The Utillian 5 is a portable wax vaporizer with a unique airflow adjuster, allowing you to produce vapor at your liking. Powered by 1050mAh battery, the device may be larger than conventional wax pens, but it fits perfectly in a pocket and can last even three times longer. Moreover, the simple vape can hold up to 0.3 grams of concentrate and comes with two different atomizers to suit your vaping needs.
The Utillian 5 comes from the same company that produces the sturdy Utillian 722 and a smaller wax pen, the Utillian 2 among others. Made in China like most electronics, Utillian vaporizers have good built quality comparable to any vaporizer in the market, and it is also affordable.
The airflow ring allows you to satisfy your vaporizing needs. If you want a bigger cloud and tastier vapor, opt for less airflow. On the other hand, you can have less draw resistance and vape freely when you let in more airflow. Seen in the DaVinci IQ2; this feature is rare in vaporizers but does a lot of wonder to your vapor.
The Utillian 5 has ceramic heating chambers, and it comes with two different coils wrapped around a black ceramic rod. The Twisted Kanthal coil has superior wicking, suitable for a small or big load. Meanwhile, the Triple Titanium coil is porous, allowing you wax to wick, rather than slip off the reels. Therefore, suitable for bigger loads. The device can hold up to 0.3g of waxes at a time. However, please do not overpack as it will not vaporize efficiently.
The simple device features a one-button operation that turns the device on/off, and you can switch from the four settings with a double-tap. As the indicator light up to your preferred setting, press and hold the button to heat up. The lower two settings produce a tastier vapor while the higher ones produce a denser cloud. The settings are:
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What’s in the Box?
- 1x Utillian 5
- 1x Dual Twisted Kanthal Black Ceramic Coil
- 1x Triple Titanium Black Ceramic Coil
- 2x O-Rings
- 1x USB Charging Cable
- 1x Packing Tool
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