Meet the XMAX Riggo, a super versatile 2-in-1 vaporizer for your concentrate needs. It’s a champ at doubling as an eNail for your favorite rig or transforming into a dry pipe with its nifty silicone housing. Grab the Riggo for about $100 (buy now)
Design & Features
The Riggo’s design is simple yet ingenious. Sporting an Aluminum shell, it’s both lightweight and compact. It’s got a single button for activation and a USB-C port for your charging convenience.
Sitting pretty on top is the coil, crowned with a glass carb cap. It’s a quartz coil with a central stone that’s all about soaking up and vaporizing your concentrate efficiently.
You’ve got options with the Riggo: use it as an eNail by attaching the included 14mm adapter to your rig, or go old school and use it as a dry pipe with the silicone mold provided. While the seal isn’t perfect, it doesn’t hinder the strong vapor delivery. It’s reminiscent of the Puffco Proxy, yet the Riggo is more discreet and won’t hit your wallet as hard.
Comparison with Proxy
The Proxy might boast a glass body and a better chamber for better flavor, but the Riggo is more about portability, discretion, and a friendlier price point.
To get the Riggo going, a quick five-click sequence unlocks it, and three clicks let you pick from five heat settings. I like the Green at 554°F. A single press gets you into manual mode, or two clicks start a session. It’s ready in 15 seconds, but keep an eye on the side LED for the cue—no vibrations here.
Performance & Vapor Quality
For an entry-level vape, the Riggo’s vapor quality is impressive, thanks to what XMAX calls “real-time” temp control.
Pro tip: lower temperatures will give you the best flavor.
The Riggo is a standout for value. It’s satisfying to use, and the switch from pipe to water filter is the smoothest I’ve seen. It’s a cleverly designed piece that’s perfect for beginners at a great price point. And for those looking for more.