CFV Redesigned: Evolution of the Convection Heater

CFV Redesigned: Evolution of the Convection Heater

Convection power is a force that is hard to contain, especially in a portable aromatherapy device. Utilizing convection power in a portable device requires the heating elements and oven to be working together harmoniously in order to deliver an efficient and smooth experience. To have a portable that is focused on convection and able to produce the satisfying and tasty clouds expected proves to be a daunting task.

The Tera is a formidable attempt at this but proved to be a bit overpowered by some. There is no question that the Tera is a beast of a convection unit although with this, comes sacrificing some portability. The two 18650 batteries make the unit a bit hard to contain as it seems that all the Tera wants to do is extract.

For our third iteration of a convection portable, we decided to upgrade the existing CFV with the internals of the Tera. The heating chamber and oven design of the Tera are now incorporated into the shell of the CFV. This means that the stainless steel convection oven, that has proven successful in the Tera, is now featured in the smaller and contained form of the CFV.

In our opinion, the CFV is for those seeking a medium to heavy cloud production and does not get as hot on the lips, with the stock mouthpiece, in the upper temperatures as the Tera does.

Along with a redesign of the internals comes a redesign of the box. The box has been upgraded visually and internally to include the water pipe adapter for the CFV and will no longer include the heat retention rings required to be used in the previous version. This allows the CFV to be a more straightforward device making it easy to load and easy to use. Convection power does, unfortunately, drain much more battery than a conduction unit which brings an average number of sessions to between 5 and 8 depending on temperature. Quick charge is featured in this unit and can go from 0 – 100% battery life in an average of 45 minutes.

The redesigned CFV will come in red and black and will maintain the price of the former version at $149.99 USD. This portable also shines through water and will come with the water pipe adapter to give the user this option right out of the box.

Thank you all for the support in Boundless Technology and the feedback provided across the forums such as and Our goal is to continue to improve on the heating technology in our devices and to bring safe and efficient aromatherapy devices to the market. We are open to any questions or concerns, feel free to Contact Us.

Comments (6)

I’m interested in this new upgraded CFV, just one quick question, what is the battery life, does it have pass through charging? Removable batteries or no?

Hi Mike, the CFV, unfortunately, does not have a removable battery, and does not feature pass-through charging. For the battery life, you can expect about 6-10 sessions per charge.

Does the CFC have an auto shutdown after the herb has been mostly consumed? The last time I used at 185-190 deg the unit temp dipped down to 85 after 5 o 5 tokes.

Hi there! The CFC does not detect how vaporized the herb is, though it does automatically shut off after the 5-minute session timer ends. Also, it being a convection unit means that the herb is heated entirely by your pull of air. I would suggest maybe changing up your temp and using heavier draws. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out!

This write up says the CFV has cooler vape at higher temps… I can only assume this is down to the cooling ability of the mouthpiece….. Given all the people out there modding their Tera Mouthpieces with Arizer Solo stems it would be really great if you would release a new Tera mouthpiece with enhanced cooling! I’d much rather have an official product than mod a solo or other stem!

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