a new one, I would recommend giving the E-clipse a go. It’s handy and easy to carry and has a decent price point. After continued use I did not see any major issues with cleaning or maintenance.

The best place to buy the E-clipse vpaorizer is from NY Vape Shop.

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IJoy Capo 100 Kit Review – A Bad Ass Little Mod

iJoy Capo 100 Kit

iJoy Capo 100 Kit


  • Price
  • Color options
  • Slide-fill tank
  • Hits like a beast


  • Requires new type of battery
  • Top drop battery

Let’s talk about the iJoy Capo 100 kit.

Have you seen this little guy? I say little guy because the iJoy is small and the Captain mini subohm tank included in the kit is just a little thing too, but man was I surprised. Normally I love a mod with a good hand grip, nothing too big but something that you can really get a hold of and something that has just enough weight that you know you have ahold of it.

Also, I have to admit, if I was in the vape shop looking around, I wouldn’t give this little guy a second glance because I usually go for at least a 200 watt mod. The iJoy Capo tops out at 100 watts. It also has a second feature I don’t care for aesthetically. I don’t like vape mods that are designed to have the batteries drop into the top. I’ve just never been a fan of the look.

So, when I opened up the iJoy Capo 100 kit, initially I wasn’t impressed. But, let me tell you that was short lived.


Recent iJoy mods have been moving away from the traditional 18650 used in most mods and require 21700 batteries. I didn’t have an unmarried 21700, so I had to order one, which is always a pain, because vapers are by nature not patient. But, such is life.

If you haven’t used a mod with a 21700 battery, I recommend giving it a shot. Remember when I said that this little guy is a 100 watt mod?

Now, normally I vape around 80 watts, sometimes up to 120, depending on the tank and the coil. I’ve found in the past that 100 watt mods are somewhat lacking in the power department, so I generally steer clear of them, even though it is the range I generally vape in. With this iJoy Capo, I was blown away (of course pun intended) by its power.

As I’ve learned in the past with vaping, it’s always a rule of thumb to start low and work your way up. And, since I had just primed the Captain mini subohm tank, this is exactly how I started using this mod. I started at a measly 30 watts, I mean, heck, I’m usually around 80 to 120 on my daily driver, and usually 30 barely registers a hit for me.


Not on the iJoy Capo 100. On this little bad boy the 30 definitely registered for me! Man, was I pleasantly surprised.

After monkeying around with the settings for a few hits I found that I would generally vape around a 45 on this bad little guy. A combination of the iJoy Capo design on the 21700 battery makes this guy hit and hit hard. This little guy is designed to hit like a dual 18650 with the weight and carry of a single.

Now, I’ll take this every day of the week.

Ease of use

Now, the Captain mini subohm tank only holds 2 ml, which falls into the con category for me but that’s just because I’m a chain vapor and I hate constantly having to refill my tank. Someone who vapes less frequently or doesn’t mind a quick fill up wouldn’t have a problem here.

One major thing in the plus column is the slide-fill of the tank. You just have got to love this. Nothing to remove, nothing to have to wipe off and set down, just give this a little slide and bam, fill her up. I have a couple of other tanks that are designed to be easy to fill and they don’t always live up to this, but the Captain mini lives up to the easy slide to fill.

So, if I have to fill it often, at least they make it dang easy to do it. Again, a major plus.

Now, let’s talk about the iJoy Capo 100 mod. It’s easy to use, with the standard five clicks of the fire button for on and off. It’s got a nice big fire button on the side, so you can’t miss it. And, one of my personal favorite features on any mod is the puff counter, which is nice and easy to ready on the OLED screen. Now, I can’t really say why I like this feature myself, I just think it’s nifty I suppose.


Let’s talk price for a minute.

The iJoy Capo 100 kit sells for $76.99 through the manufacturer.

Not bad in my book for everything you need to get going minus the 21700 battery and the e-juice. You get an easy to use tank and an easy to use mod that hits like a beast.

After using the iJoy Capo 100 kit for a few days I can say that I am willing to overlook the purely aesthetic issues that I didn’t care for. I’m seriously considering making this bad little boy my daily driver. And coming from someone who has as many mods and tanks as I do, that’s saying something.

I was send the iJoy Capo 100 kit in black, which is a good all around color, but is also comes in eight other rocking colors. Users can chose from black, white, purple, yellow, red, green, gold, silver and grey.

And remember, you aren’t limited to the Captain mini subohm tank, many a tank could be paired up with the iJoy Capo 100. This awesome bad boy is designed to support up to a 26 mm tank with no overhang.

If you are in the market for a starter kit or an awesome new mod, I recommend you check out the iJoy Capo 100 kit. It’s plenty of bang for the buck. The best place to buy the iJoy Capo 100 kit is from

Check out our list of the best box mods and the best mod starter kits before you make your decision!

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Dabado Bolt Pro 2 Dab eRig Review – Worth the Money?

Dabado Bolt Pro 2


Dabado Bolt Pro 2


  • Perfect preset heat options
  • Huge clouds
  • Great flavor
  • High quality manufacturing
  • Easy to use


  • No precision temperature control

The Bolt Pro 2 is the newest eRig from Dabado. It’s no secret that I’m a huge fan the Dabado product line (the classic Bolt, Bolt 2, and the original Bolt Pro), so I was super excited to try this one out. Let take an in depth look at the performance, features, and appearance of the Bolt Pro 2 and see how it compares to other popular dab rigs.

How to use the Bolt Pro 2

While the Bolt Pro 2 is the newest product in the Dabado lineup, the functionality is very similar to their other products (or really any other dab e-rig). So if you’re upgrading from one of the other Bolt products, then you already know what to do.

The first thing you’ll need to do is attach the nail and the glass to the base. This is extremely easy, just screw them on and you’re good to go. There are three different types of nails included: titanium, quartz, and ceramic. They all have different functionality and there is no “best” material for dabbing. It’s all a matter of personal preference.

To start heating up the nail, you’ll either click the button three times (for low heat) or five times (for high heat). This simple one-button activation method makes the Dabado Bolt Pro 2 extremely easy and intuitive to use. There are no complicated settings to figure out. Just press that button and start dabbing.

The “low” heating setting will heat your wax up to 680-690F, which is great for enhancing flavor. The “high” setting goes all the way up to 700-720F, which is idea for creating large clouds. There is a digital display screen that shows you the current temperature so you know exactly what to expect. The one problem that some of you may have with the Bolt Pro 2 is that there is no precision temp control. You can only choose from “low” and “high”. The good news is that these settings are perfectly optimized for either flavor or clouds, so you don’t have to spend a ton of time trying to figure out which setting to use.

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The Bolt Pro 2 is a definite upgrade compared to the original.

Appearance and manufacturing quality

The Dabado Bolt Pro 2 looks and feels very similar to the original Bolt Pro. The battery base is ergonomic and fits perfectly in my (average-sized) hand. The Bolt Pro 2 feels like a high-end, well-manufactured product. I dropped it a few times (without the glass) and didn’t notice any damage. This thing is solid.

The main difference between the Bolt Pro 2 and the original Bolt Pro is that this upgraded model features a digital display screen. You can really do much with it, but it does display the temperature which is extremely useful. Let’s be honest, once you take a monster dab hit it’s possible that you’ll forget what temperature you set this thing to, so it’s always good to have a reminder.

The Bolt Pro 2 also features a removable heating element. You most likely won’t have to worry about it, but if you do end up needing to replace it then it’s very easy.

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Everything that comes in the Bolt Pro 2 kit.

How long does the Bolt Pro 2 battery last?

The battery life is comparable to other similarly-priced dab rigs. You’ll get approximately 15 heat cycles before you need to recharge. Let’s be real: it’s highly unlikely that you’re going to take more than 15 hits off of a dab rig in one sitting, or even in one day. So the Bolt Pro 2 battery is going to be more than adequate for even the most hardcore dabbing enthusiast.


The Dabado Bolt Pro 2 is a worthy successor to the original Bolt Pro. If you already own an eRig from Dabado, I probably wouldn’t upgrade to this one just because the other products are already awesome and this one doesn’t bring enough new features to be worth an upgrade.

But if you’re looking to buy your first dab rig, this is definitely the one to go for. It’s better than the other products in the Dabado lineup. It’s ease of use, cool design, and high-quality performance makes the Bolt Pro 2 the only real choice when it comes to dab rigs in 2018.

The best place to buy the Bolt Pro 2 eNail kit is directly from Dabado.

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Best Marijuana Dispensaries in Las Vegas 2018

Essence Vegas

This dispensary features one of the most convenient locations for tourists who are staying on the strip. It’s located close to Las Vegas Blvd/Sahara, a very convenient central strip location.

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Essence marijuana dispensary

The Grove

4647 Swenson St, Las Vegas, NV 89119

Just a short Uber ride from the strip, The Grove is one of the most popular dispensaries in Vegas. Located on Swenson right across from UNLV, it’s conveniently located for both tourists and locals. The friendly staff is sure to help you find exactly what  you need, every time. You’ll most likely drive past this dispensary on your way from the airport to the strip, so it’s easy to stop to buy and get what you need.

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The Grove marijuana dispensary


3400 Western Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89109

Reef is one of the most modern-looking marijuana dispensaries in Las Vegas. The super-friendly staff (plus the awesome selection of merchandise) will be sure to want you coming back for more.

Reef marijuana dispensary

The Apothecary Shoppe

4240 W. Flamingo Rd. #100 Las Vegas, NV

This is one of the few pot dispensaries that was actually founded by real doctors. This dispensary features one-on-one private consultations, so no matter what you’re looking for this team of experts will be able to help you out.

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The Apothecary Shoppe dispensary

Is weed legal in Las Vegas?

Cannabis is completely legal for both medical and recreational customers as of July 1st, 2017. To buy recreational marijuana in Las Vegas, you’ll need to provide a government-issued ID (e.g. driver’s license, passport) showing that you are at least 21 years old and you’re good to go.

Can tourists buy weed in Las Vegas?


As long as you have an ID showing that you are at least 21 years old you can buy weed. Even if you are a tourist from a state or country where cannabis is illegal, you are still able to buy recreational marijuana in Las Vegas (or anywhere else in Nevada).

What types of weed do they sell in Las Vegas?

Las Vegas marijuana dispensaries sell a wide variety of products. Of course they sell dry herb in different sizes (e.g. 1/8, 1oz, 1/4, etc.) for vaping or smoking, pre-rolled joints, edibles (THC and CBD edibles), vape oil (THC oil and CBD oil), pre-filled vape pens, wax for dabbing, accessories, and more.

Do you need a medical marijuana card to buy weed in Vegas?

No. Recreational marijuana is legal for everyone over 21. If you are a medical patient with a valid medical card (whether from Nevada or out of state) you can buy a larger quantity of weed and you’ll pay less in taxes.

Where can I smoke or vape weed in Las Vegas?

Here’s where things get weird.

It’s technically illegal to consume marijuana in Nevada anywhere other than a private residence. This means that you aren’t legally allowed to light up in your hotel room. Unless you’re a Vegas local, visiting a local, or renting from an open-minded AirBnB, there is nowhere where you can legally enjoy the cannabis that you just legally bought.

The good thing is that Las Vegas Metro PD is very lenient on marijuana use. As long as you are somewhat discreet and aren’t doing anything stupid to bring attention to yourself, they’ll turn a blind eye to smoking or vaping the reefer.

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