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As the market for medical and recreational cannabis products grows in states around America, concentrated cannabis products like oils are leading the way. Among the most popular delivery devices for these concentrates are vaporizer cartridges filled with high-potency cannabis oil. In California, one of the largest legal cannabis markets, vaporizer carts make up 25% of delivery sales.
While demand for vaporizer carts is on the rise, the technology is still young, and largely based on repurposed e-cigarette hardware that isn’t all that well-suited for the job. This has left vape cart consumers plagued by a familiar suite of problems.
From unvaporized oils to leaky cartridges, these problems could spell trouble for the vape cart industry, since consumers who