Niicetech is a UK based hemp brand that focuses their efforts on creating the greatest technology for vaping fans.
Innovation is at the heart of their operation, trying to blast out the way all the cheaply built options flooding the market and offering something powerful and technologically advanced so you won’t keep swapping each time your vaporizer breaks or falls short on quality.
I’ve been offered the opportunity to test out their portable vaporizer, ideal for flowers and concentrates.
Why Should I Use This Instead Of A Cheaper Alternative?
For a start, this is a dual-use vaporizer, meaning you can easily switch between dry herbs and concentrates with no issues. This means it offers a mix of convection heating and additional conduction.
The product contains a medical grade stainless steel dual oven, preventing any metals or plastics touching the herbs or contaminating the flavour at all. The Niiceone also features touch screen temperature control, which is simply incredibly cool!
Another factor is the safety quality. There are a number of low quality options flooding the market from China which have had faulty batteries that can cause serious injuries. However, the Niiceone is a piece of technological magic, setting the standards for the future of vapes.
The Niiceone is the perfect option for someone looking to upgrade their vaporiser for a top quality experience, with the body made from a single sheet of brushed aluminium.
How Strong Is The Battery?
They use a powerful 2,680 mAh lithium-ion battery with long life technology, meaning it’s capable of heating up the oven incredibly quickly (we’re living in the future guys).
Make sure not to throw away the box once you get out the vaporizer and heads (as I almost did), underneath is a compartment where the cleaning equipment is kept. It’s important to keep your vaporizer clean if you want it to last a long time.
The cleaning equipment includes a cleaning knife, 5 pipe cleaners and a cleaning brush.
What’s The Difference Between The Mouthpieces?
You will find in the pack a spare raised mouthpiece, with a spare concentration oven attached, as well as the flat mouth piece, in case you prefer this to the already attached raised mouthpiece.
The reality is that they won’t offer a different level of performance, they’re simply providing you with two options so you can use the one that feels most comfortable for you.
How Do I Use The Niiceone Portable Vaporiser?
Turn the vaporiser on by pressing the button on the side three times in a quick succession. You should then feel the machine vibrate and the logo pops up on the screen, before it then spells out ‘hello’.
You will then see on the screen the battery life, as well as the vaping mode, which can be easily changed. You hold your finger on the screen for a couple of seconds before the screen changes to two options, dry herb or extract mode.
Next you will want to go onto the vaporizor settings, which is achieved by swiping down on the screen. Here, you will be able to switch between either Fahrenheit or Celsius (being from the UK, I’ll naturally choose Celsius). From the settings, you can also turn off the vibrations.
When looking at the screen at a normal point, you should see a temperature. This can be changed by tapping the up or down arrows. The maximum temperature is 235 Celsius. There are 100 intelligent temperature settings, so I still have plenty more to explore over the next few weeks!
When you’re ready to enjoy the Niiceone, you should then hold the firing button (located on the side) for three seconds, which will instigate it to start heating up the oven.
This is where it gets really impressive, going from zero to full temperature in just 60 seconds, while the vapour can be produced after only 15 seconds. Once it is ready to vape, the Niiceone will vibrate and the buttons on the side will go from orange to blue.
Where Can I Buy This From?
You can order the Niicetech Niiceone portable vaporizer from their website for £81, making it the leading option for under £100. They offer same day shipping for orders made before 1pm on weekdays, delivered in the UK via DPD. If you’re based in the EU, then they can deliver via tracked standard shipping, using the Royal Mail, with a shipping fee of £14.