Heavy Hitters is a legitimate product, but the company’s steam carts are routinely counterfeited and sold on the black market.
Heavy Hitters vape cartridges are known to come in rad-yet-stylishly macabre packaging. We are particularly known for providing potent weed oil puffs that do not contain fillers such as vegetable oils or vitamin E acetate. Of course, these factors combined make Heavy Hitters ‘ carts perfect for black marketers to sell their own fake versions of these award-winning items.
A Heavy Hitters cartridge is considered a fake when it contains oil that was not manufactured by the company, Heavy Hitters. In China, companies produce cartridges with Heavy Hitters branding, logos, and packaging. We’re not sure if the real company will legally threaten any of the Chinese manufacturers because there might not be a trademark since technically Heavy Hitters is a federally illegal item.
The trouble with Heavy Hitters is that even the real ones had pesticide problems. It’s supposed to be clean now, but see our Vape Pen Pesticides, Power, and Residual Solvent Test site.
Here are the product specs for Heavy Hitters cartridges:
*1.0ML0.9mm inlet X 2
* screen printing LOGO
*Medium tube laser LOG
The hanger hole is way off centered on some fakes and that can be a giveaway, but many are right on point. Below is an image of a fake one.
Here are the companies in China making fake Heavy Hitters cartridges
Nuwelltek Technology Limited
Contact person: Trista Liu
Phone: +86 135 0148 0623
Email: [email protected]
Shenzhen Vayea Technology Co.,ltd
Contact: Jeremy Ouyang
email/skype: [email protected]
Tell/Whatsapp/Wechat: +86 13670056775
Shenzhen Ugo Technology Co., Ltd.
Boerxin Technology Co., Ltd
Contact Person: Nicolas Tse
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