V2 Cigs Pro Series 3 Vaporizer Review

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Type
Vape Pen
Price
$59.99
The V2 Cigs Pro Series 3 is one of the best dry herb vaporizer pens on the market. It also has e-liquid and oil/wax capabilities. And it will only cost you $59.99. In the running for best vape pen.


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We know not everybody has time to read our full reviews. So here is a quick category by category breakdown of the V2 Cigs Pro followed by a quick synopsis.

  • Dry Herb Vapor Quality – 92%
  • Wax/Oil Vapor Quality – 85%
  • Size & Portability – 97%
  • Build Quality/Sturdiness – 89%
  • Price – 95%
  • Overall Rating – 91%
Because they just added an attachment that allows the V2 Pro to work with concentrates, this is probably the best 3-in-1 vaporizer on the market. Plus at $59.99 you really can’t beat the price.


V2 Cigs is looking to position itself as the go-to vaporizer company for those who want their vapes to be able to do everything. The V2 Cigs Vaporizer Pro can handle not only your dry herbs but also your e-liquids, waxes, and oils. So does it try to do too much and lose its focus or does it pull off the hat trick? We tested it out to see for ourselves.


Design

v2 cigs pro vaporizer small sizeForgoing the usual threaded accessories, the Pro opts for a magnetic coupling design. This lets it quickly and easily attach to all the accessories that make vaping with a variety of ingredients possible. All the attachments just snap to the main unit. That may make it convenient, but it also limits where you can buy attachments from.

You see, with the standard threading setup, many companies allow you to interchange their accessories with those of other companies, but with the Pro, you are stuck with V2’s items. That might be a problem if they were priced extravagantly, but as many people who have used V2 products before can attest, they have some of the most reasonable prices in the industry.

The e-liquid cartridges will only cost you $8 while the ones for herbs and oils will run you $25.

The pen is pretty discreet. It just looks like a large, sophisticated pen, and it comes in a few different colors. It offers a great way to take your vaping with you without attracting a lot of unwanted attention, and its small enough to fit in just about anything. Now if you use some of the cartridges like the dry herbs one, you might not be as inconspicuous. That one tends to be bulkier and more obviously made for vaping.


Use

We already mentioned how changing out the different vaping methods just means snapping a magnetic attachment onto the pen. It v2 cigs pro vaporizer kit contentreally is easy to do and should be pretty simple for anyone to pick up.

And every attachment is made with some great features that really compliment the overall package. The e-liquid one, for example, has a light-up function that lets you operate it even in the dark. And it won’t leak no matter how you turn it, so it is great for taking with you when you are on the go.

To activate it, just turn on the power button in the middle of the vaporizer. It will cut off by itself after about 10 seconds of not using it. Or you can power it off yourself by pressing the power button three times quickly. This is also how you can turn it back on if its goes into shutoff mode while you are vaping.


Performance

One thing we like about this vape is that you can use it while it is charging. The charging cord is pretty long too, so there’s not worry about restricting yourself too much while it is powering up.

It will take around an hour and a half to charge it up, but you only get about half that time in actual use. That makes it fine for a portable vape, but not very worthwhile if you want to use it all throughout the day.

Vapor production is probably the most important factor when it comes to the value of a vaporizer. And the V2 pro delivers in that department for sure. It produces some wonderfully thick vapor, probably some of the thickest on the market. And you get those nice, thick plumes of vapor for the entire session, all the way down the dregs of whatever you are using. This is partially accomplished by using a small ingredient tray, but that’s the case with most pen vapes anyway. There just isn’t room for anything bigger.

The draw is a little tight on this though. That’s likely so it mimics the experience of smoking a tobacco cigarette. But when you compare it to other electronic cigarettes and vaporizers, it feels just a bit tight.


Verdict

V2 Pro Series 3
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This is one versatile vaporizer. It does a lot of things and it does them all well. Vapor production is solid across the board, no matter what you are using to vape. And the cartridge size for the e-liquid is pretty decent, coming in at about 1.6ml. It won’t exactly blow you away with how generous it is, but it’s certainly enough for most people.

As much as the V2 pro does, we kind of expected it to fail somewhere, but it really doesn’t. It manages to pull off doing a lot of thing remarkably well, and we have to commend it for that.

And best of all, it manages to do all this with a very reasonable price point of $80. Now it may cost you a bit more if you are just starting out and using this as your first vape. There are no included e-liquids with this vape.

That may seem odd to e-liquid users who are used to having some liquid packaged with their e-cigs. But for those who are used to dry herbs and oils, it is very uncommon to have anything included to start vaping with. So it may seem like a bare-bones package to some, but we see it as the price you pay for an affordable pen vaporizer that packs in a lot of functionality. For this price, we can’t complain about what is included and what is not.

Pros:

  • It can vape anything
  • The Pro make some great vapor, no matter what you are trying to vape
  • A quality product through and through
  • Very affordable, especially for what it offers

Cons:

  • Maybe a bit tight for those who like easier draws
  • Battery life is not impressive
  • Only supports V2 attachments

Any problems we have with this vaporizer are minor, and we would heartily recommend it to anyone that wants an all-in-one vaporizer. You won’t find better value for such a versatile product anywhere, and we commend the V2 Pro for what it accomplishes.



18 Comments

  1. I had been using this vap pen for about two month, before it I tried with 510 compatible cigs, this is the best by far, the cartridges had a really long life and you can clean it several times to recover their fully functionality and flavor, amazing!!!!

    Until now I haven’t change the cartridge that comes with the starter kit, two months and it vap like new!!!!

    • Barely getting any vapor in my exhale at all using loose leaf what am I doing wrong definitely feel the medicine though

      • There’s a little tricky to getting really good hits per bowl (about 4-7) , do not over pack (my problem in the beginning) pack up to the metal oven line and pack it softly snug.. I also removed the screen ..take slow hits with your mouth (hit slow and steadily for about 7-10 seconds ) and inhale air at the last second to let it hit you

    • How do you clean it? I just purchased and just received my new V2 Pro Series 3 and coming off disposables and cigarettes.

      IMHO – I’m very impressed with the versatility, modular design and ease of getting what I consider a phenomenal substitute to the real thing.

      It is a bit heavier than I would have expected, but it’s sleek design, comfort in my hand and while smoking are great. I get an excellent vape / throat hit right from the start.

      I’ve looked for a few accessories such as a case, a portable one, not a suitcase sized one as well as a spare charing cable (things do tend to get lost). The vapes they have available on their site is also a pretty decent selection although as a newbie I’m unfamiliar with many of the offerings. My first attempt with the device was a Green Tea Menthol which is very nice. Also, it looks like their products do NOT have any Diacetyl in them so no concerns for “Popcorn Lung”!

  2. I don’t understand how this V2 Pro Series 3 has ANY good reviews. Since day one this device has been a pain in the butt. The first one broke down in a month. V2 did replace it, but it soon became finicky and was unreliable. They replaced it again. By then I had bought a PAX2, which always works. The third V2 Pro Series 3 again just fails to heat any cartridge. V2 had convinced me I maybe needed new cartridges because they were the problem, but to no avail. This V2 Pro Series 3 is a complete piece of junk. I called to get them to replace it again, but they said they could only offer me 15% off a new one. Buy yourself a PAX2 and you get a ten year warranty. Buy a V2 Pro Series 3 and you get and endless headache, and I don’t mean from bad smoke.

  3. I bought the V2 Pro Series 3 after reading a bunch of fantastic reviews. It turns out that those “review sites” are actually paid ads disguised as reviews. I feel so stupid with my over priced POS on my way to have a cigarette.
    It did work pretty well at first but those liquid cartridges don’t last very long at all. Those bottom feed wicks are not made for 20 fills. If you are super careful to never let the juice get less then 30% and can rise the cartridge without fraying the wick and have time a patience to dry properly and give the new e juice time to set……you might get 10 fills ….maybe. The second you stop babying that cartridge it is over tho.
    The loose leaf is ok if don’t really smoke much. You have to get it grinded down super fine and pack the cartridge very loose. Then it needs time to heat up. You can get two puffs before it needs to heat up again then two more hits before you have to reload. If you like to smoke in public with decreation you would need to pre pack a bunch of cartridges to enjoy the V2 series three loose leaf. Maybe the company knows a better way but you could cold press your own tincture before you get the reply.

    I did contact them right away about the liquid cartridges and asked for help but I think they are in a land in which time is not linear. Heck it took 8 days to process my order then one more to even mail it out. So I did some research while waiting. I figured out how to get the liquid cartridges to last a little longer but nothing close to 15-20 fills they tell you. Plus you still have to wash the wicks without them fraying. I found that atsk be a massive @#$% but I know some of you that love to mess with those super tiny pieces but it is not my thing.
    About a week from my first email to V2 got a message from them that made no sense at all. So I asked for clarification. I got a reply (after two more days) regarding a different product they sell and keep in mind they post your orders above your messages.
    I then sent an email asking once more if they could help and I never heard back.
    Then I sent one more asking about returning the pen and of course they never responded.
    I feel like to world’s biggest dumb ass. I was stupid to blindly read these “reviews” and not see that they were ads in disguise. I can not believe that I did not research the company itself or even talk with friends that vape. Like an idiot I waited until I spent my budget on crap then waited for the company to treat me like shit. Even kissed their ass when they treated me like shit in hopes that they might answer one question.
    I just finished two kick ass homemade e juices with homemade flavors and my stupid ass is heading out for a cig.
    Don’t be like me. Question everyone….even me. Trust no one and make sure to stay away from the advertisements that look like review sites. Most will have a link for e cig companies to purchase reviews and you can see how much they pay for each “review”
    At least you know you’re getting $%@*& with big tobacco. The e cig world seems very shady and I don’t like that.

  4. This seems to be a very nice compact vape “pen”, with great simplicity, at a reasonable price. I only vape liquids, and I love the fact that it is leak and “gurgle” free, unlike many others. I could go on- the magnetic tank attachment is a great idea! Simple, no threads to wear out. The tank design, is perfect, in my opinion. Speaking of magnetic, so is the charger! Snap it up, that’s it, you’re charging, once again, thread free. I really like this device, it will now become my “go to” vape product, correction, it ~has~ become my go to. Easy to fill with your favorite liquid, especially if you have the little needle tipped bottle. It has two windows, so you may check your fill level anytime, at a glance. 5 Stars, I recommend the v2 pro series three, to any vaper, you’ll love it.

  5. After having used Halo’s Triton system for years, I decided to step up to the V2 Pro. I also purchased an extra e-liquid tank. One of the tanks failed half-way through it’s second use. I wasn’t particularly interested in using the leaf tank included with the kit, but since I already had it I decided to give it a try with some recommended herbs used for seasoning. Even the lowest temperature was too high – flavor was harsh. My verdict: This is an over-priced marginally performing system.

  6. Bought the V2 pro series 3 and initially was a tidy pen. It felt good to hold and looked good. However, from a light user like myself, I found it starting to malfunction after just 2 months. Sent it back and they replaced it with new, which was good! After 1 use of the new pen, it malfunctioned again! I asked for a refund and they only partially refunded me as it was outside the 30 days money back guarantee. Overall nice looking pen, but considering it didn’t work, I found it to be no different vape wise than other cheaper pens.

    • Same as Chris. I liked the contour of the pen and the magnetic locks, but I’ve now gone through 3 batteries. The company has dutifully replaced each one, but battery failure and mysterious heating element failures make the product a failure at core. Battery failures usually appear 2-4 months into use.

  7. Having bought one of these not too long ago, I agree that the V2 is one of the best vaporizers there is, not only because of its price but most importantly because of the 3 in 1 feature.
    Vapes extremely smoothely.
    As the battery life sucks, I bought a mobile battery charger and just hook it up while im on the go. Workss perfectly!

  8. Perfect size!!! I switched up to this from the regular v2 blanks and I’m very happy. I vape a lot and it seems like I always had a dead battery. Enter v2 pro! The battery on this lasts and lasts and the carts are way bigger so I don’t have to refill as often. I thought it would be to big but its actually a great size. The way the cartridges drop in have definitely kept it from leaking also.

  9. I’m sure the v2 pro series is a winner if it ever arrives. I ordered the vape 3 weeks ago and it still has not arrived, I have emailed them multiple times and have received only one email in return and no update to when it will arrive. Now they just ignore me and don’t update my order status, this is by far the worst service I have ever received, look elsewhere, they guys are chumps.

  10. Anybody have any issues with the dry Herb cartridge not working after some pretty heavy usage? I have already gone through my first cartridge and think I may have just gone through my second.

  11. Both my Dry Herb & Liquid Cartrige broke.
    Dry Herb Cartrige: 1 month – The Ring came off (Glue doesn’t hold) no big deal, but, 1 month after that, the screen in the rubber tip, now comes out every time I pull off the tip to put in new herb. It falls into, the metal chamber & because its sticky, I always have to clean off some herb, now that is irritating. The glue also isn’t holding, that’s the reason. I know because I had to dig it off the rubber, wasn’t sticking to the metal. But that wasn’t the worst…
    Oh last thing, I Vape big bowls, the dry Herb is cute, & fun, but way too small for me, the high is short, but if your the occasional vaper, then you’ll b fine (low tolerance).
    (Worst) My e-Liquid Cartrige (a month after use) separated @ the top, where the plastic meets the metal, the metal is jaggedey, but the only thing holding them together is also the glue. That is the worst joint I have ever seen. When I went to switch out my Liquid cart, the bottom half stuck in the pen by the magnet, & the top part was only in my hand. It was full & the Liquid spilled all down between the walls of my pen. I was freaking out, cause I couldn’t get the Bottom half out, & the Liquid was soaking. I finally grabbed a needle nose pliers & pulled it out. Cleaned up all the mess as best as I could, hoping the Liquid didn’t go deep & will be a big problem in the future. I emailed them, & this is there quoted reply:
    “We apologize for the delayed response. Cartridges are considered consumable items, therefore are not covered under warranty. Wax a Loose Leaf Cartridge, can last anywhere from 3-5 months. Liquid Cartridges for an optimal vaping experience, should be replaced after 5 refills. We do not recommend using any form of adhesive on the Cartridges or Vaporizer. In the event that there is any other way that we can assist you please send us another message.” …(I did not edit anything in the quotes, that’s there exact reply)
    I put scotch tape around it to hold the pieces together, how ghetto is that?
    So, if I was dumb, I could swollow whole (consume) all 3 of my cartridges? They’re only supposed to last 3-5 months, well mines broke 1-2 months… I asked what glue they use, & they won’t tell me (it has to be Heat & Inhalation Safe)…my guess is they don’t want people fixing there own vapes, they just want us to buy new cartridges every 2 months?
    Honestly, a pen this bad couldn’t be a 4.5, along w/ lame customer service, & bad warranty. The pen itself I’d give a 2-3, but the Cartriges a 1. All together, I’d still conscider it a 1 because they go together. I think the reviews are false, I bet, everyone in the company along w/ there family & friends were forced to put 5’s so it would be high. I had another Vape, found out later it was a 3.5, but it still lasted longer then this vape, by far. I just started using my wax cart 2 days ago, & honestly, it does look strong, but I really don’t expect to last either.
    Won’t buy again. I almost never write reviews, only unless I get screwed over, & I feel like paying $80 (for the kit) should last way more than 1-2 months, hence, I was screwed over badly!!!

  12. I got this from a friend and have been so happy with it but now I can’t tell what is wrong. I get the 3 red flashes but when I try to go the the next step it just flashes white and never seems to get going. Does it stop charging? Is there something I need to replace? Do you need new batteries periodically??? I never got an instruction book. Please advise!

  13. At first it looked perfect and of course the CO. Builds it up to have minor faults i.e. Battery life which I can deal with but is it really falling apart like that & pen malfunctioning where you don’t know what’s up? (No instructions included??) Everyone who reads this… is it worth it???? It would really piss me off to get suckerd into buying some piece of shit product, just seems way to common these days…. Nobody gives a shit, no pride in workmanship of the product they speak SOOOO highly of. Just buy another piece…(Buy Buy Buy) or is it Bye Bye Bye??

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