Exhale Brands changes the vape game with…


Exhale Brands’ AirBuds

Photo: Wade Vandervort

Thu, Apr 14, 2022 (2 a.m.)

Since their introduction in 2016, Apple’s AirPods have grow to be each wildly well-liked and a stylish standing image. The idea is superb—a compact, virtually utterly cellular wi-fi gadget that is available in its personal charging case. What extra might a shopper ask for?

Pete Findley, CEO of Las Vegas-based Exhale Brands, was additionally enamored of the AirPods idea, and famous the general public’s affinity for it.

“We really liked the form factor, how it fit in your pocket really well,” he says. “The problem with most vape pens—a lot of vape pens—is they’re like a pencil or pen; they’re really long. If you sit down, it can be awkward. We wanted to bring a disruptive product to the market. It’s very different than anything else out there.”

Exhale’s AirBuds, which launch on April 16 at dispensaries all through Nevada, produce other options in frequent with AirPods apart from approximating their measurement and form.

The product is available in a chargeable case. When you open it, you’ll discover the pen, together with an additional cartridge. According to their testing, Findley says, the battery can final by wherever from 8 to 10 cartridges. Plus, the case sports activities a battery meter, so that you’re are at all times conscious of how a lot cost the case is carrying.

The All-in-One Vape Starter Kit retails for $100, and two-pack half gram substitute pod cartridges value $50. Additionally, Exhale Brands is planning to launch silicone instances with carabiner clips, to make carrying your pen round straightforward.

“It’s incredibly well built. When you feel it, it feels like Apple [products],” Findley says. “There’s a lot of importance to that, because it feels like such high quality.”

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Evelyn Mateos is Deputy Editor of Las Vegas Weekly. She most not too long ago served as managing editor for Editor & Publisher, …

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