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[Arizer] Arizer $20 off + BOGO Arizer Air

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nicknameless82 wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 1:31 pm
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.
Thanks! Wasn't aware of the discount code. $159.37 + tax is a really good price.
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MikeAK wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 2:12 pm
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.
true RFDer will use electrical / hockey tape!
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esoxhntr wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 2:15 pm
true RFDer will use electrical / hockey tape!
Haha. Nah. Not in this situation. These things get gunky pretty quickly and often need an iso bath. You'd end up spending way more in tape replacement costs than a simple $10 black pipe.
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nicknameless82 wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 1:31 pm
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.
Edit: Just noticed that you're on another website. Thanks! Been eyeing something like this for a while now, finally pulled the trigger.
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Not recommended as you use iso to clean the stems. Tape will get messy if you dip in iso, as well, you have to then constantly remove & apply tape.
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Arizer one of the best and they are Canadian. I have the solo 2 and can't say enough good things about it.
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We have Solo 2 and the air and they are the best.
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got air2 for bf last year
prety good investment
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nicknameless82 wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 1:31 pm
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.
Just to follow up, ordered and got it the next day, every perfect as expected. Discreet packaging.
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fsilva wrote:
Feb 28th, 2019 1:26 pm
Canadian product = Cheap replacement parts.
This...and their customer support is second to none! I have 2 of their vapes and anytime I had any little problem, they came through for me in a really short period. When they couldn't help me with a problem (on a 5 year old vape - well past the warranty) they gave me a great discount on a new one.

Combine all that with quality of their vapes, anyone on the fence should do it, you won't be disappointed.
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Love the Solo 2. You can digitally tune in 157c for maximum THC release.
My old Solo 1 can release the THC starting at 185c, so not as precise and great as the Solo 2, but still good at knocking you off your feet if you're a noob or returning from a tolerance reset.
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Nothing beats combustion.

Good device. The glass stem makes this the best tasting vape. You can use the solo "bent-straw" stem for a better experience. It limits odours. Really well-built as mine has lasted maybe 3-4 years and still works.

It's just not practical for regular use. No vapes are. Too much maintenance. You need to clean this thing every 4-5 uses. You need to use screens or else you will get herb in your mouth and that distracts from any relief/sensation you're trying to achieve. And those screens need changing every 4-5 uses as well. A fast, somewhat thorough cleaning will be around 10-15mins. It's not as easy as "dumping it into some iso," if you're looking for good flavor.

It doesn't matter how long you "sip" this thing, one bowl is the equivalent of 2-3 draws of a rolled spliff. There's a steep learning curve. You need to get the temperature of the oven just right and keep adjusting it throughout your session. It seems like a straightforward device, but there are too many things to monitor to actually enjoy it.
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LiftedMind wrote:
Mar 1st, 2019 10:54 am
Nothing beats combustion.

Good device. The glass stem makes this the best tasting vape. You can use the solo "bent-straw" stem for a better experience. It limits odours. Really well-built as mine has lasted maybe 3-4 years and still works.

It's just not practical for regular use. No vapes are. Too much maintenance. You need to clean this thing every 4-5 uses. You need to use screens or else you will get herb in your mouth and that distracts from any relief/sensation you're trying to achieve. And those screens need changing every 4-5 uses as well. A fast, somewhat thorough cleaning will be around 10-15mins. It's not as easy as "dumping it into some iso," if you're looking for good flavor.

It doesn't matter how long you "sip" this thing, one bowl is the equivalent of 2-3 draws of a rolled spliff. There's a steep learning curve. You need to get the temperature of the oven just right and keep adjusting it throughout your session. It seems like a straightforward device, but there are too many things to monitor to actually enjoy it.
I find that I use way less product when I am using a vape plus your lungs will thank you for it later.
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cannot recommend arizer products enough. Have both the solo and air - would buy again in a heartbeat
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Does anybody know how the coupon is supposed to work? I'm trying 'SLYNG" but the site is saying the coupon doesn't exist.

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