ALD Polus Disposable Vaporizer Pen Review

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Atomizer and e-cigarette manufacturer ALD has developed a new disposable cartridge vaporizer, the ALD Polus. It is not launched yet at the time of this review, but should be on the market soon.

We have just tested out and reviewed the ALD Cannabar disposable pod vape and I have been vaping with the Polus since then.

The design of the new ALD Polus disposable vape

It is designed with a 14mm wide diameter, making the filling process rather simple. The tank is a 2ml capacity, powered by a 290mAh battery that charges via a USB-C port. It takes about 50 minutes or so to fully charge.

The vape only weighs 22g, making it very portable and discreet.

The viewing windows provide a convenient way to keep up with the content level of the cartridge.

Large Diameter Ceramic Heating Element

ALD uses its large-diameter ceramic heating element that we saw in the Cannabar as well. It seems to help eliminate blockages that often cause problems with reusable carts.

Conclusion

I am personally a little hesitant to use disposable vapes ongoing due to the extra electric waste they create by throwing the battery out with the cart. However, they are becoming more and more popular as they do have upsides, such as much less clogging and better flavor to name a couple.

The Polus is really easy to use and I can see why many of you might be inclined to use a disposable vape like the ALD Polus for your Delta 8 and other distillates.

If you are looking for a disposable CBD or THC oil vaporizer, I would definitely recommend checking out the ALD Polus.

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I have been vaporizing herbs for many years and working for VapeFuse in Australia and Europe. I try every vaporizer and fortunate enough to have this as part of my job. I feel like I am living the dream. I love to hear from other vapers, so always feel free to comment on my posts. Keep on vaping.

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