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Recognizable Vape Pen
– A Review –
Concentrate Pen is one of the most recognizable vape pens
The Kandypens Gravity Concentrate Pen is one of the most recognizable vape pens on the market today, and for good reason. Though it’s not without its flaws, the pros most definitely outweigh the cons. Here we review what to expect, the key features of the pen, the pros and cons, as well as some basic trouble shooting when operating the device.
The Gravity Pack from KandyPens at Character Co. with the essentials to get the smooth taste, bold look with style, character and elegance.
What To Know
The Kandypens Gravity Concentrate Pen is one of the most recognizable vape pens on the market today.
The Gravity KandyPen comes with everything you need to get you started right away and on the go with a USB Charger. Its also comes with maintenance tools to keep your pen at its peak.
1x Dual Quartz Atomizer
1x Coiless Ceramic Atomizer
1x Dab Tool/Wax applicator
1x USB Charger
1x Carrying Pack
1x Alcohol Wipe
Setup Your KandyPen
Setting up the Gravity Pen can be a daunting task if you are not sure what you are doing, at Character Co. we are here to help you get a better understanding and knowledge of your new KandyPen.
First Thing to Know
Setting up the Gravity Pen First you must decide if you want to use the ceramic or dual quart atomizer. Once you’ve made your choice, simply screw on the atomizer to the battery.
Using the Quartz Coil
Use the included application tool to place the wax or shatter directly onto the coils. Careful not to touch the coils with the tool itself as you may damage the coils.
Using the Ceramic Coil
Use the included application tool to place your product at the bottom of the dish. Once the atomizer is loaded, screw on the mouthpiece and it’s ready to go.
Power Button The “K” located in the center of the pen is the power button. To turn on the pen, press the button 5 times fast. To change temperatures, press the button 3 times fast. To operate, hold the power button down as you draw from the pen.
Temperature settings: The Kandypens Gravity comes with 4 temperature settings which are indicated by the colour of the LED power botton.
• Pink – 300°F/149°C
• Red – 350°F/177°C
• Green – 390°F/199°C
• Blue – 430°F/221°C
*The colour settings – are very counter-intuitive.
Whereas most water taps are represented by red=hot and blue=cold, it’s the opposite with the Gravity Pen where blue=hot and red=cold. The temperature can be toggled by pressing the “K” power button 3 times. The power button will flash to confirm the new temperature selected. People who prefer a more flavourful vapor experience will want to use the two lowest heat settings.
Those who prefer a denser, bigger cloud will want to use the two highest heat settings.
The Pros & Cons
Here are some of the KandyPens pros and cons that you may or may not know about this product item.
The Gravity Pen Pros
Selection of atomizers to bring some customizer to your concentrate session.
Multiple temperature settings.
Easy to use with just 3 pieces to put the whole thing together, and one button to operate.
Heat cycle time is a long 10 seconds.
Long lasting battery. On average you’ll get between 70 or 100 cycles depending on what atomizer you’re using.
Improved air flow. The Gravity Atomizers have been updated with 4 air flow holes from 2, making it much easier to draw from the pen.
Year Guarantee on the battery by the manufacturer.
510 threading so you can add attachments (either concentrate cartridges or water percs).
Atomizers are interchangeable between the Kandypens Gravity, Galaxy, and Donut. Mix and match all you like!
The Gravity Pen Cons
Atomizer chambers could be larger. It’s not recommended to put more than a pea size portion at a time, or the concentrate will heat and then boil over, causing a mess.
On the higher end of the concentrate pen price range.
If you’re looking for something discreet, you may not like the bright LED “K” at the bottom of the pen that turns on when you hold the power button down to draw
Tips for troubleshooting with the Gravity KandyPen from Character Co. that may solve a problem or may be your solution.
Keeping it upright
After using the pen, try to keep it upright until the atomizer cools. When you lie it down, the hot wax or shatter tends to leak into the air flow holes or into the mouthpiece, making a sticky mess.
Prime it first
If you want clouds right away, you need to prime the pen. Once you’ve loaded your atomizer, press the power button a few times before screwing on the mouthpiece. This will heat the coils and get it ready for you to draw and get those clouds the first time.
Don’t Over pack!
You may have heard the claim that the Kandypens Gravity Concentrate Pen can hold a half gram of shatter or wax at one time without spilling or clogging. Though this is possible, we don’t recommend it. The odds of ruining your atomizer and making a mess are increased when you over pack, and you waste good product. To stay on the safe side, do not fill the atomizer past the air flow holes located on the sides.
The “K” light flashes multiple colours when holding down the power button
This means there’s an interruption between the atomizer and the battery. This is caused by over packing the atomizer past the air flow holes. As we previously mentioned, and cannot stress enough, DO NOT OVERPACK!
Remove the atomizer and thoroughly clean both the battery connection and atomizer connection using a Q-Tip and rubbing alcohol.
If that doesn’t work, contact customer care at Kandypens at 1-855-526-3904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You may be eligible for a replacement battery covered by their warranty.
The Gravity Kandypen