There's no better way to take advantage of the beautiful summertime weather than finding a great spot to soak up the sun with your favorite portable vaporizer! No matter where you live, it's always fun to grab your backpack and hit the road on a little summer excursion in search of the perfect vape spot.
With that said, we've come up with a few tips to help you leave the stress behind and ensure your outdoor vape sessions go off without a hitch this summer.
This is a no-brainer, but also incredibly easy to overlook. There's nothing worse than grabbing all your gear and hitting the road, only to realize you forgot to throw your vape on the charger after the previous night's session. We recommend charging first thing in the morning, so that by the time you're ready to head outside and enjoy the day, you're all juiced-up. Avoid over-charging your vaporizer, as overall battery life can actually diminish if left on the charger for too long (which is why we don't recommend charging over night).
Many of the newest portable vaporizer models utilize lithium-ion batteries that can be removed and charged outside of the unit, allowing you to purchase an additional battery that you can always keep fully charged and ready to go. USB and car chargers are also great for making sure you don't unexpectedly run out of juice.
Even the most durable portable vaporizers can be prone to breakage if they're not properly protected during transit. While it may seem like just another cost to incur, purchasing a case for your vape is the best thing you could possibly do to protect your investment. We all know that dexterity can sometimes suffer after a big vape session, so you don't want to leave anything to chance. Just like you wouldn't buy a brand new phone and not protect it with a case, that same approach should be taken with your vape.
A case won't just keep your unit intact, it will also help protect it from wear and tear and keep it looking nice and free from scratches and dings. With specially designed cases for most popular portable vaporizers, it's easier than ever to keep your unit as nice as the day you bought it.
It's always a good idea to keep a couple backup accessories, especially if your vape uses a glass draw-stem, which are prone to breakage during travel. Additional accessories are relativity inexpensive, so you won't have to break the bank. Extra screens and mouthpieces are a great thing to have in reserve, as it's always better to have them and not need them, then to need them and not have them. If you're more into wax pens that herbal vaporizers, then you know that having backup atomizers on deck is a must.
Much like a vape case, purchasing additional parts and accessories can seem like just an extra expense to incur, but you'll almost certainly need that at some point, so it's best not to wait until something breaks before purchasing a backup.