About Desktop Vaporizers
A desktop vaporizer isn't something you can just shove in your pocket and take with you. Like the name implies desktop vaporizers are a bit bigger and are meant to be placed on a flat surface when in use. In this way, they're not too dissimilar to a hookah, so you can get a good idea of what to expect if you've ever used one of those before.
Like a hookah, it's also pretty great for sharing. Depending on the vaporizer you get, some might even have multiple places to smoke from at the same time. They also have a leg up in versatility, as there are desktop vapes made to use dry herb and extract with some even being able to do both. The fact that desktop vaporizers are so much bigger and more complex than the pen or box-style vapes also means that additional features like precision temperature control and the like are more often to come standard. The biggest downside is, obviously, the lack of portability compared to the other two types of vape mentioned here. That said, if you're planning for a night in, this shouldn't really be a problem.
Desktop vapes have just as much variety as any other, so it shouldn't be a surprise that you've got plenty to choose from here. Like we alluded to before, the Storz & Bickel Volcano is actually a desktop dry herb vape, the classic being just the herb while the hybrid model can use both herb and extract. Dr. Dabber is also another quality buy with their Boost Evo with its convenient temperature sensor and regulator plus fun RGB light modes. They also make the Switch (no, not that one), unique in that it actually can overcome the major setback of desktops by switching to portable mode.