SuicideGirls in The Potlander!

SuicideGirls Makes Some of the Best Vape Cartridges We’ve Ever Used

It’s a pivot that makes sense and enriches everyone involved.

As the head of sales at SuicideGirls Cannabis, Dominic Grech is the man working to align a “lifestyle brand” most famous for posting pictures of naked women with purple hair, plugs and knuckle tattoos with the burgeoning cannabis business.

Now, SuicideGirls is selling vapes. Specifically, a lineup of three cartridges called Chill Hustle Zero. And if you ask me, they’re onto something. It’s a pivot that makes sense, and enriches everyone involved: It could be the Playboy’s Host & Bar Book of Trump’s America.

The first thing to notice about the CHO cartridges is the build quality. Even if you’re dropping $75 for a cartridge in Portland, you’re probably getting a plastic tube with a plastic mouthpiece. SuicideGirls partnered with a manufacturer to make a metal-and-glass cartridge that screws onto a normal 510 battery.

“The industry has mostly used plastic, which we felt was a cheap and inferior product,” Grech says. “There are health concerns about vaping with plastic, so we chose to go with a more expensive, higher-end solution, which included using glass.”

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SuicideGirls Vapes

SuicideGirls Vapes


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