Toronto-based company Utillian is known for manufacturing high-quality and reasonably priced vaporizers – and the 620 is a good example of that. It is a smaller, more compact version of the Utillian 421 and Utillian 722, and is only compatible with dry herb. The 620 features an improved “Helix” convection heating element, a familiar box-style design, and a glass mouthpiece that keeps the vapor pure and flavorful. The 620 also has a simple user interface- making it well-suited for beginners.
The Utillian 620 has a device body made of anodized aluminum and a user interface with three buttons – a power button and two temperature control buttons. It also has a glass mouthpiece with a “cooling chamber” that cools down the vapor before it’s inhaled.
The helix/spiral metal piece is located underneath the oven and is designed to increase heat intensity. The air travels from the intake at the bottom of the device and travels up the spiral-shaped metal piece before it gets to the oven. This creates a more even heat distribution and produces more flavorful vapor while using less dry herb. It is also removable to prevent clogging and for airpath cleaning.