Hailing from Canada, Arizer wanted to make a small, portable vaporizer without sacrificing function and flavour. Utilizing a hybrid conduction/convection heating method and a glass mouthpiece equals the recipe for smooth, tasty hits. The unit has 5 pre-set temperatures at optimal range and the removable battery is able to be charged in the unit or with a separate dual-battery charger. Included are caps for pre-packing a bowl and a carrying case for portability.
To use: Press down the middle of the button to turn ON/OFF. When turning on light flashes and unit beeps. Choose temperature by using the up and down arrows – different temperatures are shown by different colour lights. Once unit is heated the light will stop flashing and glow solid. Before using device initially heat the unit up to the hottest setting (red) and let it sit for a full cycle. After about ten minutes the device will shut off by utilizing the auto-shutoff. This allows for the pressure fitting to expand and the glass mouthpiece to slide in perfectly. After the initial run, the unit is ready to use! The more discreet you’re aiming to be, and the amount of moisture content in your herb are two of the main factors in choosing the right temperature setting. Remember it’s always better to start off low and add more heat as the session progresses. Green (middle heat) is a personal favourite! While waiting for the device to heat up, you can start packing your bowl. Make sure your herb is ground up so heat can pass through it easily. Loosely pack your bowl and turn device upside down to insert mouthpiece/bowl. You can attach your mouthpiece before or after unit is fully heated. Device will shut off after 10 minutes. Leave unit off and allow to cool for increased longevity of the vaporizer. Pro tip: Long, light draws are more effective than short, hard pulls. When herb is finished it will lose its flavour and will be a dark brown colour, however it will still be the same consistency as when you put it in. Save your vaporized material for making edibles. Vaporizing has “decarboxylated” the herb for you – you’re ready to bake!