Arizer Air Review
Arizer Air History
In December 2013 the Arizer Air vaporizer was introduced as an alternative to Arizer's Solo
It was a sleeker more compact vape, a true pocket vaporizer.
The last few years have given the marketplace enough time to get a good feel for the quality of this latest addition to Arizer’s lineup.
It has also given me plenty of first hand user and retailer experience with these units.
The first thing you notice about the Air is its rather small size.
It’s only 12 cm (4.8 inches) high and 3 cm (1.1 inches) in diameter.
What this means is that it fits right in the palm of your hand;
Hand grenade style (Fire in the hole – minus the fire part).
It weights very little but still has enough substance to feel solid.
Anything smaller or lighter would feel “dinky”.
Materials and Internals
The outer body is sturdy aluminum.
The top portion of the vape is a removable plastic vent style cap.
Arizer opted for the tried and tested “pedestal” configuration of the business end.
Borrowing from the bread and butter Arizer Solo the bowl is stainless steel with an internal ceramic heater.
The bowl is covered by a swivel style plastic cap which I can guarantee you’ll lose in 2 days (good riddance, the thing is super annoying).
The single removable 18650CC battery that powers the unit fits into the bottom battery compartment.
Moderate usage will get you 5-6 days worth of vaping per charge.
This translates to roughly an hour of continuous use per charge.
You also have the ability to use the unit while plugged in, and with the spare battery we offer at no charge you’ll have plenty of juice for day to day use at home and on the go!
- Level 1 (Blue) - 180°C / 356°F
- Level 2 (White) - 190°C / 374°F
- Level 3 (Green) - 200°C / 392°F
- Level 4 (Orange) - 205°C / 401°F
- Level 5 (Red) - 210°C / 410°F
I prefer to keep my vape between Level 1 (Blue) and Level 2 (White) settings which give lighter but potent clouds, so if you’re looking for a “pine” terp dominant flavor go with the lowest setting (Blue), if you like a heavier “rasta” feel, go with the higher settings (Orange-Red).
*If for whatever reason you forget to turn the unit off it will turn off automatically after 10 minutes.
Warranty claim history is unremarkable.
My statistics show a sub 1% claim rate.
What this means to customers is a quality made product without any major flaws in the design and finish.
Arizer Air Tips and Tricks
After turning off the unit you can return to your last temperature setting immediately by turning the unit back on and holding the Down Temperature button for a few of seconds.
If you do not like the “beep” prompt every time you do anything with the Air you can turn it off by holding the Up Temperature button for a few seconds.
To turn the audio prompt back on repeat the process.
If your glass stems fit too tight (this can be the case with brand new units), turn the vape on and let it heat to max temperature, keep it there for 7-9 minutes, when everything is nice and hot the ring around the top of the bowl will become a bit more giving and you can slide your glass tube in much more easily.
Repeatedly insert and remove the glass tube to work it in at temperature.
You can also leave the glass in the unit until its all cooled down.