The Boundless Tera, the new 100% convection vaporizer from Boundless has finally arrived and is available in stores.

After the problems of the first launch and the consequent factory recall, now this vaporizer is back with an improved design; it has all the credentials to be the new reference in its price range: let’s have a look.

  • Vaping methodConvection
  • What can I vape?: Herbs and oils
  • Heating speed:30/60 seconds
  • Battery life: 90 minutes
  • Warranty: 3 years

BOUNDLESS Tera review | Design & Build Quality

The Tera is characterized by a modern and ergonomic design, it is similar in size to the other convection vaporizer from Boundless, the CFV, and slightly smaller than the CFX; it weighs 270 grams (0,6 lbs).

Look at the images on the gallery to see the actual size of this new device.

The OLED display is located in the upper part of the vaporizer near the mouthpiece: the current temperature and the battery charge status are indicated.
There are 3 buttons, one for switching on and off, two for adjusting the vaporization temperature.

The materials feels good, and the vaporizer’s bosy has a grippy surface.

BOUNDLESS Tera review | Stealth


Speaking of portability, the Boundless Tera is not really a lightweight: it is quite chubby, but it is easy to handle.

As for discretion, this vaporizer can be mistaken for an electronic cigarette, given the finishes and shapes similar to the latter; as said before, however, does not disappear completely in the palm of your hand.

BOUNDLESS Tera review | Battery

The battery, or rather the batteries, are a distinctive feature of the Boundless Tera. In fact this vaporizer is powered by two classic 18650 batteries, which are therefore removable and rechargeable even through a wall charger.

The advantages of this constructive feature are clear: it is possible to buy multiple sets of batteries, which are cheap (here are some examples of 18650 batteries), in order to always have available an energy source when you are away from home; it is also useful to get rid  of worn-out batteries easily, without disassembling your vaporizer.

The duration of a set of batteries depends, as we always specify, on the temperature used; the Boundless Tera has an average duration that is around 90 minutes.

BOUNDLESS Tera review | Vapor quality

As already mentioned, the Tera is a vaporizer that makes use of 100% of convection technology, to guarantee a vapor with an “authentic” and tasty flavor; above all there is no risk of combustion, even minimal, even at maximum temperatures.

Speaking of temperatures, the maximum that can be set is 440°F. The warm up speed is not exceptional, from 30 to 60 seconds, but also some of the most expensive portable vaporizers have a similar heating speeds.

The bowl is made out of aluminum, and has a capacity of 0.5 grams (0,002 oz), a larger quantity (almost double, depending on the model with which it is compared) of most portable vaporizers.

In the package there are two mouthpieces of different materials: a glass one and the other is made of ceramic.
Another accessory already included in the package is a reducer to use the Tera with our water pipe; lately it is more and more frequent to see the bong-coupled vaporizers of every shape and size, this to maximize the positive characteristics of the vaporizers (smoke weed without combustion), moreover cooled properly through water filtration.

BOUNDLESS Tera review | Should I buy it?

It seems that while designing this vaporizer at the Boundless hq, they keep in mind all the requests of the passionate weed vapers for a perfect vaporizer, which are: a convection vaporizer, replaceable batteries, capacity of the brazier and compatibility with water pipes.

This vaporizer contains all the characteristics that are most appreciated in the world of vaporization, including a vapor quality that I would certainly put among the best around, at least in this price range.
The Boundless Tera pays a little pledge in size, and in the heating speed, characteristics that all in all can be considered marginal.

BOUNDLESS Tera review | Where can I buy it?



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