Posted on May 19 2013
We previously featured the Wizvape Vaporizer in the article Hot or Not? The Wizvape Portable Electronic Vaporizer and have been patiently waiting to learn more about this unique product. Other than a brief intro video released back in October of last year, details have been very sparse. With the recent release of a new teaser video and corresponding announcement of a June 28, 2013 ship date in the video's description, we can finally say our thirst has been quenched (for the moment at least).
Now being billed as the Wizvape PX1, the video offer viewers a glimpse of the sleek packaging, accessories and the product in use with both herbs and concentrates. Possibly the most unique aspect of this vape is the StirHeat™ mixing system, which "quickly and efficiently stirs and transfers heat throughout the contents while you vape". You can see this feature in action at 1:04 in the video, but it appears to be just turning the contents instead of stirring/mixing them. We are curious to see if this turns out to be a true innovation that will become more commonplace on future vaporizers, or just a gimmick. Check out the new Wizvape video below and see for yourself:
With a few other highly anticipated vaporizers being release in the near future, there will be no shortage of competition for the Wizvape to contend with. There seems to be a lot of people hoping (us included) this product will perform at a level that equals or exceeds the top portable vaporizers that are currently available. If the Wizvape performs and the army vaporizer reviewers/critics give it the thumbs up, it could very well be a force to be reckoned with.
Wizvape also mentioned in the video description that a new website would be launching on May 18 with more information and pre-order specials. We will keep you posted here on V8PE.com if we find anything else out you need to know. Stay tuned by joining our mailing list, subscribing to our RSS feed, following us on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr or Pinterest.
How do you think the Wizvape is shaping up? Will the StirHeat™ feature be revolutionary or meh? Don't be shy, let us know what you think in the comments.