graded green disposable vape pens

The third and final product by this brand that I’ll be reviewing, with my latest review being the Graded Green CBD Crumble which is certainly worth a read, I’ve now been taking a closer look at their vape range.

The brand produces e-liquids, disposable CBD vape pens and disposable cartridges, along with various vaping devices such as Dynavap and Linx Ember Vapours.

How Does It Work?

The disposable vape pens are delivered in a little packet which you can easily tear open, with the disposable vape device being 4 ¼ inches by ¾ inches.

That means it will easily fit nice and snug into your pockets, which is exactly what I did, with the aim to test out whether it would break.

I tried a disposable vape pen once before and it cracked and leaked in my pocket, so that was one of the aims of my test and I’m happy to say there was no spilt oil in my pockets or cracks on the pen.

The vape pen comes readily charged and good to go the moment you get it out of the packet. However, if you are heavily using it and you’re finding it’s starting to slow down, it has a charging point at the base so you can easily top up its power.

I also love the fact that it’s pre-filled, so they’ve really taken away any effort on your behalf. I am quite lazy when it comes to vaping, I did always prefer whenever it was setup for me (don’t judge me), so this was an instant thumbs up from me.

You can also tell it’s filled right up to the top; they don’t skimp out and try and put in less, you get your complete money’s worth. It’s not like a bag of Walkers where you open it up and see six small crisps at the bottom of the pack.

What Flavours Are There?

Graded Green run a great range of different flavours to pick from, including super banana, stardawg, chocolate mint O.G, mango melt, amnesia, birthday cake, blue dream, gastrawbz, gorilla blue, lemon sherbet, sour diesel and zkittlez.

I had the good fortune of testing out mango melt and lemon sherbet, both with their own interesting taste and profile.

The mango had a very tropical hit, unsurprisingly, with the sweet and citrusy scent you taste straight away.

However, the lemon sherbet was my favourite of the two. That sweet and tantalising taste reminded me of those jellied edible lemon segments you got on cakes during childhood and brought a smile to my face straight away. Maybe I’m just a sucker for the lemon flavours!

Does This Contain PG or VG?

No, they state on the packaging and on the website that it’s free from PG, VG, PEG, Vitamin E or food colouring, purely using natural ingredients.

PG stands for propylene glycol and is a base liquid for vaping juice. VG stands for vegetable glycerine and tends to create a more dense vapour than PG.

Between the two and how high they are, it will effect the flavour, the vape cloud and how much it hits your throat.

However, recently VG and PG have been highlighted as potentially being bad for your body, with this study highlighting the potential lung damage it can cause.

Considering how young the vape industry is, there is so much we don’t know and the potential toxicity of PG and VG does certainly scare me, so I try to avoid these as much as possible.

How Much CBD Do You Get?

A full Graded Green disposable vape pen will provide you with 300mg of CBD.

On top of this, you will also get a number of other cannabinoids present in the vape liquid, including (in highest order) CBG, CBDV, THC, CBN, CBC, THCV and CBL.

Where Can I Buy This From?

Regardless of the flavour you choose, they’re all priced at £24.99, available from their website. You may also want to check out the Graded Green CBD Shatter before you make your order, in case you want to try both.

By Tom Bourlet

Being based in Brighton, I have directly witnessed the CBD industry grow and prosper, albeit witnessing the difficulties around legislation and the lack of transparency. I therefore decided to become a neutral viewpoint offering genuine reviews, advice and guidance.

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