This is my first experience with a dry herb vaporizer. So far I’m loving it. Very portable; smooth hits; and little odor. Much more discreet than a pipe and lighter.
I'll use this when my dynavap is inconvenient.
Pros: Convenient to use, small/discreet, very solid construction, convection heating, quartz chamber, heats up fast, USB-C connector, includes cleaning and extra parts. Cons: Small chamber, unit and glass mouthpiece gets quite hot (they do provide a silicone cover for the mouthpiece and body which helps), battery life is subpar, finicky on how it needs to be packed to provide best results, not the easiest to draw from, not the most efficient at vaping entire chamber. Conclusion: For a $100 dry-herb portable vape with convection heating, the Eden is a solid choice. Biggest gripes for me are the size of chamber, ease of draw (feels like a milk shake to me), takes a long time to charge for being USB-C and drains fast. Not a fan of how hot (to the touch) it gets but they do provide the silicone parts to help. It does look great and has a super solid build. When it's packed right, it's really impressive how well it performs. It's simple and does the job. Given the price, the short-comings make sense.
Sleek, easy to use, and convenient ergonomics. That being said, I can’t quite get the rips that I’m used to with a distillate pen or table top Silver surfer flower vaporizer. It may not replace the chillum after all.