Utillian 5 (V3) Wax Pen Review

Experience powerful puffs at their finest with the Utillian 5 Vape.

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Mell Green

Mell is a cannabis connoisseur who has been published in nearly 50 online publications surrounding cannabis, including Cannabis Industry Association, Analytical Cannabis, Terpenes and Testing Magazine, Plant People, Byrdie, and...

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Using the Utillian 5 wax vaporizer
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The Utillian 5 (v3) wax pen is a good portable vape for those who find other vapes a hassle to load and use. This is a vape pen that works exclusively with wax and concentrates, making it a great choice for those who enjoy dabs on the go. One of the most popular features of this vape pen is the integrated loading tool that makes loading your vape easier than ever before. You can also choose between four voltage settings depending on how hot you want to burn your wax.

Unlike other vapes, the Utillian 5 has an adjustable airflow ring that’s great for giving you the puff you want. You can adjust to the airflow that you like most and take the perfect hit every time. However, I must say that this pen isn’t great for those always on the go, as this vape’s battery life is quite poor and there’s a good chance it’s going to die on you. It’s also very easy to damage or break, so if you’re someone with butterfingers, you’re going to have to be extra careful when handling this pen.

The Utillian 5 wax pen isn’t the best pen on the market, not by far. But, it does work well and is a good option for those who don’t necessarily mind a poor battery life or the occasional scratch. This device needs a better battery life and more durable features to be the pen I want it to. But, in general, it does hit well and produce smooth puffs that I can’t complain about. But, for nearly $100, I’m not sure it’s worth it.
Ease of Use
Ease of Cleaning
Adjustable airflow
Four voltage settings
Advanced mouthpiece design with integrated loading tool
Super easy to load
Comes with a one-year hassle-free warranty
Can hold up to 0.3 grams of concentrate
Very poor battery life
Pen is very bulky and heavy to handle
Breaks easily; isn’t as durable as it should be
Other pens hold much more concentrate than 0.3 grams

Product Specs

Product:Utillian 5 (V3)
Where to Buy:TVape, Utillian
Build Materials:Stainless Steel, Kanthal, Titanium, Ceramic
Temperatures:2.2V, 2.4V, 2.6V, 2.8V
Coils:1x Twisted Kanthal Coil, 1x Triple Titanium Coil
Similar Products: Pax 3

Potent Puffs, Poor Portability

Utillian 5 vaporizer for wax and concentrates
Photo: Mell Green / CBD Oracle

Overall, it’s important for me to be honest and say that there are better wax vapes out there for you than the Utillian 5. While there isn’t anything glaringly wrong with this vape, it just doesn’t quite meet the standards of trailblazers on the market today. The Utillian 5 works well and produces smooth, powerful hits; it’s also incredibly easy to load, which is a wonderful component in and of itself. However, you’re going to quickly find that the battery life of this massive pen isn’t very substantial, and you’ll be charging this thing pretty frequently. 

Utillian 5 vaporizer parts
Photo: Mell Green / CBD Oracle

I did enjoy the hits that I got from the Utillian, and sometimes I did feel as though the hits were milkier and fuller than other vape pens I’ve tried like the Pax. This was a nice feeling, as it made me feel like I was getting a lot of use out of the vape pen.

If you enjoy taking deep, milky hits, then this is a good vape pen to get that from, even when it comes to wax. That being said, those with more experience with concentrates would probably benefit from this wax pen more than a beginner, simply because of the power of the puffs themselves.

What’s included:

  • Utillian 5 (v3) wax pen
  • Twisted Kanthal coil 
  • Triple titanium coil 
  • USB charger


Here are some highlights and tips that we find helpful when learning about the Utillian 5 wax pen.

Don’t Forget the Charger!

The battery life of the Utillian 5 vape pen is something that could definitely use improvement. This pen will die very quickly, within a few hours of using it; so, it’s crucial to have your charger on hand and be ready to plug it in at a moment’s notice. Trust me, the last thing you want is a dead vape pen just when you’re starting your adventures! Instead, make sure the pen is charged before your session, and have the charger on hand just in case something goes awry.

Careful When Handling

As soon as you pick up the Utillian 5 vape pen, you’ll notice that it’s got some weight to it. Be careful! If you drop this vape pen too many times or in the wrong spot, there’s a very high likelihood that you’re going to damage or even break the pen. Many consumers struggle with damaging their Utillian 5 because of how hefty it is. 

When you take this pen with you on the go, you have to make sure to be extra careful handling it. Keep it stored in safe spaces and handle it with caution.

How Does the Utillian 5 Compare

Most people compare the Utillian vape pen to a Pax vape pen because they both can handle concentrates, are hand-held, and produce potent, full hits. The Pax is better for those who want to enjoy both concentrates and flowers, and it’s also better when it comes to the battery life and functionality. But, if you want to save some money, the Utillian vape is about half the price of the average Pax.

If you wanted a vape pen that was less hefty and a bit better for portability than the Utillian, we’d suggest turning to the Linx Blaze, instead. This vape pen is much lighter in the hand and more durable overall, but it doesn’t produce the powerful hits that the Utillian does.

Is the Utillian 5 Vape Worth It?

The Utillian 5 vape pen is worth it for those consumers who need full, powerful, milky hits every time. This pen does work incredibly well and burns concentrates more flawlessly than most on the market. However, you have to keep in mind the poor battery life and the less durable build quality; this means you have to be more cognizant when handling than you do with other vapes. After all, you don’t want to break it just by sitting on it wrong or dropping it after it rolls out of your lap.

Thankfully, this vape pen is priced well at under $90, making it a good option for those who want a high-end vape but maybe don’t want to hit that $100 budget. The Utillian 5 works well, loads easily, and has great adjustable settings; just be careful of its durability and battery life when taking puff after puff.