The niiceOne herbal vaporizer review and this is a dual purpose device that features touchscreen controls and despite that comes in at a very reasonable price.

I was only chatting the other day about how expensive some herbal vaporizers can be, so I’m intrigued to see how this sub £100 kit performs.

niiceone herbal vaporizer in hand

niice Tech is a UK company based in London with a team made up of technology, healthcare and importantly vaping experts – so these guys and girls really should know their stuff.

The company is committed to developing new products with a focus on state of the art hi-tech but keeping the overall price to the consumer as low as possible.

Incidentally, the niiceOne herbal vaporizer is their first release.

I’ve reviewed quite a few of what you’d call high end vaporizers, so will be very interested to see if this UK designed device can hold its own whilst remaining at a very competitive price point.

What Can We Expect From the niiceOne Herbal Vaporizer?

The niiceOne herbal vaporizer can be used for either plant or concentrate and using the same oven.

The kit comes with a choice of mouthpieces – a raised one and a flat – more on those later.

concentrates vaporizer oven
for concentrates

The device has touchscreen operation which is a first for me – and is definitely one of the first vaporizers to go down that route.

OK, let’s see how this one vapes.

For the record this one sent direct from niiceOne – thank you – and as always my thoughts and opinions are not swayed by freebies…

Inside the Box

niiceone herbal vaporizer box

  • 1 x NiiceOne vaporizer
  • 2 x mouthpiece (one flat, one raised)
  • 1 x mouthpiece for concentrates
  • 1 x micro USB cable
  • 1 x cleaning knife
  • 5 x pipe cleaner
  • 1 x cleaning brush
  • 1 x user manual

Key Features

As I’ve already mentioned, the niiceOne herbal vaporizer is made for dual use – that’s concentrates and plant.

It’s a single but dual oven, so there’s not need to swap it out if switching between herb or concentrate, but there is a choice of mouthpieces – more on those in a mo’.

dual oven vaporizer
single oven – dual use

It’s got a bit of oomph behind it too with a rather large 2680mAh internal Li-Ion battery that can bake your material in about a minute.

As for temperature, this is where the niiceOne herbal vaporizer stands out as it has 100 different temperature options between 175°C – 235°C [345F – 455F].

That might sound like overkill, but all it really means is you can adjust the temperature in 1 degree increments.

Design and Build Quality

The niiceOne herbal vaporizer is made from quality materials and despite the ‘entry level price‘, looks and feels good in the hand.

Put it this way, and compared to some of the more expensive vaporizers I’ve used, this one holds its own for sure, both in looks and much of the build quality.

niiceOne vaporizer reviewed
only available in black

The outer-shell feels like aluminum alloy giving it a nice weight, and that matte brushed effect gives it look more expensive look than the price suggests.

The oven chamber is made from stainless steel and ceramic and can take up to 0.5g of product – enough for one and maybe for 2 😉

Design wise and it’s very reminiscent of the PAX3 if a little wider.

Airflow Control Comes From the Different Mouthpieces

As for the two mouthpieces, one is flat whilst the other is slightly raised like a duckbill style you find on some popular pod mods.

Given there’s no airflow control, this is the only way you can swap out the tightness or looseness of the draw.

This vaporizer is operated via the touchscreen and I’ll take a look at how that performs in a wee while.

OK, let’s give this one a toot or two to see if the flavour and vapour is on par with vaporizers that are twice the price.

But first let’s see how you get the niiceOne herbal vaporizer baking and ready to vape.

niiceOne Herbal Vaporizer Quick Start Guide

  • Click button on the top right hand side x3 for on and off
  • Device vibrates and screen says Hello
  • Set vaping mode by holding middle of the screen for one second
  • Screen shows mode options: Dry Herb or Extract – select by pressing on the screen
  • Swipe down on the screen and this lets you swap between C and F or turning the vibrate effect on/off
  • Use up and down buttons to select your perfect temperature setting
  • Once selected hold fire button x3 seconds and the oven will begin heating up
  • There’s a digital count ‘up‘ to show progress
  • Whilst warming up the lights will show orange and turn to blue and vibrate once ready
  • Vape!

Incidentally, there’s no user guide in the box – you can view it HERE.

Note: there is a tool bag with the kit containing all you’ll need to clean the niiceOne herbal vaporizer: pipe cleaners, concentrates knife and brush.

niiceone herbal vaporizer toolkit

It is very important you keep on top of cleaning the chamber – a clean oven is important to maintain the flavour and performance.

How Does the niiceOne Herbal Vaporizer Perform?

Unfortunately I still haven’t got my hands on any concentrate – CBD or any other

So I’m only going to be able to try this one out using CBD flower and a variety I know very well indeed.

mode settings

I found there’s plenty of room to pack in your product – I say pack in, don’t force it down, just kid of ‘tamp‘ so it can can breathe.

There were no problems with baking and after about 50 seconds the blue lights came on with no issues at all.

led lights
blue lights ready to vape!

Very smooth to operate indeed – impressive.

niiceOne Herbal Vaporizer Raised Mouthpiece

OK, I set the temp at 420F – my favourite setting on all vaporizers lol – the first vape and there was the slightest back taste of burned new something

Kind of like the smell you get from a new heater/radiator kind of thing – maybe heat it up empty before using for the first time? Don’t quote me on that – just thinking out loud!

niiceone herbal vaporizer raised mouthpiece

It soon passed – a couple of seconds – but memo to me, clean the chamber with an alcohol wipe first time you use it!

OK this is quite a warm vape – almost but not quite, too hot for the first few puffs. Not unpleasant by any means, just felt a lot hotter than other vaporizers I’ve used at this temperature.

It took me a couple of draws to actually get what I would class as a mouthful of vapour, but once I got it going, things perked up a lot.

And you really do get a decent amount of rich vapour in your mouth – I actually coughed until I got used it – this really does kick it out!

On the exhale there was indeed a cloud – more like an MTL vape tank than sub-ohm, but very respectable indeed.

Flavour wise, once I got past that ‘newness‘ taste, it was very good.

As for the draw, it’s really quite loose – think restrictive lung hit, and bang on my preferred regular vaping style – no need to huff and puff put it that way.

Whilst not quite matching the likes of the Pax 3 or indeed the Firefly 2, for the price this was pretty tasty…

niiceOne Herbal Vaporizer Flat Mouthpiece

I gave the chamber a good clean out this time lol.

I packed the same CBD flower in exactly the same way, but this time set the temp to 350F as 420F was a little on the hotter than warm side for me, plus I wanted to try it at a lower temp.


As expected the vapour was cooler, and to be honest I really enjoyed the flavour off this setting.

There really wasn’t a lot of difference flavour wise and given this is a more restricted airflow, if anything the taste jumped up a couple of notches.

It’s definitely tight and with 10 being wide open this is a 5 to 6, but you don’t have too work too hard if that makes sense.

Of the two mouthpieces and despite preferring an airy vape, this mouthpiece at that temp was my go to sweet spot.

Good vape indeed!


  • Dead simple to use
  • Touchscreen works OKish
  • Vast amount of temperature options
  • Dual use out of the box
  • Choice of mouthpieces
  • Good flavour
  • Great clouds
  • Even bake – if packed correctly!
  • BIG battery!
  • VERY reasonable price


  • Funny taste first time used – clean the oven!!!
  • Touchscreen can be hit and miss – may be my stupid fingers!
  • Only airflow control is the choice of mouthpieces

Final Review Verdict

Herbal vaporizers come in all shapes and prices with some of the most well known being actual wallet busters.

Sure, the Pax3 and the Firefly 2 are superb devices, but man are they expensive.

temp control

I’ve reviewed a few of the entry priced vaporizers and not all have been up to scratch.

For a ‘budget priced‘ vaporizer, this one definitely is up to scratch in a big way.

I’ve seen the niiceOne herbal vaporizer on sale for under £70 and in most places it’s sub £100 by a long way – a bargain for what you’re getting.

The beauty of this one is you don’t need to splash out for a separate oven – it does both out of the box – and there’s some premium touches too.

Very Easy To Operate

I love the simplicity – especially the touchscreen that has no issues once you get used to it.

Yes, it does take a bit of getting used to but like many touchscreen devices, you need to be precise or it will jump to the option above or below – no biggie in the scheme of things.

on off bake switch

Most important is the overall vape experience, from packing to baking to vaping.

The niiceOne herbal vaporizer is a real pleasure to use and the flavour is certainly on the better side of good – good amount of vapour too.

It sounds daft, but on higher settings the vape is close to being hot.

I have a feeling that’s due to the airway design – it might be a little on the short side, obviously meaning there’s no chance for the vapour to cool down…

Great Value Vaporizer

That aside, you can get this one for less than half the price of one of the big boys and in truth there’s a cigarette paper sized gap between the performance.

So yeah, I like it and if this is more your budget, I have no hesitation in recommending it highly.

Put it this way, I was going to give this to my dear old friend ‘Hippy John‘ – 75 and still going strong – must be what he ‘smokes‘ lol.

I’m meeting him on a park bench on Easter Sunday for a few beers – open air public beer dates are a thing nowadays – however I won’t be handing this one over:)

This one is staying right here – sorry dude lol.


Are you using the niiceOne herbal vaporizer?

Considering buying it?

Let me know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below.

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Neil Humber

I have simpler vape tastes these days - I never leave home without a Caliburn G, a Vaporesso Luxe 40 or Innokin EQ FLTR and a CBD vape pen or bottle of CBD drops in my rucksack...or indeed an Aspire Nautilus Prime X in my pocket... At home I'll be using various mods topped with the GeekVape Zeus X RTA or the Signature Mods Mono SQ topped with the Augvape BTFC RDA... I'm a former journalist and now a writer and sometimes author... I'm ex Army - adore dogs and never happier than hiking over the hills or with a good book on a beach.

Build Quality
Ease of Use
Flavour Flat Mouthpiece
Flavour Raised Mouthpiece
Likelihood of Replacing if Lost Or Damaged
I have simpler vape tastes these days - I never leave home without a Caliburn G, a Vaporesso Luxe 40 or Innokin EQ FLTR and a CBD vape pen or bottle of CBD drops in my rucksack...or indeed an Aspire Nautilus Prime X in my pocket... At home I'll be using various mods topped with the GeekVape Zeus X RTA or the Signature Mods Mono SQ topped with the Augvape BTFC RDA... I'm a former journalist and now a writer and sometimes author... I'm ex Army - adore dogs and never happier than hiking over the hills or with a good book on a beach.
niiceone-herbal-vaporizer-reviewA very good herbal vaporizer for the price and this one comes highly recommended - lovin' the touchscreen controls!


  1. I’ve had mine for about two months now (ordered after reading this review), and I’ve been really impressed! This is my second dry herb vape

    I’d definitely advise doing a burn off before using too. I usually start on 160C and then gradually work my way up. But if you’re looking for more of a “chilled” feeling, I’d advise leaving it at around 160-170. I haven’t used concentrates in the device so can’t comment on that.

    There’s a card in the device with a link to the online instructions manual. Personally, the less paper waste the better.

    I do wish they sold some of the accessories separately though (I have contacted them about this), as I like to replace my filters fairly often.

    • Glad you’re enjoying it 🙂 I agree on the accessories being sold separately – it would definitely be good for users and of course generate more income for the company…let’s hope they listen 🙂 Cheers!

  2. I’ve just received my niiceone and it’s charging now. I read a lot about various different vapes before deciding to go for this one. I’ve never vaped before and I’m really looking forward to hopefully abolishing the ‘building’ process of rolling my own – a task I hate!

    Whilst doing all my research I do remember seeing it said somewhere to do an empty burn off first so I’ll definitely be doing that. I was a little surprised that there are no instructions whatsoever along with the niiceone. Not even a QuickStart guide but this was the first link I clicked after searching online for the instructions and Neil has very kindly included the link to the instructions in this review. Thank you! As a first time vape user I hadn’t a clue where to begin!

    Anyway my niiceone should be just about charged now so I’m going to get it set up and give it a go – I may, at some point, get round to coming back with my verdict. If I don’t you know it’s really, really, really good! 😉

    • Good choice for your first vaporizer and yeah a bit strange no instructions included – vaporizers can be a little trickier than a vape kit! Hope you’re enjoying it 🙂

  3. Thanks for the nicely detailed review, just ordered mine now, my 1st herb vape, fingers crossed this can replace combusted smoke, for the sake of my poor lungs.


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