Wispr Vaporizer Popularity Spreading Like Wildfire

In recent months, the Wispr Vaporizer has been gaining some serious PR ground as more people try it. Many are calling it the best the all around best portable vaporizer. Some would even call it the best vaporizer (that’s a stretch for me). Recently, totally out of the blue, a ton of new high profile publications have published very short vaporizer reviews about the wispr.


This is sort of strange because the wispr came out months ago. The following publications posted a short blurb about the wispr vaporizer within the last month:
5.Global trends
7.The Dieline (a website dedicated to product packaging design).
8. New York Times (was an article about vaporizers in general but it specifically mentioned the WISPR)

Now there is a chance that Wispr is putting on a significant marketing campaign in anticipation for the very important holiday shopping season but I’m thinking that the word is just getting out about how great a vaporizer it is. I was sort of shocked that the popularity didn’t explode earlier given the quality of the Wispr.
Each website basically posted a picture of it, and a blurb talking about how it’s the new cool portable vaporizer with a super cool design. I love how a website devoted to cool product packaging wrote an article about the box that the Wispr comes in. For what it’s worth, the Wispr does come in a cool box, which I appreciate because I’m giving multiple Wispr vaporizer’s away for the holiday season.
It is interesting to watch a brand expand so quickly, though I am not surprised. When you combine a name like iolite with the reputation of Oglesby & Butler, good things will happen. Most people don’t realize that O&G have been around for decades and don’t just deal with vaporizers. Their main specialty is all things butane, which is part of why I am such a big fan of the unit.
Also, I want to make it clear that just because some vaporizer reviews (it is really a gift that I call them reviews because really in each case it is just a tiny blurb) come out from big time publications doesn’t mean I’m going to jump on the bandwagon. This is because I started the bandwagon. We were the first website to get a hold of the Wispr Vaporizer before it even came out. All the vaporizer reviews that came out after ours basically repeated what we already stated. Either way, good to know that the word continues to be spread.
If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my Wispr Vaporizer review

Check Out These Four Fun Weed Vaporizers

Popularity in vaporizers has steadily increased year after year and with relaxing laws on weed it’ll only get bigger. The market, in case you haven’t seen the inside of your local smoke shop, is saturated with all types of weed vaporizers – pens, portable or desktop – that are looking for an owner. Which one’s the one that works for your buzz? There are four of the thousands you can choose from – here’s what they can do for your cannabis needs.


NimbinVap 4.0

This vaporizer gets a worthy mention from its uniqueness alone. First off, it’s a pen constructed with interesting materials – hemp and beeswax among others – that make it 100% organic. The active charcoal filter picks up any particles made from the spent buds. It’s also very small – around four inches long.

The NimbinVap 4.0 can be used in eight ways. It can be used in style similar to a pipe. Other styles let you use it to create makeshift hookahs, bongs and desktop vaporizer. There’s other ways you can use it that you can see when you look on the NimbinVap website.


Lynx Vapor

The Lynx is a handheld beauty that is worth mentioning because it has four temperature settings. The flavor changes at when you heat the concentrate at a lower temperature, so it’s definitively avape pen you wanna play around with. The hits are efficient from ceramic chamber, wick and titanium chamber that makes clean vapor.

From the outside it almost looks like a silver pen, and you can easily hide it in your palm if you want to be more discrete. It’s very safe too – no melt-prone plastic or rubber, just high-quality rubber and glass.

Firefly 2

This upgrade from the previous model can work from either loose-leaf cannabis or concentrate. Just by touching the side sensors you get started on the process in zero-to-vapor instantly. The Firefly is all about heating the dry herb as you inhale so you get the experience as the THC is activated.

It’s smartphone friendly, which is odd to say for a vaporizer but check this out. When you install the Firefly app, you can set the device to six setting for that precise hit. It also comes with 2 rechargeable batteries, a dock and a USB cable for a complete charging set.

Atmos Forge

This one is geared towards wax consistency pot, so this is definitely for aficionados. The package comes with a strong battery a dual coil atomizer. The dual coil combines with the titanium coil for an efficient vapor produced from the wax.

The chamber is coated with high quality materials and the mouthpiece protects you from any little spills that may come out from the pull. You can also adjust the airflow on it. There are a lot mouth pieces you can switch out from the battery for a different experience.


Vaporizers for all kinds and pleasures

These are just some of the weed vaporizers available for the biggest cannabis fans. There are so many that play around with dabbing using glass, huge industrial-grade ones and vape pens that might be up your pot alley. Just check out the reviews or videos and see after those sweet exhales which one looks the most appealing for you.

Welcome To Vermont NORML

Welcome to VTNORML.org!

Thanks to Hardy for designing the new, snow-covered banner for our site!This website will now be doing some growing and changing as an evolutionary proccess of the concentrated efforts of the whole group of members, with our new PHP-Nuke Web-Portal System.

There will also be a forum system soon, which I will set up when I get a chance.
I’m now in two bands, and also have a full-time job at an ISP.

So, if you haven’t yet … Sign up, and start posting!

.: Jeff :.


Two years for smuggling $100 million or $25 years for smuggling hashish?

Peter Freynes makes an interesting comparison of the maximum jail term of 2 years for Bill Boettcher who oversaw a financial scandal of almost $100 million at the Flether Allen Hospital, to Billy Greer who was sentenced to more to 25 years for hashish smuggling…


UVM pays two students $15,000 arrested at UVM-420 rally

The University of Vermont has agreed to pay $7,500 each to two students who were arrested at a campus rally last spring in support of legalizing marijuana.


MPP launches patient assistance program and new Web site

Vermont Marijuana Policy Project launched a new website, and has announced that it is giving away aid to help medical marijuana patients pay the licensing fees.


Supremes rule that cops can use drug dogs in traffic stops.

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday, in Illinois vs. Caballes, that police do not need reasonable suspicion to use drug dogs to sniff a vehicle during a legitimate traffic stop.


Sears: State can’t afford corrections Questions jump in budget

hardy writes “”Sears and others on the committee wondered whether the heightened numbers of people detained while awaiting trial, the increased emphasis on drug crimes and the imposition of stiffer penalties was putting too much pressure on an overburdened system” “


VT Industrial Hemp Report – 1996

Alternative Agricultural Strategies in Vermont: The Case of Industrial Hemp Abstract
Industrial hemp as a potential economic crop has raised a number of public interest and policy issues in Vermont and many other states. This study is motivated by the need for information on public attitudes toward industrial hemp and sociodemographic factors that determine the differences in such attitudes among individuals. Based on the data collected from a random sample survey, this study suggests that there is support in Vermont for industrial hemp production, and there is a potential market for hemp based products. Logit analysis indicates that many Vermonters support legalization of industrial hemp production for reasons such as increase in farm profitability, reduction in use of chemicals in agriculture, increasing job opportunities, and reduced prices of hemp products. Attitudes toward industrial hemp are also determined by a host of sociodemographic factors such as age and gender.


* 2004: The Year In Review NORML’s Top Ten Events That Shaped Marijuana Policy

#1: Supreme Court Hears Oral Arguments On Whether Feds Can Prosecute Medical Marijuana Patients The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in late November to determine whether patients who use marijuana in compliance with state laws are constitutionally protected from federal arrest and prosecution. “If our Constitution means anything, it should mean that ‘the war on drugs’ cannot be made to be a war on the quality of life of the chronically or terminally ill,” NORML stated in an amicus curaie filed with the Court on behalf of the respondents, patients Angel Raich and Diane Monson. The Supreme Court is expected to rule on the case by March 2005.

NORML: Reefer Resolutions for 2005

Hello NORML supporters!As many NORML supporters may already know by now on the first day of 2005 I assumed the leadership position at NORML as executive director.

Thanks to all the many citizens, lawyers and especially activists who’ve provided me the education, spiritual support and trust to lead NORML after the retirement of my friend and mentor Keith Stroup. While you’ll be regularly hearing from me in the future I want to briefly apprise you of FIVE important projects and new directions I’m pursuing to advance and hopefully hasten cannabis law reform in the United States:…


High security schools?

When I was in high school 30 years ago we used to joke about it being like a minimum security prison. After reading about Fair Haven High School’s desire to impose random drug testing on its students, I would say that this characterization is no longer just a joke.Just like prisoners have to be in prison, students have to be in high school by law; and, just like in prison, they will be forced to urinate in a jar?

What kind of message is that? Like so many other practices now being used by the authorities, this practice does not solve any problems, it only creates resentment.

Every day our freedoms become more limited because some people want to force their fears on us so that they can fool themselves into believing that they are safe. I hope the students and faculty resist this invasion of student privacy.