When I first saw pictures of the swift pro online I actually wasn’t very intrigued by its design, meaning the way it looked cosmetically. Well, I finally got one of these in my hands and I must say that the pictures did not do this justice, it’s a very nice looking piece.
It’s actually a little smaller than I thought it was going to be, and its curves and general shape are also sleeker than I imagined. It has a nice smooth surface that feels great in your hand and it’s surprisingly light, although it can feel kind of hollow when you tap on it.
I’m Thoroughly Enjoying The Performance
With a convection heating vape a lot of the experience is controlled and influenced by how you draw from it.
The unit itself just produces the heat and gets it ready, and it’s up to you to draw the hot air up through the oven to vaporize your herb.
All you need to do is take a medium-paced draw that’s at least 10 seconds long, and the longer you can pull the more vapor you’re gonna get and the denser it’ll be.
The flavor and smoothness of the vapor is very very good, I find it to be a pleasure to use and I even prefer it as my morning vape because of how easy it is to fine tune the strength and density of each draw.
The biggest downside to a vape like this is that you have to stir your herb at least once every few draws during your session. This involves sliding open the top piece and using a thin tool to quickly give it a stir, then closing it back up to resume vaping.
I’m using this vape a lot right now and am pleasantly surprised by how good it works. Efficiency is also above-average, it only holds about 0.1g at a time but you can get ~5-7 nice satisfying draws from that amount (and you don’t have to vape it all at once!).
100% pure convection heating (hot air)
Top-tier efficiency – oven holds ~0.1g (gets you ~5-7 draws)
Easy to use, just remember to take long ~10-15 second pulls
Above-average taste and vapor quality (it’s smooth)
Main negatives are below-average battery life and the herb stirring requirement
It’s not difficult to pull from, draw resistance is below-average
Here’s a quick clip of me taking a few draws from it: