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[Arizer] Arizer $20 off + BOGO Arizer Air

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Arizer $20 off + BOGO Arizer Air

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Got this in an email. Not targetted. Good deal if you can go splitsies. Buy any unit and get an Arizer Air free.

Cheapest unit is 154.99 (Original Arizer Solo).
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Sep 15, 2010
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Can anyone give an honest review on this vape?
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Arizer Air and Solo are one of, if not the best, units in this price range.

..and canadian.
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chodatus wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 12:46 pm
Can anyone give an honest review on this vape?
Apparently they're like the OnePlus of vapes, top notch (NPI) quality at a proper price.
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Made in Kitchener/Waterloo area.
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Nov 26, 2013
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Slightly more expensive than the deal that occurred during legalization, but still a great deal. I was able to sell the Air for $140 very quickly in Winnipeg, so that's a great way to recoup some of your costs.

You can't go wrong with any of their devices, but would recommend the Air II or Solo II without hesitation.
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Jun 8, 2007
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Langley
I've had my Solo for 4 years. Now, the battery isn't as long-lasting, but it still provides the same vaping ability as new.
Other than the glass stem, the hardware is durable.
If you get one, make sure you use it "hamster style" for the first few hits to prevent weed from falling onto the heating element. That saves a lot of cleanup.
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May 31, 2009
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I have the Solo II and my sister has the Air II. Family agrees the Solo II is the better of the two because of vapour quality being just a bit better, but both work nicely. Took advantage of their last sale like this and got my cousin and my brother the Solo II for Xmas and both just love their devices. Might be doing it again and I still have the 2 free Silver Air devices I got last time
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Feb 27, 2019
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I've had the Arizer Air 1 for a 3-4 years now but I no longer use it as I've upgraded. It was a great vape in terms of quality but I would say the only thing against it compared to newer vapes now is that it takes 1 minute to heat up whereas new vapes are almost instant. Arizer does make quality products and is a Canadian company.
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Jan 17, 2012
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Toronto
Canadian product = Cheap replacement parts.
For comparison, the German competitor (Volcano) parts are 3x/4x more expensive.
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Nov 27, 2012
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Montreal
If you want to skip out on the Arizer Air, you can get the solo II for around ~180 tax in, depending where you are if you use the discount code.
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Nov 27, 2014
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Dryden, ON
I started with the Original Solo and it has been a great unit for me. At the time of legalization they ran this promotion and I picked up an Extreme Q and got the Air free. I barely use the Extreme Q as I don't have a good spot to keep it set up at the moment, but still a good quality product. Now I pretty much use the Air exclusively as it is small, effective, and it works great with the water pipe attachment.
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Sep 29, 2007
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chodatus wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 12:46 pm
Can anyone give an honest review on this vape?
One of the best quality vapes you can buy. They use medical grade material and are built to last. I used the Air 1 for 5 years before upgrading to the Air II. The fact they are a Canadian company is icing on the cake. If you're looking for a quality vape you really can't go wrong with any of their vapes. Such a quality product backed by a quality company.
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May 10, 2018
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I have the Arizer ExtremeQ, Solo and Air, I can honestly say that I use the Air more than any of the other devices, it pulls great with the mouthpiece, is small enough to transport, and has a removable battery for times you are not near a plug. The ExtremeQ works as it should and produces large easily inhaled vape, and the bag aspect is quite smooth, but it is slightly more of a hassle in terms of all the accessories and clean up etc. As for the Solo, it was fantastic to me when I had nothing to compare it to, but it is not very portable, inhaling from the all-glass stem resembles a crack pipe when in public, and it pulls hard (i heard these issues were fixed in the "II" version. I would highly recommend Arizer for vapes as it is easy to use and cheap to replace parts.
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buffego wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 2:05 pm
inhaling from the all-glass stem resembles a crack pipe when in public
I agree with you but an easy fix with a $10 black pipe replacement. This is what I did and now mine looks like a normal vape when in public.

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