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Artrix Cubox Disposable Concentrate Vape Review

Artrix Cubox

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3.5

Good

PROS

CONS

The bottom line

The large capacity tank is one of the best features of the Cubox. The draw is a little airy for me personally, but it was still a pleasant device to use. I also found that the flavor was quite muted but the Cubox delivers plenty of vapor.

The Cubox looks a lot like a pod device and this makes it the perfect device for anyone who is looking for something a little more discreet. It can fit in your pocket without worry and it is very lightweight; so lightweight that you may not even notice you have it on you. 

It was extremely easy to fill and set up the Cubox. As long as you have the right tools and a little patience, even beginners can figure this out. 

The biggest con of the Cubox is the clogging and how frustrating it became to have to unclog the device every time that I wanted to use it. However, this could be because I used a thicker concentrate during my testing. For this reason, I would suggest using thinner concentrates with the Cubox.

Artrix has informed me that they are working on improving the Cubox to address the issues that I faced with clogging. This issue should not be present in the production version of the Cubox.

The Artrix Cubox looks more like a pod vape than your standard cannabis vape. Its wide mouthpiece and pod-like tank, along with its slender shape, could fool even the most versed vapers. In actuality, the Cubox is a disposable concentrate vape that you fill with your own product, use, and then toss when it’s empty.

Unlike the Artrix Demo, which only holds 0.1ml, the Cubox holds a whopping 2.0ml of concentrate. There is also a 1.0ml pod option available as well.

The Cubox has a maximum output of 10W and features a relatively small, 300mAh battery. Thankfully, the Cubox can be recharged using the Type-C charging port on the bottom of the device.

The Cubox is the shape and size of a standard pod-vape. It isn’t overly large and it is very lightweight, at just 20.8g. Not only is the Cubox small and portable, its pod-like design makes it the perfect candidate for discreet usage.

If you are looking for a large capacity concentrate vape for daily use, or even for on the go usage, should you consider the Cubox?

  • Size: 73.7mm x 26mm x 14.6mm
  • Weight: 20.8g
  • Food Grade PCTG Tank
  • 10W Maximum Output
  • 1.35Ω Resistance
  • 1ml/2ml Capacity
  • 300mAh Rechargeable battery
  • Snap-in Tip
  • Draw activated

 


Design & Build Quality

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The Artrix Cubox is a great looking device that looks a lot like a pod vape. It stands at 73.7mm tall, 26mm wide and 14.6mm deep. It is also very lightweight at just 20.8g.

Short and stubby are the words I would use to describe the Cubox. It can stand up straight on a table but it’s not very stable and falls over easily with just the slightest of touches. It does have flat panels on the front and back though, allowing you to lay down the device without worrying that it will roll around the table.

The body is made entirely of plastic and is a little on the slippery side. However, the edges of the Cubox are rounded off throughout the device and this makes it very comfortable to hold.

I received two different colors for this review, the yellow and black versions. According to their website, they offer a total of 7 different color options.

The tank has a massive capacity for a portable concentrate vape at 2.0ml (there is also a 1ml option available). The tank looks a lot like a pod but the tank itself is not removable. There is no mention of what material is used for the heating element but it appears to be ceramic.

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The mouthpiece, which also serves as the fill cap, is wide and very comfortable to use. The opening is not too large, so I didn’t have any issues with lint or dirt getting in there. Once the mouthpiece is installed you can see your concentrate level through the viewing window that is visible on either side of the device. The deep triangular cutout on the body allows you to see your concentrate level right to the very end.

When it comes to branding and logos on the device, there is just the one Artrix logo on the front panel. Just below the logo, on the front of the device, there is a small LED. It is 3 small rectangular lines that make a triangular shape, which is the Artrix logo.

There is only one color for the LED, white, and it does not change color to represent the battery life. This makes tracking the battery charge level a guessing game. I would have liked if the Cubox had a multi-color battery LED to give some more info on where the battery life is at.

The Cubox has a relatively small battery for the size of the device. It houses a 300mAh battery that is rechargeable using the Type-C port at the bottom of the device.


How to use the Artrix Cubox

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When it comes to getting set up with the Artrix Cubox there are a few things I should mention.

Much like its little brother, the Demo, you are going to need a few items to make it really easy to fill this. I personally used a glass dab applicator and an 18 gauge needle to fill my device. However, the needle is not required and you can fill the Demo with the applicator only, thanks to the large opening.

If you prefer to use an 18 gauge needle, I was able to order some online for around $10. The needles that I got screwed onto the end of the applicator which made it super simple.

Now that we have gone over those important details, let’s jump into how to fill and use the Cubox.

  • Take the dab applicator syringe and screw the 18 gauge fill needle onto the end. With the needle screwed onto the end, insert the needle two-thirds of the way into the tank. The oil tank is the center hole (the two outer holes are airflow holes). If you have opted to fill without the use of a needle, take the syringe and line it up with the center hole. Take your time to ensure you don’t make a mess.
  • Fill the tank with your product. Depending on the size of your pod, fill 1ml or 2ml accordingly.
  • The viewing window and clear pod make it very easy to track the amount of product that has been filled.
  • Before replacing the cap, Artrix recommends waiting to let the concentrate settle. If your product is less viscous you can wait 90 seconds. For concentrates that are a little thicker, Artrix recommends waiting 180 seconds.
  • Afterwards you can snap the mouthpiece into place.
  • Allow the device to sit for 4 hours before using. This will prevent any burning of the coil.
  • After the 4 hour sitting period has passed you can simply pick up the device and take a draw. There are no buttons as the Demo is draw activated. Make use of the viewing window to track your remaining material and ensure that you don’t get a dry hit.
  • Artrix recommends using the product within two weeks of filling.

I did a test to see how easy it would be to remove the cap if you wanted to refill the Cubox. Let me tell you, it’s not easy and I was not successful at all.


Performance

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When it comes to the performance of the Cubox, I have mixed feelings. The draw is great, a little airy and not very dense, but overall decent.

The Cubox has a maximum 10W output, however the draw was never too hot thanks to the very effective airflow. The flavor is also a little muted, which is a little disappointing.

However, the main issue I encountered throughout the entire time while reviewing the Cubox is that it clogs almost constantly. I can only imagine that this is because I used a rather thick concentrate but it was annoying nonetheless.

To unclog the device I put my lips to the charging port and blew in. I would know it was unclogged when the LED would light up and the device would begin to create vapor. I had to do this any time that I left the device sitting for any period of time and it became really frustrating.

Leaking and dry hits were not something I encountered while using the Cubox, so there’s that at least. Overall, a mixed experience.


Verdict

Artrix Cubox - 9

The large capacity tank is one of the best features of the Cubox. The draw is a little airy for me personally, but it was still a pleasant device to use. I also found that the flavor was quite muted but the Cubox delivers plenty of vapor.

The Cubox looks a lot like a pod device and this makes it the perfect device for anyone who is looking for something a little more discreet. It can fit in your pocket without worry and it is very lightweight; so lightweight that you may not even notice you have it on you. 

It was extremely easy to fill and set up the Cubox. As long as you have the right tools and a little patience, even beginners can figure this out. 

The biggest con of the Cubox is the clogging and how frustrating it became to have to unclog the device every time that I wanted to use it. However, this could be because I used a thicker concentrate during my testing. For this reason, I would suggest using thinner concentrates with the Cubox.

Would you try the Artrix Cubox? Do you have any questions? Leave a comment below, I’d love to answer any questions.

Danielle Alhiraki Author Picture

Danielle Alhiraki

Danielle is Versed Vaper’s Senior Editor for Buyer’s Guides. In addition to looking after buyer’s guides, she writes hardware reviews as well as manages our review team. Danielle used to be a pack a day smoker but vaping changed her life for the better. Smoke-free since 2015, Danielle is a huge advocate for tobacco harm reduction and has made it her mission to help other smokers make the switch to vaping. Danielle has reviewed hundreds of vaping products since joining Versed Vaper in 2018. Generally, you'll find her watching Disney movies, binging television series, or showing people pictures of her cats.

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