The Arizer Air II may not be the smallest dry herb vaporizer on the market, but it makes good use of this extra size to accommodate an impressive array of features. Employing a combination of glass, ceramic, and stainless steel materials for the air path the flavors produced are second to none. With a temperature range of 122-428°F this device is perfect for first-time and veteran vapers alike.
The Air II combines convection and conduction heating elements to give you the best qualities of each. Conduction quickly heats your material and provides consistent heat throughout the oven. Convection meanwhile passes warm air over every surface of your material to highlight flavor profiles, vaporize evenly, and practically eliminate the need for stirring.
Utilizing a removable and rechargeable 18650 battery as a power source the Air II boasts a 50% longer battery life than the original Arizer Air. The Air II can provide up to 75 minutes of continuous vaping on a single charge, and you can carry extra batteries to keep the party going. With the included charger you can fully recharge the device in about 3 hours, you can also use an external 18650 charger to speed up the process if you like. You can even continue vaping while charging, although we only recommend using this feature in emergencies since it places significant strain on the electronics and makes it take longer to charge.
Make sure to fully charge the battery before your first use to help preserve the lifespan and performance of the battery. Power on the device by holding the M and minus arrow together, a countdown will begin at 5 and the device will begin to heat when a "Hi" message and smiley face are displayed. We recommend running the device at 428°F for 10 minutes before the first time you load it to sanitize the device and eliminate any oils left behind during the manufacturing process. Using a fine and fluffy grind load your material into the dish of your glass tube and pack lightly. Overpacking will produce a tight draw and uneven vaporization while underpacking will produce a light and unsatisfying draw, beginners should try a couple of different methods to see what works best for you. Since the glass stem and the oven create a tight fit we recommend briefly preheating before trying to insert the stem.