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KandyPens have been around for an eternity in the vape world—the company was founded back in 2014, back when vaping was still a mystery to most people. The first-ever KandyPen was, as the name suggests, a vape pen: the Skycloud, which was known for its ability to use oil, solid concentrates, and dry herb. It was a rarity at the time, but it soon proved popular, and the KandyPens era was launched.
In the last 6+ years, KandyPens have branched out from their original one-product line. Today, they’re specialists when it comes to concentrates, producing some of the most popular vaporizers for wax, shatter, budder, and the other concentrates that have captured vapers’ hearts and minds. At the the same time, they’ve refined their technique when it comes to liquid and dry herb vaporizers as well—it’s rare to find a KandyPens model that hasn’t won some award or another.
With so many appealing options to choose from, it’s easy to fall into a KandyPens-induced paralysis by analysis. But here at the Herbalize Store, not only do we offer the best deals on KandyPens vapes, we’re also here to help you cut through the noise and find the one that’s best for you.
So with that in mind, here’s everything you need to know about KandyPens vapes:
Let’s take a quick look at some of the most common things people ask our Herbalize Store team about KandyPens vaporizers:
KandyPens are renowned for their versatility. Depending on the model, you can vape just about anything with KandyPens: from dry herb and e-liquids to the whole universe of solid concentrates.
Some KandyPens vapes are better suited for some materials than others, but you can find that information in a matter of seconds just by looking at the description.
Some of them do, like the K-Stick Supreme (the rare vape pen that can be used both with cartridges and solid concentrates like wax). Others, like the Rubi, can be used with refillable pods that contain the same material, i.e. oil, as cartridges.
If you’re wondering whether a given KandyPens vape can be used with cartridges, check to see if it features a 510 thread. If it does, you’re in good shape.
KandyPens are available through many websites, which is nice. However, a number of online vape shapes have come under scrutiny for dubious practices (such as stocking counterfeit vapes, or not sending orders at all).
For that reason, it’s best either to buy directly from the manufacturer or from well-established retailers with a lengthy track record, like the Herbalize Store (if you’re wondering why you should choose us instead of the manufacturer, it’s because we offer free UK shipping—and we’ll even plant a tree in your name with every purchase).
KandyPens vapes have been winning awards for the better part of the last decade, so it seems safe to say that the answer is usually ‘yes’ for most people. Despite the fact that the name sounds a little frivolous, KandyPens are quite well made. And as a bonus, they tend to be affordably priced as well, so you’re not taking too much of a financial risk.
Ah, the age-old question! Here’s the bad news: there’s no snappy, one-size-fits-all answer. Here’s the good news: there are actually a bunch of ‘best KandyPens vapes,’ which depends largely on the materials you want to vape and how you want to vape them. In the next section, we’ll run through the best KandyPens vaporizers for people of different tastes and experience levels.
KandyPens vaporizers have a lot to like about them, as reviewers and vapers alike have noted for years. Here are a handful of the main reasons why KandyPens have become one of the most trusted names in the vaping world:
KandyPens first made its name as ‘portable dab rig’ specialists, and that legacy is carried on in their models like the Oura. The brand also has a distinguished track record when it comes to portable dab pens—concentrates are in KandyPens’ DNA.
At the same time, their dry herb vaporizers like the K-Vape Pro have proven to be award-winning masterpieces as well, so no matter what your preferred material may be, there’s a KandyPen that can handle it.
KandyPens come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colours. Whether you’re looking for a sleek vape pen or a sturdy rig (that’s still surprisingly portable), the brand has something to fit your tastes—and your budget. The array of styles and price points means that KandyPens is the rare vape brand that can make a legitimate claim to having something for everyone.
We don’t want to overstate—or downplay—the importance of colour options. It’s all but indisputable that KandyPens do a great job on this front; almost every model comes in a spectrum of colours that range from eye-catching to understated. KandyPens vaporizers’ customisability (is that a word? maybe) isn’t just about style, though. On the substance side, the wide variety of accessories ensures that you can always tweak your KandyPens session to meet your precise preferences.
KandyPens have been in the vape game for years, so there are a lot of models to choose from. Here are our picks for the best KandyPens for vapers of every level:
Some vape brands seem to release a new device every week, whilst others treat product launches like moon missions, with maybe a handful each decade. KandyPens falls somewhere in the middle—here’s a quick rundown on their latest creation:
The KandyPen Rubi debuted in early 2020, and quickly became a fan favourite thanks to its (very) affordable price tag and ability to handle solid concentrates like wax along with more viscous ones like oil. The refillable pods were hailed as a welcome contrast to the expensive proprietary offerings of some other brands, and as always, the range of colour options didn’t hurt.
The name might sound a little silly, but make no mistake: KandyPens vapes are seriously good, especially if you’re a big fan of concentrates. They’re also excellent choices for people who are on tight budgets—which, let’s face it, is most of us these days.
You can think of KandyPens as the ‘efficient person’s’ choice: vaping concentrates delivers more ‘value for money’ than vaping dry herb, and KandyPens vapes are one of the most cost-effective ways to vape concentrates. At the same time, they’re not strictly utilitarian devices: these are well made vapes, and the array of options for personalising your device with colours, designs, and/or accessories makes them enjoy to use as well.