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First Look: Evoke Vaporizer

The creators of the Evoke wanted to make a newly designed vaporizer in hopes of getting something that they were not previously getting out of the vaporizers they were using. What's so different about this vape? You'll have to read more to find out!

The Evoke vaporizer is made by Loto Labs out of Redwood City, California. They are made up of four guys who come from different backgrounds in science, marketing, engineering, and even the arts! Additionally, they all happen to be fans of ice hockey, which is what brought them all together. Thus, they combined their efforts and unique talents to create the best vaporizer they could come up with.

Evokes are made for dry blends, liquids and concentrates, which is perfect for anyone looking for versatility! Evoke is manufactured in the United States, and has a very unique design. It also has a unique mouthpiece and valve system designed to adjust your airflow and to prevent leaks. The battery for the Evoke is made out of environmentally friendly Lithium Iron Phosphate, which is said to provide consistent voltage and will not overheat. The wicks on the Evoke are easy to remove, clean and re-use and they claim the coil will not wear out and break.

So how does it work?

The Evoke is controlled by a micro-controller mounted on a printed circuit board which is enabled by Bluetooth. Like the Crafty vaporizer by Storz & Bickel, the Evoke will be able to be controlled through your smartphone to customize your temperature settings, manage firmware updates, and monitor your battery life.

The Evoke does not utilize conduction or convection heating, but rather induction heating. This will be the first vaporizer to use induction as a method of heating!

If you're not familiar with what induction heating is, Loto Labs has a great explanation for it:

"Induction works by passing alternating current through a copper coil, creating a magnetic field. The Evoke vaporizer uses this magnetic field to heat a special metal wick, which vaporizes material. Using induction this way gives the Evoke advantages in versatility, durability, precision and practicality."

Some members of our team were able to check out the Evoke in real life at the Cup in Denver this April. Check out some of the pictures below!





Are you as excited about the new Evoke as we are? Let us know what you think in the comments!

Featured img via Loto Labs