Magic Flight Launch Box
There's every other vaporizer, and then there's the Magic Flight Launch Box. Being in the market for more than a decade, it is clear that this box engineered to be something different. The portable herbal vape is simple to use and made with high-quality material resulting in excellent vapor production. Environmentally conscious, Magic Flight uses Harding Energy's recycling program for the battery.
Understanding the Magic Flight Launch Box is realizing that everybody’s rig is going to be different. The base product is as simple as a battery-powered wooden box with a trapezoidal trench-style oven that can fit in the palm of your hand. However, it performs differently in every hand it touches. There is a bit of a learning curve for beginners, but with a little practice, you might just be setting up a desktop vaporizer for this little wooden wonder.
Unique and Timeless
Launched in 2009, the Launch Box is a handmade wooden vaporizer with hardly any moving parts. The face has the enigmatic Magic Flight logo, and an Acrylic (Plexiglas) covers a metallic trench hinged by a simple metal bar. On the box, there is a small hole where you can place the “straw” for drawing vapor, although many users prefer to use it “natively” or without the straw. Here is where you can see the orange light that indicates the battery has made contact. Meanwhile, at the back of the device features a quote from French philosopher Forrest Landry:
Love is that which enables Choice
Love is always stronger than Fear
Always choose based on Love
Magically Portable and Rechargeable
The Launch Box stands for portable secrecy. Its incredibly small size is made possible with the rechargeable proprietary Magic Flight Ni-MH batteries (2 included) that are equally easy to stow away, and it is easier to recycle compared to lithium batteries. You can’t use any other brand of batteries with this device. Otherwise, you could risk damaging the battery port.
Part of the widespread allure of the Launch Box is the ability to transform a single product into an entire rig using the proprietary accessories. With the batteries alone, the MFLB is an excellent little vape. However, add in the power adapter, water accessories, and various whips. You start to see this small package rival the performance of much more expensive and massive products like the Volcano vaporizer. It’s a great deal for someone who wants a professional quality instrument but does not have the urge to make such a large purchase. Although you must use the proprietary accessories, they are all manufactured by Magic Flight, so you know it comes with quality.
Tiny Box, Big Clouds
There can be significant variances with the Magic Flight Launch Box’s vapor performance. The box is a unique item that takes practice, like any mechanical devices such as the DynaVaps or the StickyBricks. However, once you can master its atypical operation, its production can match and usually exceed any comparable vaporizer. If you are worried about the learning curve, there are entire online communities built around this device and a bevy of resources that will have you using the box to the best of its ability in no time.
Made in the U.S.A.
Each Launch Box is handcrafted in San Diego, CA, and comes with a lifetime warranty. Even if something happens to the device under your watch, they will most likely replace your MFLB anyway. The Magic Flight’s extensive collection of finishes and wood types is something to behold. Plus, you can customize your wooden piece or the acrylic cover with intricate laser-etching designs.
Magic Flight Launch Box Video
Introduce yourself to the simplicity of the box’s layout and design as you see the device comes to live in addition to the convenience of its finishing grinder that you might want to invest.
What’s in the Box
- 1x Magic Flight Launch Box
- 2x AA NiMH Batteries (Rechargeable)
- 1x MFLB Charger
- 1x Glass Stem
- 2x Rubber Caps for Batteries
- 1x Cleaning Brush
- 1x User Manual
- 1x Magic Flight Launch Box Tin Container
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