The Arizer Air 2 and Solo 2 have a lot more similarities than differences, but there are a few key features that set these vaporizers apart.
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You may not be able to pocket the Arizer Extreme Q and head to a show, but you can invite some friends over and impress with quality vapor served up different ways.
With the ArGo, Arizer finally delivers an extremely portable, pocketable vape, something we’ve wanted for quite some time.
Desktops - the Extreme Q and V-Tower
Arizer has been making vaporizers so long that their first ones were desktops, with the debut of the V-Tower and Extreme (the “Q” was added to the name later). The sign of a good design is passing the test of time, and other than continual performance upgrades, these desktops have remained largely unchanged since their releases. If you mostly vaporize at home, or have a large herbal appetite, desktops vapes get the job done with unlimited plug-in power, and larger bowls than their portable versions.
Lots of portable options
Arizer is up to five portables and counting, all offering remarkably similar vapor from the same heating technology. They kicked it off in 2011 with the wildly popular Arizer Solo, which has since dropped so much in price that it’s an obvious choice for budget shoppers. The Arizer Air improved on the Solo by taking up less space, and adding user-replaceable batteries. Eventually, these vapes needed updating, and Arizer brought us the Solo 2 and Air 2, with full temperature control and a host of digital features. The ArGo is their latest creation, which has all the features and fits in your pocket, and feels like the portable Arizer was meant to make.