The Boundless CFX Vaporizer is a dry herb conduction/ convection vaporizer made by Boundless Vapes. They also make the CF which is the smaller, less expensive version of the CFX. Both of these vaporizers aim for the popular portable vaporizers Crafty and Mighty but with a few differences and a lower price point.
The CFX comes with a full temp spectrum via a 1.7” LCD display and on vape temp buttons. It offers quick heat uptimes and a large chamber for group sessions. The CFX retails for $169. Check out the Boundless CFX Vaporizer Review on the following web site to get an accurate understanding about what features this product offers, and how you can use it to your advantage in the coming months.
The buttons feel very nice and durable, there is no delay from the button press to the screen display and it is easy to read during the day. The screen is also bright at night so you’ll have to cover up the screen if you are trying to be inconspicuous when it’s dark out.
I prefer to start my sessions out around 360F and I’ll step up my session usually in 20 degree increments. You’ll be able to tell the bowl is done when vapor density starts to get wispy and the herbs are a light to dark brown in depending on the temperature you finished at.
The CFX vape is definitely not the smallest portable vaporizer on the market but it does feel nice in the hands and you can pocket it if need be , I still feel like it’s much easier to carry this sized vape in a backpack, hoodie or purse.
The CFX uses a ceramic heater with a ceramic chamber, a medical grade plastic vapor path and a full temp spectrum ranging from 100-430F (38-221C).
One of the best feature of the CFX is that it has a quick heat up time. The CFX will heat up to around 400F in about 20 seconds on average. This makes it one of the fastest heating conduction session vaporizers on the market.
The vapor quality on the CFX is good overall, especially for the price. The vapor density is really good, this thing can kick out clouds. The vapor is cool and smooth.
Other than the screen the unit seems to be very reliable, durable, easy to maintain, and without software errors/delays/weird stuff. It is very clean, simple and easy to use. The only downside is the stock screen. The brush that comes with the CFX is actually a very good tool to use after each session especially if the unit is still warm.
Once you complete your session and the unit is cooling down, just twist off the mouthpiece, empty out the AVB/spent herbs and then brush off the screen. The herbs should just come right off. You can also use the brush to clean out the chamber.
Basically if you stay on top of the stock screen and brush it out after sessions, you shouldn’t have any problems. But if you are out on the go, loading multiple chambers in a row without cleaning/brushing, that is where the CFX can run into more draw resistance problems.