The Ins and Outs of the Wispr Vaporizer 2
The Wispr is the improved version of the Iolite v2 by Oglesby and Butler. The Wispr is powered by butane, which gives you the freedom to go wherever you want without having to worry about batteries running flat.
The Wispr 2 has a valve for butane at the bottom of the unit. You will need to shake the can of butane and then insert the nozzle into the valve. Push the can and hold it for a couple of seconds. You will need to repeat this until a little butane runs out or you can check the gauge under a light.
The Wispr 2 uses a button instead of a switch. Once you have pressed the button, the unit will begin to heat up and the LED light will go orange.
The heating chamber is attached to the mouthpiece. When the vaporizer is heated, pull the heating chamber out, load your herbs and put it back. The indicator light will start to go and off so that it stays at a constant temperature.
The Wispr 2 heats to 210 degrees Celsius, which is perfect temperature to vaporize at. The density of the vapor will depend on the strength and the speed at which you take draws.
With a more constant temperature you are able to get a good vapor quality. The higher temperature means that the vapor is denser and smoother.
The Wispr 2 can easily fit in your pocket and is easy to hold. The drawing stem can be folded down to create a compact vaporizer. A full tank of butane will last for about 2 hours for continuous use. There is an inset window so you can see the level of butane left.
The look of this vaporizer is appealing and it comes in a number of colours.
The Wispr 2 is easy to use as you just need to press the button and wait less than a minute for it to heat up and it takes just seconds to fill it with butane.
The Wispr 2 is a good-looking unit that is easy to use. It folds away and can slip into your pocket for discreetness. You will never have to worry about charging it, as you just need some butane. The vapor quality is good and it heats up fast. Overall the Wispr 2 is a good vaporizer for your dry herbs.