Anyone in to Vaping? Then this could be for you!
The Firefly 2 turned more than a few heads when it was released back in 2016. Lighter, sleeker and smarter than its clunky and cumbersome predecessor, it felt like the future of cannabis consumption. But in the following three years, the world turned. Today, pre-packaged concentrates and edibles are all the rage. Do dry herb vapes still have a place in today’s cannabis market? The Firefly 2+ makes a compelling argument that yes, they do.
The Firefly 2+ is what that Firefly 2 should have been. At $250, the 2+ is $80 cheaper than the last model and only $50 more than its rival, the Pax 3. What’s more, according to the company, the Plus boasts a 33 percent improvement in air flow. That’s a huge improvement right off the bat given that drawing on the 2 was like inhaling through a coffee stirrer.
In terms of basic hardware, however, the 2 and 2+ are practically twins. The new model is just over five inches long, 1.5 inches wide and just under an inch tall. Its magnesium alloy chassis weighs just under 5 ounces so the Plus is small and light enough to carry in virtually any pocket, pouch or holster of your choosing. You’ve also got your choice of six colors including woodgrain.
Interestingly, the 2+ uses the same 770mAh Lithium Ion battery as its predecessor. However, the Plus also sports improved firmware that does a superior job of managing the unit’s power usage and greatly improves the battery life between charges. So if you’ve got an old Firefly 2 lying around, you can scavenge its battery (ad charging cradle) to use in the new model.