The HRB Turbo is a cool-looking device with a slim profile and a sleek design. That would make it a perfectly pocket-friendly device if not for one problem that we’ll get to later. The Turbo has an aluminum body with rubber grips on the sides that make it easy to hold. It has a single power button on the front below which lies the three temperature indicator lights. In a nice touch, the lights have the temperature numbers labeled by each light, though the writing for them is pretty small. Overall, the Turbo is a pretty good-looking device and one of the better-looking vapes that cost under $100.
Looks aren’t everything of course, you want your vaporizer to be functional as well and it is here where the Turbo falters. It comes with two different mouthpieces, a standard rubber one and one that has space for a glass tip, though that tip isn’t included in the kit. The problem is that either mouthpiece sits too loosely on the Turbo, which means that it is very easy for them to fall off. This is more than just a minor inconvenience because the herb chamber is located below the mouthpiece. So if the mouthpiece slips of while the Turbo is in your pocket and there is herb in the chamber, you will be left with quite a mess to clean up. That’s a shame because everything else about the Turbo’s design is pretty solid.
The sleek design, simple portability, and choice of two different mouthpieces would have been the standout features if not for how loosely the latter components sit on the rest of the HRB Turbo.