Ease of use
Today we will take a look at the latest pocket-sized dry herb vaporizer from RYOT, The Verb. RYOT also offers an assortment of smoking accessories, including vaporizers, glassware, one-hitters, dugouts, storage, grinders, and rolling trays. The full retail price for the RYOT Verb dry herb vaporizer is listed as $99.99 per unit on their official website. We will detail our experience objectively as always in our non-affiliate reviews. For this review, I will try out their Verb dry herb vaporizer.
You can check out our video review of RYOT Verb DHV here.
- Discreet pocket-sized portability
- Precise temperature control
- Easier-to-load convection heating oven
- Solid vapor production & airflow
- Above-average flavor
- Affordable price
- Short battery life
- The device can get very hot
Recommendations: Battery life and performance could use some improvements or upgrades, as well as lower temperature settings to prevent overheating.
The pocket-sized portability, precise temperature control, and easier-to-load heating oven make the Verb a worthy dry herb vaporizer
The Verb is a surprisingly worthy addition to the dry herb vaporizer market with its pocket-sized portability, precise temperature control, and easier-to-load convection heating oven. With only three main buttons, this is an easily accessible dry herb vaporizer for beginners with its simple one-button operation. The simple interface for the Verb includes only the power button and the two main temperature adjustment buttons.
When opening the kit for the RYOT Verb, you will find the following:
- RYOT Verb unit
- Micro USB charging cable
- Cleaning brush
- A set of 25 cotton swabs
- An extra set of mouthpiece screens & screw
- User manual
The battery life for the RYOT Verb is very short, compared to the XMAX Starry 3.0 and the XMAX V3 Pro
The weakest aspect of the RYOT Verb DHV is the short battery life, which only supports six to eight sessions per full charge. Although the vapor production isn’t too strong, it still produces solid clouds, depending on how fine the herb is ground before loading it in the oven chamber. The battery life for the Verb pales in comparison to the XMAX Starry 3.0 and the XMAX V3 Pro. The USB port is also located on the bottom of the unit.
Using the RYOT Verb dry herb vaporizer for optimal performance:
- Charge the RYOT Verb unit if needed.
- Remove the plastic mouthpiece.
- Pack the chamber with your preferred herb halfway to almost full, but not packed too tightly.
- Reattach the plastic mouthpiece to the RYOT Verb body.
- Turn on the unit by pressing it three times quickly
- The Verb chamber will rise up to your preferred temperature setting.
- Inhale slowly through the mouthpiece when the OLED screen reads “HIT IT” using the controllable air intake located on the back of the device.
- The session will end when the OLED screen reads “L8tR VAPR”.
- Continue your session if necessary.
The strongest aspect of the RYOT Verb DHV is the precise temperature control; however, the unit can get very hot after too much consecutive use
The strongest aspect of the RYOT Verb DHV is the precise temperature control which goes from 330 degrees Fahrenheit to 420 degrees Fahrenheit. However, the unit does get pretty hot after too much consecutive use, so a 10-15 min break between sessions is strongly recommended. The range of temperature control is also slightly limited, compared to the XMAX Starry 3.0 and the XMAX V3 Pro. The flavor doesn’t even taste harsh or burnt in the highest temperature setting.
Here are a few key differences between the RYOT Verb and other similar dry herb vaporizers:
|RYOT Verb DHV||XMAX Starry 3.0||XMAX V3 Pro||Pulsar APX V3 Vape||LTQ Vapor Curer|
|1200 mAH||2600 mAh||2600mAh||1600 mAh||1500mAh|
|330° F – 420° F||212° F – 464° F||212°F – 428°F||5 variable heat settings – 374°F – 446°F||140° F – 600° F|
|Only work with flower||Works with flower and extracts,
wax cup included
|Works with flower and extracts,
wax cup included
|Only work with flower,
separate extract vaporizers are sold separately
|Works with flower, extracts and oil|
|Stainless steel chamber||Ceramic chamber||Stainless steel chamber||Ceramic chamber||Ceramic chamber|
|Plastic mouthpiece||Ceramic angled mouthpiece||Includes plastic mouthpiece, glass mouthpiece and glass adapter||Plastic mouthpiece||Ceramic angled mouthpiece|
Compared to other dry herb vaporizers, the design for the Verb is most similar to the XMax Starry 3.0, but with a more ergonomic design and better airflow. The other noteworthy aspect of the Verb is its discrete portability, which fits comfortably in the palm of your hand.
Cleaning the RYOT Verb dry herb vaporizer is really easy and simple, similar to the XMAX Starry 3.0:
- Empty the heating oven of all the used herbs using the magnetic stainless steel poker located at the base of the battery.
- Clean the interior of the oven chamber using one of the cotton swabs provided in the kit.
- Wipe down the mouthpiece and screen with isopropyl alcohol.
- Reattach the mouthpiece to the RYOT Verb body.
The Verb is recommended for beginners looking for a solid yet discreet dry herb vaporizer for $100 while high-tolerance users should look elsewhere
So, my final thoughts: I would recommend the RYOT Verb to beginners looking for a solid yet discreet dry herb vaporizer for $100. On the other hand, the more advanced users should look elsewhere. Yet, its ergonomic body has a better, more comfortable grip than the XMAX Starry 3.0 and XMAX V3 Pro. However, for the same or similar value, you can find a better temperature range, flavor, and strength with XMAX Starry 3.0 and XMAX V3 Pro. For a low price of $99.99 (at least, for dry herb vaporizers), you can purchase the RYOT Verb from their official website here.
Have you tried RYOT Verb? Let us know in the comments or on our forum.