Arizer is already known for their vaporizers for dry herbs, and one of their newest models is the Arizer Air. This unit is a smaller version of the very popular Arizer handheld vape. There are a number of benefits to making this your choice, as well as some drawbacks of which you should be aware.
|Materials Type||Dry herb|
|Oven Material||Stainless Steel|
|Battery Life (Usage time)||Can run for 50 minutes|
|Charge time||2-3 hours|
|Bluetooth / APP||No, but it features a remote control|
|Heat-up Time||3-5 minutes|
|Easy to Load?||Yes|
|Flavor / Taste||Excellent|
|Precise Temp Adjust / Temp Range||356 and 410 degrees Fahrenheit that can be changed in 1 degree increments|
|Vape While Charging||Yes|
|Warranty||Ceramic heating element: lifetime; Entire unit: 3 years|
- Price - The Arizer Air retails for about $280, making it one of the more expensive handheld models, but still lower in price than the Elevape, the MiniVap and the Storz and Bickel portable vapes. This portable, on of the best vaporizer models is geared more toward those who are experienced with vaping rather than beginners because of its price.
- Guarantee - Arizer warranties the ceramic heating element in the Air for a lifetime, which is much longer than what you'll get from most other non-desktop models, even those that are more expensive. Still, it's important to note that the glass components are not covered by the warranty.
- Prep Time - You can get the Arizer Air loaded very quickly, as it's not complicated to pack. It reaches working temperature in 90 to 120 seconds, which is about average for a hand-held device.
- Reputation – With this portable vaporizer, you do get high quality vapor production. The clouds from this device are very full, and the taste is flavorful and pleasant. You'll enjoy full potency from your dry herbs with this vape, and it's very efficient, meaning there is no wastage of material. The one drawback is that the vapor can be hot and harsher than what you'd expect from a device of this price.
- Portability, Size and Privacy - The Arizer Air is undoubtedly smaller than the Solo vape; however, it's not truly a portable model. It is still rather large in size, and isn't the best choice for someone who wants a discreet vape for use on the go. Also, the glass parts can easily get broken if you travel with it, and they are not covered by the warranty. It's more geared toward someone who wants a cordless unit to use as an alternative to a desktop vaporizer at home.
- Ease of Use - In terms of operation, it is straightforward, as it has only one button. The handheld vaporizer does have more resistance than some other models, so people with breathing problems may not be able to use it to get the largest draws possible. This model will require frequent cleaning because the glass can become dirty after just a few uses.
- Heating and Temperature Regulators - It has five temperature settings, making it possible to customize the heating level to suit whatever you're vaping. The temperature regulators do a good job of keeping the temperature within range. It's unlikely you'll experience any problems with combustion of the dry herbs.
- Power Supply - The battery in the Arizer Air is removable, so you can replace it instead of having to replace the entire vape when it dies. The Arizer Vaporizer only supplies about one hour of vape time on a full charge; however, it has pass-through charging, meaning you can vape while it's plugged into the charger.
You can learn more about Arizer Air by checking out its product page here at VaporPlants.com!