Read our PURE Vape cartridge review and find out why we recommend their syringes over their cartridges. These cartridges can be found all over the bay area where I reside, and the team at cannabisthrives.com has been puffing on Pure One Vape Cartridges for over a year now. There have been some changes since we first started vaping Pure One Cartridges, the change was to their vape cartridge hardware. Unfortunately, this switch of vape cartridges looks like it also came with different distillate oil too.
We messaged them directly on their Instagram account and asked them to verify the change in cartridge and cannabis oil. They replied back to our direct message and denied making any changes to their THC oil. However, they confirmed the change to unbranded cartridges. They said it was an improvement to their previous unbranded vape cartridges. We beg to differ, the previously branded cartridges had superior vaping functionality. Our first message to Pure one was in March 2019, we again reached out to them via a comment on a recent video they posted showing off branded 1 gram Pure One vape cartridges.
We made the transition into refilling our own CCELL cartridges with their glass syringes filled with distillate oil, we started to do this before they changed their cartridges from branded to unbranded. The fact that you can see there is exactly 1 gram of distillate oil inside of the syringe is one reason why we really liked it. The potency of the Pure One distillate oil in the syringe hits harder than their prefilled cartridges.
Although the price is $50 for their full gram cartridge, we think it should be worth less because of the lower quality cart and weaker strength THC oil. Their half gram cartridges cost $30, these have their brand on it and are also stronger in our opinion.
We were not fans of their Forbidden Fruit THC cartridge. There was a difference in taste with their Lemon Haze cartridge and syringes. I prefer their Lemon Haze inside of their syringes because it tasted more lemony and the strength was much higher too. I could personally distinguish these differences because of being extremely familiar with their distillate in syringes. I vaped their Lemon Haze in a syringe faithfully for a year with empty CCELL cartridges purchased online.
Their cartridges are much stronger than any cheap prefilled cartridge for sale on the black market such as Dank Vapes. We consider their THC oil cartridges to be medium to high strength. If your a fan of Select Elite cartridges than you will like Pure One vape carts. If your looking for strength at a price cheaper than their prefilled cartridges, we highly suggest the Pure One Syringes. The reason why I frequently will refill my own vape cartridges with their Lemon Haze syringe is because of the effectiveness of the Sativa properties. The burst of energy and ability to think clearly is worth the cost of $45 a gram for their Lemon Haze syringe.
We recommend sticking to either half gram Pure vape cartridges or refilling your own cartridge with one of their syringe options. Check out our article on the best thick oil vape cartridge options.
The distillate oil inside of the unbranded Pure vape cartridge is not the same color as the branded cart. Upon closer examination of the unbranded cartridge THC oil, it wasn't as good as their syringe and half gram cartridge with their logo on it. We absolutely love the performance with their CCELL M438 Model with the white mouthpiece. Their new clear cartridges used for the 1 gram cartridges need to be replaced with better.