Exotic Carts Review: Fake Cartridges Being Sold
These are popular prefilled THC oil cartridges, and stoners from the west to east coast use them. Unfortunately, this Exotic cart review highlights a counterfeit problem with this prefilled cartridge brand.
Sadly, these exotics carts are some of the only products people in illegal states have access to. Don’t get fooled by the sealed packaging from Exotic Carts because anyone can be them online without any problem.
This cannabis oil cartridge brand has some funky graphics for their packaging. They also have an Instagram page, you can check them out here. Unfortunately, there isn’t any official website for them. Also, three are not too many pictures on their Instagram channel. There are other carts sold on the black market with similar packaging such as fancy carts.
Fake Exotic Carts For Sale
Anyone with a debit or credit card can easily order the packaging for Exotic Carts on the internet: Alibaba and other Asian merchants over a broad variety of packages. This is why there is a counterfeit problem going on right now with vape cartridges. People buy the packaging and add their oil inside of the empty cartridges.
It’s important to buy from a dispensary that has an official license to sell cannabis products. Only the states can issue official permits.
We found a lot of different options to buy Exotic carts online through the offer up app and craigslist. The average price for a full gram Exotic cart is between USD 20 and USD 30.
Exotic Carts Cartridge THC Oil Review
The cannabis oil from Exotic carts has some decent strength, but independent lab tests exposed the stated THC amount on their labels. Some of the cartridges tested only had 59% cannabinoids in total.
Below you can find Mario carts cartridges lab test. Their packaging is very similar and basically another version of Exotic carts.
The varies strain flavors available for Exotic carts are very appealing such as:
– Gorilla Glue
– Girl Scout Cookies
– Cookies and Cream.
These are only a four out of the 12 total strains they are currently offering. The flavors are tasty, and you will find many good online reviews.
For us, it’s clear that we can’t recommend this brand until there is an independent lab test for pesticides available.
The price for their THC oil is way below most other prefilled vape cartridges available for sale in dispensaries.
Exotic Carts Cannabis Oil Review Score: 2/5
Exotic Carts Vape Performance
The vape cartridges used for Exotic carts cannabis oil uses ceramic for vaping, the exact model is an AC1003 from ikrusher. Hits are done flawlessly with no draw resistance. Overall this is a great hash oil vape cartridge. Its the same cart used for Mario carts and Supreme cartridges. One theory is this is the same person using multiple brands to sell their prefilled carts. You can find Exotic carts cartridges in states where cannabis is illegal for USD 10-15 (wholesale price).
Exotic Carts Lab Test
The popularity of Exotic carts has exploded because they are available in states where cannabis is not legal yet.
The potency of Mario carts has been tested at 69% which is close to the typical popular Brass Knuckles vape cartridge brand.
Let us know if you have any experience with these cartridges and where you are from. Give us your insight on the price and what you thought of the taste and potency of these carts. We are interested in learning what our readers think about this brand
Exotic Carts Vaping Efficiency Review Score: 4/5
Lab Test Review Score: 1/5
Exotic Carts Pesticides
There is an Instagram feed dedicated to sharing the test results of popular prefilled cartridges. The username is @datdude41510. He is posting actively and also responds to most comments.
He commented on his Instagram page that he would be releasing an exotic cartridge pesticides lab test next month. I will post an update to this Exotic carts review as soon as someone releases an independent lab test.
@datdude already exposed a couple of famous brands in the past. If you’re into cartridges, you should follow him.
We don’t think it’s a coincidence that there is more than one other brand with similar packaging. A new brand that has surfaced with close to the same design is fancy carts.
We believe these are either contaminated or inferior quality cannabis oil cartridges that someone tries to get rid of via the black market.
From our standpoint, consuming Exotic carts can be risky. As you know, the standard rate for quality cannabis oil prefilled in vape cartridges in California is around $60 a gram.
Vape Cartridge Counterfiet problem
The vape cartridge brand Brass Knuckles has a class action lawsuit right now against them because they sold products containing pesticides. This brand also has a counterfeit problem, and its cases and cartridges get sold on the same website as the fake exotic carts packaging.
As of now, Exotic carts can be someone making this out of their garage, and if you experience any health problems, you won’t be able to sue anyone.
It’s important to understand that pesticides are very harmful and can cause severe health problems, especially if you vape on a regular basis over a longer period.
We understand that it may be tempting to buy vape cartridges from the black market to save money, but you should not underestimate the long-term consequences.
Don’t risk your life to save money to get high. I recommend refilling your vape cartridges with THC oil.
Refilling empty vape cartridges with your own cannabis oil will bring the cost down a lot. If your lucky enough to live in a state where cannabis is legalized, chances are there is a lab you can send in a prefilled cartridge to test for pesticides and solvents, this typically cost around $150 and can take up to a month for the lab results.
If you take upon yourself to test the Exotic carts we want to encourage you to share with us the lab test results so we can post it here and inform everyone else.
Overall Exotics cart review score: 2.3/5