Whip-style vaping is a popular inhalation method in which the user draws vapor through a rubber tube (known as a whip) with a mouthpiece and wand connector on either end. Vaporizer whips are generally used with desktop vaporizers. They extend the vapor path to give vapor more time to cool off, resulting in smoother hits. They come in a variety of materials, even colors, and can usually be customized with different mouthpieces and wands depending on your preference.
A vaporizer whip is made of food grade tubing, which can come in different varieties of rubber. As grime builds up on this tubing over time, it's recommended that your vaporizer whip is replaced every three to four months to keep your vapor production pure, and your vaporizer performance optimal. Vaporizer whip mouthpieces and wands are usually made out of glass. The inert character of glass helps preserve the flavor and aroma of vapor as it travels down the vapor path.