VLeaf Go Dry Herb Vaporizer
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Vivant is a manufacturer of affordable vaporizers, and their VLeaf Go is one of the industry’s first herbal vaporizers to bridge the gap between high quality and affordability
- Aluminum alloy housing
- 3 Temperature settings, instant heat up
- Small, sleek, portable design
- 100% pure CONVECTION heating (hot air travels through the herb)
- Affordable pricing, easy to use, great for beginners
- Replaceable parts (incredible & unique feature)
- Mouthpiece doubles as stirrer/de-bowler
Vivant VLeaf Go Dry Herb Vaporizer
Unfortunately, the Vivant VLeaf Go vaporizer is no longer available for purchase. You can still learn all about the VLeaf Go on this page and we have identified an alternative that you might be interested in seeing.
We recommend the XVape Aria vaporizer as a good alternative to the VLeaf Go.
But that’s not the only option we have, view all of our other flower vapes too.
The VLeaf Go is an affordable yet quality on-demand (instant heat up) dry herb convection vaporizer. That’s a mouthful, but this thing is indeed feature rich for its price point.
Replacement parts for the VLeaf Go included:
- Ceramic Heater (heating element)
- Mouthpiece Cap
- Mesh Filter Screens
- Chamber Bowl
- O-Ring Accessory Pack
The VLeaf go is of of the sleakest and most portable convection dry herb vapes on the market. The vape is so portable, that we actually classify it as a “Vape Pen” in our vape pen category.
Vivant VLeaf Go User Manual
To view or download the Vivant Vleaf Go Quick Start Guide User Manual, click here.
VLeaf Go Temperature Settings
The VLeaf Go has three temperature settings. The temperature that your vaporizer is set to is indicated by the color of the light. Green is the lowest temperature, typically creating a vapor of about 370°F. Yellow is the medium temp setting and produces vapor that is approximately 395°F. The highest temperature setting is indicated by a red light. On the high setting, you can expect vapor at about 420°F.