PSFK interviews Vapium co-founder Michael Trzecieski on building solar-powered vapes for an off-the-grid bake

It wasn’t until recently that one might attribute clean energy and robotics to getting stoned, but when robotic toy designers got into the vaping game, high tech sprouted to life. New to the modern world of vice is the Vapium Weekender Edition, a solar-powered vaporizer you can blaze off the grid using renewable energy.

Vapium creator Michael Trzecieski went from creating products for small kids to creating products for big ones. Before Vapium, he cut his teeth in the toy industry, designing robotic pets and accessories. The first robot he built was a solar-powered dragster with his sister which went on to win first place in a Montreal robotics competition.

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