Collection: Oil Vape Pens

Oil Vape Pens are one of the most popular portable vaporizer devices right now. We have a variety of oil vape batteries to choose from. We have oil vapes with variable voltage capabilities, buttonless oil vapes, and box mod vapes for oil. Check them all out below and choose the best oil vape for you. Shipping is FREE in the US and all orders come in discreet packaging too.

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How to Choose an Oil Vaporizer

Amongst portable vaporizer pens, oil pens are the simplest vapes on the market. When it comes to vaping oil, all you need from us is the vape battery. We currently have several oil vape batteries to choose from: The SteamCloud Mini 2.0, 510 thread SteamCloud Stylus battery, and 510 thread micro vape battery. The SteamCloud Mini is clearly the best oil vape pen available at Vape Vet Store. You can attach a magnetic adapter to your cartridge so that your cartridge magnetically connects with the battery. It’s super small and discreet. Our customers have been raving about this oil vaporizer since it's been launched in the market. If you want to learn and understand more about each oil pens, please visit our vaporizer learning center or click on any of these oil vape pen products below to read more information about them.

What are Oil Vaporizer Pens?

Oil vaporizer pens have been becoming super popular. Most people looking for an oil pen are new users and aren't sure which oil vaporizers to purchase. We'll make it really easy by describing our three oil vape pens available at The Vape Vet Store below.

The SteamCloud Mini 2.0 is by far the best oil vape pen kit we have for sale. It's the best oil pen because it's super small and has a magnetic function, which makes the vape mod look so much more discreet than others. All you have to do is screw the magnetic adapter to your oil cartridge and then drop it into the SteamCloud mini oil vape mod battery.

The oil vape pen stylus battery is another very popular oil pen design. Customers love this vape battery mainly because they can easily screw their oil cartridge onto the battery and begin vaping. There is no need to press the button or anything like that. just take your oil pen hits as you please. You can use the stylus tip at the bottom if you want to vape oil and use your smartphone at the same time.

The 510 thread vape battery is very similar to our pocket vape pen battery but the only difference is that this battery has a 510 threaded connection port at the top. What's great about this battery compared to the SteamCloud Mini and the stylus battery is that you can use the 510 thread vape battery as a vape pen for dry herbs, wax, and oil. Besides using an oil cartridge, you can also use a micro g pen dry herb atomizer or micro g wax coil. Just make sure you have a mouthpiece to put on top of it.

How are Oil Pens Different From Wax Pens?

Both wax pens and oil vapes such as CBD oil use atomizers to heat the concentrate hot enough to vaporize it. However, the method at which they achieve this is much different. While wax, shatter, crumble and sauce vary in their liquidity, they are all someone closer to a solid state and will be solid at warmer temperatures than oils. Therefore, wax vape pens are designed so you can drop or place a concentrate directly onto quartz or ceramic coils wrapped with a nickel wire. This quickly melts the concentrate and turns it to vapor within a few seconds. Then whatever leftover wax gets sticky again, and doesn’t create much mess. While this type of vape could vaporize oils, it often reaches a temperature higher than ideal for oils and would also be super messy. That’s why oil vapes are usually designed to take sealed oil cartridges.

Many users prefer oil over wax vaping for a few reasons. First off, oil vaporizers are super simple to use - just connect your cartridge to the battery and start vaping. Second, there’s no need to load more oil every few hits. A sealed oil cartridge can last months for the casual vaper and a 1 gram cartridge has about 250 servings. Lastly, you don’t have to worry about changing an atomizer and always having an extra in case yours burns out. When vaping oil, the atomizer is located inside the sealed vape cartridge so each time you buy a new cartridge, you get a new atomizer. Occasionally, these atomizers will be faulty but most retail outlets will exchange a faulty cartridge if the atomizer doesn’t last the life of the cartridge.

What is Variable Voltage?

Simple oil vape batteries only have one temperature setting. They usually have low voltage but enough to get a nice, smooth vapor. This will also increase as you hit the pen.

On the other hand, variable voltage oil vaporizers (usually box mod types) can be set to specific temperatures, voltage, or wattage. We recommend vaping oil between 340°F and 445°F. Going over 455°F could burn the oil resulting in harsher, less healthy vaporizing. If your box mod has a voltage setting, set it between 3.7-4.2V. The higher the voltage, the thicker vapor you can achieve. However you are putting your atomizer at a higher risk of burning out at higher voltage. Check the recommended voltage on your cartridge if it is listed.

If using a box mod with wattage settings, 6-8 watts is usually a safe bet. However you can always check to make sure you’re getting a safe voltage using an OHM’s law calculator. Type in 4.2V as the voltage and enter the resistance of your cartridge (sealed pre-filled cartridges are usually between 1.6 - 2.2Ω). If you are still unsure, just start at a super low wattage and turn it up slowly until you get a nice vapor. It’s best not to risk burning out the atomizer on a pre-filled cartridge.

What are Oil Cartridges?

Pre-filled oil cartridges are the most common oil cartridges. These often come in 0.5 gram or 1 gram size but some manufacturers make extra-large 2.2 gram cartridges. Like we mentioned previously, these cartridges come with a build-in atomizer and are often cold-filtered for smoother hits. Most pre-filled cartridges are 510-threaded, which is the type of threading and should match your battery. Make sure you use a 510-threaded battery with 510 oil cartridges.

There are also refillable oil cartridges such as the Kamry X6 Plus Eliquid Atomizer that can be used if you want to make your own blends. However, most people are using this 510 thread liquid atomizer with ejuice.

What are 510 Thread Batteries?

510 threading is the industry standard. While you may find something else from time to time, we think these will all be phased out eventually. Any pre-fill you buy today should be 510-threaded so make sure you buy a compatible battery. All of our oil vape batteries are 510 thread batteries.

How to Use An Oil Vape Pen?

If you have a basic battery, just make sure you charge it completely using a usb cable(but don’t leave it charging overnight). Most batteries will get a full charge in an hour or two but higher capacity batteries will take a bit longer. Once charged, just screw in a cartridge and you can start vaping. Some oil batteries, such as the Yocan Hive 2.0, have a button where you hold to activate and others will activate on their own. Take a smooth, long pull to get the most out of your oil pen. Oil pens without temperature settings will get hotter and hotter as you vape. So if you aren’t getting solid hits, keep hitting it until it heats up more. Alternatively, if it gets too harsh, put the pen down for a minute and allow it to cool. Visit our Vaporizer Learning Center to read more about how touse an oil vape pen.

How to Clean an Oil Vape Pen?

Most oil vape users prefer vaping oils because there is almost never cleaning required. If you do have a faulty, leaky cartridge that makes a mess, it’s not too difficult to clean. Take a heavy-duty paper towel to wipe up the majority of the oil. Then, you can clean your battery and/or cartridge using a paper towel dipped in rubbing alcohol. Once dry, you can reconnect a new cartridge to your battery and continue vaping.

How to Fix an Oil Vape Pen?

Oil vape batteries vary highly in quality. Some places will give you a free battery with the purchase of a pre-filled cartridge, but these often last only one or two cartridges and have limited power. Better batteries could last years if given proper care. Don’t leave your battery charging overnight or dead for weeks. Both of these actions will shorten the life of your battery. Here are some more suggestions on how to fix a vape pen cartridge.

If your oil vape isn’t working, it’s either the battery or cartridge. First, check that your battery is charged, then try it with another cartridge. If your battery isn’t working with several cartridges, most likely you need a new battery. You can always connect the vape cartridge to another battery. If that works, then you definitely need to replace the battery.