The Airizer Air Review
For those of you who have ADD and just want to know whether or not to buy Airizer’s newest model, Air, I’ll try to sum this up fast so you can move on.
Basically, if you have the solo, and you like it except that you think it’s too big, but have no other complaints, then you might want to invest in the Air. It’s basically just a small Solo.
If you never drop things, and aren’t at all worried about having a delicate little glass mouthpiece which must be detached for storage and reattached for use, then you might want to invest in the Air.
If you don’t care so much about stealthy vaping, then the Air might be an option. But if the idea of taking your vape out of a little case, attaching a (most likely dirty) glass mouthpiece and attaching it publically before getting high, then just stick with your firefly or whatever your vaping on right now.
Impartiality is not my greatest skill, and that’s ok for a paraphernalia reviewer. Basically, I want to grab a small, pre-packed portable vape and throw it in my pocket. I don’t want it to have any pieces with visible resin stains to show because the whole idea of a portable vaporizer (in my state anyway) is that every stranger on the street doesn’t realize that your actually smoking weed. The Air kind of screams “paraphernalia” even to those estranged from the vaporizing craze. Also, the fact that the mouthpiece has to be stored separately means that if anyone checks your pocket for any reason, this thing looks suspicious. It’s only saving grace is that it more accurately duplicates the e-cigarette look than most portable vapes, so you could theoretically try to make the case that it’s not for weed. But, if you packed a little nug in that little pouch, you’re out of luck.
However, if you are looking for a portable vape for your household, and so therefore stealthiness is not your concern, it’s really not a bad vape. If you just like to get high while cooking dinner, and you’re generally pretty careful with glass things, then you truly should consider the Air. It has some nice features. For one, you can use it while it’s charging. Secondly, it has a battery which is easily switched out (as opposed to the Solo which you can only use after recharging), which is great if you are on the move and you want to be able to quickly switch out your battery. And lastly, it has a nice temperature gradient, with 5 options. This is nice. I personally always use the middle setting on any vape, because I like to compromise on taste and vapor quantity and have the best of both worlds.
If I didn’t deter you too much, check out their website.