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We bring to you the Cloak Vaporizer by Hamilton Devices. The ergonomically compact design conceals and protects the vape cartridges, all while providing an unparalleled vape experience.
The battery is engineered specifically for use with CCELL cartridges, but will also work with most 510 cartridges.
- Inhale activated
- Built-in 510 thread connector
- 650mAh battery capacity
- Colours: Black, White, Red, Blue
1 Cloak, 1 USB Cable Charger, 2 O-rings
*Cartridges not included
How does the Hamilton Cloak work?
This battery uses a portable rig or any cartridge you prefer.
The switch provides simplicity, convenience, and above all, variety. Additionally, it is powered by a straightforward button that allows for a three-click voltage adjustment.
For simple functionality, the simple click is combined with a colour-coded feature that indicates the battery voltage: blue for 3.2 V, white for 3.6 V, and red for 4.0 V.
The KR1 Is designed specifically to work with CCELL® cartridges, but thanks to its common threading system, it can also be connected to any 510 thread cartridge. Additionally, it has a PCTG terpene-resistant casing.
In terms of appearance, The KR1 has a glass bubbler and a sleek design, which give it a glamorous and fashionable appeal.
As mentioned earlier, the KR1 is the first dual-purpose vape cartridge and concentrate bubbler worldwide.
A vape cartridge is a glass cartridge typically containing either a half or full gram of cannabis oil. In varied combinations, terpenes and cannabinoids derived from cannabis are present in this oil.
Vape cartridges are rather straightforward and come in a conventional cylindrical shape with a few basic components.
You inhale the vapour after it has been heated, which generates the cannabis vapour plume. While inhaling through the mouthpiece, hold the button and feel the vapour enter your lungs.
You’ll notice some smoke when you exhale, which means the device is working. By pressing the button again, you can turn the cannabis cartridge off.
If you’re looking to purchase a cannabis vape cartridge, there are a few things you’ll want to consider before buying one. The tank that your vape cartridge might come in will typically be in one of three different formats: 510-Thread, Disposable and Pod cartridges.
TYPES OF OIL VAPE CARTRIDGES FOUND IN KR1
- Distillate Vape Cartridges
The most widely used type of cannabis extract is found in distillate vape cartridges, which account for more than 60% of all sales of cannabis vape cartridges.
In order to remove plant fats and other components from the cannabis plant and leave behind a potent THC byproduct, distillate vape cartridges undergo a CO2 distillation process, which is similar to the process used to make alcohol.
Cartridges for distillate have a distinctive golden colour.
- Live Resin Cartridges
Cannabis bud that has been recently frozen and harvested at its peak is used to create Live Resin cartridges.
This makes the cannabis extract more fragrant and full-spectrum by helping to preserve the terpenes and cannabinoids naturally present in the cannabis plant.
Compared to their distillate counterparts, live resin cartridges are frequently more delicious but less powerful.
- Rosin cartridges
Rosin cartridges are the smallest but fastest-growing subcategory of cartridge oil types.
Although it tends to produce the lowest yields from the cannabis plant, this extraction method is the purest one.
It can also be expensive and have a flavour profile that may not be appealing to all users of cannabis vape cartridges.
If you’re looking to harness the full power of cannabis, then a full-spectrum extract may be more appropriate than a high-THC distillate.
A CBD-dominant cartridge could do the trick for those seeking support for stress and anxiety during the day. You’ll be able to find many different strains in cartridge form to enjoy the portability and ease of use that vape cartridges offer.
Concentrate bubblers are similar to a bubbler pipe, and concentrate bubblers are used with concentrate oils. They operate similarly to any other bubbler and also use water.
Many concentrate bubblers, often known as “Direct Inject,” contain male joints rather than female ones. Concentrate bubblers frequently have a glass nail and oil dome for dabbing.
The majority of concentrate bubblers are tiny and has a bent neck. The nicest tastes for your vapour will come from a little portion with little diffusion.
Concentrate bubblers are a great way to ensure you’re not inhaling toxic fumes or spreading germs. Moisture can get trapped inside the chamber, creating a breeding ground for bacteria and mould.
Regular cleaning can reduce the likelihood of spreading illnesses or unwanted cold sores.
RECOMMENDED CLEANING FOR BUBBLER
Use an alcohol swab, cotton ball, or Q-Tip to clean. Shake with rubbing alcohol after removing the o-ring and covering the holes. Shake with dish soap and water right away, then dry as necessary.
RECOMMENDED CLEANING FOR PLASTIC HOUSING
Cleaning with an alcohol swab, cotton ball, or Q-Tip dipped in rubbing alcohol is advised for plastic housing. A housing unit should NOT be submerged in rubbing alcohol. Clean as soon as possible using dish soap, water, and appropriate drying.
Use only rubbing alcohol, not acetone or solvents, is to be used for cleaning.