What is the G Pen GIO? Jump to Recipe
When choosing a vape line, there are a few things to consider. Some of these are preferential, like how much vapor is produced per medicating session, while others, such as ease of loading the cartridge or durability of hardware, are essential.
The G Pen GIO was crafted to meet these needs.
A Battery Made to Last
Durability with a vape battery is key for most – the amount of times the small item is forgotten in laps and accidentally thrown off, or tossed within bags, likely plays a factor. This was clearly in mind as G Pen built the G Pen GIO line. The sleek, slim, black design is cased in zinc-alloy, ensuring a battery that will survive multiple bangs and scrapes (take it from this writer!).
The 180mAh battery is temperature-optimized to produce a large amount of vapor, without compromising flavor. With buttonless activation, pass-through capability (vape while charging!), and a pod-based that slip easily into the battery, adding a pod-based system to your routine is an easy decision.
While G Pen may have been the first to bring a pod-based system to market, they certainly weren't the last.
What Other Pod Systems Are Available?
CCELL, arguably the leader of cannabis vape devices, crafted the Dart after long consideration and development.
The Dart is a pod-based system that is breath activated and one of the most discreet devices. Its shape is rather flat, allowing it to slip easily into your pocket without a bulky appearance typical with vape devices.
Crafted with dosing in mind, each draw is temperature-optimized to ensure smooth dosing, and massive vapor clouds. And, due to CCELL's ceramic technology, the flavor profile of the strain you dose truly sings. Learn more about the Dart system here.
Dosing With Vapes
Dosing your medical cannabis with vapes is a customizable experience – just remember to start low and go slow. A 5-second inhalation is equivalent to a 5 mg dose; if after 15 minutes desired effects are not achieved, continue titrating (slowly adding and observing effects) your cartridge as needed.
*This post was updated Jan. 21, 2022.