How to Use the Arizer Solo Portable Vaporizer
Hey Guys I’m Michelle from VapeFuse.com and today I’m going to show you the Arizer Solo Portable Vaporizer and I’m going to tell you how it works.
Now, this is one of those units that has been around for quite a while and has a huge fan based. It is very robust, it’s a reliable vape producing a vaping experience close to desktop quality which is just awesome.
Now, let’s take a look at what you get in the box when you get one.
When you open your box, you’ll have your:
- Hot Air generator
- a Battery Charger
- The Solo, that also has an internal battery that you can use while it’s being charged.
- You have 2 Glass Mouthpieces – a straight one and a curve one.
- As well as an Aroma Dish.
Now the latest version of the Solo also includes 2 Stem Caps which are super cool, it makes it easy for you to preload your stems before leaving the home.
Now to get started, you’ll need to charge up your device using the supplied charger. Charge light flashes green to indicate charging and when the battery is full the charge light turns a solid green. It takes about 4 hours to get a full charge.
It only works with the Arizer Solo charger as well so keep that in mind. Some devices you can use standard chargers, but with this one you must use the one specifically designed for it. The good news is that you can use this unit while it is still charging which is pretty cool.
So, to turn the vaporizer on press the up and down arrows at the same time. The light will turn blue, and now you can set your temperature by pressing the up arrow.
When the heat light starts flashing red, the vaporizer indicates that the temperature by the numbers as it’s been heating up.
- Level 1 indicates 50 degrees Celsius
- Level 2 is about 185 degrees
- Level 3 is 190
- Level 4 is 195
- at 5 it’s 200 degrees Celsius and
- Level 6 is 205 and then at
- Level 7 it’s 210 degrees Celsius.
The up and down arrows each have a different function. If you press and hold the down button, the unit will reload the temperature you used previously so you don’t have to set it again.
And if you don’t like the beeping noises the device makes, you can press and hold the up button and that will turn the beeping sound off.
This is also probably a good idea because it may help preserve battery life.
Once the set temperature has been reached, the heat button turns off and you’ll notice it flashing every now and then to keep your chamber at the same temperatures you set it at.
To load your vaporizer, pick your preferred stem and load your herb combo into the stem.
Now, don’t overload it, only go about three-quarters of the way. If you overpack it, it will restrict the air flow which means you’ll have a poor vapor quality.
Once that’s done, place the device on the stem like this.
When you use your new device the first time, the chamber might be a little tighter so if this is the case, pay attention and take care when you apply the glass stem. You might need to apply little bit of pressure as well, just to get it in there tight.
After a few vaporizer sessions the stem will be pretty easy to fill. When you place the stem into the chamber you are ready to go. You draw slowly from the mouthpiece.
To turn the device off, just press the Up and Down arrows at the same time. Same as turning the unit on.
The unit also has an auto shut-off function that turns the device off after about 12 minutes to help you preserve the battery life. Depending on your heat settings you can expect about one to three hours of continuous use before you need to put it back onto the charger.
Another cool addition to the Solo is that they come with the silicone cap which means you can load these stems before leaving the house and secure them with the cap. It’s pretty cool and definitely useful.
Anyways that wraps up the Solo. If you don’t have a Solo but love it, I highly recommend you go check it out at VapeFuse.com
That’s it for me Guys, I hope to see you in the next video.