Easy to Use
Zero to little maintenance
Not that portable
The Arizer Air is a solid vaporizer. Good ratings all across the board. High quality vapor and some of the highest density you can get from a vaporizer. Don't have to do too much maintenance on it. Downside is that it's not a great "on the go" vape. It is more suitable for home use.
What You Get
1 x Warming unit with battery
1 x Charger / Power Adapter
2 x Glass Diffuser Stems
1 x Glass Aroma Dish
1 x Carrying Case
1 x Clear Protective Silicone Skin
1 x Stainless Steel Stirring Tool
What I Like About It
The Air is a really good portable vaporizer. I recommend it for people who are looking for a lot of vapor density aka the amount of vapor that comes out. It is a much heavier hitter vape than almost all of them on the market. You can take big draws from it, which you can’t do with many other vapes.
There are 5 levels of temperatures that you can choose.
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
Heat Up Time
It takes about a minute to a minute and a half to heat up.
The battery is a replaceable 18650 internal rechargeable liion battery. It lasts around an hour to an hour and 15 minutes. You should be able to get in 3-6 sessions depending upon the length and how many draws you take in each session. You charge it by simply plugging it into the wall. You’re able to use the Air while it is charging, which is nice because many vapes don’t allow for this. You can expect the charge to take around 2 hours to fully charge.
You’re able to buy extra batteries for this if you are going to be using it all day without being able to charge it. For 95% of people, the battery they give you is enough.
Compared to Other Choices
There are some other vapes that are definitely worth checking out. As for portables, you can see our whole list of rankings here. There are 2 portables that I would evaluate.
The first one is the Pax 2. I personally would pick the Pax 2 over the Air. Reasons being is 1) It is smaller and you’re able to put it in your pocket. 2) It is about the same price. Overall, the Pax 2 is better for “on the go”. So if you want to be able to take the vape with you everywhere and easily then you want to go with the Pax. If you’re looking for big vapor density and home use only, then I would go with the Air. Click here to read the full review.
The second one worth checking out is the Crafty. The Crafty has the best vapor quality while being able to fit into your pocket. The downside: it’s a lot more expensive than the Pax and the Air. Click here to read the full review.