Design: An ergonomic, beefy, weather-friendly design lends the Vapium for outdoor use and is ideal for snowboarding, hiking, kayaking, and really any kind of outdoor activity. It's very easy and straightforward to use, especially in less-than-great conditions. Even the charging cable is reinforced and seemingly built to last. Hell, this could be the official vape of the Winter X Games, or Bear Grylls' favorite NSFW accessory.
Portability: A little bulky by design, but its bulk serves a purpose—durability. A strategic lack of superfluous space and an attachable tether makes it easy to slip into a jacket pocket or inside a discreet backpack pocket.
Strength: The Vapium has a medium-sized chamber for dry herb, and produces a moderately strong draw. With a trial and error coupled with some expertise on proper inhalation methods, you can get the most out of this with a few clicks.
Conclusion: This is the Nokia phones of vapes; what it lacks in the design, it makes up for in simplicity and, more importantly, durability. It seems like it would keep ticking even after numerous tumbles down the mountain, which is what it was designed for, really.