Yet, the "juice" or chemical concentrates have raised concerns from some who want to know precisely what they are puffing. Does the future still have room for smokers who scorch plant matter? Enter the Firefly: a stylish, compact, efficient means of torching tobacco (or other leaves of your choice.)
According to gizmodo.com, the Firefly vaporizer is a portable convection piece with an easily-loaded bowl chamber beneath a magnetic face. A high-tech heating unit warms your leaves just enough to release their precious chemicals (but not enough to make them combust, allowing you to bypass the inhalation of any burned byproducts.)
The Firefly is powered by a lithium-ion battery that is good for fifty hits on a 45-minute charge. Pressing the power button immediately heats the material in the chamber, which has a glass viewing port on top to allow for visibility of all that sweet vape. The heat maxes out at 400 degrees Fahrenheit, so you never need to worry you're actually burning the bowl (there's boring, old-school pipes for that.)
For $270, you too can hit it up. We've come a long way from the corncob configurations. There are some habits even the future can't kill...technology just makes them safer and more satisfying.
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