Step 1: Heat up the Vapro

First the manufacturer suggest you do what is called a “burn out” which is heating the vape to it’s maximum temperature for about 20 minutes to clear the air chamber.

Step 2: Find your temperature setting for the Vapro

Once you heated it for about 20 minutes you can turn it back to whatever your desired vaporization temperature is, mine was a little over half way on the knob. Of course you will want to experiment with multiple temperature settings to find which one is best for you.

Step 3: Pack the Vapro

Now place your ground up herb into the herb chamber that is at the top. With this vape you can actually fit a little more herb than most others and get away with it. I still don’t recommend overdoing it though because you don’t want to risk burning your herb and completely wasting it

Step 4: Begin use of the Vapro

Take a couple slow hits to get the vapor flowing. Once you feel you have a steady flow you can start taking longer, more frequent hits. Taking it slow at first will help the Vapro heat up a bit faster.

Step 5: Refill the Vapro

Once done empty out the herb chamber of the vape, I found that turning it upside down got the herb out the fastest and cleared it almost entirely. Also you can use a small knife to scrape the sides of the herb chamber to get anything left over.

Tip: When experimenting with different temperatures always be sure to start out at the recommended setting and wait until it is fully heated up or else you won’t be getting the temperature you think you are.

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