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Colored Stem (long) for Arizer Solo 2
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Glass stems with style
These third-party manufactured colored glass stems are compatible with the Arizer Air, Air 2, Solo, and Solo 2! Add a touch of personality or replace broken pieces with these stylish options. Available in pink, green, blue, teal, or orange, with a colored or clear bowl.
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Doesn't fit right with Air Max
Although everyone says accessories for the Air fit in the new Air Max, they do not. This one is very wobbly inside of my Air Max and doesn't deliver the airflow that the stock stems do. I bought the "Bent mouthpiece" for the Air / Air 2 that was supposed to work in the Air Max and it also is wobbly and the airflow isn't there. The first one I received had a bit of a crack in it, POTV has sent me a new one, but I don't think that's gonna fix the wobble issue. I don't blame POTV though.
Planet Of The Vapes
In regards to the wobble, Doug, mine wobble as well. Here is a quote that comes directly from Arizer's tech support: ---------------- “The fit of the Glass Aroma Tubes in the Solo II and Air II has been improved since the previous Air and Solo models, but there is some variance in how the Glass Aroma Tubes fit in all of our products. There’s an objective behind the dish design and the mouthpieces; easy to draw on, smooth, not too hot vapor. At first, some Glass Aroma Tubes may fit snugly, and after a few uses the fit will loosen up a bit in every unit. The glass pieces will all fit differently into each unit because the glass parts are hand-made. The difference in fit is very slight – some a bit looser and some a bit tighter. The original Air and Solo models were designed for optimum performance and efficiency with loose-fitting Glass Aroma Tubes which is why the ring above the heater bowl expands slightly, to allow for a looser fit and optimized airflow. There is nothing wrong with them if they fit loosely or tightly, but a loose fit is ideal.” https://blog.vapefuse.com/arizer-aroma-tubes-and-mouthpieces/ --------------------- The above holds true for the Air Max as well, Doug. With that said, they should not so loose that they fall out of your vape when you turn your vape upside down or if the vapor production is impacted. If either of those is true, please contact me directly here: https://www.planetofthevapes.com/pages/contact-us With best regards, Larry