Arizer Air Review: A ‘Must-Have’ Vaporizer For Beginners And Pros Alike

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Oct. 8 2015, Updated 2:12 a.m. ET

With all the vaporizers out there on the market today, it sometimes seems impossible to know which one to choose. Do you go for a desktop option, a portable one? Or do you opt for the most expensive just because it has been branded well and looks pretty?

I might not be able to answer that question for you, as there are so many good (and bad) options available. That being said, the Arizer Air vaporizer is definitely a contender for “one of the best” as it offers, among other things, good portability while packing the punch of a desktop model.

Having unboxed the Arizer, and being pleased to find a handy packing tool, two glass herb tubes and a good quality charger, I was even more impressed with the neat silicon cover which fits snuggly around the base of the product.

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The Arizer Air is a well-machined piece of kit and the glass tubes mean that you don’t get that plastic taste when you inhale your vapor. That alone puts this vaporizer ahead of the pack as the flavor of the vapor is second to none.

Having packed the chamber with an economical 0.18g of my dry herb, I liked how the chamber slipped tightly into the main unit as I clicked the button a few times to begin warming the oven. About a minute later and the Arizer was ready to go, heating up to temperature way quicker than many other vaporizers I have reviewed.

The fact the Arizer has five temperature settings also makes it head and shoulders better than many handhelds out there today.

Then there’s the vapor production, taste, and delivery, and all that can be said is watch out! The Arizer Air certainly packs a punch, and that is clear after only a few puffs. The vapor is clean, tasty, and not harsh. It only begins to get a little rougher on the throat when the highest two temps are used, namely the yellow and red settings. I found that white and green were the best temps on this one, and was able to enjoy around 15 good tokes in one session.

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While the Arizer Air isn’t the most portable handheld I’ve ever seen, the belt storage slip is a great feature, which shows that a lot of time and thought has been put into this product. The belt holder also holds the two glass tubes, which means you can enjoy a good vape when you’re on the go without needing to fool around with refilling. It’s just like having “two shots” ready to vape.

If you are looking for a reasonably priced vaporizer that is portable but offers the experience of a desktop, and stealth isn’t the first thing on your mind, the Arizer Air is well worth looking into as an option for your daily-use unit.

Pros:

  • Well built with good quality materials
  • 5 temperature settings
  • Two glass tubes included
  • Long battery life

Cons:

  • Vapor is harsh at higher temperatures
  • Glass tubes get very hot

Ratings:

Feel: 9/10

Taste: 8/10

Vapor: 8/10

Battery: 9/10

Overall Experience: 8.5/10

[Featured image credit: vaporizersreviewed.com]

Please note: Vaporizers are intended ONLY for use with legal substances in the country or state in which they are used and are specifically intended for aromatherapy type products.

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