Church Carts are essentially the new version Brass Knuckles. Brass Knuckles has disappeared from most shelves and Church has been showing up in its place. The hardware is the same, the look is the same and some of the same people are making the products. We can say so far is that the Church carts are a lot stronger than anything we previously tried from Brass Knuckles and it uses real cannabis terpenes.
Over the years we tried a variety of Brass Knuckles carts, including Napalm OG. The strain we are using in this review is the Conjugal Visit and it comes out at around 85% THC. This cart hit smooth at lower wattages with an excellent taste and the effects are good. Hardware on this cart seemed like an updated version of the Brass Knuckles hardware. Maybe it was the oil, maybe the hardware at its core but this thing seemed to hit much better and have more consistent hit throughout.
The adjustable airflow on the church cartridge lets you get thicker more airy hits. The hit strength didn’t change that much between the airflow changes but it’s still nice that you can change it. I prefer one to two air holes open. The cart can handle way more wattage than stated. While using the church cartridge I accidentally mistook the watt recommended setting on the cartridge packing cover with voltage. So I put my battery to the maximum wattage it can go to, which is a little more over than 6 volts and about 30 watts. Of course, it didn’t taste as good that way but this hardware took that hit.
More than 3.5 times the recommended wattage and the cartridge was just fine. After even turning it down it didn’t taste all burned up, it tasted just fine. That’s pretty impressive. Church didn’t go cheap on the hardware here yet they are still offering great value as we discuss more below.