DaVinci's IQ2 Asks How Classy Can A Vaporizer Get?
by Rudy Sanchez on 04/09/2020 | 2 Minute Read
Vaporizing oils containing concentrated THC, the psychoactive cannabinoid in marijuana, have proven popular with consumers as it is a relatively inexpensive, discrete, and efficient way to get high.
However, as reports of users succumbing to pulmonary illnesses after using oils containing vitamin E acetate, many cannabis consumers decided to stick with tried and true buds. But those that enjoyed the benefits of vaporizing are not without options, as some devices can create potent vapor without the typical drawbacks to blazing, and DaVinci has been making premium flower vaporizers since 2012, combining quality materials, electronics, and design for the cannabis connoisseur willing to invest hundreds in their smoke sessions.
DaVinci’s latest vaporizer, the IQ2, features an aluminum body, precise dosage control and tracking, adjustable heating, and glass and ceramic parts. It is also capable of vaporizing concentrates as well, via additional accessories.
Rather than package the high-end vaporizer in a pedestrian box, DaVinci packages the IQ2 in an equally luxe carton, featuring heavy card stock material and illustrations inspired by the brand’s namesake’s design sketches. The outer sleeve is minimal, as it features the device, but also utilizes icons to communicate that the IQ2 is compatible with flowers and concentrates.
The box sides fold out like the gullwing doors on sportscars while compartments for accessories and documentation reside behind and under the device. If anything, the packaging design is more akin to consumer electronics than bongs, something that is becoming much more common as the category continues to find new, highly technical delivery systems for cannabis.
The IQ2 is available directly from DaVinci’s website or licensed retailers now.