The world of vaporizers is vast and varied, with so many different models that excel at different things, are marketed for different crowds, and made different key aspects in mind. You could spend an eternity trying to get to know them all, and you’d never know for sure which is the absolute best for you and your needs. Some of the giant brand names in the business surely have the best dry herb vaporizers locked in, but vapes are like cars. You don’t by any means require a Porsche to survive when you can get an old Honda Civic that does the job just as well, but that doesn’t mean people don’t want a bit more from their vehicle when they can afford it. It’s the same for vapes; you don’t need that fancy DaVinci IQ or Storz and Bickel’s Crafty. It isn’t too difficult to find quality products at a third of the cost of these.
Lots of competition in the market of herb vaporizers means that, yes, the market has gotten a bit saturated with a lot of cheaply made devices that don’t do a good job. Still, there are also plenty of innovative, young companies out there that have designed some of the best dry herb vaporizers someone could hope for under 100 dollars.
The first example that comes to mind off the top of my head is the Boundless CFC. This little guy for only 90$ features some of the best things you could hope to see in a modern-day dry herb vaporizer. It’s super small and fits so easily in your pocket you might even forget it’s there. Of course, it doesn’t look super elegant considering it’s entirely made of plastic, but it is medical grade plastic, making it super safe to use even at the highest temperatures. It also has a small digital display to show you the temperature it’s at since you can also set it to whatever pinpoint temperature you’d like. That’s a scarce thing to see in a vape less than 200$. Others out there can offer a more diligent focus on certain aspects, but the CFC really does a good job creating a well-rounded inexpensive vape.