The NewVape FlowerPot Vaporizer

NewVape FlowerPot

The NewVape FlowerPot is extremely unique and well-made, I love products like this. It’s an herbal vaporizer that was designed to work with any 16mm e-nail, like the one pictured above, and what’s extra cool is that it’s pure convection heating.

UPDATE 10/17: NewVape has updated their FlowerPot components and they’re now even better and nicer than the ones I show in my review video.

Check out these new pictures I took below, the first few pics are of their new Shower Head and the other pics are of the standard sized head but with the quartz dish on top:

FlowerPot Shower Head


Stainless Handle

Shower Head

Shower Head Components

FlowerPot Quartz

FlowerPot Male Base

Hot air is all that heats your herb, and they’re calling it a “twax” vape because you can actually use it to vape both flower and concentrates, even at the same time, which is quite an experience.

FlowerPot Head NewVape custom manufactures their own products in the USA out of Grade 2 Titanium and medical-grade aluminum, and the precision they adhere to is what impresses me most about them.

As you can see in the pic above, this was designed for use with a glass rig, and they happen to sell the rig I show in my review which works perfectly with the FlowerPot.

You can use any glass piece you want with a standard 14mm or 18mm connection, male or female. They offer two different bowls or “FlowerPots”, a male body and a female body, and each one is universal in that it will work with any 14/18mm rig.

Check out my full video review below, it’s about 5 minutes long and I show a few clips of me using it in there:

It’s a relatively simple concept how it works, and aside from the enail controller box there are no other electronic components.

What you’re paying for with this one is the quality of the materials used and the attention to detail with which it is manufactured – the stuff feels like it’ll last forever.

The enail controller box is not the special part, it’s a pretty generic one that’s nothing fancy but it does the job.

Enauil Head & Handle I wouldn’t consider the enail coil itself to be anything special either, which is why you don’t have to use theirs, but what is very cool and unique is the enail handle they make with aluminum and hemp wick.

It’s function is to keep your handle cool and it does a mighty fine job of that, in addition to it looking and feeling great.

Vaporization occurs inside the chamber where the “head” and the “pot” meet. The ONLY non-titanium part of the vapor path is the brass screen at the bottom of the bowl, and as far as my senses can tell this doesn’t affect the flavor or purity of the vapor at all.

Male & Female FlowerPot In my video I show you exactly how I use it, but basically you pack a thin layer of herb inside the FlowerPot and attach it to your rig, and then when you’re ready to take a draw you pick up the heated head and place it on the pot.

You only keep the head on top of the pot for a few seconds while you draw, and right before you finish pulling you take the heater off and clear the vapor from your rig.

In between draws you need to keep the hot head somewhere, so they make a couple of custom stands to keep it on while it’s hot, one of which is the “FlowerPot Tray Base & Lid” I have that doubles as a storage container for used and unused herb. It has a post labeled HOT on one side and a cleaning spike on the other side for clearing out your bowl (make sure it cools down first, be careful!).

NewVape 2 The top piece can function just like an e-nail, so you can technically dab with this too and not even put any flower in it.

Now if you really wanna go crazy you can also vape herb and wax at the same time with this by loading some flower in the pot and then putting the head on top and doing a dab. This is pretty intense, so take it slow.

When vaping flower only it’s a super pure convection experience. The head piece gets so hot that when air gets pulled through those nine holes on top it gets super-heated right before going through your herb.

You’ll need to play around with the temperature settings on the enail controller because even though NewVape recommends starting at 800°F I think you may want to start a little lower to avoid any accidental combustion while you learn how to use it.

LolliCap When vaping bud only I think 750-800°F is a good range to be in, and when using it with concentrates I like to lower it to around 700°ish.

The higher the temp the faster it’s going to heat your herb and the faster you’ll have to hit it. Temps on the lower end allow you a little more time to take a draw without the risk of overheating.

What I also like about this is the versatility with how much you load at a time. Most vapes have a specific amount of herb you should pack them with to get the best performance from them, but with the FlowerPot you can efficiently and effectively vape as little as 0.05g and as much as 0.5g.

The other great thing about on-demand manual heating is that you can take as few or as many draws in one session as you’d like, and the rest will be there waiting for you whenever you decide to finish it off.

Overall, I’d consider this a true connoisseur’s vape. The focus is squarely on the quality of materials used and the complexity of the vapor produced.

When you factor in the manual heating aspect you have a mighty fine example of a fully-controlled convection vape experience, not to mention that gnarly ability it has to vaporize herb and oil at the same time.

Click here to buy the FlowerPot direct from the official NewVape store. I recommend the ShowerHead Starter Kit which comes to $360 after my 10% discount (make sure to use my promo code VAPECRITIC to get 10% off your order). They do compensate me if you use my code but I’m very serious about the quality of their products and I sincerely appreciate your support!

Also, if you get this vape make sure you request a free pick tool from me, it goes perfectly with this setup.

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Check out this short clip of me doing a “double-decker” with the FlowerPot (herb & dab at the same time):


  • Hey,
    I really like your review and am/was all set to buy the Flowerpot setup. I did some further reading and was impressed with the quality of the product and apparent excellent customer service. However, I wanted to know what will appear on my credit card statement. It might be a stupid question but I know they come under ‘Custom Instruments’ and I wanted to know if that is what appears on the statement or ‘NewVape’? So I went online and filled out their form to pose the question. After 5 days with no response, I called their telephone number to which an answer machine picked up. I left a message asking the same question but still no response. I am now having second thoughts. Do I really want to invest $600 in a product if I can’t reach customer service? What if I have a problem with it and need help? At this point my guess is that I would be SOL.

  • Hi great reviews, was looking at a mighty but saw a review of this and it looks well good looks kind of on par with a sublimator for the amount of vapour produced. I know the sublimation actually goes straight to gas rather than vapour. Can you still buy the 16mm shower head unit as I only have a 16mm coil. I have looked at their site and it just lists components for a 20mm coil.
    Thanks in advance for your reply and keep up the great work. ✌

  • I just bought a MiniNail after seeing your other review. It was a tough choice but I think I chose right for $272 Black Friday sale on the universal quartz hybrid deep dish.

  • Received mine in the mail and it did not turn on. Talked to them and they are making me pay for the return shipping. Very disappointed about this device. It seems very cheaply made considering I use my Volcano every day and never have issues. Buyers remorse for sure.

  • Bud, can you review more dry herb/concentrate ‘twax’ style e-nails? I’m looking thru your reviews and there doesn’t seem to be much info or comparisions on what’s on the market. Easy.

  • Hey man! Love your reviews, you are always my go-to channel whenever I’m looking into new vapes.
    How it this unit comparing to the Sublimator? I’ve wanted to get one for a long time but it’s such a hassle to get now. Could this be an appropriate replacement for it? I’d love to get your opinion on that.

    Thanks a lot!!!

  • What is your exact set here. Can you please list all the pieces? This set is exactly what I need! On the website there are no premade sets/kits so I’m rather confused at mm this and male/female stem that etc. Thanks for all your comprehensive reviews, they mean the world!

  • So on gids green earth,,,,what is the price of the whole thing.With part and that part and this part snd that other part. What is the total price? ???????????. Did i im see 120 correctly somewhere? ?????????

  • Hey Bud, I have a question for you.

    Loved the review of this product and I’ve decided to purchase the accessories that make this a twax setup while shopping elsewhere for the non essentials (e-nail controller box, coil, rig etc..)

    Being that this is a pure convection vaping experience, is there any definitive guide that compares the temperature that your dry herb will be heated to in relation to the heat of the enail itself? What I mean by that, is if I use a desktop vape (such as a volcano) and set that to 390 F, I can more comfortably assume my herb is heating to 390 F which lets me easily adjust for day and night time usage depending on what effects I’m looking to get, as well as avoiding combustion, unwanted chemicals and carcinogens, etc..

    In your review, you set the enail to 750 F, even for dry herb. But since you’re not keeping the heating element on the flower, I’m assuming the herb never actually gets up to 750 F – that’s obviously well above combustion. So is there some way to have an approximate idea of the temperature that the flower is being heated to so that one could know how to adjust the enail temp in a similar fashion and get the desired effects?

    Apologies for the long-winded question. Appreciate any advice you can offer.


    • If you leave the heater on top of the bowl yes it will roast it, but if you take the head off and put it on the stand you can leave your herb in the bowl and it’ll be totally fine.

  • This link to buy this Twix to new world vape is not working.

    I liked your review of the plenty but another review I read said you need to hold onto the plenty for 3 minutes and that you could not set it doown to heat. Is this true? Otherwise it sounds like the vaporizer for me. I have a pax I hate that I cannot get t to give me more than one or two draws before it has to be heated again. I give up and smoke.
    Please let me know re holding the plenty for I need to buy a good one. I also read re arizer extreme q as a possibility but sounds like plenty might be better.
    Thanks for your good reviews and videos liked the plenty video.
    Thanks j

    • Judy I have an extreme Q that I’ve had for about 5-6 years now and it has never let me down! I compare it to my buddy’s silver surfer vape all the time.

      • Well I might agree on Pax 1, but the 3rd gen is a very solid and good unit B GESSO. I use it next to a Volcano and a Mighty so I got some reference I think. I get very long sessions out of it with very little material and the stealth factor is superb! All that with 10 years of warranty seem like a good deal to me ;) Stopped taking my Mighty anywhere.

        My best pal owns a Plenty and this thing just melts you :D It needs more bud than a Volcano, but it also hits just a little bit harder in my opinion.So if your looking for a solid desktop unit I highly recommend the Volcano & Plenty, Volc is a bit cooler if you have company, Plenty looks like a construction tool but is the go to unit for every singleplayer :D I tested most vapes on the market, had all the Arizer Units but the ones I always return to are the Storz & Bickel Vapes. (trying New Vape next)

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