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Vaporizer Review: Utillian 720

For those who rely on a portable vaporizer to dab hash oil hits, TVape's Utillian 720 is the perfect solution. This simple device fits neatly into the palm of your hand and heats up concentrates with multiple temperature settings.

The Utillian 720 also allows for dry vaping, but so do most models on the market. The key is to be able to use concentrates in a hand-held that doesn't gum up and stop working.

So far do good with the Utillian 720, which comes with a wax canister that fits into the dry vape chamber. Like most vapes you turn it on by tapping the button five times. Another two taps allows you to change the temperature to 338° (green), 356° (blue), 374° (purple) and 410° (red). When the light stops flashing, it's time to inhale.

The Utiillian 720 is a big improvement over DaVinci's Ascent and other side-load oven-type convection vapes. Just place the canister in the chamber and leave it there until it's time to do some cleaning with the provided Q-tips.

Probably the best thing I can say about the Utillian 720 is a friend if mine from Colorado who came to visit recently and is a major dabber contacted me a week later asking about the pocket dabber we used during his visit to New York. If this torcher is happy with the Utillian 720, then you will be too.

Toronto Vaporizer's Utillian 720 sells for $219.

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Steve Bloom

Steve Bloom

Publisher of, former editor of High Times and Freedom Leaf and co-author of Pot Culture and Reefer Movie Madness.