After recently reviewing a dab rig, a couple readers informed me they wanted to medicate with concentrates but were intimidated with the process of using a torch, dab tool, and rig. One loved his mini rig but wanted a more portable device to consume concentrates on the road. A medical patient who recently received her card asked if a more discreet device existed because she had children and a rig did not fit in her one lockable cannabis drawer. My advise for both is to try the EVRI by Dip Devices.
The versatile EVRI (pronounced Every) is a multi-functional cannabis consumption device featuring a battery that connects magnetically to a set of attachments. I received the Starter Pack, which allows me to consume concentrates via a vapor tip, pack-and-go quartz crystal bucket, and 510/pod.
The EVRI battery that attaches to all three consumption devices fits perfectly in my hand and pocket for on-the-go discreet consumption. I have been able to charge the battery before each session, so I haven’t really tested the charge for an extended time, but after the first charge and use, the battery worked for a second and third session without recharging. The magnet is relatively strong and will snap together if it comes close to any of the three attachments. In fact, if not kept in their cases, they will cling together. To power on the battery, press the button on the side five times. To change the temperature setting from blue (2.6V) to green (3.4V) to red (3.8V), press the button three times. EVRI powers down automatically after several minutes of nonuse for safety and to preserve battery life
The EVRI Vapor Tip is the attachment I have been using the most. With the Vapor Tip, I can dip the end of the attachment directly into my GMO butter container. No accessories needed. Hold down the button, lightly touch (don’t gouge) the tip into the concentrate and inhale slowly. The EVRI delivers a robust hit but also allows me to enjoy the full flavors of the concentrate and better measure the medical benefits of each strain over a longer period of time.
I have loaded the Quartz Crystal Attachment several times with Macnanna Crumble and GMO butter. After couple times, I figured out how to load (with my Dip Device’s metal dab tool) two to three buzzes worth of concentrate. The Quartz Crystal and battery cradles snug in the palm of my hand and works like a traditional pack-and-go dab pen. It’s extremely portable and discreet and easily fits in my pocket when I need to put it aside for a bit. I tend to use this attachment more when I’m out of the house for short trips.
The 510/Pod Attachment has one end that connects to 510 cartridges and the other end that connects to refillable e-juice pods. I screw in my Outer Space cartridge and set the heating power to low for full-blown rips. Pods are recommended for a low power setting, but I have to apologize for not reviewing the pods. I couldn’t find one from the time I received the product to the time I reviewed it.
A dab rig gave me an appreciation of how big of a rip and blown out I could get off concentrates, but the EVRI had given me the ability to pace strong but deliberate hits for a more sustained and measured buzz. When I’m tired with one attachment, I easily snap on a different attachment (without powering down) and rotate between the three throughout the day. For optimal performance and flavor, Dip Devices recommends replacing attachments every 6-8 weeks of use.
Dip Devices also donate an additional 1% for select products like the Red EVRI, which supports the American Red Cross to provide emergency assistance and disaster relief across the U.S. Previously, Dip Devices raised more $4,0000 for Marine Conservation and more than $3,750 for LGBTQIA+ communities.
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