Tag Archives for " Arizer "
Firefly 2: Sophisticated and elegant. Now on sale!
Canadian vaporizer manufacturer Arizer has recently brought to market a new portable vaporizer called the Argo or Arizer ‘Go‘. Arizer is known for manufacturing high quality devices that have strong long lasting batteries. The first vaporizer from Arizer was a desktop model that is required to be plugged in to a power source. The V Tower is a budget friendly desktop device that performs at the same level as more expensive brands.
Arizer followed up the success of there first vaporizer with the Extreme Q, Solo 1, Solo 2, and Arizer Air. Focusing on performance and quality while maintaining budget friendly devices has helped Arizer become one of the most popular vaporizer companies in the world. Here we will take a closer look at the Arizer Argo vaporizer.
The Argo is considered an easy to use inhalation device. To turn the Argo on you will need to press and hold both the M and the + button for several seconds while the unit turns on. You will hear a beep that signals the vaporizer has turned on. To cycle through the various temperature options you can use the + and – buttons. You can select a temperature to one degree of precision up to 220 degrees celsius.
To load the Arizer Argo, you can push down the mouthpiece shield which protects the glass mouthpiece tube. This motion will allow the glass mouthpiece to be exposed and you can remove it to fill it with herbs. The glass mouthpiece’s double as the oven loading chamber. You can twist the bottom of the glass tube into ground up herb to fill it. Once this is done you place the tube back into position. Now you are ready to vape.
The Argo is an interesting unit. One may think that a portable vaporizer is suppose to be a quick hitter that you can quickly use on demand. The Argo is a bit more of a time consuming portable vaporizer as it takes a while to finish an oven load. Initially it takes a bit of time to get a first good draw, and due to the convection nature of how your herbs are stored in the vaporizer it takes a bit longer to fully vape the contents. The flavor is pretty good with the Argo as it is heated evenly gradually.
Comparing the Arizer Air 2 and the Arizer Argo the batteries are similar. However, due to the Argo taking longer for a single session you will not be able to get as many sessions out of the Argo as the Air. The Argo is more compact and has more features than the Air. For the first model of the Argo it does pretty good with this battery.
If you have a friend who is also interested in getting the Arizer Argo you can both save buy buying at the same time. Some of the best deals and special offers are available from Vape-Smart, you can view the Arizer Argo on Vape-Smart here.
The Arizer Go is definitely the most portable and most discreet Arizer unit to date and will definitely find a home with people who prefer longer sessions that are full of flavor. However, the Arizer Solo 2 still remains the most powerful of the Arizer line.
Purchase or learn more about the Arizer Argo here
The Arizer line of desktop and portable vaporizers continue to impress. The Arizer Air brought a new compact and powerful easy to use device to consumers which was followed by an upgraded Arizer Solo 2. The Extreme Q introduced one of the best and most affordable desktop units to the vaping industry and the company keeps making top of the line products at very affordable prices that the average consumer can buy. Today we are excited to announce that we have gotten word that Arizer is in the process of bringing the Arizer Air 2 vaporizer to market.
The Arizer Air 2 has now been released and can be purchase directly from the official Arizer website here and shipped to most countries around the world. The Air 2 is one of our top choices for a vaporizer under $250.
Here is what comes with the Air 2: The vaporizer and battery, the usb charger, 2 glass tubes, a glass botanical dish, two silicone stem caps, a carry case, a stirring tool, four screens, incense botanicals, and of course the owner's manual.
The quality of the Air 2 draws are pretty good and a bit better then the original Air in a few ways. The isolated air path ensures that your getting pure untainted vapor which is a good feeling knowing that your vapor is not being mixed with the electrical components or anything like that. The glass stems help to cool down the vapor before hitting your mouth and also the glass stem stays cooler itself as well than other vaporizer mouthpieces.
The Air 2 boasts precision temperature controls which allows you to use it to your own preferences. Most portable vaporizer have a few default settings which work for some people but not all. If you enjoy more flavorful slow draws than you will really enjoy this device on the lower range temperatures, and if you prefer larger dense hits than the higher temperatures do this well.
The Air 2 comes with a travel case, it has a 50% stronger battery than the original, and a faster heat up time. The battery used is removable so you can get extra's to make sure you can have it last as long as you possibly need it to. With one battery on a full charge you can get roughly an hour and 15 minutes to an hour an a half. This of course will depend on your set temperature.
Arizer has 2 popular devices in the portable vaporizer category - the Solo and the Air. The Solo has a much larger battery and the unit itself is also quite a bit bigger. The Air is more portable as it is a more compact unit and can be carried around quite easily.
The actual performance of the two is where I believe that the Solo 2 is better than the Air 2 - which you would expect and the Solo 2 is more expensive. The main reason you would want to get the Air 2 is for the portability, but it only is more portable in size and not in battery length. The Air however does use external batteries where you can get extras. This is a good feature but by the time you purchase a second battery you are up to the same price as the Solo 2.
The Air 2 vaporizer and the Solo 2 vaporizer are both very good devices and both perform exceptionally well. It comes down to the size and the overall power of the draws. The Solo 2 is more powerful but is more of a stationary/portable home unit.
Visit the Official Arizer Website Here.