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Who's the Flowermate V5 Nano for?
The Flowermate V5 Nano is a great option for those looking for a simple to use, sleek and effective portable conduction vaporizer that checks all the feature boxes at an attractive price. For a little over $100 you get potent vapor, removable batteries, and all the right features for a session that should cost more.
True to the Flowermate V5 series, the Nano uses conduction heat to vaporize your herbs. The black ceramic oven evenly cooks your herbs without stirring, and it comes with a loading funnel so you don’t spill.
Easy to use
The Flowermate Nano has three buttons that do just what you think they would. The big power button turns the unit or the heater on and off, and the two smaller buttons adjust the temperature. There’s no need to stir, so vaping is as easy as loading it up and turning it on without any fuss during your sessions.
Swappable batteries with USB charging
The Nano doesn’t have the greatest battery life by any means, but with USB charging and replaceable batteries, you’ll only have yourself to blame if you run out of juice. In our testing, the Nano vape got 40 - 50 minutes of continuous vape time or 6 to 10 sessions on a full charge with the included battery. What you get out of it will depend on how often and hot you vape, as well as the quality of the battery you use.
Pocket sized with solid build
The Flowermate Nano has an anodized aluminum shell and blending black glass to give it a tough but polished look, and the mouthpiece tucks away into its own storage compartment. At roughly 3.75” x 2” x 1”, or about the same size as the Arizer ArGo, the Nano fits easily into any pocket, purse or bag.
Decent heat up time
Depending on the battery used, the Nano averages about 50 seconds to reach 390F from a cold start. That’s plenty fast enough for a session vape where you will go through the whole bowl in one sitting. If you’re looking for more of a one-hitter style vape, take a look at the Magic Flight Launch Box or one of our Dynavaps.
Digital temperature control w/ vibration
The Flowermate V5 Nano has full digital temperature control from 104° - 446° F (40° - 230° C) and vibrating haptic feedback that alerts you when the vape is turned on or off, reaches temp, or the session times out.
There’s not a whole lot to clean with the Nano vape. Just brush out the oven and brush off the screen after each session. All you need for deeper cleanings is a q-tip and isopropyl alcohol.
The Flowermate V5 Nano comes with a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects and as with everything we sell, you are also covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
What's in the box
- Flowermate V5 Nano Vaporizer
- Glass Mouthpiece
- 18650 2500 mAh Battery
- Loading Cap
- Liquid/Extract Pod
- Dry Herb Pod
- Stainless Steel Screens
- USB Rapid Charger
- Maintenance Kit & Accessories
- User Manual
- Height: 3.75 in
- Width: 2 in
- Depth: 1 in
- Weight: 5 oz / 142 g
- 104° - 446° F / 40° - 230° C
- Fully Adjustable Temp. Range
- Micro-USB Charging
- 1 Year Warranty
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- customer service
I do enjoy this compact vaporizer and its easy to set the temp, however it is very small chamber. I bought it because it has a sealed opening and no dried flower can fall in-between the opening and the machine (this is a huge problem with the CFX boundless). I still gravitate back to using my broken CFX due to its bigger chamber. The Flowermate is a good back up for me and it easier to discrete with.
Y’all are great fast service was vaping with my Fowermate Nano in no time. Great lil toy.
Before I was using a one hitter I bought from my local dispensary and I am very happy with this product. Took me a few days to get used to it but I love it so much. Will recommend to friends.
So far I've purchased and used the Pax2, Davinci, this little guy, and the ridiculously disappointing Ghost MV1, which I have 2 of and neither are worth a damn. Anyways. Of all of them this is my favorite. I liked the Pax2 for it's voluminous hits, and great airflow. But sadly, it is a brick after the internal battery failed after a year's daily use. Next up was the DaVinci which had a removable battery, which I actually really liked... except for the cleaning of the rubber bit. I also began to be turned off by packing directly into the vaporizing chamber as this causes extra mess in the oven in my opinion. Then came the MV1, sold at a good discount at a local shop, which overheats on both of them to the point where my sessions get interrupted by it's ridiculous heat sensor. However I loved it's little cartridge design, and saw quickly how it kept the device cleaner by allowing you to remove the part where it's being cooked and cleaning it. I was able to open their proprietary battery pack and remove and replace the 18650s inside, so in theory it could have lasted forever too. Then came this little guy. At first on opening it I was skeptical, it's plastic and lightweight, but has survived thus far in my pocket moving around. It has a removable battery, and a cartridge system for the oven, which I'm a huge fan of. As a bonus you can load a few cartridges for on the go use. 6 full burn throughs on a single battery, and since I've been using vapes forever, I've got a ton of them! The cartridge design and mouthpiece storage is pretty slick on this device, and it's easy to replace cartridges, although they come out burning hot if you are a high temp guy. Nice thick clouds out of a small amount of material, and it cooks it exceptionally well and thoroughly, possibly the most thoroughly cooked of any I have used so far set at 446. This is excellent because in most vapes there are little pockets of green left in certain areas. The DaVinci tried to solve that with it's heated pearl at the back, but honestly... these little metal carts just roast it, and in my humble opinion transfer the heat to the product really well. I've used a Mighty a few times as well. Honestly... toss up to which I prefer. I know which one I prefer on price though. This device doesn't really get noticeably hot while using it. Not your product, that gets cooked to a cinder. But the device itself barely feels like it's getting warm. Whatever insulation is on the oven is pretty exceptional. Cons and design notes: What would get me to buy the next version of this device is the following. A dual, removable, 18650 battery system. They've been doing batteries like that in the nicotine vape community forever, it's time guys. It's not a huge issue to carry and replace batteries, but I feel like 2 18650s would get me through a full day. I'd absolutely **** for a 3 battery device if anyone wishes to be so bold. While this vape does produce clouds, it's airflow is a little restrictive, and I found myself taking mouth to lung hits vs direct to lung hits. I prefer direct to lung hits. Cartridges are pretty tiny and a ***** to reload green, especially if you lost that damn funnel about 5 days into owning it. I really wish Planet of the Vapes little sealed jar that I've got 5 of because it's been included in various orders, had some kind of built in funnel or straw like thing. I carry those seal jars with me all the time. If you're a device that has cartridges, for the love of god please don't include just one of each. That's cruel and unusual. 3x of each minimum please and thanks. The DaVinci had a little built in pick for clearing the bowl out. You should shamelessly rip that off, and it should be a mandatory feature on all vapes for the rest of time.
The product works amazing, and customer support was more than helpful!