We have been playing around with the new Airis Quaser wax vaporizer for some time and are excited to share our findings with you in this post as well as the below review video.
The Headbanger is a dual dip and dab vaporizer and it was Matt’s pick for the ‘Wax Vape of the Year 2018’ and it has become a pretty popular vape due to the value it delivers for its price.
The Q – Tip is more like a traditional pen-style of wax vaporizer with a 510 thread.
Moving onto the latest concentre vape by Airistech, the Quaser, it is a little bit similar in design to the Q – Tip as it is also built on the popular 510 thread battery.
On the battery, you have a quartz Q-cell concentrate atomizer that is unique to Airistech.
Alongside the atomizer and the battery, you also have a USB charging cable in the box.
The mouthpiece pulls out of the atomizer and has a dabbing tool on it making it super easy to apply your wax onto the quartz atomizer.
Basically, you just pull and slightly turn the mouthpiece to get the dabbing tool out, scoop up some concentrate and put the mouthpiece back with the concentrate on it.
When you are using the device for the first time, it might take a bigger chunk of dab to ‘soak’ into the atomizer and start puffing larger clouds.
Once you used the Quaser a few times, you’ll be good with smaller dabs and the device should be quite efficient.
Simple as that. From there you press the button 5 times to turn the device on.
Once your Quaser has powered on, pressing the button 3 times will enable you to choose the voltage settings from the 3 options:
Green 3.4 Volt
Blue 3.7 Volt
Red 4.2 Volt
Once you are all set, double press the button to preheat and wait for a few seconds until the button turns green and you are ready to toke.
The Quaser does not seem to run as hot as the Headbanger does, however, I was able to generate decent clouds and I am quite pleased with the flavor that I am getting.
This is the summary of our experience using the Airis Quaser.
If you’d like to grab an Airis Quaser, you can do so here.
If you are using the Quaser yourself and have some tips to share or if you have any questions, please feel free to let us know below in the comments section.