The development of e-nail vaporizers represents the one of the most recent innovations in the vaping industry. However, its initial foray into the enthusiast market was not the most successful. Early iterations were unusually unreliable. They were also offered at outrageous prices. However, with demand for dabbing concentrates rising tremendously, so too did the quality and the accessibility of e-nail vaporizers.
Indeed, to get a consistent experience with dabbing, the e-nail is the only viable option for connoisseurs of the art. In the days prior to the e-nail's introduction, wax concentrates were often heated via a butane torch. The problem is that temperature modulation with this methodology is inconsistent. A risk of introducing butane into the process is also present. Other methods, such as classic-hot air and convection, leads to fluctuations, and therefore, an average range of temperatures.
With e-nail vaporizers, it all boils down to the physics. The electronic method of heat delivery is consistent and accurate -- there's no guessing involved, and your temperature stays within the standard of error. E-nail vaporizers are integrated systems, and are therefore more convenient and easy to use than the butane method. This is a particular advantage for budding enthusiasts, or for those seeking botanical therapies.
Finally, e-nail vaporizers are a far cleaner and healthier alternative to traditional concentrate channels. Again, it comes down to the science. The analog approach necessarily involves burning materials, which can spark unwanted reactions. E-nail devices, on other hand, heat materials just to the point of combustion, resulting in only the pure essence of the flavors, and none of the harsh side effects.