Haze Vaporizer Review (V3)


Haze V3 Vaporizer Review [4K] ~9:32

UPDATE: Unfortunately Haze Vaporizers has closed up shop as of 12/31/2018.  Due to this I no longer recommend you purchase their products due to lack of warranty/support/accessories. Head on over to my favorite portable vaporizers and my favorite desktop vaporizers pages to see what I am currently using and recommending.


The Haze Version 3 is a portable vaporizer made by the company Haze Technologies and as you guessed it, the third update from the original. When released, the OG Haze was one of the first dual bowl vaporizers offering the ability to mix and match materials.

For instance, you can have one chamber with dry herb and the other with some e-liquids. Get in a quick session with some Sour D and chase the smell away with some fruity e-liquid flavor.

It can also vape concentrates via the included all-purpose cans. This is truly an all in one portable vaporizer for someone who likes to have options.

Now the original Haze and the version 2 had some issues with the mouthpiece sticking with moderate use. But the new Version 3 Haze has completely fixed the issue. They added a lip to the mouthpiece and boom, no more sticking.

haze v3 vaporizer review

The Haze V3 retails for $249. Click here to get it from the same store that I got mine from. Full Haze V3 Vaporizer Review below.

Haze V3 Size, Portability, and Concealment

Haze V3 Mouthpiece Lip
The size of the Haze is similar to that of a flask. It weighs a little more than other portables due to the stainless steel but overall it’s not a deal breaker. It fits perfectly in my jeans pocket and can easily be concealed in a backpack or hoodie.

The mouthpiece secures back into the unit when not in use and they have completely fixed the mouthpiece sticking issue by adding a lip to the glass mouthpiece. The Haze weighs roughly 193 grams (~6.8 ounces) with 2 all-purpose chambers and the mouthpiece stored inside. The Haze stands 3 ¼” tall, 3 1/8” wide and about an inch deep. It’s 4 ¾” tall with the mouthpiece pulled out.

Temperatures, Heat Exchange System & Vapor Path

The Haze uses a patented heat exchange system with stainless steel chambers and a stainless steel vapor path. The heat exchange system works by pulling in cool air from outside the unit and passes by the air that exits the unit. This cools the exiting vapor while simultaneously preheating the air entering the chamber which helps conserve battery life.

The average heat up time is between 50-60 seconds and it maintains a pretty constant temp regardless of draw strength. It also does a very good job of evenly vaping your herbs without having to stir or mix.

Haze v3 Dual Chamber System & Packing Techniques

Haze V3 Dual Chambers
Like I mentioned earlier, the Haze is one of the first dual bowl vaporizers and they pull it off extremely well. You can use any combination of dry herbs, concentrates or oils with the included cans.

You get two all-purpose cans that can vape dry herbs, concentrates, and oils. Then you get 4 screens for dry herbs. Two convection screens and two conduction screens.

I’ve tried them all for dry herbs and I recommend that you use the all-purpose can, grind super fine and pack down the herbs tightly in the trench. I get about .2 grams in the all-purpose cans and a little less in the conduction/convection screens. One can fully packed is definitely enough for one person and just right for two.

You can also pick up an extra two-pack of the all-purpose cans for $10.99. This way you can pre-pack 4 bowls for trips and easily swap them out when you are finished.

Batteries, Charging Info, and Session Times

Haze V3 Batteries
The Haze comes with two external rechargeable lithium ion batteries. The exact Haze battery model is “3200mAh Li-ion 18650 3.7V” which is a big upgrade from the original 2600mAh in the 2.5 Haze version.

The batteries are my favorite part about the vaporizer because I can always have one on the charger ready to go. If I know I’m heading out for the day to go hiking or snowboarding then I’ll make sure both are fully charged before I head out.

I can get on average four sessions per battery and each session lasts 10-15 minutes depending on your herbs, grind quality and what pre-packing can you decide to use.

Note* – They sent me the 3200mAh batteries for the review unit. The default batteries are 2600mAh. You can get the upgraded 3200mAh batteries for $30.

The Haze comes with an external charging dock which can charge one or both batteries in about 4 hours and they also offer a car charger adapter which plugs into the charging dock. Having multiple batteries is a life saver because you can’t use this unit if you don’t have a charged battery.

Haze Accessories

The Haze comes with a couple cleaning items like a brush and scoop which are pretty standard when buying a new portable vape. It also comes with two different mouthpieces, one all glass and one stainless steel.

The glass mouthpiece is said to have the best flavor but I don’t really notice a different between the two. The stainless steel mouthpiece seems to be a bit cooler on the lips.

Haze v3 Warranty Information

The Haze vaporizer is backed by a 10-year warranty covering against defects in materials and craftsmanship.

From Haze Technologies… Haze is backed by a 10-year manufacturer’s warranty. It does not apply to normal performance degradation, batteries, or glass mouthpieces.

Summary & Where to buy the Haze V3:

If you want a portable vaporizer that allows you to vape all materials (Dry, Concentrates, Oils) then the Haze v3 vaporizer is what you want. The dual bowl system and the pre-packing cans make loading and unloading extremely easy. I have unlimited options as far as what materials I want to vape and how I want to vape them.

The 10-year warranty is a testament to the quality of the product and Haze Technologies is heavily involved with the vape community. They are constantly making changes and upgrades and seem to be a company to keep a look out for in the future.

You can click here to buy the Haze V3 from the same place I got mine from. They have fast/free/discreet shipping and they are an authorized retailer which ensures you get the manufacturer warranty.

If you aren’t quite sold on the Haze you can check out my Firefly 2 review. The Firefly 2 is a pure convection portable vaporizer with quick heat up time (5-7 seconds), low maintenance and it’s currently one of my favorite dry herb vapes for concentrates.

haze v3 vaporizer review

If you have any questions about the Haze or any other vaporizer, you can leave a comment below or send me a message on my contact page.

Haze V3 Dual Bowl Vaporizer

Overall Score
Haze V3 Vaporizer Review

The Haze is one of the first dual bowl vaporizers capable of vaping dry herbs, wax/concentrates and e-liquids. The included cans are extremely easy to swap in and out and I recommend picking up a couple extra all purpose cans so you can pre-pack the bowls for all day activities.


  • Zed Diehl says: November 11, 2014 at 10:14 pm

    What country is your product made in?

    • Buzz Danklin says: November 12, 2014 at 6:48 pm

      The Haze vaporizer is produced by Haze Technologies, which is based in Georgia, the vaporizer was designed in the USA, but they are manufactured in China.

  • Darren says: December 3, 2014 at 5:49 pm

    when you use the cans what temp setting do you use? I don’t seem to be getting much vapor? New haze user.

    • Buzz Danklin says: December 3, 2014 at 7:06 pm

      Hey Darren, I start my cans on setting 3, and then finish them on 4. I also prefer a fine grind, a full can pack, and a I pack the can down a little bit, so the herb stays in place.

      • Darren Argenzio says: December 3, 2014 at 7:15 pm

        Thank you!! Will try!

      • Bruce says: March 5, 2015 at 5:32 pm

        When vaping herb with the all purpose cans, do I use the silicon caps?

        • Buzz Danklin says: March 5, 2015 at 6:49 pm

          Yes sir, definitely put the lid on when using the cans

  • Darren says: December 5, 2014 at 8:47 am

    Hey Buzz, just wanted to get back to you and thank you for the helpful tips re: my haze vape! I am getting better success with the cans by grinding longer and packing into the trench so that air flows under the lid! I am using setting 3 with an occasional bump to 4. They should make a can with a bottom similar to the PnP bullet for even better air flow! Thanks Again!!!

    • Buzz Danklin says: December 5, 2014 at 4:18 pm

      Glad you are getting better results! Haze is actually working on upgraded cans. I will be getting them as soon as they come out, and I will let you know how they perform, as well as update this review

      • Darren says: December 6, 2014 at 10:13 am

        really liking the haze, just wish i didn’t have to carry the stem separate! Is there any way to preventing it from getting stuck in the unit without cleaning it after each session? I have been perusing the forums looking for tips!!!

        • Buzz Danklin says: December 15, 2014 at 5:50 pm

          Unfortunately it doesn’t seem like there is a quick fix. I think it’s just best to leave the stem separate or clean the vapor path and mouthpiece prior to use. I will keep looking for options. I have the v2.5 now and it seems they added a silicon stopper at the bottom of the vapor path. I still haven’t tested it out quite yet but i’ll let you know how it works. I’ll be posting a new review here soon.

          UPDATE: The new Haze V3 added a lip to the mouthpiece and is much easier to remove from the vapor path. It also much easier to clean and maintain the vapor path.

          • Tye says: December 19, 2016 at 5:34 pm

            I have found if you leave the stem in while heating, it is much easier to move. This though, makes one lazy and prolongs the much needed cleaning. I find I am usually good for three sessions before a good cleaning is in order.

  • Trey says: December 24, 2014 at 8:50 pm

    Hey is the vapor quality good, like does it really get u lifted or u have to pack the vape 3 more times to feel medicated.

    • Buzz Danklin says: December 25, 2014 at 8:06 pm

      One full can will get both myself and a friend fully medicated if the herb is good quality.

  • Kenny says: January 15, 2015 at 3:15 am

    Hey, hope you’ll see this i know it’s been a while since the last comment. But you said you have v2.5, how did you get the newest version? I’m in the market for a vape and i’m thinking of the haze.

    • Buzz Danklin says: January 15, 2015 at 2:05 pm

      Hey Kenny, you can get V2.5 direct from their main distributor VaporizerUSA Be careful of sites selling the older models at a discounts to pull in customers.

      • Gary says: March 16, 2015 at 4:38 pm

        You mentioned sellers selling the old model as the new v2.5.
        I just ordered from a seller. How can I tell the difference between the old model and the new, so I don’t get burned.

        • Buzz Danklin says: March 16, 2015 at 6:11 pm

          Really there’s only two different changes (that I know of) and both of them will be hard to tell. First is the temp. Second one which you might be able to tell, is drop the mouthpiece into the unit and see if there is a rubber stopper at the bottom. If not, then you might have the older model. If you do, then it should be the newer. Again, this could be completely wrong and I in no way stand behind it’s authenticity lol ^_^

  • Jed says: January 16, 2015 at 5:15 pm

    Hi Buzz,
    Back in December you mentioned they are coming out with new cans.
    Did they come in yet?
    If yes how do they perform?


    • Buzz Danklin says: January 16, 2015 at 6:30 pm

      Hey Jed, nothing yet man. I have the v2.5 but they didn’t include the all-purpose cans with it so I’m still waiting to see if they upgraded them or if they are the same. I’ll leave another comment for you when they release them or if I happen to get my hands on them early. Thanks for checking out my site.

  • Flo says: February 13, 2015 at 3:11 pm

    Hey Buzz,
    I just wanted to thank you for helping me find the right vape (Haze) for myself!
    Since trying vapes out before buying them is not possible, it was a huge challenge to decide.
    Also most people do not own a huge collection and hence can’t put up a real comparison.
    Your site is the only one, where one single person tried them all!

    • Buzz Danklin says: February 18, 2015 at 1:06 pm

      Glad that I could help you out!

  • andy says: February 14, 2015 at 10:35 pm

    How well does the e liquid work I vape a lot and want to use it for dry herb and e liquid

    • Buzz Danklin says: February 18, 2015 at 12:40 pm

      Hey Andy I don’t use the E-Liquid cartridge too often but I had a buddy stay with me for about a week and he used it the entire time. He really liked the production and the battery life but he did notice that you couldn’t really sit and rip on it for long durations without the vapor getting a little warm.

  • Steve says: March 20, 2015 at 11:25 am

    Thanks for the great info. Just got the V2.5. Used the G Pen, but felt like it was more combustion than vaporization. Haven’t gotten used to the Haze completely (1day old), but it seems to be working properly. Not sure when material is spent, though. Any suggestions? Also, is there any methodology to inhaling to maximize usage and is product vapor being lost when unit is on, but not inhaling. If you turn it off every time, it then takes time to warm up again. Is it best to just continue use, until satisfied or material is spent? Your ideas are great appreciated.

    • Buzz Danklin says: March 21, 2015 at 1:39 pm

      You will definitely be losing some herb while the unit is heating and you don’t inhale but it’s pretty minimal. I find it’s best to just leave the unit on and take a few hits and turn it off. You can also turn the unit off by removing the battery and then continue to inhale vapor so you’re not wasting any herbs as it cools down. Sucks that you have to close the chamber in order to turn the unit off but this is a little cheat for that.

      You will notice the bowl is done when you start getting lighter vapor and your herbs will be brown to dark brown in color. I prefer to use the all-purpose cans on temp 3.

  • jeff says: April 23, 2015 at 6:36 am

    Love my Haze.. About the mouthpiece, not so good.. So here is what I do.. Take a Small zip tie and run it through the lid just inside the lid hinge. Place mouthpiece in and snug up zip tie. Off we go.. Enjoy.

  • Dan says: June 24, 2015 at 10:07 pm

    Thanks for the reviews, Buzz. I found them very helpful when deciding on a portable vape. I decided to purchase the Haze and I’m glad I did. It’s a really cool device, works amazing with flowers and concentrates. The all-purpose cans are pretty much the only ones I use, they just seem to work the best. For flowers, temperatures 2 and 3 do the trick for me. As others have mentioned, the most annoying thing about this vape is the mouthpiece. Maybe the next version will have a heavier mouthpiece to try and counteract the sticking. On Haze’s website, you can get an upgraded version every time a new model comes out for a one time cost of $99, so I’m considering just doing that. They also just came out with this awesome keychain mini case that holds 8 cans, mouthpiece, tweezers, etc. which is super convenient.

  • David says: July 29, 2015 at 7:30 am

    Buzz, cool site bro, Appreciate the detail of your reviews. Quick question: I smoke mainly wax/concentrates and want a vape that can handle both dry herb and concentrates and rip like a champ! Between the haze 2.5 and crafty, which do you recommend? Im stuck between the 2. Ive owned the volcano and loved it and know S&B make great vapes but havent heard much detail in regard to the crafty and its ability to vape concentrates other than the fact that it can So, does the crafty do a good job vaping wax? Otherwise from what Ive read, the Haze is my next best option, any suggestions?

    • Buzz Danklin says: August 21, 2015 at 12:18 pm

      Yea the Crafty does a good job with waxes. Pick up a couple extra concentrate pads so you can just swap in a new one every so often. I noticed the outer shell and casing get much hotter with the pad in but yea it definitely works extremely well. Clean up is easier with the Crafty just because it’s using a pad vs the all purpose cans on the Haze. The nice thing about the haze is that you can load a dry herb can and a wax can and be set for the day. Just nice to have options.

  • 808Dave says: August 6, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    Buzz, thx for all the great info, hoping you can me narrow down on the right vape: I smoke primarily wax(roughly 70% of time) and want a vape that can handle both wax and dry herb and vape both well. I’m pretty set on either picking up the Haze2.5 or the crafty, which would you recommend for the heavy concentrates smoker who also wants to vape dry herbs? I really like both units and can’t decide but am leaning towards crafty. Appreciate the help!

    • Buzz Danklin says: August 9, 2015 at 11:16 am

      They can both do concentrates extremely well so it’s a tough choice based on just that. The Crafty battery life is definitely slacking when you compare it to the Haze which uses replaceable 18650’s. I think that’s really the only downside when you compare the Crafty to the Haze. The Haze requires a little more cleaning and the mouthpiece will get stuck in the unit after a few sessions. These aren’t terrible downsides but overall I just feel like the Crafty was designed a little better.

      Other thing with the Haze is that you can pre-pack and pre-load chambers if you are heading out for the day and if you do decide to do any long trips then you can just bring replaceable batteries. Once the Crafty dies, you are kind of sol unless you have a portable charger.

      Let me know if you have any more questions.

  • jonhkruger says: September 6, 2015 at 12:18 pm

    hi buzz, have you tried the haze v3? and how you compare it with crafty (which is the only I’ve tried)

    • Buzz Danklin says: September 6, 2015 at 12:41 pm

      I just got it in and I’m doing some testing. I really like the improvements they made with the mouthpiece. I’ll be releasing a review here soon. The Haze does offer much better battery life than the Crafty but i’ll get into the details and get back to you.

  • Mickzilla says: September 30, 2015 at 7:19 pm

    Hi. A few questions:
    What is the difference between the Haze 2.5 and 3.0?
    Do you think the Haze is *easier* to clean? You say it requires more cleaning than the Crafty (and I know about the sticky mouthpiece issue) but I care more about ease of cleaning than frequency of cleaning . I have a Crafty and have never cleaned it — mainly because it has a lot of parts and I know that I’ll need to follow the instructions (don’t ask) at least the first time. It suddenly won’t draw at all but I assume it just really needs to be cleaned. :-)
    What would you suggest I get if I want a second vape with the most important features being low(er) price, ease of use, ease of cleaning, uses herbs and doesn’t use manual heating. I am willing to forgo better taste, draw, cloud size, etc.

    • Buzz Danklin says: October 2, 2015 at 12:00 pm

      The frequecy of the cleaning and the amount of cleaning involved with the Haze would be less when you need to do a full clean, but I feel like you need to do more maintenance with the Haze in order to keep it running its best.

      The Crafty will go and go and go without any cleaning at all. But yes, the Crafty will require more of your time to competely clean it in the end.

      Honestly, the new Pax 2 is one of the easiest portable vaporizer to clean right now because you really just run a pipe cleaner down the vapor path and thats the end of it. With teh Crafty, you’re taking stuff apart, removing seals, and you have to be carefull not to break stuff. The Pax 2 no longer has the mouhtpiece issues like the first one and the batter life is MUCH better on teh Pax 2 vs the Crafty. Only downside I feel like on the Pax 2 would be the draw resistance.

      Other than that, if you can wait a little bit. I recomend the Grasshopper. YOu will absolutely love it. Very minimal cleaning, very portable and a fraction of the cost of the other popular portable vaporizers right now. Let me know if you have any more questions.

  • Mickzilla says: September 30, 2015 at 7:23 pm

    And … forgot to ask this: Since you say it comes with all-purpose cans and that is what you prefer, do you mean using them without any screen at all? That’s what I inferred from one of your above responses.
    Thanks again.

    • Buzz Danklin says: October 2, 2015 at 11:56 am

      I use the all-purpose cans with the black lid over the top.

  • Shan says: October 25, 2015 at 2:06 pm

    Hey buzz I have been waiting for the haze v3 review and I am sold. I would like to know how the vapor quality compares to the pax 2.
    Thank you very much for your time..

    • Buzz Danklin says: October 25, 2015 at 10:09 pm

      About the same but less draw resistance on the Haze which I really like.

  • Dave Klein says: December 17, 2015 at 2:31 pm

    Hi. I wanted to know how the Haze 3 compares to using an oil rig. Also, if it doesn’t compare , which portable does. Thanks.

    • Buzz Danklin says: December 18, 2015 at 1:06 am

      No portables will hit near as hard as an oil rig, the Haze will produce quite a few draws from very small amounts versus a single rip. The Haze vapor has better flavor and will be much smoother in my opinion.

  • haze fan says: January 8, 2016 at 7:50 pm

    Ok I will say this vape has exceeded all expectations and would buy another one in a heartbeat, but this is what I wish i had known as soem problems could be prevented:

    love the haze, it is nearly perfect but there are some issues..1st- gotdayam batteries turn to shit and won’t heat up if you let them get to the red light (low battery) more than once…and there is no way to tell when it is getting low and about to turn red, so really you cannot use the battery for more than few sessions or you are risking getting too low in battery life and the battery will never work the same again and won’t reach temp. YOU MUST RE-CHARGE BATTERY OFTEN to prolong life…you cannot let them drain out
    SO you DO need to worry about running out of battery life and remember how much time you’ve used each battery for or you will hit red light and your doomed. NOTE: manual mentions this so this was fair warning, but a warning light the comes on prior to red light of death would be useful
    The second pain in the ass is the mouthpiece still gets stuck pretty quickly (use tiny amount of coconut oil on mouthpiece stem to prevent this) and unit needs to be cleaned quite often to prevent this to and keep vapor path beside can clear. That is the pain I guess using ISO all the time is gross…but if i figured out if let it dry out real well near a heating vent it will get rid of ISO residue in vapor path after cleaning .

    The batteries are the main strength but also a drawback if you don’t charge these all the time as it’s a pain to order more in some parts of world. I would say you can get about 45 mins out a battery before you need to charge it, any more than that and you risk hitting red light

    If you keep this thing clean it will get good almost clouds, but gotta keep vapor path and cans real clean….The cans are what make this thing so great

    Other improvment i wish they would add to next version (version 4?) would be option to hold two batteries and vape both cans at once for group seshs…that would be insane, also selector/on switch that doesn’t stick out as it is just waiting to break off the way it sticks out if it falls

    Must have item – but make sure to clean often and never use battery too long, if it seems liek it taking too long to heat up turn it off and jsut use fresh battery avoid RED LIGHT

  • Maximilian says: January 11, 2016 at 10:12 am

    For me it get’s hard to pull after a month or so. I clean up the haze with alcohol q-tips. But I have to pull pretty strong. Do you guys have any idea of how to fix this problem?

    • Buzz Danklin says: January 11, 2016 at 10:17 am

      Try a little lighter pack in the cans and go over them with some ISO as well. I would also make sure that the inside of the mouthpiece is nice and clean too. It could be that some material has got into the vapor path but I would just give it another good clean and if you still have problems just hit up Haze Technologies support and they will take care of you. 10 year warranty for the win.

      • Maximilian says: January 11, 2016 at 12:52 pm

        Yeah 10 years warranty are a big plus to the haze ^^ I think that I just have some kind of paranoia that the haze is not working, because it’s a new one. And I want it to work perfectly. I will buy some ISO. Is Isopropanol Isopropylalkohol 99,9% ok?
        And thank you for your quick answer ;)

        • Maximilian says: January 11, 2016 at 1:01 pm

          Oh and you have written “the mouthpiece will get stuck in the unit after a few sessions.”. Is there any way to fix this? Is cleaning the mouthpiece with ISO enough?

          • Buzz Danklin says: January 11, 2016 at 1:05 pm

            That was with the old version 2.5 Haze. The new Haze v3 added a lip to the mouthpiece so its much easier to remove and can be stored within the unit.

  • Isa says: March 2, 2016 at 9:46 am

    I just got my Haze v3 and the batteries are 2600 mah, i don’t understand how come you got 3200 mah ones­…

    • Buzz Danklin says: March 4, 2016 at 2:54 pm

      It looks like they have switched back to 2600 mAh batteries now, and that it’s an option to upgrade to the 3200 ones. Luckily they improved the heater efficiency with the V3, so it still outperforms old models with the 2600s.

      • Monk says: October 5, 2016 at 11:19 am

        Seven months and you haven’t yet updated the article with the correct battery size (but there was an update less than a month ago) ;) Created a bit of confusion on my end at first. Good to hear about heater efficiency improvements. You could add a note in that section that to get the 3200 mAh batts is an additional $30. Thanks for the review!

        • Buzz Danklin says: November 8, 2016 at 11:50 am

          Updated it!

  • Sarah says: April 26, 2016 at 7:44 pm

    I’m helping determine what vaporizer to buy for a family member with cancer. I’ve done a great deal of research as I’m a novice at the vaporizing options. I really appreciate your website! Based on what I’ve read, it seems the Haze V3 or Crafty may be my best options but want to get your thoughts. What I’m looking for is the option of either herbs or oil. I want to stick with a convection vaporizer. This is for one person to use, ease of use is important as I won’t always be there to help get her get it ready each time. Battery life isn’t that important. The Firefly looks great but need something right away. What do you think of Haze or Crafty for her needs or is there something else you’d recommend? Thanks!!

    • Buzz Danklin says: April 29, 2016 at 5:26 am

      Hey Sarah,
      In your situation I would go with the Crafty because it is one of the easiest to use and most consistent vaporizers. It works great with both dry herbs and liquids. The Crafty also has a higher percentage of convection heating compared to the Haze (both have some convection and some conduction heating involved)

  • Michael says: May 31, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    I’m curious about using the Haze v3 with dry herb. I’m looking for a convection vape since I hear it’s generally better for your health and smoother to hit. With the Haze v3, I understand that you can use a convection screen, but when using the dry herb cans that you can pre-pack, would that be considered convection or conduction? Thanks!

    • Buzz Danklin says: May 31, 2016 at 5:59 pm

      Hey Michael, the pre-packing cans will be conduction and really the convection screens are more conduction than convection. If you are looking for a pure convection unit I would check out the Firefly 2. Faster heat ups, better vapor quality and the FF2 is currently my favorite dry herb vaporizer for concentrates.

  • John says: June 13, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    Can you use an ecig battery charger to charge batteries?

    • Buzz Danklin says: June 13, 2016 at 5:15 pm

      Haze recommends using their own charger, however I read of a few people who have used third party chargers. If it’s a universal smart charger, it *should* work just fine. I have seen people using the nitecore i4 with the Haze.

  • Nelson says: November 16, 2016 at 9:20 am

    I have the haze 3v for about a year now and the right oven seems to heat up but there is no vape from it the one on the other side works find have you heard of this happy before and I did clean it but it won’t work

    • Buzz Danklin says: November 16, 2016 at 5:06 pm

      Nope. Might be time to contact support and use that warranty!

  • Vibhu says: April 23, 2017 at 5:36 am

    Nice article…
    Buzz can u help me out ? From where can i buy this product in india if its possible because v2 series and all its parts iare available here but not haze .. And if i dont find haze is v2 series 7 a good option ?


    • Buzz Danklin says: April 23, 2017 at 12:16 pm

      I’m not for sure on that one. Check out Haze v3 at vaposhop. They might be able to ship to you.

  • Glen fisher says: April 24, 2017 at 10:07 pm

    How close to odorless is this? Could I use it in my appartment without anyone knowing ?

    • Buzz Danklin says: May 11, 2017 at 10:10 am

      With the window open and a spoof maybe. If you are looking for the least smelly vaporizers, I would check out convection units like the Firefly 2 or the Grasshopper. Both of these units will only heat your herbs as you are drawing which eliminates a lot of smell.

  • Pb says: July 6, 2017 at 11:39 am

    Hey Buzz! Love the site and your instagram pics. Your reviews are so in depth. I wrote you a way too long email asking your opinion on haze vs pax 3, but I went with my gut and got the haze. And I freaking love this thing! I got it for on the go use, imagining passing and swapping multiple cans, and also to start using waxy concentrates, but I really just drive this thing at home everyday with ground dry materials. It’s my second vape and I still consider myself new, and this couldn’t be easier. My first was an exxus mini which is cool but had a serious learning curve for a new vaper. This couldn’t be easier. And I told myself I was only going to be using the two types of cans so I got lots of those… but I love the convection screens. Gotta get more. Was afraid to use because I figured the cans would keep the unit cleaner, and so many reviews say the haze is hard to clean. Couldn’t be easier. No real mess with the screens, cleaning is a breeze. Iso qtip down the path, brush down the mouthpiece (sometimes iso wipe outside), sweep chambers (usually nothing in there), and i iso wipe the steel chamber covers and thats it! I soak my cans in iso but honestly the screens are so much easier at home, i thought they would get sticky but they just dump out! Gonna start using cans on the go only. I’m encouraged to do it often since it only takes a minute or two. No stirring mid sesh, another turn off of my previous vape, and so easy to draw. Gonna lay off the concentrates till there are more options in my area as I wasn’t impressed by my first forray, so I’m especially glad I got the haze for versatility cause I can’t say enough how much I like it as an everyday dry herb vape. Thanks for your reviews, definitely helped me decide this was the right one for me.

    My one question is how do you feel about iso qtip wiping the chambers? They seem to have gotten discolored pretty quick. I have done it, especially after concentrates, but it doesn’t seem to do much anyway. I tried heating the chamber for a sec and then wiping and that helped a little. The haze manual says nothing about giving the chambers an iso wipe, just sweeping them. Should I bother? I’m not hurting it am I? Thanks for any feedback!

    • Buzz Danklin says: July 26, 2017 at 9:51 am

      PHIL! My man thank you so much for the kind words and your review of the Haze vaporizer. I also love mine and actually just used it the other day! You can definitely use some ISO on a q-tip to clean out the chambers. Use a very small amount and turn the unit upside down so the chambers don’t collect any liquids. Just use a small amount!

  • Pb says: August 28, 2017 at 11:51 pm

    Buzz! Thanks for writing back man! I used a Lil iso but the chambers are unfortunately just a Lil stained, as are most of my cans from the wax I was using and it didn’t come off. But performance doesn’t seem to be affected at all and I don’t mess with the fake wax they had going around anymore so no real problem.

    Figure id share some of my experience over a month in. My haze is going great for just herb, absolutely love standing up to pack it once to vape twice! I get compliments on the look from anyone who sees it. Packed several tins in advance and put them in the Keychain, put a few extra batteries in my pocket and medicated a friend’s little wedding party that flew in from outta town for a whole weekend around nola. It’s everything your review had me thinking it would be.

    Some downsides/pointers? The glass stem is super delicate. The first drop resulted in a tiny chip around the lower rung that made the fit in the path not so perfect as originally engjneered. And it’s definitely the winner of the two stems on taste. Maybe too hot if you are ripping like a monster for hours never been too hot for me. Not really a problem with the vape but if someone gets it they’re gonna like that one better so fair warning maybe glass at home only steel on the go. The cleaning does start to get annoying after the initial honeymoon is over. But it’s doable and absolutely necessary every 6-8 sessions. And I did two things wrong that led to restricted airflow in one of the chambers, which is gone as soon as I corrected it. 1, I was raving about those screens but I would avoid. They definitely gunk up the insides way faster than the cans, and whereas you can clean the cans there really is no way to clean the screens once they darken and the mesh corrodes from repeated use. The flavor even gets bad. The initial slightly bigger rip than the cans isn’t worth it, imo. Really a clean haze with clean cans and a slightly stronger than drinking a juice box draw on level 2 produces all the cloud you can ask for. Pick up extra cans to rotate and soak in iso. 2, I didn’t watch the cleaning video, and from all the tips I read missed one critical thing, gotta clean the path directly from the chambers, the hole on the side. I used their brush but the tight fit and the resin buildup plucked some of its bristles. Got some sturdy pipe cleaners (similar result to the brush with cheap ones) and some time of dedicated cleaning there and open draws returned. Now it’s routine and flow is free again. Also she’s a smelly vape. She looks good and can be concealed and used fairly discreetly for its size (mind you I have big hands and I live in nola and don’t really worry about being discreet too often), but once you start to vape nobody will need to wonder what’s in that “flask”. So if you’re the ultra paranoid (not judging, you have your reasons) this may not be the one, or at least not your “out” vape. Also, yeah, gotta pack what youre gonna finish. This vape will still be hot and extracting if you close it. This also isnt a problem for me, but from what i read there are lots of lighter users who want to sip and close. I have a hopper for that. Or even my exxus mini is good at pausing a session. But that’s it. Keep it clean, keep your batteries charged, and enjoy! If you vape out a krewe or, like me, you just like to pack a lot of herb and sit down and blow big vape clouds, this is it.

    But also Buzz can I correct one thing from my earlier post that’s not related to the Haze? I mentioned it a sec ago, my Exxus mini. Its my first vape and I said it wasn’t good in my earlier post. No! Wrong, wrong, wrong. I was a terrible vaper. I was still combusting and wasn’t being patient. Probably since it was a gift and I had spent so much on my glass collection I was like whatever. But when I chose the haze I figured it was only right to give the exxus a better try, learn how to vape better before the expensive one arrived so to speak. Buzz, I don’t know why this thing isn’t on every best portable list! It’s about 125 right? I don’t have a pax but I take it that’s what they aimed for? It’s such a dope little vape. Easy to use if you know anything about vapes, which a short time ago I didnt. FULL DIGITAL TEMP CONTROL. No vape in that price range has that. I haven’t timed it but I’d have to guess 20-30 sec heat up. That’s fast right?? Medium to light draw resistance, never a problem. Instant clean, dump out, qtip around, every now and then heat up and wipe off the resin that accumulates around the top. I ditched the silicone filters and just place good old El cheapo disposable pipe screens on top of a bowl before I place the cap. Vapes EVENLY! a nice tobacco brown, I usually start 375-380 and bump. Nice thick clouds. Small, easily Palmed. Definitely not as stinky as my haze. To be honest, I used my Exxus mini at a zoo! I havent timed the charge, id say maybe 90 mins? Couldnt be more than 2 hrs. I do 3 bowls a charge, might get a 4th but i have a few vapes now and I’m usually at home so i dont bother. You have to, have to have to review exxus mini, I know it will rank against your most portable and definitely against your best under 150! And I’m sure it’s gotta be mentioned as a poor man’s pax 2. Really can’t understand why not more attention for this vape online. I can’t speak for their concentrate line which seems to be their focus now or the original exxus, but the mini shocked me once I knew how to vape and owned/tried other vapes to compare it to.

    • Pb says: August 29, 2017 at 12:14 am

      And you know what I didn’t even mention, consistent flavor across 6 or 7 nice hits per bowl with the exxus mini, I know that’s important.

      And while I’m at it two more observations about the haze, regarding two minor complaints I’ve seen. 1, hard to pack the little cans. Well at home at least, get yourself a rolling tray and turn the can on the side and push a pile of herb into it. This is how I STUFF mine, and with a fine grind it always vapes even if I can close it. 2, why is the brush so long it doesn’t fit in the Keychain case. The brush is that long for you to hold the broom end and push it all the way thru your stems. It is a flexible metal so it can bend and fit in the Keychain case if you remove the foam like I did.

      Okay I’m done, thanks for letting me borrow the soapbox for a few. It’s just you know so much and so many people get the help they need choosing vapes I wanted to help out and add what little i know!

  • Brian says: December 20, 2018 at 3:25 pm

    I spent a ton of time researching different vapes (largely using your excellent reviews) and FINALLY settled on the Haze v3, but I can’t seem to find it anywhere, including on the Haze official site. I couldn’t seem to find any information about when it will be available either. Have you heard anything about this?

    • Buzz Danklin says: December 24, 2018 at 7:06 am

      Hey Brian, unfortunately you chose to buy the Haze right as they were going out of business. The Haze V3 was a great unit, unfortunately they seemed to have poured all of their resources into their Haze Square and it never really got off the ground.


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