The best tech products and weed accessories to celebrate 420

By Sofia Gallarate

Updated May 18, 2020 at 05:42 PM

Reading time: 2 minutes

Today is 420, the first and hopefully the last one we will celebrate while in quarantine. If you’re a weed enthusiast, you most likely spend any extra time you can get on finding out how to level up your smoking (or vaporizing) game.

For this 420, whether you’re planning on smoking twice as much as you would usually do or you’ve smoked up your stash weeks ago and are about to ride the cooking craze wave and bake space cakes to properly celebrate 420, we selected the weed gadgets and tech products just for you in order to enhance your smoking experience and make this 420 extra special. Here are the best tech products for stoners.

Strain Genie

Strain Genie is a platform that matches your DNA with the weed strain that, according to their research, is the best fit for you depending on your health. By partnering with home-testing companies such as 23AndMe, MyHeritage, Ancestry and FamilyTreeDNA, Strain Genie provides users with a test kit that will later on be processed to generate a personalised 19-page cannabis report. “Know which dosages and ratios of cannabinoids and terpenes you should prioritize on your informed cannabis journey,” reads Strain Genie’s website.

Some of you might be wary of what a DNA testing kit may represent, but once you manage to overlook this aspect, you might discover some important facts about your cannabis consumption and discover different strains of it. We knew 2019 was the year of DNA home-testing kits, but you might want to give it another go in 2020, if only for a better high.

Weed apps

Tech is constantly innovating, even in the weed industry with the help of cannabis tech apps. While most of them only work in specific locations—as they exist in accordance to whether smoking and buying weed is legal or not—they are still worth mentioning to get a sense of what the future of legalisation looks like.

Leafly, for instance, is an app that contains a detailed database of cannabis strains, cannabis-related latest news, and which gives users the possibility to choose a weed strain according to the different symptoms they want to cure.

EazeMD was an app that was only available in California that enabled face-to-face virtual consultations with doctors who could eventually send patients recommendations. As a medical marijuana recommendation is no longer required for most areas in California, the app shifted into Eaze, a delivery service for cannabis products. While ordering weed legally on an app sounds like a far away dream for non California residents, Eaze showcases a near future where medical marijuana is not only legalised, but easily accessible through digital technology.

Smart weed vaporizers

For all the tech and weed enthusiasts out there who intend to level up the way in which they consume cannabis this 420, hi-tech vaporizers are the way forward. Characterised by cutting edge designs, these vaporizers are set to enhance your weed experience. In other words, you’re about to get high on another level.

Best tech products and weed accessories to celebrate 420

Among them is the PAX 3, a portable vape that works with both flowers and concentrates. Its accompanying app also provides temperature control and management of vapour and flavour output to make sure users can balance it out according to their preferences.

If PAX 3 is a decent upgrade, Puffco Peak is the ultimate luxury vaporizer. For $379,99, this portable see-through electronic vaporizer eliminates the manual parts of the dabbing process, making it all smooth and clean.

Happy 420

I see you ordering your new vaporizer with next day delivery. Enjoy as responsibly as you can, and happy 420!

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