VaporBlunt 2.0 Vaporizer Detailed Review

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VaporBlunt 2.0 vaporizer review


The VaporBlunt 2.0 has one of the bluntest names in all of vaporizers. But in all reality, this is a really high quality product.

VaporBlunt 2.0 Vaporizer Speed Review

We know not everybody has time to read our full reviews. So here is a quick category by category breakdown of the VaporBlunt 2.0 Vaporizer followed by a quick synopsis.

  • Dry Herb Vapor Quality – 90%
  • Size & Portability – 91%
  • Price – 80%
  • Build Quality/Sturdiness – 87%
  • Overall Rating: 87%

The Vapor Blunt 2.0 is one of the newer dry herb portable models in the $200 to $300 price range. It’s legit but has a few small shortcomings.

VaporBlunt came out with a decent vaporizer in the past, but it had a few problems that made us concerned about the company’s future in the industry. Now, with a completely redesigned vaporizer, the VaporBlunt is back in a 2.0 version. But is it better than ever? Read on to see what our thoughts were.


This is not a very discreet vaporizer, as it doesn’t try to disguise itself as anything else. We’ve seen inhaler vaporizers, ones shaped like walkie talkies and just very incognito portable vapes. But the VaporBlunt sort of looks like half a flashlight, and anyone seeing you take a puff from it is probably going to be able to guess what it is.

That said, it’s a sleek and appealing unit. We like the design, but you won’t be fooling anyone with it. We also like the addition of the charging stand. Too many portable vaporizers won’t let you stand the unit up, even when it is charging. That makes it a problem for people who like to rest their vaporizers on the table and treat them like a desktop vape from time to time. But the VaporBlunt allows you to do just that, so we appreciate the design choice there.


The package for this comes with everything you need to start vaping, except a USB or car charger. Instead, you have to settle for a wall adapter. But it’s a portable unit, so that’s not a deal breaker by any means.

The vaporizer comes with five different temperature settings, so you can customize your heat to the level you like. And it only takes about a minute and half to heat up completely, no matter what temperature setting you chose.

The unit also shuts off by itself after about 12 minutes on non-use. So if you are the kind of person who zones out after a vaping session you won’t have to worry about your battery dying out on you or your unit creating a fire hazard.  This should be a standard feature in every vaporizer at this point, but sadly it is not.

The VaporBlunt 2.0 also works with oils and concentrates, not just herbs. You will have to heat up the oil/concentrate chamber first before you put it into the unit though, otherwise it won’t fit.


This vape produces some seriously nice vapor. It is thick and plentiful, and it is some of the best in the industry. That’s when you use the herbs. If you are using oils or concentrates, however, vapor production isn’t quite as good. It seems to have some problem heating up some of what is in the chamber. This can be true for herbs as well if you don’t pack the chamber tight and grind up your herbs first. Once you get it to work, it works well, but if you plan to use this primarily with oils or concentrates, you might be disappointed.

The vaporizer also comes with a water filter. This provides some really great rips that are crisp and clean and accentuate the taste. You don’t see an accessory like this with every vaporizer, so it may be a nice bonus for those who want something a bit different.

Pros and Cons of the Vaporizer


  • Great vapor production
  • Accommodates herbs, oils and concentrates
  • Adjustable temperature
  • Auto shutoff feature
  • Can stand while charging

  • Vapor production takes a hit if you aren’t using the herb chamber just right
  • High price point
  • Not very discreet


You will pay anywhere from $230 to $300 for this vaporizer. The price discrepancy probably comes from the fact that this is one of the more expensive portable vapes on the market. We understand that when you have a portable vape that works with more than just herbs you are justified in charging a bit more. But the device doesn’t really work well with anything beyond herbs, so we can see why some people are trying to cut the price on it.

As with any portable vaporizer, though, just be sure you are buying it from an authorized dealer. You don’t want a cheap knockoff with low-quality parts.

We like the VaporBlunt 2.0, and we appreciate the progress the company has made on its own product. But it’s not our go-to vape for oils and concentrates and we wouldn’t recommend it to anyone wanting to use it for that purpose. Other than that, though, it’s a solid vaporizer that is going to last you for a while.


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