It’s been a long time since I’ve purchased a vaporizer for myself, so I was pretty surprised by the new round of options that were available. There was not much in the category of “stealth,” so running into the DaVinci Ascent vaporizer was almost a god-send.
As you can see above, the Ascent looks like a cell phone (it’s a big bigger than that though), so most people will not look twice when you’re using this thing in your car and whatnot. It is capable of vaporizing both plant matter and concentrates, which is an added bonus for its size. It’s got a digital display where you can adjust both the temperature and sessions, and view and battery life. Pretty cool.
Performance-wise, it handles vaping plant and oils equally well, but when vaporizing oil, it gets a bit sticky, so it may have to be cleaned often. Not cool if you’re as lazy as I am. This is why I mostly use it for dry herb.
The DaVinci Ascent Vaporizer comes in three colors – stealth, carbon fiber, and burl wood. Stealth is basically a sleek black as shown above, carbon fiber looks like… well, carbon fiber, and the burl wood features a refined wood-paneling on the side. I personally think they all look nice, but who cares what I think? Pick which one you want, they all cost the same 🙂
Where to Buy the Ascent Vaporizer
The Ascent Vaporizer is available on a couple of reputable websites. If you’re used to buying from EveryoneDoesIt, at the time of this writing, the Ascent Vaporizer is on sale for around $286, but on VapeWorld, it is $249 shipped. VapeWorld is pretty great, especially if you’re buying within the U.S. and Canada, where shipping is free (for you).