Pablo Bars are among the most effective disposables available. They come in many different flavors, are made with care, and are great for people who used to smoke and have been vaping for a long time. But, like all successful products, they are copied and made to look like the real thing. In today’s blog, we’ll show you how to tell the difference between real and fake Pablo Bar disposable. So, if you’re ready, let’s begin.
Why Do Fake Pablo Bars Exist?
Like any popular brand, copycats and fakes will try to copy the original’s success as soon as possible. This might be fine for electronics, clothes, and shoes, which don’t affect your health or well-being, but it’s very dangerous when the product does.
This is why many real companies selling disposables have made anti-counterfeiting measures so that their customers can tell if what they bought is real.
How to Spot a Fake & Original Pablo Bar
Even though there are a lot of fakes on the market, it’s good that brands have made ways to tell the real ones from the fakes. This blog will teach you how to tell the difference between a real and a fake Monster Bar vape. You can do this by looking at the following five things:
QR Codes and Verification Codes
Checking the QR code on a newer device might be the best way to tell a fake monster Bar from a real one. The DNA Tag, which is what the QR code is called, lets you take a picture of the tag with your phone.
Using a scratch or SKU code is not as advanced as this new technology. The people who made the technology say it works like a fingerprint. It uses a unique set of algorithms made by an artificial intelligence network. These algorithms create a unique label that can’t be copied. The devices are also constantly geolocated, letting the brand discover where fake products are being made.
In terms of color, you should be aware that if your package is pixelated or has different shades of the same color, it is likely a fake. Still, scanning the DNA tag is the best way to ensure you get a real product.
If the font size on the package is different or the letters are written slightly differently, you probably bought a fake. All letters should be the same size, and the font should be the same throughout. If you find a package that doesn’t fit these rules, it’s probably not real.
Tasting the vape juice, you can also tell if a Pablo Bar is a fake. If it tastes slightly burnt or different from what the package says it will taste like, you probably have a fake. People who have used Pablo Bars for a long time might be able to tell the difference between a fake and a real one just by how it tastes. However, on rare occasions, some real disposables are made with mistakes. Still, the original Pablo Bars are clean and taste great. If this isn’t the case, you probably bought a fake.
Currently, the company only has three models: Standard, Plus, and Flow. Each model has rules that the fake versions might not always follow. Make sure to double-check the specs of the model you bought and see if they match. If there are more Pablos or a more or less powerful battery, you could have a fake on your hands.
This short guide will help you distinguish between real and fake Pablo Bars. Remember that the DNA Tag is the best way to know if you have a real Pablo Bar vape. Using the camera on your phone will send you to the Pablo Bar website, which will tell you if it is real or not. If your Pablo Bar doesn’t have a DNA Tag, there’s a chance it’s a fake. For this reason, we recommend that you only buy devices with DNA Tags.