The app and its Bluetooth connection were also notoriously finicky when it came to pairing and actually controlling the device. And don’t even get me started on the Peak’s battery woes. The powercell on the first review unit I had conked out after barely half a year. One day it just decided that it had enough of the whole “able to hold an electrical charge” charade and refused to continue doing so.
“If you’re one of the first to buy it, you’re going to be one of the first to experience issues,” Puffco CEO Roger Volodarsky told Leafly in 2018.
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