There are not too many things that excite me more than ripping open the packaging on a brand new vape, peeling off the cellophane, loading up some broken down herbs and testing it out. Working for VapeFuse, I’m lucky enough to get to muck around with a bunch of different portable and desktop vapes. A typical work day for me includes vaping while working on my laptop and researching and reviewing a huge line of products. It’s a hard job, but someone has to do it 🙂
For my latest video, we decided to switch up the review theme a bit and present to you our newest product: The Arizer Solo II.
This is easily one of the greatest portable vapes I’ve ever experienced using; its huge clouds of tasty vapor coupled with a seemingly infinite battery life make for an unreal vaping experience. The original Arizer Solo was already one of the most premium herbal vaporizers to hit the market, and with the Solo II, the Canadian brand has revolutionized the art of dried herb vaping in a market which seemed to be dominated by new wax and oil pens.
In typical Arizer fashion, the slick black box comes jam-packed with extras to enhance the way you vape and customise the device to your liking. The Solo II features customisable temperature, time-out, and display functions and is optimised for use with dry herbs.
The vape comes in a simple and classic Carbon Black colour as well as in an elegant Mystic Blue and is available in our VapeFuse store.
Get the first look at the Solo II above and let me know what you think!
Here is the transcript of the video if you prefer reading it:
Hi guys, Matt here from VapeFuse Australia keeping you up to date with the latest in vaping news and content.
Now, in my video this week I’ll be unveiling the most recent product in our line of portable vaporizers, which is the Solo II. Now, the Solo II is brought to us by Canadian vape designers of Arizer but also known for a number of portable and desktop vaporizers, namely the Air, the Original Solo and desktop versions the V-Tower and the fan powered Extreme Q.
Now, the most notable difference when looking at the boxes is that Arizer really started to move away from that plain packaging look that we’ve known for, for a long time. Now, that was first evident with the release of the New Air, which added a new colour scheme and took away from that discreet brown box design.
Now, for the Solo II, this really works and that neat black finish is really added to that premium brand image the Arizer is wishing to portray. It’s clear as soon as you open the box that Arizer has really stepped up its game with this packaging As you can see, the almost scientific design features a number of alterations from the original Solo.
Like the inclusion of these durable plastic carry tubes for transporting the additional mouthpieces and accessories. They’ve moved away from the curved mouthpiece design to include 90 and a 110-millimeter straight glass mouthpieces which fit easily into your pocket.
The Solo II has sleeker design as an element of the discreteness and the new digital interface that allows for an enhanced vaping experience worthy of any connoisseur. The new design includes a home power button and has moved towards a one-hand operation model, just like the Arizer Air before it.
The Solo II is completely customizable with the ability to alternate between 50 and 220 degrees Celsius in both 1 and 10-degree increments. This is a big change from the original 7 setting analog model, which had a top temp of 210 degrees. The seamless temperature alteration is a big deal and can be important in dealing with connoisseur bred herbs. In order to refrain from accidentally turning on the device, the Solo II has an included power on delay, ranging between 4, 6 and 8 seconds.
Similarly, the display brightness is able to be adjusted between low, medium and high. A feature that adds to the device’s customisable nature. Depending on how long you like the sessions to last, the auto power off time can be adjusted between 5 and 15 minutes.
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