Vape dry herbs and waxes equally well with the impressive Honeystick Oz-Ohm tank. A Pyrex glass tube, ceramic bowl, and low and slow heating make for an exceptionally intense vape. It fits onto any 510 thread battery that has variable wattage control up to 28W.
This kit comes with the 0.5 Ohm atomizer, two mesh screens, two silicone mouthpieces, and two silicone o-rings, as well as wicks for concentrates. For a cool vapor, the body is made out of Pyrex glass.
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Vaporizer Vape Tank
Finding a sub-Ohm tank that can handle both dry herbs and concentrates equally well is no easy task. Inevitably, the quality of one is sacrificed for the other. Not in the case of the Oz-Ohm dry herb tank from Honeystick.
Thanks to some features like the ceramic heating bowl and a heating element that is never exposed make for clean tasting and accurate flavors. With this tank, any battery becomes a go-to dry herb or wax vaporizer for sub-Ohm vaping. With a very simple, yet effective design, this tank can take dry herb vaping into another realm with its ability to extract flavor with a low and slow heating approach.
Build Quality of Oz-Ohm Dry Herb Vape Tank
Made with an outer glass Pyrex body, it has a ceramic heating bowl that encases the 0.5-ohm coil which is made from nickel.
Keeping the heating coil encased is essential to have it perform the way it does in terms of flavor.
There is a wire mesh filter about the chamber so the herb or wax does not come out into the mouthpiece. Two rubber gaskets help keep the glass firmly in place, but also allow it to be easily removed. These will eventually break down and lose their grip, so there are two spare ones that come with the kit.
How to Use
- The first thing to make sure of, is that the battery has a 510 thread connection.
- Secondly, the battery should have a variable wattage feature. Since the Oz-Ohm has a wattage range of 15W to 28W, it is important to make sure it can be set accordingly. A vape over the 28W range will not only potentially combust the herb used, but it will definitely burn out the coils needlessly.
- Once the battery to be used is established, it just screws right into the body and is ready to use.
There are two different mouthpieces to pick from. A silicone one and the already assembled stainless steel one. When vaping at the higher wattage, and if doing some chain vaping, the stainless steel mouthpiece could end up getting a bit hot, in which case the silicone one is probably the better option.
With Dry Herbs
The dry herb should be just picked apart and does not need to be too finely ground. As long as it is not packed into the chamber, it will heat evenly. The ceramic chamber, filled to its optimum level of ⅔ of the way to the top, will provide 3 or 4 long draws before needed to be refilled.
Turn the vaporizer on and then press the fire button for 5 seconds or so before taking a draw. Ceramic chambers tend to heat slowly when they are first turned on. Then take a draw and that is it.
Wax Concentrate Vaping
All the same principles apply for vaping with a wax or dab as with the dry herb. Once the glass body is removed, it is easy to fill the chamber. Simply take the dabbing tool and apply it to the ceramic bowl. Spread it around so it melts fast and will vape quickly even at a lower temperature.
The ceramic bowl takes a few seconds to heat up, so give it about five seconds or so before inhaling. All the nuances of the concentrate come through accurately with full flavors.
The Oz-Ohm vs Analogies
Mr. Bald T
Though this smart looking tank can vape both dry herb and wax concentrates, it works best for wax and dab.
The problem is that the oven or heating chamber is too open and doesn’t evenly heat the herb so the flavors are not quite there like the Oz-Ohm provides.
Mig Vapor Sub Herb Black
This is one of the best herb/wax tanks on the market. Like the Oz-Ohm it is 510 threaded so it can fit onto any battery that has a 510 connection and variable wattage. There are two differences, though. One is that the lower end of the wattage starts at 17W so it automatically has to be a higher wattage than the Oz-Ohm for those that like to vape at low W.
Another, possibly more important factor, is the higher price point. Vaping dry herb or wax at a lower price with the Oz-Ohm is very attractive since the performance is almost as good.
Oz-Ohm Dry Herb Vape Tank Specifications
|Oz-Ohm Dry Herb Vape Tank|
|Atomizer Capacity:||0.5 Ohm|
|Size:||7'62 cm x 9'53 cm x 3'81 cm|
|Operating Range:||15-28 W|
|Heating Element:||Ceramic Plate|
Pros & Cons
- Great Price
- One of the best 2 in 1 tanks for flavor from herb or wax
- Ceramic heating bowl heats evenly
- Fits any 510 thread connection battery
- Vapes up to 28W
- Takes a few seconds to heat up
- Automatic 10 seconds shut off means short initial draws
Who is the Oz-Ohm For?
Vapers who are all about the flavor will love the Oz-Ohm tank. It performs close to the top of the list of best 2 in 1 vape tanks when it comes to how much flavor can be had. People that are not looking to stealth vape and want to have some fun with clouds while dry herb vaping will also enjoy the vapor production.
The versatility adds to the appeal since it can work with so many different batteries.
Then, the price is very wallet friendly. An affordable 2 in 1 tank doesn’t need to actually feel cheap. It’s nice when there are budget options that do not try to offer sub-par performance and try to justify it by the low price. Honeystick gives vapers plenty to love without having to spend a lot of money with the Oz-Ohm.