The Steamcloud EVOD Vape Pen Review – A Beast on a Budget
When asked about vape pens, or batteries, as they are called in the industry, the first think I ask is, “Are you looking for something discreet or a big monster vape pen?”. That is usually how I divide the very first fork in the road as far as vape pens or batteries go.
We recently got our hands on the new Steamcloud EVOD battery and what a beast this vape pen for the price. This pen is great if you are looking for something sturdier than the flimsy $ 10 batteries out there, but don’t want to spend $ 50 or more on a vape pen.
The Steamcloud EVOD packs a 900mah with variable voltages. What does that mean to normal people? That means it has the thickness of a magic marker and on the bottom is a great and easy to use flywheel to adjust your temperature setting depending on what type of oil or concentrate you are burning. Why is temperature important based on the oil you pick or how that oil is made, you can check out our article on temperature settings for concentrates. This pen is not for those looking to be discreet or nimble, it is a firm, well made, piece of machinery and when someone sees it, they will know it as a vape pen.
We have been testing the pen for about a month, and for only $ 20, this pen is your go-to, reliable pen.
The Steamcloud EVOD works for all 510 threaded cartridges and it has a push button to heat up the pen as well. This is nice because there are some 510 cartridges that are air activated (you suck on the pen) and there are others that need to have a push button coil to heat them up. This pen will handle both types of 510 cartridges so you don’t have to worry about your latest half gram or full gram of oil will work in your pen.
The pen charges in under 20 minutes, which is nice for such a big 900mah battery, too. It is thick, which makes if feel durable and not so breakable as other $ 20 pens you may look at and try out.
We tested it with some different oils and isolates and it performed well at the lower temperatures as well at a higher setting. The setting wheel is on the bottom and very intuitive, so no fumbling around with different colored blinking lights and digital read outs. Just take the pen, look at the setting on the dial on the bottom of the pen, and turn it left or right for a hotter or cooler setting. The lowest voltage is 3.3v and it goes up to 4.8v.
After a month of testing and beating this pen up, it holds its own and keepings working perfectly. For $ 20, it is a no-brainer and won’t break your budget or your heart if you lost it or needed to get a new one.
You can order the pen here from NY Vape Shop – click here.