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Need a new portable vaporizer? Look no further, the Arizer Solo V2 is here

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If you are looking for a new way to enjoy your dry herb, then it is probably time you tried a vaporizer. Not all vaporizers are created equal, though. And it is essential to know what you need before you start buying anything. We are going to be looking at The Arizer Solo 2 in this article, but let’s talk a bit more about different smokes.

Different vaporizers are designed to work with different materials. Here are a few examples of what you can use in different vaporizers:

  • Dry herb
  • Waxes
  • Oils – of varying viscosity
  • CBD oils
  • Vape Juice
  • THC Oils

Considerations

When you are looking for a dry herb vape, you are looking for flexibility, effectiveness, and convenience all in one machine. Much of the time, people purchase a vape that they think will work only to find that the wax concentrate units burn the dry herb – ruining what might’ve been a great time. Vaporising takes a lot of work out of the rolling and often makes for a smoother session because of the control you have over the unit. 

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Portable of Desktop? This is an important consideration. You need to work out where you’ll be using the vaporizer? How long will you need it to run for? Is it just you using it? And how discreet you’ll need to be. 

Most people like to enjoy their vape while going about their daily life. So a high-quality pen makes better sense in the long run. 

Why Portable?

When it comes down to it, most people will have either a few quick hits during the day, or sit for a little while. Portable makes better sense in both cases. They are easy to carry, discreet, lightweight, very affordable even for a really lovely looking unit and easy for solo use. 

Which Vaporizer?

There are so many on the market, and so many of them just aren’t as good as you need for a great taste and feel. So you have to look a little deeper. Thinking about the features that you should be looking for. Because the features of your vaporizer will dictate the whole smoke. And if you’re not likely to skimp on the cost of your dry herb, then it makes sense that you want to have a high-quality vape to get the best experience. 

So let’s take a look at some features that you really should be looking for:

  • Super-fast heat up – if you only have an hour or less, you don’t want to wait for 5 minutes while your vape heats up. Instead, look for something with a super-fast warm-up. The Arizer Solo II will heat up in 30 seconds. So it’s incredibly fast. 

 

  • Digital Temperature – It is no good if your pen is telling you the temperature is somewhere between degrees. Having a precise digital temperature indicator will give you the information that you actually need. It allows you to work with the vaporizer to get the best temperature for your dry herb without guesswork. Something that displays fahrenheit and celcius is a nice touch too. 

 

  • Battery life – If you have a vaporizer that only lasts an hour, then you know the frustration of reaching for it, and it’s out of power. Around 3 hours should be perfect. And if you have the added bonus of the ability to use while charging (which most don’t) is a nice touch.

 

  • Ceramic Heating Element – Aside from creating the cleanest smoke experience, ceramic heating plates can heat up, reaching much higher temperatures. There are other heating elements like a metal heating element or a glass heating element, but it is generally agreed that ceramic does alter the taste of your dry herb and glass can be a bit too fragile. 

 

  • Looks – Most of the time, the look of a vaporizer doesn’t matter when you consider the features that it has. But if you are looking for something discreet, then size does matter, as does the texture. 

Arizer Solo II

The original Solo was a sleek, powerful and ultra-portable vaporizer. The design was perfect in your hand, the heat gauge is precise, and the charge light is noticeable too. You can’t go wrong with the original Solo – of course, you certainly want that optional charging dock. The hybrid system uses a pure glass vapour so nothing can interfere with the flavour or smoothness of the smoke, and it is super easy to clean. 

But the Solo II is a beast in its field. Coming with audio alerts, session length options, still using that pure glass vapour path with borosilicate glass – it is as smooth a smoke as it ever was. The two-piece system means it takes minutes to clean. The mouthpiece detaches, and the device itself needs no maintenance. The battery level indicator lets you know how long you can go, and it has a sizeable 3 hours of battery life. And it is an award-winning product. But it isn’t just that, with some vaporizers, you get a pen, a USB wire and a spare coil or plate if you are lucky. The Arizer Solo II comes with:

1 x Solo II Portable Micro-Heater 

1 x Solo II Charger / Power Adapter 

1 x Solo II Glass Aroma Tube (90mm)

1 x Solo II Glass Aroma Tube (110mm)

1 x Solo II Glass Aroma Dish

1 x Solo II PVC Travel Tube w/Cap (90mm Size)

1 x Solo II PVC Travel Tube w/Cap (110mm Size)

1 x Solo II PVC Travel Tube w/Cap Aroma Dish Size

1 x Solo II Belt-Clip Carry Case

2 x Solo II Silicone Stem Caps

4 x Solo II Stainless Steel Fate Screens

1 x Stainless Steel Stirring Tool

1 x Sample Aromatic Botanicals

1 x Solo II Owner’s Manual

 

Which is a lot of bang for your buck whichever way you look at it? Quality matters when it comes to choosing a vaporizer, so always go for the best, and in this case, you should be looking at the Arizer Solo II.