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Arizer Solo 2 review & demo
Who's the Arizer Solo 2 for?
The Arizer Solo II is for anyone wanting excellent vapor quality, fast heat up time, long battery life, and full digital control from a portable vaporizer at a reasonable price. It’s perfect for around the house or for on the go sessions where pocketability is not a priority.
The original Solo set the standard for tasty, cool vapor while on the go, and the Solo II keeps it going with its ceramic, stainless steel and glass air path. The taste is pure and the vapor is smooth and cool, just like we’ve come to expect from Arizer.
Fast heat up time
The Solo II gets up to 390° F in just 23 seconds and to top temperature in under 30 seconds. Perfect for a quick session!
Long, long, battery life
The Solo II has one of the longest lasting batteries in a portable vaporizer that we've tested with just shy of 3 hours of battery life. This is about double the battery life that we see from most portables. And if you forget to keep your Solo II charged, it can also be used while plugged in after just 5 or so minutes of charging.
Full digital session control
The Solo II features a digital display with easy to use button controls to customize your vaporizer and personalize your session without the need for an app. We get full digital temperature control, adjustable auto-shutoff timer, adjustable beep notification, brightness control, and a belt-clip carrying case similar to the one that comes with the Arizer Air.
The Solo II comes standard with recessed heat jets in the bowl that allow a little more airflow than the original. Featuring a more powerful heater, the Solo II can keep up with even the strongest inhales and deliver consistent heat.
Arizer designed the Solo II with a slimmer profile in an oval shape that feels much nicer in your hand than the original Solo. While still not quite pocket friendly for most people the included carrying case works well.
The Solo II comes with a 2-year warranty on workmanship and defects, an industry leading 1-year warranty on the battery, and a lifetime warranty on the heating element. Like all of our products, the Solo II is covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
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What's in the box
- Arizer Solo II Vaporizer
- Power Adapter
- 90 mm Glass Aroma Tube
- 110 mm Glass Aroma Tube
- Glass Aroma Dish
- Belt-Clip Carry Case
- Silicone Stem Caps
- Stainless Steel Stirring Tool
- Stainless Steel Screens
- Sample of Aromatic Botanicals
- Owner’s Manual
- Height 4.5 in / 11.4 cm
- Width 1.75 in / 4.5 cm
- Depth 1.38 in / 3.5 cm at top
- Depth 1.19 in / 3.0 cm at bottom
- Weight 7.4 oz / 210 g
- 122° F - 428° F (50° C - 220° C) Fully Adjustable Temp. Range
- 100 - 240v Power
- 2 Year Warranty, 1 Year on battery
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- battery life
- Solo 2
Some of the highest quality and we'll built products I have ever seen
I watched the youtube video for how to use. In the video the presenter exhales large clouds of smoke. I’m thinking I must be doing something wrong. No one to call. Call me?
We'll get you up and running with your Solo 2, Linnell Creating a service ticket for you now to discuss. In the meantime, take a look at this. It may help: https://www.planetofthevapes.com/blogs/blog/arizer-solo-2-tips-tricks Talk to you soon, Larry
This guy is my new best friend! Battery lasts what seems like a lifetime. I’ve had it for weeks and only charged it once since the initial charge.
First let me tell you my comparisons. I drank the Koolaide a few years back and got a Ghost MV one. I was pretty excited at first although getting any vapor was very slow to happen. This BS about timing how strong you draw and the heat temp you’ve got on… It’s all techno ********. Actually my little Magic Flight Launch Box was a lot more reliable than it. I had to return it wants to have the heater replaced that only lasted a few months. So this time I did my review check and it just seems that the Ariser Solo to might be less hassle for better effect. Oh my God was I right. I’ve had it for several months now. I purchased one for my granddaughter who has Crohn’s disease and uses it along with permafrost bud for really good results. My cousin got tired of hearing me Rave about it and scold her for using oil base canisters and bought one. Oh my God. She loves it too! It’s consistently easy to use gives consistently great results and only uses as much bud as a person can use or even two people can use at a quick session. The battery lasts for 24 hours for me and I charge it every afternoon so that it’s already for me in the evening. You don’t have all that brouhaha about pulling out parts of an MV 1 and having to figure out how to put it back together. Simply take your warmed glass tube with your used up bud tap it out gently while the bud is warm it falls right out. Then after about a week or two I use an empty pot dispenser tube fill it with Everclear which is 100% alcohol. Never mind I saw which is only 70% and death to the liver if it’s accidentally *****. So a jigger of Everclear poured in the tube to peer to Bob side down back-and-forth and it’s a little container and let it sit for an hour 10 minutes rinse them out you’re good to go. You don’t even have to clean the oven because you just give it a little blow on it and any debris blows right out it’s ridiculously easy. I will never use another kind of bud vape again
I'm 63 years old so maybe I don't fall into the "vape" crowd? What I found using this device though is, my herb tasted musty and weak. It didn't matter what strain I used or what temperature I tried. For me, I enjoy the taste of herb which seems to only come out by using traditional smoking tecniques. Now, if someone made a smoking apparatus where the herb would go into some sort of bowl that uses some sort of electric ignition (similar to this product) but the herb actually woud be burned like in a pipe but without having to use an external flame: that I would probably enjoy using. That was what I was hoping to achieve with the Solo 2 but it didn't happen. The folks at the Planet of the Vapes were understanding and resolved my issue by allowing me to return the unit without and hassles.
Hi Gary, If you ever want to give vaporization another shot, it's really important just to vaporize and not smoke at all for about 2.5 weeks. You need to wean yourself off of the toxins such as benzene and carbon monoxide that is produced by burning plant material. The reason why you need to do this is that those toxins create some of the effects and tastes that you got when you smoked, but please know this. Over 90% of the people that go through this transition will have no desire to ever go back to combustion again. I had to go through this myself. That was 11 years ago. By the way, at 63, you're just a kid but this is coming from someone who is 76 ;) Please stay safe out there. With best regards, Larry