The vape cart brand known as Exotic, or Exotiq, features colorful, fun packaging. And reviews of its products online rave about the cart’s flavors and potencies. Exotic Carts But are Exotic vapes a real, licensed brand? Or is it another fake brand taking advantage of unsuspecting buyers?
Exotic Carts are lab tested and made only with the finest cannabis and is extracted using our c02 distillation process to ensure quality and the best vaping experience
Are Exotic Carts Legit?
Yes, We are a Legit Company, However there have been a lot of fakes and chinese companies are mass producing fake packaging and fake cartridges and selling them on 3rd party websites.
How Do I Tell If My Product Is Fake?
a real cartridge has “Exotic” engraved. If it says “I Krusher” or anything else your product is fake.
Let’s clear the smoke here: Exotic brand vapes are unregulated, illegal, fake vapes. They aren’t licensed, they aren’t lab tested, and if you’re caught buying or selling them, you could be answering to Johnny Law.
While it’s easy enough to assume Exotic vapes are fake, how can you tell? Exotic Carts Here are a few dead giveaways….
A few years ago, several marijuana edibles companies in Colorado branded their packaging to look like mainstream candy brands from Hershey’s. Hershey’s sued these companies for simply copying its products likeness, including colors, fonts, logos, designs, and mascots. The court ruled that since these products were manufactured for profit, and didn’t offer any artistic or social commentary, that they violated Hershey’s trademarks.
Some Exotic vape packages bite mainstream trademarks. For instance, one flavor is called “Fruity Pebbles,” and its package looks an awful lot like the front sides of a Fruity Pebbles cereal boxes.
Legit, licensed weed companies are fully aware of this trademark issue, and they no longer would offer something like a Fruity Pebbles vape that mimics the actual cereal box. Highly publicized lawsuits have that effect on compliant businesses.