Posted on: August 9, 2015 Posted by: Deiondre Comments: 3
QuickDraw 500 DLX Vaporizer review in

We were lucky enough to receive a sample of the QuickDraw 500 vaporizer for review in NeuFutur, and we are pleased to report that it is one of the most intuitive products that we have used. The device just requires a 3-second button press to get started after loading the chamber to heat, while an easy pull from the vaporizer will provide users with a solid mouthful of vapor.

QuickDraw 500 DLX Vaporizer review in NeuFutur.comThe build quality of the QuickDraw 500 ensures that it can take jostles and drops in stride while not feeling awkward or unwieldy in one’s hand. The replacement of cartridges for the DLX edition is simple as them system utilizes a magnetic connection rather than a set of threads. As long as one does not overfill the QuickDraw 500, the removal, installation, and replacement of each cartridge is a snap – there is no possibility of misthreading or jamming. The chambers are large enough to contain material for two to four sessions but are not large to the point that material evades the vaporization process. The battery that the QuickDraw uses allows owners to have a number of aromatherapy sessions before needing to place it on a charger.

The package also contains USB and wall chargers along with a set of cleaning tools; the only addition that we would recommend would be to have a cigarette charger (this is not a problem for those that have the ability to charge with a USB port in their vehicle). The vaporizer comes in purple, a light blue, gold, and black colors. The QuickDraw 500 comes in two varieties – the base level (D; $150) contains the cartridge for aromatic blends, while the QuickDraw 500 DLX package ($200) contains cartridges for dry materials, concentrates, and liquids. The ease of use and approachable price of the QuickDraw 500 makes it a perfect birthday or holiday purchase for those that are looking to have a reliable and dependable vaporizer.

Rating: 8.4/10

QuickDraw 500 DLX Vaporizer / $200 /


3 People reacted on this

  1. I have the 300dlx and love it, now the 500 with larger cartridges…. That’s perfect! When would this amazing product be available to the public?

  2. If I were you, I would pass on the QD 500 DLX. The first time I used the extract cartridge, the cheap plastic cap broke. I emailed the company and was told that they do not warranty the plastic caps, but they would be happy to sell me a new cartridge. My advice is to look elsewhere. There are many options. This company has a poorly designed plastic cap that is not covered by their warranty. It’s a money grab. This should give everyone a clue about their business, eh?

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