Fake 710 King Pen cartridges are everywhere. Shady vendors across the country try to sell them all the time and they buy them directly from China. Here, we’ll show how to identify them and name the companies making fake 710 King Pen cartridges.
710 King Pen is considered fake when it contains oil that was not made by the actual company. In China, companies make vape pens with 710 King Pen branding, logos, and packaging that are then shipped to different buyers who fill them. The real cartridges are most likely manufactured in China as well, but they are filled by the actual We are not sure if the real company is able to pursue any of the Chinese makers legally, because there might not be a trademark since technically 710 King Pen is a federally illegal product. The same problem exists with fake Brass Knuckles cartridges.
Fake 710 King Pen will be more obvious to identify
Unlike the fake Heavy Hitters, fake 710 King Pens are a more obvious and you can usually tell easily is actually fake or not. Therefore, you can notice by various factors, from the sticker of the cartridge to the quality of the oil. But be aware that not all of these fake cartridges don’t have the same variables.
Key things to look for when identifying fake 710 King Pen
You can tell by the font, the low quality of the print as well as the sticker
First of all, you can tell right away that the font from the fakes are different than from the original. Above all, keep an eye on this, because each fake 710 King Pen cartridge might have different fonts. It can be the slightest change, as in just the boldness of the font, that can show it’s not real. Also, you can notice that the sticker seems to be made poorly, the color of it seems to be a bit lighter.
Oil color on these fake 710 King pen seem lighter and looks like it’s more of a wax consistency
Something that I realized with the fake 710 King Pen is the oil quality. It seems like these fake cartridges seem to have cloudier looking oil and also seems glossy, compared to the real ones. Also, some people claim that the oil is more of a wax consistency than a thick oil.
It doesn’t have the logo engraved on the mouth piece
Differing from the original ones, another thing that indicates if the 710 King Pens are fake is that they don’t have any lab testing sticker to indicate any kind of THC or CBD level on the packaging. Usually, 710 King Pens have that sort of information on the packaging or sticker. When you see one that doesn’t, then it most likely will be a fake.
Fake 710 King Pen cartridges and real ones are both in China
I went through and searched for various fakes. For ones that had a picture I am including a picture so you can identify fakes better below. Below are pictures of various manufacturer’s fake vape cart. Please add any data you may have in the comments section or discuss fake 710 King Pen cartridges here on our forum. This page will be updated as new fakes are found. Real 710 King Pen vape cartridges are made in China as well. The difference is when they come to the U.S. they are filled with the proper oil. The fakes could be filled with any oil.
Pictures of fake 710 King Pen carts: