Ease of use
Today we will take a close look at the Curer 3-in-1 vaporizer kit from LTQ Vapor, which works with extracts, flower, and oil. LTQ Vapor also offers E-Nails, wax pens, and other accessories. The full retail price for the Curer 3-in-1 Vaporizer is listed for $75.94. However, this is currently on sale for $59.99 at Vape4Ever. We will detail our experience objectively as always in our non-affiliate reviews. For this review, we will assess the Curer 3-in-1 vaporizer mainly for its ability to work with flower and extracts.
Check out our video review of the LTQ Vapor Curer here.
- Unique yet discreet design
- Excellent versatility
- Solid performance
- Better with flower than extracts
- Features a removable water filtration tank
- Can get easily clogged using extracts
- Slightly harsh when using extracts
The Curer 3-in-1 Vaporizer is a pocket-sized multi-purpose vaporizer with a removable water filtration tank
The Curer 3-in-1 Vaporizer is a pocket-sized multi-purpose vaporizer in the form of a flask-like device. One of the best features is that the kit includes three switchable coil atomizers for extracts, flower, and oil. The best feature of the Curer is that it has a removable water filtration tank. However, it can get easily clogged when working with extracts. The Curer uses a ceramic angled mouthpiece, whereas other similar vaporizers use a glass mouthpiece. In fact, the ceramic angled mouthpiece for the Curer is most similar to the one provided for the Starry 3.0 dry herb vaporizer.
The contents inside the kit include the following:
- Curer vaporizer
- Extract coil atomizer
- Dry herb coil atomizer
- Oil coil atomizer
- Dab tool
- Cleaning brush
- Duckbill valve
- 1 set of alcohol swabs
- 2 sets of 3 O-rings
- USB-C charging cable
Using the LTQ Vapor Curer for the optimal experience:
- Charge the Curer if needed. (The USB port is conveniently located on the side of the Curer.)
- Remove the water filtration tank and fill it with 1/3rd of water.
- Choose an atomizer (extracts/flower/oil).
- Screw the atomizer onto the 510 thread base of the battery.
- Load the atomizer with your preferred choice of extracts/flower/oil.
- Turn on the device by pressing the power button five times quickly.
- The OLED screen will include your preferred temperature setting, remaining battery life, and current working voltage.
- Set your preferred temperature using the directional buttons below the menu.
- Hold down the power button to activate heating.
Tastes slightly harsher than the Pulsar APX V3 Volt and the Auxo Cira, but more efficient than the XMAX Qomo
I should say first off that using the Curer vaporizer with extracts is surprisingly smooth and efficient with great airflow. The extract atomizer for the Curer uses a ceramic chamber with a titanium coil around a quartz rod. When dealing with extracts in the Curer, less is more as only a rice-sized amount placed on top of the coil is enough for a session or two. This will also prevent any clogging of the air circulation within the water tank. In my experience, the consistencies that are easier to work with the Curer are live resin diamonds, diamond sauce, and/or sugar. Overall, I found that other consistencies, such as live resin badder, budder, and sauces, would taste slightly harsh at higher temperature settings.
Although the temperature settings range from 140 degrees to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, most concentrates tasted fine between 450 degrees to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. Due to the titanium coil within the atomizer, the Curer tastes slightly harsher than the Pulsar APX V3 Volt and the Auxo Cira. On the other hand, the performance of the Curer is more efficient than the XMAX Qomo, which uses just a ceramic heating element for its atomizer.
Here are a few key differences between the LTQ Vapor Curer and other similar extract vaporizers:
|LTQ Vapor Curer||XMAX Qomo||Pulsar APX V3 Wax||Pulsar APX V3 Volt||Auxo Cira|
|140° F – 600° F||3 Temperature Settings||No Temperature Settings||4 Temperature Settings||450℉-1000℉|
|Works with flower, extracts, and oil||Only works with extracts||Also only works with extracts||Only works with extracts||Only works with extracts|
|Single coil atomizer||Ceramic atomizer||Triple coil atomizer||Quartz atomizer||Quartz atomizer/Titanium atomizer|
|Ceramic angled mouthpiece||Glass mouthpiece||Also glass mouthpiece||Glass mouthpiece||Glass mouthpiece|
Just as strong as the XMAX V3 Pro or the Pulsar APX V3 Vape, but much smoother than the XMAX Starry 3.0 and the RYOT Verb
Next, the flower atomizer for the Curer also uses a ceramic chamber with a titanium wire mesh along the interior wall of the atomizer. Using the Curer vaporizer with flower is just as strong as the XMAX V3 Pro or the Pulsar APX V3 Vape dry herb vaporizer. Furthermore, the flavor is still much smoother than the XMAX Starry 3.0 and the RYOT Verb with its removable water filtration tank. Similar to the temperature settings for extracts, most flower tasted best between 450 degrees to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. If you desire larger clouds, the temperature setting between 500-600 degrees doesn’t sacrifice too much of the flavor either. Unlike when using extracts, there are little to no clogging issues when this device comes to flower.
Here are a few key differences between the LTQ Vapor Curer and other similar dry herb vaporizers:
|LTQ Vapor Curer||RYOT Verb DHV||Pulsar APX V3 Vape||XMAX Starry 3.0||XMAX V3 Pro|
|140° F – 600° F||330° F – 420° F||374° F – 446° F||212° F – 464° F||212°F – 428°F|
|Works with flower, extracts and oil||Only works with flower||Only works with flower||Works with flower, extracts||Works with flower, extracts|
|Ceramic chamber||Stainless steel chamber||Ceramic chamber||Ceramic chamber||Stainless steel chamber|
|Ceramic angled mouthpiece||Plastic
|Plastic ergonomic mouthpiece||Ceramic angled mouthpiece||Includes plastic mouthpiece, glass mouthpiece, and glass adapter|
The LTQ Vapor Curer is easier to clean than the Pulsar APX v3 Wax, but harder to clean than Pulsar APX v3 Volt, RYOT Verb, and XMAX V3 Pro
The Curer is relatively easy to clean and maintain as you only need to worry about the atomizers, the water filtration tank, and inside the 510-thread connection. First, remove the atomizer and clean the interior of the atomizer with an alcohol swab. Then, remove the water filtration tank and soak in alcohol. Finally, wipe the 510-thread connection base with a cotton swab lightly soaked in alcohol. Overall, it is easier to clean and maintain than the Pulsar APX v3 Wax, but harder to clean and maintain than the Pulsar APX v3 Volt, RYOT Verb and XMAX V3 Pro.
The LTQ Vapor Curer 3-in-1 vaporizer is recommended for unique yet discreet design, excellent versatility, and solid performance
So, respective of its place within the vaporizer spectrum, Curer’s ability to also work with flower and oil makes this more versatile than other similar vaporizers under $100. As an extract vaporizer, the LTQ Vapor Curer tastes slightly harsher than the Pulsar APX V3 Volt and the Auxo Cira, but more efficient than the XMAX Qomo. As a dry herb vaporizer, this is just as strong as the XMAX V3 Pro or the Pulsar APX V3 Vape, but much smoother than the XMAX Starry 3.0 and the RYOT Verb. In terms of maintenance, this is easier to clean than the Pulsar APX v3 Wax, but harder to clean than the Pulsar APX v3 Volt, RYOT Verb, and XMAX V3 Pro.
Reflecting on the product, I found that using the LTQ Vapor Curer as a dry herb vaporizer is much more effective than using it as an extract vaporizer, which tends to get clogged over time. Plus, the LTQ Vapor Curer would be excellent for travel and outdoor activities as it looks like an inconspicuous flask.
Have you tried the LTQ Vapor Curer 3-in-1 vaporizer? Let us know in the comments or on our forum.