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Boundless Tera Vaporizer (V3)
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Who's the Boundless Tera for?
The Boundless Tera is a great vaporizer for those looking for convection heating portable with strong tasty vapor, user replaceable batteries, even extraction with no need to stir and who do not mind a larger size.
In true Boundless vape style, the Tera produces tasty vapor with open airflow. It uses mostly convection heating to keep your herbs tasting great and lets them cool between draws helping you get the most out of your material.
Unlike the Boundless CF or CFX vaporizers, the Tera lets you swap out the dual 18650 batteries whenever you’re running low. This limits your vaping time to only the number of batteries you have ready to go.
In our initial stock battery test, the Tera vape got 50 - 60 minutes of continuous vape time or 10 sessions. That’s good, but not amazing battery life. But again, the swappable batteries make this a moot point.
Solid heat up time
The Boundless Tera heats up in 20 to 30 seconds depending on the temperature setting and the battery level. Plenty fast enough for sessions or a single hit here and there on the go. The quick cooling oven lets you come back later to the same bowl if you didn’t have time to finish it the first time.
Not pocket size
At 4.25 in tall, 2.25 in wide and 1.5 in deep, the Tera vaporizer has a lot of things going for it, but getting lost in your pocket isn’t one of them. It can fit in a bag or purse, but at almost 10 ounces (280g) it feels like a bit much for your pants pocket.
Great feel and solid build
If you want a solid vape, the Boundless Tera fits the bill. It’s heavy, can survive a decent drop, and has some texture on the side for grip. The contours have been shaped to fit your palm and fingers nicely, and the magnetic enclosures are strong enough to come off only when you want.
Water Pipe Adapter (WPA) included
If you know much about Boundless, you know that they are big fans of using their vapes with water filtration. Included with the Tera is a WPA which allows you to easily mate your vape to any 10, 14 or 18 mm male or female glass connection. This makes the Tera compatable with (nearly) any of your favorite glass pieces.
Digital temperature control + vibration
The Tera has full digital temperature control from 140° - 428° F (60° - 220° C) and a concentrate setting that pushes the temperature to 500° F for your extracts.
The digital display is sized just right and shows you the actual temperature and battery level, as well as an icon to distinguish between herb and extract mode. Vibrating haptic feedback alerts you when the session times out, and when powering on and off.
Dry herbs and extracts
As Boundless vaporizers always seem to do, the Tera pushes out impressive clouds with dry herbs even at lower temperatures. There is also an extract mode that pushes the temperature up to 500° F. The Tera comes with a stainless steel mesh pad that fits the oven but is a little dense to work really well.
The Boundless Tera vaporizer comes with a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty against defects and as with everything we sell, you are also covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
What's in the box
- Boundless Tera Vaporizer (latest V3 model)
- Glass Mouthpiece
- 2 x 18650 2500 mAh Batteries
- Water Pipe Adapter
- Stainless Steel Concentrate Pad
- Stainless Steel Chamber Screens
- Mouthpiece Screens
- Cleaning Brush
- USB Charger
- User Manual
- Dual 2500mAh 18650 Lithium-Ion Batteries
- Height: 4.25 in
- Width: 2.25 in
- Depth: 1.5 in
- Weight: 9.8 oz / 279 g
- 140° - 446° F / 60° - 230° C
- Fully Adjustable Temp. Range
- Micro USB Charging
- 3 Year Warranty
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- convection vape
First time for a purely convection vape; reminds of the 'Mighty'? Similar experience, like it..! Fat little handheld and nice 2 removable batteries...
Love the Tera but after using it for over a year the bottom started to split open. It's right where the batteries go in, the 2 bottom screws fell off and will not go back in, as if the inside was stripped. Not sure if it's from replacing the batteries often or from the heat it generates. Still works though.
Hi Al, I see that you took delivery of your Terra on 4/24/18, Al. Your Terra comes with a full 3-year warranty but unfortunately, we're outside of that 3-year warranty window otherwise we would have been able to replace it for you. With that said, it's good to know that it still works. If you ever have any further questions and or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me here: https://www.planetofthevapes.com/pages/contact-us We’re here to help. Take care, Larry
Hasn't charged since I purchased it.. I upgraded to a newer version thinking if I came bck to it then it would turn on eventually. Still does not charge I see this is a common issue amongst this version. The other batteries in My newer tera also has charge issues and the batteries are expensive to replace and it's scary replacing batteries now a days due to cheaply made batteries exploding
Hi Jessica, The problem may not be with the batteries but rather the Tera itself which we can replace under warranty. Reaching out to you now. Talk to you soon, Larry
When I first bought the Boundless Tera I was full of wishful thoughts and starry eyed dreams of blowing fat clouds with my newer, and bigger dry herb vape, deciding to upgrade from the Xmax Starry after about a year. However, now on my 3rd Boundless unit in just over half a year I now question if the upgrade was worth it. Sure, when things are going well with the Tera they are going extremely well. The device is quick to heat up, can easily pack a .4g bowl, tastes great, and blows huge clouds whether through the mouthpiece or especially when utilizing the included universal water pipe adapter. However, when things are going bad they are going horrific, the inside gasket for the bowl has a tendency to start falling apart after a few months use, the 18650 batteries are expensive, require a pair to add another battery cycle to your set up, and are easily damaged and have even caused one of my units to go up in smoke, not too mention buttons getting stuck and total system failures. Overall, I can't recommend the Tera to someone unless they know what they're getting into, if I did not already own one I would steer clear of purchasing one instead of saving up a little more for a Crafty+.
This isn't what we want to have happen, Lance. Creating a service ticket for you right now. Talk to you soon, Larry
The electronics that turn off/on, regulate temp, and charge the battery have been a problem and quit working altogether after 2 months. Before it quit working I liked it.
Hi Tim, I see that you've been working with Mike on this. He'll get back to you shortly. We'll get you squared away here. Regards, Larry