Arizer Vaporizers

If the Army was issuing vaporizers to their soldiers the Arizer Air would probably be the model of choice. It's reasonably small, lightweight, well made, and has a removable battery. Built with ease of use and durability in mind; it’s...
The Arizer Air 2 doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it improves on every aspect of its predecessor. The addition of the OLED screen is a huge improvement as it now allows for precise temperature control and changing the vaporizer settings...
   Sneaky Pete says: The Arizer Extreme Q is an elegant and discreet vaporizer. It's convenient, versatile (with its whip or balloon-based system), powerful and reliable. The Extreme Q offers precision temperature and variable fan speeds, allowing you to dial...
  Sneaky Pete says: The Arizer Go (ArGo) is Arizer's first ultra-portable vaporizer. This convection/conduction hybrid weighs in at only 97g, and the body conveniently pops up to protect the glass mouthpiece through clever design. The ArGo features a removable...
The legendary Arizer Solo is still one of the best portable vaporizers. It's affordable, has a solid battery, and the vapor production is substantial.  It has preset or custom temperature settings and there are a ton of third party accessories...
  Sneaky Pete says: The Arizer Solo 2 follows up on the legendary Solo, which established Arizer as a serious player in the portable vaporizer market. The Solo 2 has improved on its predecessor in every way possible: smaller form, better...