Arizer is well-known for their dry herb vaporizers and they have been on the market for a while, since November of 2014. This is the Arizer Air portable hybrid vaporizer that utilizes a combination of convection and conduction, and is the smaller version of the popular Solo vaporizer.
The Air may be the simplest portable to use on the market right now. The Arizer Air is almost the same size as the Arizer Solo II, albeit a bit lighter and far more cylindrical.
If you’re looking for a stationary device at home, Arizer also makes the Extreme Q desktop vape.
The Arizer Air vaporizer is a good investment, despite the fact that it requires gentle handling due to its many glass components. The glass mouthpieces are the same size as the old Solo mouthpieces and are interchangeable.
The Air vaporizer has a ceramic heating chamber and a replaceable, removable battery and it comes with an industry-leading warranty. The ceramic heating element in the Air vaporizer is covered by Arizer for a lifetime, which is significantly longer than most other models, even those that are more expensive. This demonstrates their belief in their own product.
Arizer Air Vapor Quality
One of the best delivery methods is the all-glass air-way path, which produces a very clean, smooth vapor. It also has a low draw resistance, making it easier to get big hits out of it.
Overall, the Air is very efficient and the vapor quality is good. On the lower three settings, you get fantastic flavor,which is rich and pungent with terpenes and on the higher settings, you get great vapor production, but the vapor starts to get a little harsh and hot. However, if you get the GonG adapter with w/ Hydrotube, you can get massive clouds.
Heating Chamber and Temperature
The Arizer Air takes 1 minute 40 seconds to heat up to its highest setting and 1 minute 20 seconds to heat up to its lowest setting, so patience is required. In terms of bowl capacity, can hold approximately 0.2 grams of material when packed loosely, which is good for multiple people.
The Arizer Air vaporizer has five temperature settings, allowing you to adjust the heating level to your specific vaping needs. Because this vape is designed for dry herbs, the temperature range is limited.
- Level 1 (Blue) – 180°C / 356°F
- Level 2 (White) – 190°C / 374°F
- Level 3 (Green) – 200°C / 392°F
- Level 4 (Orange) – 205°C / 401°F
- Level 5 (Red) – 210°C / 410°F
The Arizer Air’s accessories certainly help to sweeten the deal. Furthermore, the Air comes with two mouthpieces, both of which can be stored in the included carrying case and used interchangeably. Plus, the Air comes with an “aroma dish” that can be used as herbal or essential oil diffuser if you want your entire house to smell like weed.
What’s in the box
- Arizer Air Vaporizer
- 1 Battery
- Charger / Power Adapter
- Tipped Glass Aroma Tube (70mm)
- Glass Aroma Tube (70mm)
- Glass Aroma Dish
- Belt-Clip Carry Case
- Clear Protective Silicone Skin
- PVC Travel Tubes w./ Cap (70mm Size)
- PVC Travel Tubes w./ Cap (Aroma Dish Size)
The Air has a single 18650 internal rechargeable li-ion battery that can be replaced and is strong enough to put out about 5 sessions. That’s about 50 or maybe 60 minutes of vaping time. As an additional note, the Air takes longer to heat up as the battery dies.
Overall, this is a fantastic vaporizer. It’s great for both casual and experienced users, it feels well-made and like a real solid device. If you’ve never used the Solo and are simply looking for a high-quality vaporizer, the Arizer Air is a good option.
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