The Fuji Vaporizer is manufactured in China and was introduced to the Vaporizer Market in 2008.
The Fuji Vaporizer is a very poor knock off of the Classic Volcano Vaporizer by Storz & Bickel.
The outer shell of the Fuji Vaporizer is made of cheap plastic, along with other components inside the unit that could lead to melting after extended use.
A soldering iron is used as the main heating element, which is very unstable and can melt the plastic components as well as release other harmful elements.
Fuji Vaporizer Ease of Use
I was unable to operate this unit and achieve proper vaporization during the testing process. A Digital Display and rotary set temperature knob on the front of the Fugi Vaporizer inaccurately shows the Vaporization Temperature.
The control light said that this unit was ready to use at 360 degrees Fahrenheit. However, I was not able to produce a Vapor without turning the unit up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit; this caused a “plastic fume” taste to be accompanied with the light vapor.
Fuji Vaporizer Heat up Time
A long warm up time of 10 minutes is expected for the Fuji Vaporizer.
Fuji Vaporizer Efficiency / Effectiveness
The Fuji Vaporizer does not produce a consistent vapor flow. I managed to achieve sub-par Vapor after setting the temperature to the highest setting on the rotary dial.
Fuji Vaporizer Warranty
Each Fuji Vaporizer comes with no manufacturer backed warranty, once the unit fails, users will have to spend more money on another unit.
Fuji Vaporizer Overall Satisfaction
The cheap construction, sub-par Heating Element, and overall poor quality make the Fuji Vaporizer, one of the most unattractive unit’s available on the Vaporizer market.
I would not recommend this Vaporizer to anyone serious about buying a quality unit.
The materials are inferior to the Volcano’s construction in all aspects.