Linx Gaia

159.99
Linx Gaia
88

Performance

9/10

    Packaging

    9/10

      Clouds

      9/10

        Ergonomics

        9/10

          Appearance

          9/10

            Pros

            • Easy to clean
            • Everything but the dried herb comes in the box
            • All quartz heating chamber provides pure flavor
            • Easy to use

            A dry herb vaporizer may be a dream come true for some people.

            The entire idea is appealing to many and a dry herb vaporizer could cut out a good many steps.

            Said to be a smooth burn, which delivers the user a strong and pure flavor, dry herb tanks and vaporizers area gaining popularity.

            What’s in the box?

            The Linx Gaia is said to be the first of its kind, with both conduction and convection burns and equip with an all quartz heating chamber. Keep in mind that the Linx Gaia differs from a conventional dry herb tank because this is an all-in-one device. The user does not need a mod and a try herb tank to get cracking, because the Linx Gaia offers both the power and the burn needed to vaporize dry herbs.

            Let me tell you, this slick, little device packs a punch and offers all the features a user may need. Now, don’t get the wrong idea, when I say punch, I mean the best possible thing. I’ll get into flavor a little later, so please read on.

            First of all, everything you need to get started is in the box. Meaning, the necessary USB charger (no external batteries), filters and a small packing tool all come with the Linx Gaia. All the user need supply is the herb.

            Now, before you go off assuming, there are a number of herbs on the market to put in the Lynx Gaia. A number of legal-in-all-50-states herbs. Also, you can always use regularly available pipe tobacco.

            If you are new to a device such as the Linx Gaia, as I was, the included instructions are right to the point, including illustrations, so you can get it right the first time.

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            How to use

            After charging the Linx Gaia, remove the magnetic cap and twist off the mouth piece to get to the quartz heating chamber. Put in a small amount of the dried herb of your choice, and pack it down slightly with the included packing tool. A filter is already installed at the bottom of the mouth piece and extras are included for future use.

            The Linx Gaia only has three buttons, which keeps it simple for the user. Clicking the fire button five times repeatedly will power on the Linx Gaia, like most standard vape mods. It’s hardy that the manufacturer has kept the same power on method to those already in use.

            The user can then manipulate the other two buttons, which are temperature up and down to set the burn temperature precisely where they want it. Remember that different herbs burn at different temperatures, so you may want to do a little research before you fire it up.

            A crisp OLED leaves little room for doubt, which is good since the Linx Gaia ranges from 200 to 428 degrees. To get going, press the fire button and release it. This will allow the chamber to heat up to the desired temperature. A flame icon on the screen will blink as it heats up and stay solid when the desired temperature is reached.

            Now you are ready to vape and this is where the all quartz heating chamber comes in and let me tell you, it is a treat to the senses. The Linx Gaia gives a smooth hit, with awesome and pure flavor. It’s almost like using no delivery method at all, which is so wonderful.

            Onward to the design of this awesome little device.

            Appearance

            Let me say, the first word that comes to mind:

            Slick.

            Second word that comes to mind would be discreet.

            The Linx Gaia fits neatly into the palm of the hard. Now, I’d say that I have about average sized female hands and the Linx Gaia is both big enough and small enough at the same time. By that I mean that it is easily concealable if that is needed and holds enough dry herb that the user won’t be constantly fiddling with it.

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            It’s smooth and sleek on the outside, with everything needed and no unnecessary extras. Which, to me, adds up to slick.

            The Linx Gaia is available in three colors: stainless steel, onyx and gold. I was sent the gold, a color that would normally not wow me much. Normally I gravitate toward silver or even white in my devices – unless I can get a rocking purple, I have to admit I’m a purple girl. When I saw gold marked on the box before I opened it I was a little disappointed I must admit, but that disappointment vanished when I opened it up and saw it. The Linx Gaia in gold is not gaudy or overwhelming like some other golds. The gold shine is almost whispered to the user, with just enough gleam to be gorgeous.

            Again, let me say, its slick.

            Linx Gaia

            Bottom line

            Now, onto the price.

            Coming in at $159.99, the price would be way to high for me if it were just a vape mod. Meaning, if I had to buy a tank and batteries just to use it, I would steer clear of the Linx Gaia.

            But, seeing that this little device is the whole sha-bang, I think it’s totally worth the price. Like I said earlier, all the user has to supply to get started is power to charge the Linx Gaia and the desired dry herb. That’s a win in my book.

            So, to sum it all up, if you are looking at dry herb tanks or an entire dry herb vaporizer, I would recommend the Linx Gaia. The ease of set up and use, and the pure flavor delivered by the all quartz heating chamber are worth the $159.99. I think you will enjoy it as much as I have.

             

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