Disposable vaporizer cartridges are a fast and ultra-convenient way to consume CBD or THC oils. The first version of these disposable cartridges hit the market in the early half of 2013. These disposable cartridges were constructed primarily of plastic and used a synthetic wick to funnel oil onto a metal coil. This simple innovation set the stage for something big. Oil cartridges were ready to take the industry by storm and they did just that.
Flash forward seven years. The legal cannabis industry, in its meteoric rise, has neglected these disposable cartridges, making them almost an afterthought. Sure, the technology has gotten slightly better with manufacturers choosing glass tanks over plastic, and dispensaries conducting small scale recycling operations. More or less, these disposable cartridges have remained unchanged.
Enter the Linx Hermes 3, the best refillable vape pen that can handle all oil viscosities and eliminate oil waste entirely.
Linx Vapor is a SoCal based, health conscious, and technology driven vaporizer brand with a mission to expand the boundaries of the market. Its line of vaporizers has earned many top awards from leading industry media such as Forbes, High Times, Gizmodo, Leafly, and Herb.
Linx Vapor is always on the lookout for ways to innovate and advance the industry. Disposable cartridges, while convenient, have some limitations. It’s hard to find a “one size fits all” cartridge in the market today — certain cartridges are only compatible with certain viscosity oils. Oil can be wasted due to inefficient heating with traditional disposables as well. Furthermore, it’s hard to say which cartridges have tested positive for the presence of heavy metals due to a lack of regulations. And disposable cartridges have an impact on the environment.
Linx Vapor wants to provide a sustainable solution that not only addresses these limitations but also stays inline with a commitment to health consciousness.
Introducing the Linx Hermes 3: an all viscosity, reusable, eco-friendly, and health conscious vape cartridge, designed to eliminate oil waste and provide amazing flavor. The Hermes 3 ups the ante with true industry innovation and functionality.
How can Linx Hermes 3 handle any viscosity oil while delivering superior flavor?
Cannabis oil comes in a few different viscosities ranging from thick as molasses to thin as olive oil. Each viscosity of oil needs a specific type of atomizer: small oil inlets for thin oils and large inlets for thick oils. If you couple this with the different sizes, 0.5 gram and 1.0 gram, you can begin to see how many different sizes are needed. This limitation applies to both disposable and refillable cartridges. Finding the right cartridge for your oil can be a real hassle for the average consumer.
The Hermes 3 solves this issue with an innovative atomizer and large oil inlets. The uniquely designed atomizer utilizes a ceramic bowl instead of a wick, allowing for larger surface space. This in turn increases vapor production. Combining this with larger vertical oil inlets, you get massive clouds, unrivaled flavor, and the ability to vape any viscosity oil.
How does Linx Hermes 3 eliminate oil waste?
Product waste comes in the form of oil trapped in the cartridge. This oil cannot be vaporized because of its proximity to the oil inlets on either side of the atomizer. Everyone who has purchased an oil cartridge has come across that last drop of oil that refuses to vaporize and thus gets tossed out with the atomizer. The Linx Hermes 3 has strategically positioned large oil inlets at the bottom floor of the atomizer. These gravity-fed oil inlets allow all the oil to pass directly to the atomizer, virtually eliminating all product waste.
Linx Hermes 3 avoids heavy metal contamination by using stainless steel.
Tainted vaporizer cartridges are in the news more and more these days. Currently there are no regulations concerning heavy metal testing nor is there any mandate to disclose such information. Linx cares about its customers. The Linx Hermes 3, on the other hand, is crafted from medical grade stainless steel. By using 100% stainless steel, Linx removes any risk of heavy metals in its cartridges and has been certified free of heavy metal contamination, a testament to the company’s commitment to producing truly health conscious vaporizers.
Reduce the environmental impact from disposables by using a refillable cartridge.
These disposables are made with many different components, making them almost impossible to recycle. Compound this with the residual oil left in the atomizer and a problem soon arises. A simple Google search depicts the potential severity of the environmental disaster to come. One Linx Hermes 3 refillable atomizer removes a handful of disposable cartridges from oceans and landfills. Saving the environment shouldn’t be an afterthought, so Linx takes steps to reduce waste and build towards a cleaner, healthier environment.
It is this type of dedication — a constant pursuit of the prefect balance of value, experience, and innovation — that has put Linx on the map. Its range of award-winning vaporizers are proof of a commitment to the quality and craftsmanship Linx puts into everything they make. See what all the talk is about: order your Linx Hermes 3 here!
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