Heavy metals in vape cartridges, including lead, arsenic, and mercury are obviously a growing concern for consumers. With no international or national regulations about contaminants within the vaporizer industry, device manufacturers are left without clear guidelines.
However, that's not to say you should quit vaping altogether, but rather make sure that you are getting your vapes from a trusted source. For "like-minded vaporizer enthusiasts dissatisfied with the state of the vaporizer industry," there's Linx Vapor. Whereas toxic plastics have been pervasive among dubious vape brands, Linx puts wellness first, in order to build a health-conscious vaporizer that's affordable, stylish, and tasty.
These toxin-free vaporizers have been heavy metal tested and are 100 percent certified by SC Labs and Encore Labs. Linx vaporizers utilize medical-grade stainless steel, glass mouthpieces, and ceramic or quartz-glass heating chambers and plates. By eliminating or minimizing heavy metals and the use of fibers, plastics or paints in the vapor path throughout our entire vaporizer line, Linx takes the consumer's health very seriously.
For example, the Gaia and Eden vaporizers, among the Linx Vapor line, are designed to use air for insulation, unlike most popular vaporizers in the market which utilize toxic silica gel or plastic. The Hypnos Zero and Blaze do not contain any harmful materials in either the ceramic chamber or the quartz chamber. And a single Linx Hermes 3 refillable atomizer removes countless toxic disposable cartridges from our oceans and landfills.
If your'e doing your holiday shopping this Black Friday, Linx has some hot offers: Buy Gaia (get zero for $20), buy Blaze (get Eden for $50), buy Blaze (get free Budder cup pack plus a bubbler, plus a silicon heat sleeve), buy Eden (get a free bubbler kit), buy Zero (get free a Dio atomizer), and buy Hermes 3 (and get a free 1.0 atomizer).
The bottom line is don’t buy cheap vape pens and cartridges which expose your body to toxic materials and fumes.