Been using it for a while now and it has more pros than cons. It's small, lightweight, cheap, well made, takes seconds to heat up, can be used while plugged into charge, nicely packaged with spares. The built in scoop works great and the cap works as a stirring tool also with the bit that hangs down like a pen clip. Pretty much the only con, and it wasn't one after I got used to using an on demand vape, was you don't want to tightly pack the chamber or hold the button down for a really long draw towards the end of the session or it can get to the combustion point.
I am definitely happy with my VLeaF Go! I had another "on demand" vape before this one and was really disappointed with it. I love how portable it is and it heats up pretty quick. It did take a little getting use to, figuring out how much to pack it, how to draw from it, etc. I've found that holding the buttin for a couple seconds before drawing for the first time helps build up the heat before passing it through your material. I would absolutely recommend this vape to anyone just getting into dry herb vaping.
So I was surprised at how well this works. It heats up quickly, similar to the firefly and the vapor production is pretty decent, also similar to the firefly. The bowl is a good micro dose size and stirring isn’t really needed unlike the firefly. I also really like the scoop around the bowl and that the cap is also a stir tool. That being said there is a lot of room for improvement. I use it at the lowest temp which based off my experience and the color of the abv, it is probably around 380 F. This is my first issue, I can deal with preset temps but it would be nice to know what the actual temp is for each preset. My second issue is the taste is only so so and pretty sub par especially compared to the firefly, magic flight, dynavap or other tasty vapes. I believe the silicone piece inside the cap/mouthpiece is what throws off the taste. Third issue is that the vapor is pretty hot and I have to cut my hits short otherwise it will burn my lips. Vaping it thru water obviously solves this and it’s nice that they designed the tip to be used as such, and that it fits 14mm and 18mm female joints. Lastly the inside of the cap could be designed better by making it filled instead of hollow around the silicone stem. Since it’s hollow, all kinds of material gets in there, it doesn’t effect function but it’s kind of annoying if your ocd like me. So my final thoughts are, for the price it’s not a bad vape if you’re looking for a inexpensive convection vape and don’t mind sub par flavor. It’s definitely not my go to vape but I would use it will hiking or to take to a concert where it would be more convenient to use than other vapes. Hope this helps.
Love the hits s d very great cloud production! I’ve been using it a week now even have used it in public outside not a very strong Oder is produced
It does fire right up when you press the button. It's great for a taste or a few puffs . Easy to load with the built in scoop and easy to clean out with the pointy bit on the cap. Just don't pack it tight or it may combust on you. Vapor can get hot if you take long draws but no adapter needed for any water device. Battery could be better but then it would be bigger , not a big deal for me. Overall I'm happy with it for the price and especially the service from Puff it Up.