With a sleek and modern design, the SteamCloud Mini 2.0 is a great option for anyone who wants an easy-to-use, portable oil vaporizer. The piece is small enough to be concealed within a small pocket which makes it ideal for smoking just about anywhere.
The convenience of the SteamCloud Mini’s size is hard to beat – I would use this piece for a more discreet smoking experience. It omits a slight smell when dragged, but does not reek of marijuana like regular flower. Overall, I would recommend the SteamCloud Mini 2.0 to a friend.
1. SteamCloud Mini 2.0 oil vape battery
2. Wax scraper
3. Short USB charging cable
4. Two metal oil cartridge adapters
5. Operating instructions
As a beginner with very little experience using oil vapes, I found that the kit was easy to put together. The box comes with two magnetic rings – once you screw a magnetic ring onto the bottom of your cartridge, the cartridge will slide in and out of the battery with ease. Additionally, the box comes with a wax scraper (it kind of looks like a dab tool), which is used to scrape old oil buildup that may occur over time in between your cartridge and the battery rig.
Once you’ve put together your piece, you will need to charge it. Luckily, the battery is fully charged in under twenty minutes and remains charged for a long period of time. It is highly recommended that you don’t charge it overnight or smoke it while it is plugged in.
Despite being small and simple, there are several features available. Clicking the power button five times will turn the battery on and off. Pressing the power button three times shuffles between three available heat settings that make for a customizable smoke: red being the hottest (4.0 volts) and green being the lowest (3.4 volts). The confusing thing about the vape is it cycles out of order. You would think that with red being the hottest temperature setting and green being the lowest, it would cycle through the temps in the order of Red, Blue, Green. However, in actuality, the order is Red, Green, Blue, so keep that in mind while picking your temperature settings.
Two clicks activate the preheat setting which is used to heat up new cartridges. However, I found that I did not need to use this setting very often using a regular 501 cartridge. It generally hits right away and provided a smooth toke every time.
If you’re an oil vape expert and are looking for a more complicated and customizable piece, this may not be the one for you. However, for anyone looking for a more basic design, I would highly recommend the SteamCloud Mini 2.0 for its simple, easy to use qualities. This piece comes at a retail cost of $39.99 and is sturdy enough to live up to the price.