The Supreme Vaporizer is absolutely, the top, the most powerful and highest quality vapor producer in the world. So-called "top vaporizers" like the Volcano, DaVinci, VapeXhale, Mighty, Arizer, and a LONG list of other vapes will never perform as well as the Supreme because the Supreme utilizes a patented technology to eliminate the "streamtube effect" which causes 95% power loss.
To understand the streamtube effect you must know the difference between a streamline, streamtube, and laminar flow. The picture below shows air flowing past an airplane wing, a red section called a streamtube, and multiple blue streamlines inside of the streamtube. A streamline is a path traced out by a particle as it moves with the air flow. A streamtube, by definition, can only have laminar flowing streamlines.
Laminar flow is defined as particles moving in parallel to neighbor particles where particles paths NEVER cross.
Laminar flow is incredibly strong and does not like to break apart. No matter how fast the airplane wing above is moving, almost all streamlines directly in front of the wing will compress and flow smoothly around the wing without ever touching the wing. This fact is very important when you try to smash air into a heating element (whether its a hot coil or other heated structure). Only a super thin layer of air will contact the heating element while the majority of air will pass without contact.
Pictured below is a cross section view showing laminar flowing streamlines inside a red colored heating element tube where streamlines are represented by small dots (red and blue) moving in a laminar direction INTO your computer screen. If a streamline makes contact with the heating element it is colored red, if a streamline never touches the heating element it is colored blue.
Notice that a huge majority of dots are blue and they never touch the heating element. If you look inside a 1mm diameter round heating element tube with a microscope (and imagine the example above) and you were able see tiny atoms represented as dots, you would see hundreds of trillions of dots and you would see that more than 95% of them NEVER touch the heating element. This is the streamtube effect and causes 95% loss of power in heat transfer. The heat transfer rate of any vaporizer can be estimated by visualizing the streamtube effect inside the heating element. Air is just like electricity and will always take the path of least resistance. If you give air any opportunity whatsoever to slip away, like providing a little hole, it will always slip away with minimal contact.
The Supreme Vaporizer uses a multistage air processing system to completely eliminate the streamtube effect. Below is an air flow diagram showing the air flow inside the Supreme Vaporizer heating element. Next to that diagram is a picture of the actual plates inside the heating element. Each plate systematically agitates air in 3 dimensionally different directions BEFORE it sends that air to the next plate to be further processed. Using tactical corners, each plate directs air into a 180 degree turn (up-down circular spin) when air first enters the front/center of the plate, plus it creates a different spin (left-right spin) using the front/sides, then it shoots that turbulent air towards the middle of the plate (in a forward-back direction) which crashes turbulently into the middle section of the plate until that air finally stabilizes into laminar flow to enter the next plate. It does this 11 times until the streamtube effect is 100% eliminated.
Most vaporizers have a very high failure rate in their air processing system due to the streamtube effect. Have you heard of the V.A.S. syndrome? It stands for Vaporizer Acquisition Syndrome and is caused by a lack of aerodynamic knowledge. If you don't learn how a vaporizer mechanically processes air, in order to eliminate the streamtube effect, you'll keep buying shitty vapes. The V.A.S. and the streamtube effect are both very real. Don't buy another vaporizer until you understand the streamtube effect. Please contact us if you have any questions.