CannaCloud - Pod Based Marijuana Vaporizer System
We’re all familiar with coffee pods, K-Cups, and other ways to brew single cups of coffee, but what do you do if you want a single dose of marijuana? With legal marijuana on the rise, there has to be a solution and Cannakorp was born. CannaKorop is the world's first single-serve, pod-based vaporizer system and it's coming to market in early 2017. Dubbed the CannaCloud, it's essentially the Keurig of cannabis.
Here's how CannaCloud works:
- The user inserts a pre-measured cup of marijuana into a travel mug-like canister.
- With the press of a button, the canister heats the marijuana and fills with vapor in less than a minute.
- A plastic mouthpiece opens a one-way valve that releases the vapor. Voilà.
If using the CannaCloud sounds similar to popping a K-Cup into a Keurig machine, that's because CannaKorp has two former executives from the leading single-serve coffee maker company sitting at the helm.
'When you pick up one of the pods, you're able to read the brand, strength, and strain,' Dave Manly, chairman of CannaKorp, told Tech Insider back in November. 'Every time you do it, it's going to be the same.'
The CannaCloud will retail for $149, but a single-use pod, which contains only 0.4 grams of marijuana will run $9.99 each.
Via.The 'Keurig for marijuana' by CannaKorp
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Posted by Jay Brewer at June 1, 2016 7:43 AM
As a foillowup to my earlier post, I am aware of cancer patients who use 6.5 grams per day. That's $160/day or $4800/month which is laughable.
Personally I don't think that the price of the unit is prohibitively expensive, but I would balk at paying for more than one pod per day at that price point (and I would need several pods per day).
As a medical user I say no way. $25/g isn't reasonable. Perhaps for someone who uses recreationally.
With defined, repeatable access to cloned strains and a 2 digit balance there is no need for this. Nonetheless it is a nifty piece of gear.