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Artrix Fitty Concentrate Pod Vape Review

Artrix Fitty

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I have mostly positive things to say when it comes to the Artrix Fitty. Thanks to its small size and portability it is a dually great device to use at home and on-the-go. Whether you just got home after a long day and want to unwind on the couch, or you need something that fits in your jacket to take for a night on the town, the Fitty fits these uses perfectly.

With the Fitty you can expect a device that heats up quickly and which provides an excellent draw that is both warm and flavorful. Based on performance alone, I would suggest the Artrix Fitty to anyone looking for a portable and great performing concentrate vape. 

Filling the Fitty is also super simple so even those with zero experience will be able to get it right on the first try. As long as you have the right equipment, it’s essentially foolproof. 

The biggest con of the FItty is that the pods are not refillable, however the pods being replaceable are still a positive thing for the environment and your wallet as opposed to a purely disposable device. 

For anyone who may be in the market for a new cannabis vape, the Artrix Fitty is worth checking out.

With the ever growing cannabis hardware industry, there are so many brands that it’s hard to keep up. Artrix is one such brand that specializes in high quality cannabis vaping systems. Their product line consists of a wide range of devices such as the Drillor, Demo and Cubox, with each catering to different individual user needs. 

Today, the spotlight is on the Artrix Fitty. The Fitty is a concentrate pod vape that uses interchangeable pods to give you a little more freedom over your experience. For example, you may prefer to vape on different materials throughout the day or even week; the Fitty gives you the option of switching pods to meet this preference.

The Artrix Fitty holds 1ml of material and can be used with a wide range of concentrates. It offers a maximum output of 8.9W and features a rechargeable 220mAh battery.

  • Size: 111mm x 20mm x 10mm
  • Weight: 19g
  • Food Grade PCTG Tank
  • Stainless steel (SUS316L) central post
  • 8.9W Maximum Output
  • 1.3Ω Resistance
  • 1ml Capacity
  • 220mAh Rechargeable battery
  • Snap-in Tip
  • Draw activated

Design & Build Quality

The Fitty is the only pod system from Artrix and it receives the warmest welcome from me. Most of their devices are disposable so I was very pleased to see they offer a pod system as well. These pods are not refillable though, as the cap locks into place when installed. On the positive side, you just buy replacement pods.

The Artrix Fitty is an extremely portable device that stands at just 111mm tall, 20mm wide and 10mm thick with the pod installed. At only 19g, it is also very lightweight.

The body is made entirely of aluminum alloy which makes it very durable. The Fitty is oblong in shape which makes holding the device very comfortable. The soft-touch coating feels nice to the touch and gives the device added grip. 

The Fitty can stand up without issue but will need to be laid down when it comes time to charge as the charging port is located on the bottom of the device. Thanks to its shape, you don’t have to worry about it rolling off the table while charging.

I received a white version of the Artrix Fitty, but they offer a total of five colors per their website. The five colors are white, light grey, lilac purple, mint green and black. 

Logos are something that Artrix does very tastefully. They stick to a minimalistic design when they are designing their devices and I think the Fitty is very aesthetically pleasing. The average person isn’t looking for something that is too flashy and the Fitty fits the bill. There is one Artrix logo on the front panel and a triangular cutout for the LED lights; simple and effective.

The pod is made of food grade PC which is designed to mimic glass, making it super clear and easy to see your concentrate level. You can fill the tank with up to 1ml of oil (keep reading to find out how to fill). The pod contains a stainless steel (SUS316L) central post, and a 1.3Ω coil that efficiently heats up material very quickly.

When it comes to the mouthpiece, it is made with shiny plastic. The mouthpiece also serves as the fill cap and its oblong shape makes it easy to get a great draw. There are three small openings on the mouthpiece, rather than one larger opening. This design effectively prevented any dirt or debris from getting in there while the device was stored in my pockets or bag.

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The pod connects to the battery magnetically and stays in place when installed. It takes quite a bit of pressure to remove the pod from the body so you don’t have to worry about it falling out on its own.

When the pod is installed there is some wiggle room. I found that if you accidentally angled the pod while trying to take a draw, it would lose connection and interrupt the draw. Once I noticed this, I was mindful to not angle the device and afterwards,  it happened less frequently.

The Artrix Fitty features a triangular cutout at the top of the body, where the pod remains visible while installed. This cutout allows you to track your concentrate level without needing to remove the pod from the battery. This added feature helps to eliminate any dry hits, which everyone knows is the worst.

Much like other Artrix devices that I have used, there is only a one-color LED. It only lights up white, and like the others, I wish that it was multi-colored as it would have made tracking the battery life a lot easier. The LED functions fine and I had no issue with it lighting up when I took a draw or charged the device.

Inside each Fitty pod system is a 220mAh rechargeable battery that is rechargeable using the Type-C port at the bottom of the device. 


How to use the Artrix Fitty

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Every Artrix device that I have used so far has used the same method of filling. In order to ensure your filling is easy and mess-free, there are a few helpful tools you will need to fill the Fitty. I found that using dab applicator syringes along with an 18 gauge needle is the most effective. 

If you do not have an 18 gauge needle, I suggest ordering one online. I was able to get it delivered the next day for around $10. The specific needles I ordered screw onto the end of the applicator making it easy to get started.

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Now that you are ready to fill, let’s dive right in. 

  • 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. Make sure you use either of the outer two holes to fill. The center hole is not used for filling.
  • Fill the tank with up to 1ml of concentrate.
  • Thanks to the crystal clear pod, you can easily see while you are filling.
  • Before snapping on 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, remove the silicon rubber stopper on the mouthpiece, and take a draw. Much like their other devices, the Fitty is draw activated. Watch the viewing window to track your concentrate level to ensure that you don’t get a dry hit.
  • Artrix recommends using the product within two weeks of filling

Performance

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The Artrix Fitty offers a super dense and flavorful draw that is both warm and satisfying. The device instantly heats up and delivers a smooth draw each time. 

With a maximum output of 8.9W you get exactly what you’d expect; an excellent draw that heats up quickly, warm vapor and great flavor. 

The flavor that this device is able to produce is a huge pro for me. Some of the other devices I have used in the past seem to really dilute the flavor but this is not the case with the Artrix Fitty. While using this device, the grape resin oil I was using tasted so delicious and the flavor lingered long after I took a draw.

Thanks to the Fitty’s deep viewing window, I was easily able to track my concentrate level and so I didn’t have any unwanted dry hits. Another thing to mention is that I had zero issues with clogging while using the Artrix Fitty. As I normally use more viscous materials, this can sometimes be an issue but the Fitty really impressed me here. 


Verdict

I have mostly positive things to say when it comes to the Artrix Fitty. Thanks to its small size and portability it is a dually great device to use at home and on-the-go. Whether you just got home after a long day and want to unwind on the couch, or you need something that fits in your jacket to take for a night on the town, the Fitty fits these uses perfectly.

With the Fitty you can expect a device that heats up quickly and which provides an excellent draw that is both warm and flavorful. Based on performance alone, I would suggest the Artrix Fitty to anyone looking for a portable and great performing concentrate vape. 

Filling the Fitty is also super simple so even those with zero experience will be able to get it right on the first try. As long as you have the right equipment, it’s essentially foolproof. 

The biggest con of the FItty is that the pods are not refillable, however the pods being replaceable are still a positive thing for the environment and your wallet as opposed to a purely disposable device. 

For anyone who may be in the market for a new cannabis vape, the Artrix Fitty is worth checking out. If you have any thoughts or questions regarding the Artrix Fitty, drop a comment below, I’d love to hear from you.

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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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