5 Noteworthy Vaporizers To Suit Every Style

Smoking is dead: long live vaping.

Simple, odor-free, better for you, and cheaper all the time, vaporizers are a clear choice for many cannabis consumers. The only question: which model suits your personal style?

For the minimalist aficionado: Pax 2

The Pax 2 isn't just a slicker, smaller, better-looking version of the original Pax: it's one of the best on the market today. A small vent replaces the original Pax's finicky retractable mouthpiece, a redesigned/larger bowl makes it easier to clean, and a USB-based charging system gets the lithium ion battery ready to roll in a couple of hours. Also: a 10-year warranty is a nice touch when you're spending $359(!). Available in black, topaz, red and silver via the Pax site.

For quality on a budget: PuffCo Pro

More into maximum bang for your buck rather than making some fancy aesthetic statement? PuffCo Pro is an easy-to-use vape pen without any flashy add-ons. Users dig the roomy, easy-to-load chamber and the abundance of clean-tasting hits. Comes in basic black with three temperature settings, full atomizer set, charger, and carrying case at a price that won't break the bank: $79.99 on the PuffCo Pro shop.

For the confirmed homebody: Arizer Extreme Q

If a night on the couch with a cold microbrew and some killer documentaries is more your jam, a vape that prioritizes portability might not be what you're looking for. This desktop model offers not only a cool Star Trek vibe, but greater precision and sophistication than tinier options. The Arizer Q is generally agreed to be one of the best combination models: turn the fan to fill a balloon bag, or feed the vapor automatically through the vaporizer whip. Super hi-tech. Only $199 from Vapornation.

For the over-the-top glamazon: Crystal Cult

Cystal Cult's hallmark hand-set pearls, beads, and Swarovski crystals appeal to your inner Miley Cyrus. Warning: as you can see, these are more Instagram-worthy than stealth. You're definitely not going to fly under the radar hauling out the Kush Queen. But if you crave a little Lisa Frank-style visual drama in your vaping experience, these win on the style file - hands down. $118-199 via the Crystal Cult site.

For the rugged, outdoorsy type: The Firefly

The Firefly appeals those who held on to that Nokia flip-phone five years longer than anyone else because, "it just feels more solid." On the market since 2013, these portable, rock-solid vapes continue to shine on the durability front. The heavy-duty, lithium-ion battery charges in just 45 minutes (a huge plus for fans of spur-of-the-moment excursions). Get your glow on: $269.95 from the Firefly site.

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The New York Cannabis Film Festival returned to Brooklyn this past weekend for its fourth annual installment, this time at the venerable Bushwick arts venue House of Yes. Presented by cannabis community and events platform High NY, the film festival featured not only comedy and adventure on its programming, but also several documentary films tackling political and social issues around cannabis legalization — and reminding us how far the movement has come, and how much further it has yet to go. “Our mission here is to use media to normalize cannabis,” said Michael Zaytsev (a.k.a.

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