Kind Pen has become somewhat of a household name within the cannabis community, seemingly overnight. Established in New Jersey, USA, they are best known for their weed pens. Today, I am going to be testing out their line of vapes for flower and concentrates–the Deezy, the Weezy and the Breezy.
All of Kind Pen’s products come with a lifetime warranty, which is pretty rare these days. But the more important part is always going to be performance. I will be testing them out with some of my favorite THC and CBD flower strains, concentrates, and oil, so keep reading to find out what these products offer and how they perform.
The products were sent courtesy of Kind Pen for the purpose of this review.
The Breezy is a 510 thread vape designed for oil carts. On their website, Kind Pen says it is constructed of “indestructible metal”. In any case, it has a very rugged feel, and only weighs about 50 grams. Its body is curved, so it feels nice in the hand or in your pocket. It utilizes a magnetic connection and comes with an adapter for both 0.5 and 1.0 mL cartridges.
The device features four voltage settings between 2.8 to 4.0 volts, indicated by four LED bars. The LEDs also serve as your battery life indicator. The Breezy has a pre-heat mode which sends a low voltage pulse to your atomizer to gently warm up your oil. I’ve tested it with at least five different cartridges, and I had no issues with compatibility.
Colors: Gold, iridescent, orange, silver, black, blue, green, purple, red
The performance from the Breezy is solid and consistent. I didn’t experience any issues with the magnetic adapters, they seem to make a good connection every time. I’m not a huge fan of magnetic adapters because they are so easy to lose, but they can be purchased separately and come with some of their own unique advantages. No issues with airflow either, there is a tiny air hole next to the USB port, located on the bottom of the device.
The button on the Breezy is one of the clickiest I’ve seen in a while. There is some rattle to it, but that’s hardly a con. More importantly, it performs really well and is dependable. The micro USB charging port is located on the bottom of the device, and it has passthrough abilities so you can vape while it’s charging.
The preheat function seems to work, I tested it on a cold day with some thick distillate. It doesn’t send out enough heat to produce vapor, but it warms it up and primes the coil for a good puff. To sum it up, the Breezy is durable, easy to use, and comfortable in the hand or pocket. I had to be extra picky because the only cons that I found were extremely minor. It’s a solid little oil vape.
The Weezy is a vape designed for solid concentrates. It features a button that ejects the chamber for easy loading and replacing. Other features include a 15-second sesh mode, three heat settings, a convenient magnetic mouthpiece, and a rugged overall construction.
It reminds me of a Uwell Caliburn, but bigger in dimensions. The Weezy stands at 6 inches, is 4 inches wide, and 1 inch thick. It weighs about 45 grams in total, so it’s pretty lightweight despite its chunkiness. It uses a simple one-button operation and has a 700 mAh battery capacity. The fire button is located right on the front of the device and is ridiculously clicky, like on the Breezy. It also lights up to indicate battery life and your voltage setting selection.
The atomizer is replaceable and pops right out when you hit the side button. Make sure you know the difference between the eject button and the fire button so you don’t eject it by accident. The chamber holds 0.3 grams of wax—I found that it works best with 0.1 gram at a time.
Colors: Gold, iridescent, orange, silver, black, blue, green purple, red
Using the Weezy was extremely intuitive. It seems to be ideal for beginners because there is almost no learning curve. It’s easy to load, and it has a deep chamber that you can just drop your wax into. It heats up almost instantly, and the vapor production is on the smooth side but it still hits hard. It didn’t make me cough much, even on the highest 4.2 volt setting. This is typical of fully ceramic heating systems.
Another advantage of this type of heating system is the flavor. It’s very clean. All you taste is the concentrate, down to the end of the session. There’s none of that burnt taste that you can sometimes get with coil-based atomizers. The mouthpiece doesn’t get very hot, and the magnetic connection makes it super easy to pop the hood off to reload or check on your material at any time. The atomizers go for $14.99, which is decent considering that this style tends to last pretty long. I’ve been using the same one for nearly a month and it’s still working just like it did on the first day.
The battery life is really good on the Weezy too. At the rate that I was vaping, I got a few days out of it. If you are going crazy on it, you can probably still get through about a whole day’s worth of dabbing. There’s a micro USB port on the side of the device and you can still vape it while it’s charging.
Overall, the Weezy is a solid concentrate vaporizer. I can’t really find any major flaws with it. The only thing I could come up with is that it is a bit chunky in size, even though it’s lightweight. There is some minor button rattle going on, but I’m just being nitpicky now. I think the Weezy offers a lot of value in terms of convenience and performance, especially considering its competitive price point.
The Deezy is a portable flower vaporizer. Portable might even be an understatement; it’s one of the smallest and most discreet herb vaporizers I’ve ever seen. Its dimensions are 4 x 2.5 x 2.5 inches and it weighs about 64 grams, so it’s surprisingly lightweight for a weed vape, but it doesn’t feel flimsy. It almost looks like a little oil pen vape.
The device has a matte finish and is available in six different colors.It features a glass stem mouthpiece with a protective magnetic cover. It utilizes replaceable screens and is easy to keep clean. The ceramic herb chamber is narrow, cylindrical, and holds up to 0.3 grams of flower. Other features include an 1100 mAh battery, haptic feedback and an OLED display.
Temperature on the Deezy is adjustable between 302 and 437 F, and it has a Celsius mode too. The entire device is operated by the power button and two temperature adjustment buttons. All of the buttons are nice and clicky, much like the rest of the line. They also say it has a 30 second heat up time, which is on par with some of the better vapes I’ve tested lately.
Colors: Black, blue, gray, green, red, white
I was very impressed with the performance of the Deezy. In fact, I didn’t expect such a small device to perform so well. The ceramic chamber provides decent flavor, but I think it excels more in the vapor department. The vapor production is fantastic! The clouds were flowing. And no matter what setting I chose, even at 437 F, there was no combustion whatsoever. The flower just comes out golden brown or looking like tobacco. This is what true vaporization without combustion looks like. Well done on that.
The heat up times are good too. When you first turn the device on, you’ll need to hold the power button again to start your session. Then you can just set it down and it will notify you when it reaches temp with a buzz. A session runs for about three minutes—the device will vibrate when it’s over and turn off automatically.
Overall, I really like the Deezy. One thing I didn’t love was the mouthpiece design, which could easily be updated in the future. Replacements go for $10 on their website. Also, the glass section seems to be permanently attached to its metal base—it would have been better if it were press-fit or held in by O-rings or magnets instead. But I do appreciate that the vapor path is isolated from the battery, which is probably why they needed to place the USB port on the bottom of the device instead of on the side.
If Kind Pen made a waterpipe attachment for it, I would have already ordered it by now! Not a real con, but I think Kind Pen should consider making one in the near future. All in all, the Deezy costs less than most of the portables on the market at under $100. It provides solid vaporization without combustion, and comes with a lifetime warranty. They’re also giving away a free metal grinder that’s worth $25!
The Breezy, Weezy, and Deezy are a complete arsenal for vaping. I was most impressed with the Deezy because I rarely see flower vaporizers in this price range that function so well. The Weezy is also a unique device, as it sits somewhere between a wax pen and a pod vape, aesthetically speaking. The Breezy is a solid device for oil carts, it offers a nice voltage range, good battery life and an ergonomic form factor. I had to get extra picky to critique them, but I managed to find a few areas of improvement.
Overall, I would consider Kind Pen to be a dependable brand for cannabis vaping. I’ve only heard good feedback about their vape pens and cartridges up until now, and I’ve had a good experience with all of the products that I’ve personally tested.
How do you feel about the Deezy, Weezy or the Breezy? Leave a comment below and share your thoughts.