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Discovering the Plazmatic X

February 23, 2017 03:12 pm ET
Discovering the Plazmatic X

It is currently one of the most exciting times ever to be a cannabis user. Not only has the plant become more popular, but marijuana laws are constantly changing, growers are coming up with some of the most potent buds, and cannabis companies are developing some of the coolest marijuana products ever. Possibly the most futuristic development in the cannabis scene right now is the Plazmatic X by Plazmatic.

Plazmatic lighters are unique because it doesn’t use flames. Instead of bad-tasting, harmful fuels, the Plazmatic X uses electricity to create two insanely cool, crisscrossing, ultra-intense heat beams. The lighter is windproof and water-resistant—which makes it the perfect lighter for festival season, hitting the beach, or just any other outdoor event. The Plazmatic X generates temperatures as high as 900 degrees F, and is more than enough to light up your next joint, blunt, or hemp wick. It also works perfectly with bowls and bongs. When your lighter runs out of juice, just plug it into recharge using its built-in USB port and you’re all set. Regardless if you’re tired of buying new lighters all the time or tired of using butane or other poisonous lighter fluids for fuel, the Plazmatic X takes care of all of these issues and is even a great conversation starter.

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