Today we’re going to be reviewing the Boundless CFC 2.0. An upgrade from the CFC, this improved version promises to be ultra discreet, compact, and lightweight.
It might not need to be spelt out for you regular readers of the blog, but these characteristics make it the perfect little dry herb vape to chuck into the backpack or pocket and climb any mountain, hill, or staircase to the rooftop.
The device is also a bit of a looker, robust, and super easy to use. As it only has a single button…
But let’s dive into the product specs.
Boundless CFC 2.0 Product Specs
For those wanting to know the proper deets on this device, when they say light, it weighs absolutely nothing at 22 grams. Which, if you’re looking at skipping arm day at the gym, is fantastic news!
Then it is truly small at 130mm x 33mm x 30mm, it really does fit into the palm of your hand, unless you had hands like a certain President…
Now, let’s talk about POWER! This little guy packs an internal 1865o mAh battery, which according to the brochure is good for 10 sessions. The heating chamber is ceramic and it works via conduction. The entire device is made from food-grade safe plastic.
This plastic is robust and makes the device for those who like to wander. Then, the party piece for this device is its water pipe adapter, so you can hook this baby up to any glass rig you want.
But what has the world said about this device? I mean, you’re on the internet – so – you know it’s like connected to everything!
From our clients in the store we’ve received only the most positive feedback. But nothing online from our clients there…
On Boundless’s website they have a few client reviews, such as,
Heats up super fast, holds a good charge, and is very very easy to clean. I can’t recommend this vape enough, especially for the price!Lily, February 3rd, 2021
For some more in depth feedback, Vape reviewer Vapesterdam says there are two things he’s not mad about.
First, the mouthpiece being plastic means it imparts a cheap taste, in his opinion, and that the guys at Boundless could have replaced it with glass. So that it has that premium feel at the device’s price point.
And secondly, that it is impossible to load up when on the move, as the device can’t stand on its own.
You can watch his video below (it is age-restricted):
But as a whole, you can’t go wrong with this gem of a device.
Words by: Andrew Macfarlane
z00tly says: “This bird has used this bad boy on his own range of glass rigs. Just when you thought the clouds couldn’t get bigger!”