If you’re just dipping your toes into the world of dry herb vaping, the EYCE PV1 is your buddy. It’s a breeze to use, and at $80, it’s a steal (buy now). This little champ packs a ceramic oven that loves a tight pack for top-notch extraction.
It’s built tough with a stainless steel airpath, feeling every bit as solid as it performs. Plus, it spices things up with four heating profiles that bump up the heat by 20°F every five minutes to get the most out of your herbs. Seasoned vapers might want more, but for newbies, the EYCE PV1 is a jackpot.
The EYCE PV1 sports a familiar design, with the mouthpiece on one end and the chamber opposite, reminiscent of the Pax but with a slightly larger frame. It’s compact enough to fit snugly in your palm, offering a discreet experience.
Crafted from a metal alloy, the housing feels both durable and premium. A single activation button and a USB-C charging port are conveniently positioned on the side.
Eyce PV1 Mouthpiece
The metal mouthpiece, equipped with three holes for inhalation, attaches magnetically on top for a secure fit and is removable, simplifying the cleaning process for both the mouthpiece and airpath.
Eyce PV1 Chamber
The EYCE PV1 features its chamber at the base of the device, capped with a silicone cover, which is quite the standout choice and aligns with EYCE PV1’s innovative brand identity.
Holding about 0.3g, the ceramic chamber is designed with convenience in mind, sporting a funnel-like top that makes loading your herb a breeze, without any spillage.
Embracing a conduction heating method, the PV1 ensures your herb is evenly heated right against the chamber’s surface. For optimal performance, similar to the Pax and other conduction vapes, a tightly packed oven is key—secure enough that even a little shake won’t dislodge your greens.
The EYCE PV1 comes with four preset temperature settings, dubbed “heating profiles.” Each profile begins at a specific temperature and gradually increases by 20°F throughout a five-minute session, maximizing the extraction process.
It’s a common understanding among vaping aficionados that lower temperatures tend to yield better flavor, while higher temperatures are favored for more thorough extraction.
Presets from low to high
- Blue 350-370°F (low)
- Green 370-390°F
- Yellow 390-410°F
- Red 410-430°F (high)
Having the device itself slowly raise the temp is a pretty smart idea that I wish more manufacturers would have considered. The new Venty (review), for example, has boost modes to bump the temp at the end of a session, but it’s nice to see the PV1 has this functionality integrated into the device.
Performance Quality of Eyce PV1 Vapor
The PV1 delivers quite impressive vapor quality, especially when you factor in its cost. As an entry-level vape, it doesn’t quite match the vapor production of high-end models, but the EYCE PV1 certainly stands out among its peers in the same price bracket.
The EYCE PV1 presents a good value for the price. It is basically a larger PAX with fewer bells and whistles, but that gets the job done efficiently.
It will probably underwhelm you if you’re an experienced user, but it is an excellent starting point for new users looking to get their feet wet for $80. Actually, 10% less if you use our coupon codes.