Wax and Oil Vaporizers
Concentrate specific vaporizers can be far smaller than those for dry herb because they must only boil off the product like a kettle, as it leaves zero residue. By contrast, dry herb vaporizers must hold the product at a high enough temperature to vaporize the essential oils but not combust the plant, requiring more space to house it and technology to control it. This allows concentrate specific vaporizers, also known as oil and wax vaporizers, to generally be cheaper and smaller than their dry herb counterparts.
Because all of the product vaporizes with ease, concentrate also products a much thicker, and potent vapor.