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Ooze C-Core vs the Competition

Ooze C-Core vs the Competition

Samantha Catrambone |

C-Core Technology has dominated the cannabis accessory industry since its release. Competitor brands may have similar products in the concentrate and flower vape categories, but none are as advanced or affordable as the new Ooze C-Core Collection. With bigger clouds, maximum efficiency, competitive price points, and an overall elevated vaping experience, this vaporizer line is hitting it out of the park.

To see how other cannabis vapes on the market measure up, let's compare all 4 C-Core vapes to their top competitor device. This way, you can easily explain to your customers why they should spend less and get more with C-Core!

C-Core Vapes vs. Other Cannabis Vapes on the Market

Ooze Beacon Extract Vaporizer vs. Puffco Plus

A graphic comparing the Ooze Beacon for $30 to the Puffco Plus for $90 and shows difference between the two.

The Ooze Beacon Extract Vaporizer is a powerful vape for cannabis concentrates equipped with C-Core technology. Packed into the familiar sleek shape of a standard Ooze vape, this unique and extremely popular new vape streamlines the dabbing experience, all for the affordable price point MSRP of $30. Puffco, another brand in the cannabis accessory space, has a similar but more expensive portable dab pen on the market that retails for an MSRP of $90. Let's talk more about the key differences between the two.

The Beacon features the C-Core Onyx Atomizer, a flat C-Core dish with proprietary ceramic that heats the concentrates evenly, leaving little to no residue behind. This technology makes clean-up a breeze, giving users the most out of their stash. On the other hand, the Puffco Plus is made using standard ceramic, which heats concentrates unevenly, leaving residue behind for a less potent sesh and messy clean-up process.

A black, blue, red, and rainbow Ooze Onyx atomizer for the Beacon dab pen are all lined up, laying on their sides with the blue Azul dishes showing.

The Onyx Atomizer in the Beacon also has a wide bucket for easier loading than standard buckets, giving the user ample room to load their dabs into. Unfortunately, the Puffco Plus has a skinny bucket, which is difficult to load and could result in lost product.

Another unique selling point of the Beacon is its coil resistance of 0.8 ohms, making it a sub-ohm vape device. Sub-ohm is a vaping technique that offers bigger clouds, more flavor, and cleaner hits than regular vaping. The Puffco Plus isn't a sub-ohm vape, meaning users won't get the same draw as they would with the Beacon. Overall, the Beacon is ⅓ of the price of the Puffco Plus, with more features, better vape quality, and easier clean-up!

Ooze Booster Extract Vaporizer VS. Puffco Proxy

A graphic comparing the rainbow Ooze Booster for $50 to the Puffco Proxy for $300, explaining the difference between the two.

The Ooze Booster is a two-in-one wax pen that uses C-Core technology to deliver a fuller, cleaner, and more efficient dabbing experience than ever before. This incredible concentrate device functions as a handheld vape pen or torchless dab rig, giving users more freedom to choose their adventure, all for the affordable price point MSRP of $50. A similar product on the market, the Puffco Proxy, comes with a hefty price tag MSRP of $300. Let's compare both devices.

A huge selling point of the Booster Extract Vaporizer is its dual functionality. It can be used as a handheld dab pen or inserted into a 14mm water pipe (with a 14mm water pipe adapter included) to create a torchless dab rig experience. The Puffco Proxy only has a single function with the original kit, meaning you have to buy expensive add-ons if you want to add on additional features.

The Booster also comes with 2 Onyx Atomizers, so the user doesn't have to worry when the first one is on its last leg. Plus, after they have used both atomizers, replacements, and additional atomizer packs are affordable! Unfortunately, the Puffco Proxy only includes one atomizer, so users will have to race back to the store to buy expensive replacements and accessories once the first one is no longer usable. Overall, the Booster is a much better deal than the Puffco Proxy, giving your customers incredible sessions for only a tiny fraction of the price!

Ooze Electro Barrel E-Rig VS. Lookah Unicorn 2.0

A graphic comparing the red Ooze Electro Barrel to the Lookah Unicorn 2.0, explaining the difference between the two.

The Ooze Electro Barrel E-Rig powered by the C-Core Onyx Atomizer is the first of its kind. It's one of the only sub-ohm electric rigs on the market, so comparing it to a competitor product is hard. The Lookah Unicorn 2.0 Electric Dab Rig is about as similar as we could find. However, there are a couple few key differences that create a clear winner in our minds.

First, the Electro Barrel features an atomizer that is 100% heavy metal free, giving users a clean sesh every time while the Lookah Unicorn 2.0 uses quartz coils, which put extracts directly on the metal wire wrapped around the coils. Another key difference is their battery capacities. The Electro Barrel has a 2000 mAh battery for longer sessions in between charges. On the other hand, the Lookah Unicorn 2.0 has a 950 mAh battery that will only last about half the time as the Electro Barrel before needing to be plugged in.

A white guy is pulling out the water chamber from the blue Ooze Electro Barrel e-rig.

Another awesome component of the Electro Barrel is that it features a Type-C charger with pass-through charging, which means users can charge their device and use it simultaneously! The Lookah doesn't have this feature and uses a Micro USB charger instead. To top it off, the Lookah has a spillable water chamber that isn't fully enclosed, which can lead to a mess of resin water everywhere. The Electro Barrel has a fully enclosed water chamber, making it a better option for travel.

With a price tag MSRP of $200, the Lookah Unicorn 2.0 doesn't have the same portability, functionality, and safety as the Electro Barrel (which retails for an MSRP of $70) at nearly three times the cost.

Ooze Verge Dry Herb Vaporizer VS. Pax Plus

A graphic comparing the black Ooze Verge for $138 to the Pax Plus dry herb vape for $250, explaining the difference between the two.

Dry herb vaporizers effortlessly blend the old-school vibe of smoking flower with the new-age technology out on the cannabis accessory market today. The Ooze Verge Dry Herb Vaporizer has elevated the entire flower vaping experience, providing three heating methods for maximum efficiency. Let's compare the Verge to another popular dry herb vape on the market, the Pax Plus, to see how it levels up on the competition.

The Verge comes in at a competitive price point MSRP of $140 compared to the Pax Plus, which retails for over $100 more at an MSRP of $250. This price difference is difficult to justify, considering the Verge has better heating and better battery capacity. Let's take a look.

The Verge features a nano-Glazed ceramic heating chamber with a proprietary ceramic formula that uses conduction, convection, and far infrared heat to ensure the ground flower is vaporized evenly all while using less battery power per session. The Pax Plus only uses conduction heating, which won't heat the product as evenly, wasting precious terpenes in every session.

A girl with long red nails is holding a black Ooze Verge in one hand and the heating pod in the other with the ceramic chamber showing.

The Nano-Glazed ceramic heating chamber has a 0.5g capacity, one of the largest capacities on the market, which is 100% heavy metal free for safe sessions. In comparison, the Pax Plus uses a stainless steel heating chamber with oven inserts for 0.25g and 0.5g capacity. We prefer the fully removable magnetic heating pod in the Verge because it makes cleaning quick and easy.

Another thing to consider is battery capacity. The Pax Plus has a larger 3500 mAh battery but only provides 8-10 sessions per charge. On the other hand, the Verge has a smaller 2500 mAh battery but will give the user 10-12 sessions per charge because of its efficient heating design! The Verge also has precise temperature and time control with an OLED screen for easy navigation while the Pax Plus doesn't even have a screen. Users only have a single button to control the device, which means no temp or time control functionality.

A black Verge is flipped upside down and attached to a purple Glyco bong using the water pipe adapter.

The Verge also has a water pipe adapter sold separately for an enjoyable flameless bong experience upgrade. The Pax Plus does come with a concentrate cup, but reviews quickly point out that it gets super messy, so the added functionality isn't worth the clean-up. Overall, the Verge features more reliable heating, better cloud production, more sessions per charge, and more user functionality. That's a clear winner in our books!

Knowing how the new products on your store shelves measure up against the competition is a great way to ensure you make the sale. We recommend sharing this insightful article with your team so everyone on your staff is briefed on the new C-Core collection and understands why it isn't even a competition when it comes to other products on the market today!


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