Feather Co. Vape Review By Victoria Dekker
Around $50 (varies state-to- state)
One half-milliliter of pure, unactivated cannabis oil. Between 100-150 draws per lifecycle. Comes in indica, sativa and hybrid formulas (though plans for CBD and RX versions are in the works).
Though this next-level vape pen isn’t officially on the market yet, it’s worth the wait. The disposable, pre-filled unit uses the most cutting-edge extraction technology, and its innovative, considerate design is the byproduct of years of market and tech research. Feather’s tailored cold-pressed oil is extracted with specific intention: retaining all the terpenes, compounds and cannabinoids in the process. At the core, it’s the closest full-flower vaping experience a cannabis enthusiast can expect, but with the added benefits of a discreet, convenient little package. Operating this pen is mind-blowingly simple: inhalation-activated, the Feather’s internal atomizer quickly converts the chambered liquid to a gas, simultaneously heating the resin to activate THC and CBD. A soft white light illuminates with every inhale, and the pen is ready to go wherever, whenever. No charging, no buttons, no fuss.
Producers are coining it the “other essential,” and we’re hard-pressed to disagree. The Feather is perfect to toss in one’s gym bag, purse or pocket, and its muted gold design punctuated with delicate silver feathers is so shit hot, it’s the talk of every session circle it enters.
Feather drops at fine retailers across Colorado in April, followed by Nevada, Oregon, and eventually, California and Canada.
The sativa pen is equal parts uplifting and euphoric, with the cleanest, clearest sensation one might hope to achieve from a compact vaporizer. The ideal social lubricant, active wellness and gettin’ shit done accessory.