The wait for my breakdown video on this year’s newest and hottest vape is finally over…
I present to you – The Arizer Air II portable vaporizer!
This little trooper arrived just in time for summer, and like the Solo II before, it has totally redefined what it means to be a premium portable.
Just one look at the device and you’re imagining what crazy vapor-filled laboratory pushed out the design for this bad boy. It looks more like a breathalyzer than a vaporizer, only this is one breathalyzer that won’t be giving you a low reading if you know what I mean.
I’m consistently shocked at the quality of the vapes Canadian-based Arizer Tech are able to produce. The quality of the vapor produced is unbelievable and the thought and time that’s gone into the design is a testament to the awesome nature of the Arizer Air II portable vaporizer.
Now, what’s interesting about the Air II in comparison to the recently revamped Arizer Solo II is its crazy level of portability. Although the Solo II has a far superior battery, the Air II’s battery is removable and rechargeable and still provides you with a solid amount of session time.
Aside from this, the new model features a universal USB charging port so that you can charge it via power bank or in the car, on the go.
The VapeFuse team and I have been messing around with the vape for a few weeks now and have found absolutely no flaws in it. I love the glass mouthpieces and the loading technology that ensures the vape seldom has to be cleaned.
It produces dense, superior vapor from a small amount of herbs and is unrivalled in terms of session length. Check out my breakdown of the Arizer Air II portable vaporizer below and like and subscribe to stay up to date with the latest in vaping content.
Hey, welcome back to the VapeFuse Channel. I’m Matt and I’m here as always to help keep you up to date with the latest in vaping news and content.
Now, after the highly anticipated release of the Solo II earlier in the year, Canadian vape designers Arizer Tech, have recently brought us the revamped version of the Air, the Arizer Air II.
Now, these are released a few weeks back and we’ve just got our first shipment from Canada, right in time for the Aussie summer. Just like the Solo II- the second version of the Air features a new digital display.
The original Air allows you to alternate between 5 set temperatures, now with the full spectrum temperature control, you’re definitely getting an enhanced vaping experience.
The one big difference between the Solo II and the Air II are the batteries.
The Air II features a removable lithium battery with additional batteries available for purchase in the VapeFuse store.
Portability is a big feature of this device, in the past through universal USB charger, coupled with the removable battery, make the device Arizer’s most portable vaporizers to date.
Now, another cool feature of the Air II is its upgraded method of charging. Now, Arizer is really good for supplying you with a long cable so you can make the most of the pass-through charging available with most of its devices.
Now with the new 5 pin Universal USB charger, you can charge your Air in the car, via laptop and on the go.
Now, the original Air was an awesome device but its unique plug limited its portability a bit and it was mounted to the wall charger and wasn’t really able to be charged while you were in the car.
Same as with the Solo II, it’s an awesome device but its one pin unique plug far limits its functionality a little bit.
This is just another indication of the devices awesome portable nature, definitely the most portable product yet by Arizer. I did a video unveiling the Solo II a while ago and really loved the thought that Arizer, had put into its design. It feels sleeker in your hand and the display is a lot more user-friendly.
The box and its layout are something I absolutely love about the Air II. Arizer is going down the same track that there were the Solo II, with almost scientific precision going into the packaging.
The magnetic flip lid on the box opens to reveal a bunch of cool accessories. Inside the box after removing the user manual, the first thing that stands out is the device, which Arizer refers to is the Air II multi-purpose microheater.
Like the Solo II, the Air II is available in both Carbon Black and Mystic Blue. In terms of mouthpieces, you get a 70 millimeter glass aroma tube, as well as a 70 millimeter tube with a food grade plastic tip.
Some vapers appreciate the all glass vapor path and won’t bother with the tipped aroma tube, but it does make the convenience and limits the air flow a little bit.
As with all the Arizer vaporizes, the device comes with a glass aroma dish for potpourri and essential oils. The plastic carry canisters of these aroma tubes come in a really handy as they protect the glass and allow you to take a number of packed chambers with you when you’re on the go.
Also included, is a unique Arizer stainless steel stirring tool, 4 stainless steel filter screens, 2 silicone stem caps for capping packed aroma tubes, as well as a unique carry case which clips onto your belt and holds the vape in a couple of accessories.
When looking at its functionality to turn on the Air II, just hold down the menu and temperature button simultaneously and hold until the countdown timer indicates that the device has been turned on.
Next, choose your desired temperature before packing some ground herb into the bottom of your aroma tube.
Then, invert the device and place the glass tube firmly into the Air II, making sure that it’s airtight.
I like to wait until the device is heated up, before inserting my aroma tube to make sure that I’m not losing any vapor throughout the heating up process. This is a really a necessary precaution though, as the Air II heats up in under a minute.
The stainless steel and ceramic heating element make the herb perfectly create sweet dense clouds of vapor well into this session. I bump up the heater gradually from 180 degrees in a stress our session to last me a solid 10 minutes in a single chamber.
The Air II, like the Solo II before, is completely customizable and gives you the ability to alternate between 50 and 220 degrees Celsius in both 1 and 10-degree increments. The Original Air utilized the 5 setting analog temperature model with the temperature range between 180 and 210 degrees Celsius.
The seamless temperature alteration is an awesome new feature and can be important when dealing with connoisseur grade herbs. By pressing the menu button, you can choose between the number of cool custom settings to enhance your vaping experience.
You can change the operating sound between low, medium and high and depending on how long you like your session to last, the auto power off time can be adjusted anywhere between 5 and 15 minutes. Temperature can be displayed in both Celsius and Fahrenheit. The display brightness is also varying across three settings.
As a safety precaution and in order to refrain from accidentally turning on the device, the Air II has an included power on delay ranging between 2, 4, 6 and 8 seconds.
The display is a little smaller than the Solo II – meaning the set and actual temperature aren’t able to be displayed simultaneously, but this can be done by hitting the plus or minus button once the device has been turned on.
Another cool feature that’s exclusive to the Air, is the increments and percentage of the battery life on the display throughout charging. Arizer has totally blown us away this year, with the release of not just one but two premium portable vapes in the second generation of the Solo and the Air.
Check out our extensive range of Arizer products and accessories and score yourself a great deal on an Air II, at the VapeFuse.com store and make sure to subscribe and like to stay up to date with the latest from the VapeFuse channel.