What’s in the Box?
- 1 SWIFT PRO vaporizer
- 1 Stainless Steel Chamber Wall
- 1 Borosilicate Glass Chamber Wall
- 5 Stainless Steel Chamber Screens
- 1 Packing Tool And Dabber
- 1 Velvet/Suede Storage Bag
- 1 Loading Funnel
- 1 Chamber Removing Tool
- 1 Cleaning Brush
- 3 Wooden Rings (African Palexander, South American Palexander, Bamboo)
- 2 Silicon Band
- 1 Micro-Usb Charging Cable
- 1 Warranty Information Card
- 1 User Manual
We’ve got a lot of stuff for Flowermate Swift Pro dry herb Vaporizer, a hundred percent convection flow with an isolated air path and temperature control! It measures about four inches tall, two and a half inches wide and weighs four and a half ounces. You’ve read it right, its special features are pretty amazing.
Going to the unit itself, it looks just like a toy. It is compact and handy. The mouthpiece is designed as swiveling. The isolated air path is located on the side of it, and it is intact and indeed isolated. This air path helps eliminate any electronic taste. At the bottom, there you’ll see the micro-USB port to have it charged.
Now with just a few twists of the top section, you can now enter its chamber. The modular chamber can be opened using the chamber tool with just two turns. Next, remove the top piece chamber wall and the screen. The Flowermate Swift Pro gives you options to choose between borosilicate glass and stainless steel. Aside from those two chamber walls, it has wooden rings that can provide additional twist or flavor. I was able to put 0.15 grams of herb in the vaporizer. I used the funnel so it won’t make any mess. Right after filling it up and putting back the top section, just click 5 times to have it on, then use the up and
down buttons at the bottom to choose the thermal reading you like. Temperature controls can manipulate on every single digit that ranges from 140oF up to 446oF or if you like, you can have it by Celsius, so that would be around 60oC to 230oC. I actually tried to just let it be at the maximum temperature and I was impressed that it cooled down after 4 minutes.
So, as I gave it a try, my first 10 second hit was so smooth and somehow light. But as I start the second and third hit? The flavor is so delicious! The taste is consistent from 2nd to 3rd hit. The effects are solid, strong and clean. I was in loved with how the wood flavorings work. You’ve got to give it a try! However, I haven’t tried them all yet. The only thing that I found lacking on it is the air it produced. It is somehow light.
Overall, Flowermate Swift Pro is good. I mean, knowing its price for $219 makes it special. It looks kind of classy but the feeling of it on hand, it feels cheap. Probably because of the plastic then it’s light weight. It seems like it’s going to crack if I accidentally drop it in a few inches from the floor. But taste? it’s a 5-star excellent cooking of a wood and herb within the tight chamber.
- the taste it produced
- temperature controls
- customizable experience J – changing of chambers and wood rings
- Sort of handy
- Isolated heating path – the way it works
- The material of the case