The Fury 2 is a portable hybrid conduction vaporizer from the company HealthyRips. The Fury 2 vaporizer is an upgraded version of the OG Fury and it’s one of the smallest dry herb vaporizers that I recommend.
UPDATE: I just finished up my review of the Fury Edge which is an upgraded version of the Fury 2. I highly recommend checking out the upgrades on the Fury Edge before purchasing the Fury 2. Let me know if you have any questions about the two and continue reading below for my full Fury 2 Review.
It’s not the best for large groups because the bowl size is definitely on the small side at only around .15 grams but I find it perfect for solo sessions and maybe one more person without a high tolerance.
This is definitely the vaporizer for someone needing discretion. It even comes with a protective smell cover.
I recommend picking up the Fury 2 vaporizer directly from healthyrips. It’s currently on sale for $109. You get one free accessory with lots to choose from and buying direct will ensure that you get a legit product from the source.
Puffitup is also a good place to pick up the Fury 2. They will run sales pretty often and have excellent customer service.
Read on below to get my full Fury 2 vaporizer review and feel free to leave a comment down below with any questions.
Fury 2 Size, Portability, and Build Quality
Size and Portability
The size of the Fury 2 vaporizer is something I was completely blown away by. I was super excited about the size of the ArGo vaporizer but the Fury 2 is even smaller. It’s easy to pocket, easy to conceal and one of the lightest portable vaporizers other than something like the Pax 3 (93g). The Fury 2 only weighs roughly 135 grams.
The outer shell is a “Kirksite Unibody” which is a zinc-based alloy. So far it seems very durable and all the pieces go together nicely. It’s a bit hard to get the mouthpiece off but at least you know it won’t come off on accident.
The on-vape display looks good, the buttons are responsive, the battery level and timer are shown directly on the screen, but the display could be a little brighter. I’ve had trouble seeing it biking on sunny days.
What’s Included + Accessories and Add-ons
Included in the Box:
- (1) Fury 2 Vaporizer
- (1) Mouthpiece
- Extra Screen and O-Rings
- (1) Protective smell cover
- (1) Wall Charger
- (1) USB Charging Cord
- (1) Oil and Wax Pad
- (1) Wax tool
- (1) User Manual
Extra Accessories + Bundle Options
The Fury 2 has tons of options for accessories including glass stems, water pipe adapters, and small bubblers. Right now, you can pick up the Fury 2 with one accessory for $109 or two accessories for $119. Click here to see all the different options.
Heating, Vapor Path, Temp Options
The website claims full convection but I’ve found the bowl to be pretty heavy conduction. I can get massive clouds out of this device especially at the higher temps. When I am not chasing clouds I prefer to vape with this unit around 370F since the higher temps produce some warm vapor. This is why I feel like it’s nice to pick up the bubbler.
The Fury 2 heats up in around 25 seconds.
The Fury vaporizer uses stainless steel fully isolated vapor path.
The temp range runs from 320F – 430F. The higher temps are pretty harsh which is the case with most conduction vaporizers with short vapor paths but the lower temps produce some pretty decent flavor and clouds for the size and price of the device.
Chamber Info and Draw Resistance
Chamber Info (Bowl Size)
The Fury 2 vaporizer holds about .15 grams of dry herb in the chamber. That’s usually a perfect session for one person and you can make it work with two if you needed. If you wanted something that worked better for group sessions, I would check out the Boundless CF. The CF can hold upwards of .5 grams and can work with varying load sizes.
You can still use the Fury 2 in groups but you’ll more than likely be loading a new bowl halfway through the session.
The draw resistance on the fury two about average. This means that it requires a harder pull to get clouds. Both the Xmax Starry and the Boundless CF will have a bit more draw resistance.
Fury 2 Vaporizer Battery Info
The Fury 2 uses an internal 1600mah LiPo battery.
I’ve been averaging about 35-45 minutes of battery life per full charge. This is pretty decent for the size of the device. Other units will definitely offer more battery life per charge but will usually run bigger in size. On the small end, the Pax 3 offers 100 minutes of average battery life and on the big end, the Solo 2 offers nearly 3 hours (180 minutes) of battery life on a single charge.
The Fury 2 has been charging in about 90 minutes from dead. Be sure to fully charge the unit before use.
Cleaning, Maintenance and Warranty Info
The warranty with the Fury 2 is pretty good overall but a bit odd. You get one free replacement unit within one year and a ½ price lifetime replacement warranty after that.
Portable Vaporizer Comparisons
I think the CF is the best overall value in this category of vaporizers. It doesn’t offer a full temp spectrum (Fury 2, Xmax Starry) or replaceable batteries (Xmax Starry) but the CF offers the best vapor quality with the least amount of draw resistance. It has the fastest heat up, the largest bowl (which also works with partial packs so you don’t need to fill it all the way) and It’s the easiest to load and easiest to maintain. Lastly, it’s the best of these three both single sessions and group sessions.
The Xmax Starry is the best portable of the three on paper. It’s the cheapest, it comes with a full temp spectrum, replaceable battery system, arguably the most portable, and great average battery life. It just doesn’t offer the same session experience as the CF. For someone who is interested in replaceable batteries or already has a bunch of extra 18650 batteries, the Starry is probably your best choice.
I like my Pax 2 the best here overall since I am often using my vapes on the go and I can be pretty rough with them. The Pax units are really tough to beat for hiking/biking/skiing. You will get the most rugged unit with the best battery life, but also the highest price coming in at $150 with the Pax 2.
Fury 2 Review Wrap-UP
Small Size, Big Performance
I wish it had a little bit better battery life and a larger chamber but I can’t really complain when I can literally palm the unit for discretion.
Also, be sure to check out my Fury Edge Review before you pull the trigger on the Fury 2.
Where to buy the Fury 2
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