Prohibited 4th Degree 2-in-1 Vaporizer Review

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Manufacturer: Prohibited
Price: $99.99
Warranty: Lifetime
  • Ultra-Portable
  • Lower Price Point
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Smaller Capacity
  • Not Available Yet
Prohibited 4th Degree If you are using this device for just you and on the go, the Prohibited 4th Degree is the perfect size and the battery will last a decent amount of time. If you are looking to vape more or share with friends, then you probably want to look at the Prohibited 3rd Degree or Prohibited 5th degree to meet those needs.
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The makers of the versatile and beautiful Prohibited in the 5th Degree Vaporizer have reimagined their design with portability in mind to give us the Prohibited in the 4th Degree Vaporizer. Just like the 5th Degree, the Prohibited in the 4th Degree Vaporizer does not have support for e-liquids, being made exclusively for use with marijuana products. Set to be launched in the coming months (alongside E-Rig and Dabber attachments for the 5th Degree) the 4th Degree Vaporizer is extremely durable and stylish, available in one of four styles, Bone (White), Jade (Teal), Struck (Purple), and Singed (Black). While the midsize, 2-in-1 vaporizer won’t hit shelves until sometime around the holiday, we were able to get a sneak preview to try it for ourselves. What we found was an extremely easy to use and attractive vaporizer, whose high-quality materials and well thought out design easily allow it to become your new everyday setup.

Designed to have all the versatility of the 5th Degree version in an extremely sleek frame, the Prohibited in the 4th degree Vaporizer feels natural anywhere you go. The battery is strong enough to last all day with moderate use, and its motion activated battery life indicator allows you to check your charge inconspicuously no matter where you go. Its advanced power system can detect which attachment is currently in use, and automatically alters the output to the optimal setting.

Out of the box, you receive one Prohibited in the 4th Degree Vaporizer, one dry herb cartridge, one concentrate cartridge, one magnet connected USB charger/wall adapter, pick and brush tools for basic maintenance, as well as the user manual. The cartridges are inserted from the top and connect to the vaporizer magnetically. The charging cable is also magnetic, so you never have to worry about someone accidentally destroying it while walking by. If someone did accidentally destroy it though, you’ll be happy to know that like all Prohibited products; it comes with a lifetime limited warranty.

Utilizing some of the newest in power technology, the charging time and heat up speed are both incredibly fast. The variable temperature settings allow for more precise control of your vaping experience with either cartridge and any material you’re using. Instead of coils, the Prohibited in the 4th Degree Vaporizer uses a ceramic heater. This heater has a twofold application, first allowing for a much cleaner pull and second making cleanup a breeze by removing the danger of damaging delicate heating elements.

The first cartridge is for ground dry herbs. Its capacity is only that of about a standard bowl, but what I’ve started to do is have a couple of extra cartridges filled and ready to go before I leave the house. That way refilling is as inconspicuous as the 4th Degree itself. The variable temperatures for this cartridge are 200, 215, and 230 degrees Celsius. That allows control over the size of your hits on the fly. A full charge of the battery is good for around 15 dry herb cartridges of use. Another quick tip is to save the spent herbs for cooking. It is a clever way to get twice the bang for your buck, and surprisingly enough, it works!

The second cartridge is for concentrates of all kinds. Great for shatter, wax, and oils, the ceramic heating element comes in handy here as it makes cleanup a lot easier than many similar kits. It is a bit smaller than some of the other vaporizers out there, but depending on your usage, the capacity is plenty for all day. The vaporizer heats to around 500 degrees Celsius when using this cartridge. That does limit the battery life somewhat compared to the herb cartridge. Overall though, concentrates are the perfect to get you the high you’re after all day without having to buy and carry around several pre-loaded cartridges.

The Prohibited in the 4th Degree Vaporizer is perfect for anyone who is looking to take their dry herbs and concentrates on the go. The solid battery life won’t present too many issues with moderate use, and the battery life indicator is a nice little feature I’ve come to love. It’s likely that this device will cost around $99.99 when it finally launches in the coming months. The cost is frankly a steal when considering the high-quality materials used and the versatility of the product. If you are a high volume vaper or like to share with people wherever you go, you may want to go for the original, Prohibited in the 5th Degree Vaporizer. Its larger size and power gives it the extra juice it needs to keep working all day, no matter what. But if you only need for your personal use then look no further than the stylish Prohibited in the 4th Degree Vaporizer. As mentioned, it’s not in stores yet, but be sure to follow our posts and check back in the coming months because we may have a 10% discount for our readers to get their hands on the latest in portable THC technology.

If you are using this device for just you and on the go, the Prohibited 4th Degree is the perfect size and the battery will last a decent amount of time. If you are looking to vape more or share with friends, then you probably want to look at the Prohibited 3rd Degree or Prohibited 5th degree to meet those needs.
  • Ultra-Portable
  • Lower Price Point
  • Easy Maintenance
  • Smaller Capacity
  • Not Available Yet

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Dustin has been vaping for almost a decade. He found e-cigarettes in 2008 and quickly became drawn to them as an early adopter. He's been writing reviews ever since and has established himself as a well-versed authority on the subject.

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6 Responses

  1. Brent Taylor says:

    Question. This this obviously like the V2 Series 3 pro models. This one says you cant use e liquids. Question is. Can you use V2 series 3 e liquid cartridges in this? Are they just saying they are not making liquid cartridges for this to promote this for Herb use for the pot smokers?

    • Jimmy Hafrey says:

      It’s actually different. The Prohibited 4th degree isn’t available at the moment either. I’d recommend the bigger series 7 or Prohibited in the 5th degree that has better cartridges as well.

  2. Brent Taylor says:

    Thanks for the help. So the Prohibited 5th Degree and the and the V2 Series 7 are both the same right? Same company I know. They look the same, just colors and name are different, So obviously I want to buy the better one if Im gonna spent a lot of money. Is their a difference at all between the two? Can they both use the same cartridges for Liquid herb and wax? I use a V2 Series 3 one right now. Works great no mess dependable so I want to kinda stick with what works. So which would you get the V2 7 or the 5th Degree? Hey thanks for your time. I’ve only been doing this for a couple months and im trying not to waste a bunch of money or just stick to what im using? Im looking for more battery for the most part.

    • Jimmy Hafrey says:

      So I did some digging into this for you and the V2 Pro Series 7 is the way to go. It’s much cheaper and the prohibited cartridges work with it, but not vice versa since prohibited isn’t set up to work with liquid. We’re going to change the prohibited reviews to go to the V2 Pro line because that’s the better deal and better flexibility.

  3. Brent Taylor says:

    So did you hear V2 Just suddenly without warning went out of business? Pretty upset. I just spent mad money buying their products because I liked their Series 3 e cigs and cartridges. Like the Red which is what helped me quit smoking and just like that they closed. Anyone have any ideas on who else sells their products so I can stock up? Im kinda shocks they didnt try to sell of their inventory and give people a chance to buy as much as possible til everything is gone. They blamed the tarriffs on why they went out of business. I did notice china on all their product boxes. People will learn not to keep dealing with china. I know things are cheaper when they make stuff but now look. Another company out of business from china. Unreal.

    • Jimmy Hafrey says:

      It wasn’t the tariffs or regulations. It was a strategic acquisition by JUUL. We were shocked to see them close it instantly as well. There was no warning at all. We’re working on getting some ideas for where to buy replacement level products.

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