Knockout CBD is a newly established CBD company, based in California. I recently reviewed their CBD vape juice line and was pretty impressed by their simple and well-executed flavors. Knockout CBD also offers CBD oil, pre-filled CBD cartridges, JUUL pods, capsules, gummies and flower. For a newcomer to the CBD industry, they seem to be doing things right so far. This review will focus specifically on their disposable CBD vape pens.
All of their products are independently lab-tested for potency. According to their lab results, they appear to be on point. Their CBD products are isolate-based, so they’re THC-free. You could technically consider them broad spectrum because they contain CBDv, another non-psychoactive cannabinoid. I would like to see more extensive testing performed for pesticides, solvents, contaminants, etc. Knockout CBD makes it a point to note that they do not contain Vitamin E oil, which is good to know.
These CBD vape pens were sent courtesy of E-Juice Plug for the purpose of this review.
Strength: 250 mg
Knockout CBD vape pens look like a mini disposable e-cig. Each one contains 0.5 mL of e-liquid formulated with 250 mg of CBD. They’re only available in one strength, but 250 mg is a lot of CBD to pack into a small vape pen!
They look like your typical e-cigarette, only a little bit shorter. There’s a black wrap on them with two colored stripes to indicate their flavor, a tiny “KO” logo and the CBD strength and flavor in small print. The two lines resemble a cigarette filter, but for some reason they are not on the side of the e-cig that you inhale from. It’s not a big deal, just something I’ve noticed; if you aren’t paying attention, you might try to vape it the wrong way.
The vape pens are draw-activated, which means you don’t have to press a button to vape. There is an LED indicator on the tip so you know when it is working. The draw is restrictive and very similar to a cigarette. It produces a discreet amount of vapor, which is what you would expect from an e-cig. Given the vapor production and draw style, I would estimate around 150-250 puffs. This means that, depending on how long your puffs are, you’ll be consuming around 1-2 mg CBD per puff. But I don’t recommend taking extremely long puffs or chain vaping, as you will wear out the coil.
The performance is decent for a disposable device. The flavor is not as intense as it would be with a pod vape, but I haven’t gotten any real burnt hits yet. If I chain vape with longer puffs, the flavor starts to get dry, but it holds up pretty well, considering it’s designed for the shorter and smaller style of puffs. It’s essentially a mini all-in-one disposable version of their cartridges, containing two e-liquid flavors, which are not available in bottles. Check out the full review of the Knockout CBD flavors for more detail on all five of the flavors they currently offer. Here is a brief summary on the two flavors that their CBD vape pens are available in:
Apple: The apple flavor tastes like a granny smith apple. It leaves a tart candy apple aftertaste on your tongue and lips. It’s well-balanced, not too sweet or sour and somewhere in between a candy and natural fruity vape.
Grape: Another well-executed fruit flavor. It tastes just like grape candy, it isn’t overly sweet, especially in this vape pen. If you like grape candy, you’re probably going to like this flavor.
Knockout CBD also offers a rather extensive range of products including:
All of their products are made with THC-free broad-spectrum CBD isolate. They also come with QC codes linked to their lab test results. From what I have seen, their prices are affordable. I would love to try out more of their products in the future, especially their cartridges, gummies and flower.
Are Knockout CBD Vape Pens worth it? Yes, especially if you’re looking for a broad-spectrum disposable CBD vape pen, or just want something easy and compact that doesn’t require any maintenance. It’s a good value for the price, especially considering that they come with 250 mg of CBD. It is one of the more potent vape pens I’ve seen!
I enjoyed the grape one a bit more than the apple, but they’re both pretty solid. There’s no hemp taste because they are CBD isolate-based. Recommended for people looking for a CBD vape that doesn’t require filling, pressing buttons or buying a tank or mod to power it. They’re all-in-one disposable vapes that deliver CBD quickly and effectively.
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