There are fake Exotic carts everywhere. Shady vendors nationwide sell all sorts of bogus cartridges and import them directly from China. Here we’ll show you how to classify them and the names of the companies that produce fake Exotic carts.
Fake THC cartridges have been a big issue over the last year. For more detail on fake Stiiizy capsules, fake Brass Knuckles, fake 710 King Pens and fake Heavy Hitters, please see our other pages.
Update 21/10/2019: All Exotic Cartridges are fake, they ‘re just a brand for packaging.
What are Exotic Fake Cartridges?
An Exotic cartridge is called a fake one when it contains oil that the actual company has not made. Companies produce cartridges in China using Exotic cart branding, logos, and packaging. We are not sure whether the real company will legally prosecute any of the Chinese makers because there may not be a trademark because Exotic cartridge is technically a federally illegal product.
Firstly, there is not even any detail about the organization itself. Making it cynical and doubtful about the consistency of the oil, and what it actually contains. Apart from that, there are plenty of fakes out there that range from $30 a gram to $60 a gram, sometimes even more. Namely, we strongly doubt the validity of the company’s Exotic carts. What do you mean by that? We can’t be sure it’s pure stuff.