on all orders $75 or more.
On all orders $75 or more
Earlier this summer I reviewed the Utillian 421, Utillian’s ultra-affordable sub-$100 vape. U Vape is currently selling it for $98, and it’s probably one of the best electric portables you can buy for the money.
At the top end of the Utillian portable vaporizer range is the 722, which retails for around $210 - $230 Canadian dollars. In the middle is the Utillian 620, which is currently selling on U Vape for $180.
My experience with the 620 has been excellent. Exceptional, even. It is affordable while providing a suite of premium features and smart design choices that normally come in devices twice or thrice the price. And it’s proven to be robust and reliable - the true sign of a quality vape.
Frankly, the 620 comes as a breath of fresh air (cough) in an increasingly crowded segment. Plenty of vapes have great form factors and quick heating times, but few are able to be as good after 100 sessions as they were on the first. The 620 is one such vape.
What makes the Utillian 620 such a good portable vaporizer? Let’s find out!
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Let it be known that glass mouthpieces are the best mouthpieces for a portable. I can appreciate that many vapes use metal or plastic mouthpieces for cost or design reasons, but glass is the way to go for max draw quality. It holds the flavour better and is nice to the touch. I was happy to see that Utillian wisely kept the glass mouthpiece on the 620.
The mouthpiece section is attached magnetically and easily removable. The use of magnets as attachments is clever, as both the mouthpiece and magnetic stir stool snap into their respective positions and stay firmly seated (but are easy to remove). If you’re someone with nerve damage or RSI’s in your hands/wrists, you’ll appreciate the choice of magnet vs. screw-down or snap-in attachments.
The LCD display is bright and easy to see. It responds quickly to inputs from its three buttons and has a wide viewing angle.
The buttons themselves are tight and responsive when manipulated. The 421’s buttons were fine but had tangible wiggle room, whereas the 620’s button design and operation are both much more refined.
Note that the Utillian 620 cannot be used while it is plugged in and charging (disappointingly).
The Utillian 620 is a quality vape. I like how quickly it reaches temperature, the consistency of vapor quality, and the use of magnetic attachments. As someone with nerve damage in my arms and hands, it’s a nice touch that makes the device more accessible.
I also like the integrated stir stick, precise temperature control settings, and battery life. The 620 makes the cut as an “all-day vape” as long as you aren’t planning on more than 5 hot sessions before charging.
Utillian touts the helix convection as “revolutionary”, and I honestly have no idea how I’d assess that. However, marketing claims aside, the consistency in draw and flavor speaks to the thought Utillian put into the heating chamber and vapor pathway. If that’s because of the helix, then hell yea!