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Find out the most common reasons why vape pens clog and how to unclog them.
When in the market for a new vape pen, it’s important to consider all your options. Weighing the difference between disposable vs. rechargeable vape pens is an essential step before purchasing a device. 
It’s been a year of uncertainty in the vaping world as vape-related illnesses (VAPI) have been popping up all over the country, peaking in September of this year. With all of the negative press circulating, you may be wondering whether your vape pen is one of the good guys. If you want to know if your vape pen is safe, here are a few things to look for.
With so many choices out there, buying the perfect vape pen can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve decided to break down 9 of the most important features you should look for when making your purchase. 

Most disposable vape pens are not recyclable, and even if they are, users are not likely to recycle them. With over 9 million known users around the globe – that’s a lot of disposables. More accurately, it’s a lot of waste.

With different payment options to choose from when purchasing Vessel vape pens, we aim to make sustainability more affordable. We also want to make a high-end, high-performing product that is attainable for every vape pen consumer – no matter their budget or experience level. If you are not already using a reusable vape pen, what are you waiting for? The best is waiting for you.

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