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Enjoy The Ultimate Indulgence With A Dry Herb Vape From Vaper Choice Australia

If you’re looking for a deeper, flavourful experience and extract a full array of therapeutic effects from your flower, a vaporiser is the ideal tool you can have in your kit. Score the best model at Vaper Choice and explore an expansive collection of portable devices and accessories to build the setup of your dreams.

Get The Most Out Of Your Flower With A High-Performance Dry Herb Vaporiser

Whether you’re a casual vaper or a connoisseur on the hunt for the next best thing, you can choose from the leading brands of dry herb vaporisers, including Airistech, Boundless, DotMod, FlowerMate and XMAX, to give you a reliable and satisfying experience every time.

From portable vaporisers for dry herbs to bubblers that cool down vapour, grinders and a suite of other accessories, you’ll find everything you need at Vaper Choice to capture every terpene and compound to spoil your palate with your flower’s full effects.

Puff On Maximum Flavour And Smooth Hits With Our New Arrival Dry Herb Vaporisers

It’s cool, it’s healthy, and packs more punch than ever. We’re talking about using dry herb vapes to get your kick of bud, and herb lovers all over the world agree that it is one of the best ways to do it. While smoking is undoubtedly accessible and can be done anywhere, using dry herb vapes is superior in many ways.

Why Vape When You Can Smoke?

Unlike smoking, using dry herb vapes means you’re not drawing smoke into your lungs, but water vapour and a few other natural compounds. Thus, it is much healthier.

An excellent dry herb vape also releases much more of this “good stuff” than smoking and delivers a more powerful punch, so much so that beginners are frequently advised to take it easy between draws. And, with less odour and little smoke, you can do it almost anywhere without getting detected. Sounds great, right?

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Dry herb vapes work by vaporising the active chemical oils in the bud, which you draw in, much like an e-cig. However, in this case, they are specifically designed to work with dried, ground herbs instead of juice or cartridges.

There are two ways of vaporising the herb: conduction uses a hot plate to heat the bud up, while convection uses hot air instead of direct heat. The latter is preferred as it does not alter the taste or cause charring of the bud.

Where Do I Get A Dry Herb Vape In Sydney?

By now, you should already know that dry herb vaping is the way to go. And you can now get your dry herb vape at the Vaper Choice online store in Australia with delivery countrywide. You get to shop around and choose among the world’s best dry herb vape brands at affordable prices.

If you haven’t tried dry herb vaping, you’re missing out. For the aficionados out there, order from our store today and check out our sale section to complete your setup at competitive prices. If you need help choosing the right device to match your needs, feel free to reach out, and our friendly team can provide some helpful recommendations.


What is a dry herb vaporiser?

Vaporisers for dry herbs are devices that use convection or conduction currents to vaporise your flower without burning it. With exceptional temperature control, you can sample its full range of nuanced flavours and experience its sensory effects for longer.

What types of dry herb vaporisers are available?

Portable vaporisers are the most popular choice, giving you a battery-powered handheld device that allows you to consume your herb on the go. With a compact size and an almost odourless experience, they offer a discreet use that makes it easy to stealthily vape. On the other hand, desktop vaporisers are large units requiring continuous power. With bigger chambers and controls that enable you to vape at higher temperatures, you can experience your flower on a higher dimension.

What temperature should I set my vaporiser to?

It depends on how stimulated you want to feel. People new to vaporisers for dry herbs will want to start at lower temperatures (160 – 179°C) to get acclimated, while more adept users can opt for higher heats (180 – 220°C) to target various terpenes and compounds of your strain. Some include Beta Caryophyllene (165°C), Linalool (198°C) and Phytol (204°C).

Can I use concentrates or oils in a dry herb vaporiser?

Yes, if your device is compatible with an adaptor — otherwise, we recommend using dedicated oil vapes.

How do I clean and maintain my dry herb vape?

  1. Empty your dry herb vaporiser’s chamber and wick away debris with a small pin or brush while paying careful attention to hard-to-reach corners.
  1. Soak the filter in warm, soapy water or isopropyl alcohol and wipe the internal chamber and mouthpiece with the same solution.
  1. Allow it to air dry before reassembling the pieces.

Clean your vape after every use, and to help maintain your device’s operability, we recommend not overpacking the chamber.

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