Convection VS Conduction
At NamateVapes we're inclined to lean towards vaporizers that use Convection to heat your herb rather than conduction mainly because it allows for a more even heating of the substance as well as more accurate temperature control. Convection means that the substance is heated to optimum vaporisation temperature using a gas or liquid - in most cases it is forced air with the use of an electric fan. This method of vaporisation is used in both the Volcano Digital and Classic models and also in the Arizer Extreme Q. Conduction however, heats your herb through direct contact with the heat source which definitely has it's advantages such as quicker heat times and less complicated designs as well as price!
Need Some Help Deciding?
Feel free to ask for advice, were here most days and always glad to talk. Desktop Vaporisers in general are very efficient at producing vapor. Most desktop vaporizers utilize a whip system that allows the user to inhale the vapor through a vinyl or silicone tubing, while other models employ an advanced forced-air system which allow inhalation of vapour in a balloon.
The most versatile desktop vaporizers are designed to allow the user to switch between whip-style and forced-air. If you're not sure what option is best for you, we recommend trying out the NamasteVapes™ Vapor Guide to help you narrow down your options. You can also Contact Namaste Vapes and our helpful team by phone, e-mail or through the live chat window below.