Honey Stick Stinger Review – Great Experience Guaranteed


by Thanush Poulsen

Updated: January 13, 2021

Honey Stick Stinger desktop

Review Score: 92/100

Price Range:
L 132.5mm D 19.5mm
Atomizer Resistance:
0.8 ohm
Heating Element:
100% Ceramic
Battery Capacity:
1100 mAh
Works with:
  • Wax icon


  • Compatible with Concentrate and Wax
  • Strong 1100mAh Battery
  • All Ceramic Coils

Starting Price: $ 69.00

Do not get fooled, behind its normal appearance; the Honey Stick Stinger hides a powerful battery and great technology. It is described as one of the best ceramic sub-ohm devices, which is not random. Ideal for concentrates and wax, it features a highly effective ceramic heating chamber, which produces pure vapor while ensuring pure flavor.

Combined with a strong battery, the only Stick Stinger is a tough contender in the category and a great supplier of quality vapors and enjoyable extended vaping sessions.

Honey Stick Stinger Review – Releasing the Bee

Honey Stick Stinger desktop

The Box: The Honey Stick Stinger comes in a small and compact box, very simple looking but it does the job. To be honest, we have seen more elegant boxes.

What is Included in the box

    1x 1100mAH battery
    1x Stinger Ceramic atomizer
    1x Dabbing Tool
    1x USB Cable
    1x User Manual

Love at First Sight

Despite the box, we loved the device size and look. We noticed directly that the pen was well-built with great attention to detail. Sleek, it looks and feels solid, and is very smooth to hold in hand.

With less than 400g and 132.5mm (L) x 19.5mm (D), the device is very sleek and light. Even if we find it a bit thicker than most of the pens on the market, it did not bother us. We tried also carrying it in our pockets and bags, and there was no problem with it. The Honey Stick fits smoothly.

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Specs and Features

In general, we love ceramic chambers, and they make a significant difference in the vapor quality. Combined with a strong battery, it becomes unstoppable. Moreover, the Honey Stick Stinger features these two, which is awesome.

Another great thing about the Stinger is that it has been designed for thick oil and concentrates, and can transform them into tasty vapor. The mouthpiece comes with a safety mesh screen, which is cool and convenient since a lot can happen when we carry our vaporizers in our pockets or bags.


Powered by a strong 1100mAh Battery, the Stinger is a competitor that supports the ceramic chambers, to offer the best vapor quality at each session. It took us about 2-4 hours to fully charge it, which is quick enough and it gave us at least 10-15 sessions before the battery ran low. Not bad at all.

Testing the Dab Wax Pen

This is always the part we are looking forward to, even if this time we were approaching the bees nest hoping not to get stung.

Our experience

The Stinger is extremely simple to use. We simply had to remove the mouthpiece by unscrewing it from the top and loaded our concentrate into the chamber using the dab tool. The tank could easily hold up to 2 ml/g concentrate, but we only filled the 3/4th of it. By the way, the mouthpiece has a nice mesh screen, which helps filling it in easily.

After screwing back the mouthpiece, simply press the unique button and start drawing once the light turns green. For the occasion, we used flavored honey concentrate, and we enjoyed the full flavor; however, it did not last long. Only the first 3-5 draws were very tasty then the flavor started to decrease. It still gave us smooth draws and a great vapor, despite its size.

Our test was as straightforward, just like the design and our whole experience. Very easy, quick and straight to the point. Perfect to use on the go.

How to clean the Stinger?

As straightforward as using the device, the Stinger is extremely easy to clean. We simply unscrewed the mouthpiece to reveal the chamber, and cleaned it using q-tip and alcohol, cleaning wipes or even simply a cloth.

Honey Stick Stinger Specification

Dimensions: L 132.5mm D 19.5mm
Atomizer Resistance: 0.8 ohm
Heating Element: 100% Ceramic
Battery Capacity: 1100mAh
Charging time: 2-4 hours
Battery output: 10-30W

Pros and Cons

Our Pros and Cons: It does not happen often. Therefore it is worth mentioning it: we have no Cons! We tried to be picky and find something negative to write about the Stinger, but there is simply nothing. The device is so simple to use and efficient… So here is what we preferred:

  • Compatible with Concentrate and Wax
  • Strong 1100mAh Battery
  • All Ceramic Coils

Atmos Jump Vs. Honey Stick Stinger

Quite similar to the Stinger, the Atmos Jump features a slightly more powerful battery (1200mAh). It offers a great vaping experience, durability, and a decent battery life.

However, the key difference between both devices is the Jump carbon fiber body, which makes it a strong and well-built candidate in the category. It also has a high-quality rubber mouthpiece that comes out easily.

The Stinger and the Atmos Jump both share the same chamber capacity, which also means quality vapor and consistency.

Two pretty similar devices in several aspects, although we have a slight preference for the Honey Stick Stinger more simplified and efficient. A true pocket vaporizer.

Our Conclusion

We had a very pleasant impression after testing the Honey Stick Stinger. We were impressed with what the little device had to offer. It is a small but powerful vape pen, featuring a quality heating system made out of ceramic and powered by a strong battery.

The Honey Stick Stinger is not only compact but also stylish and elegant, and produces a pure vapor. It should satisfy everyone. However, it would be a perfect fit for those starting in the Vaping World.

Published: October 31, 2017Updated: January 13, 2021

Thanush Poulsen

Being a regular Sweden student, I discovered innovative ways of living healthier. And with my very first e-cigarette, I’ve got obsessed with all things digital. So vaping collided my interests in electronics, science, and health. I enjoy bringing people into the world of vaping through my reviews, guides, and best-of lists.


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