If you are wondering how to use the Arizer Solo vaporizer, or just curious about how it works, this article might help you.
When starting out, you will want to fill the bottom section of the stem with dry herb. Be careful, when filling the bowl section, and try not to over pack it or be too forceful with it. I usually leave a small gap in between the herb and bottom of the glass, to allow air to pass through, and not burn up the bud. The bowl section will hold about 0.3 grams of dry grinded herb.
Once the stem is packed, and you’re ready to load the unit, you will rotate the small cap covering the heating section, at the top, and slide the stem into the unit. I recommend loading it upside down, to make sure no herb falls out. I’ve never had a problem with the bud being loose and falling out, but I rather be safe than sorry. When sliding the stem into the heating chamber, you will notice that it takes some pressure to actually get the stem in, at first. This is normal, but after the first couple of uses, it’ll begin to loosen up. This allows a tighter draw, when taking puffs.
To turn on the unit, you just have to hold both of the silver buttons (Up and Down arrows), and wait for a beep sound. If there is no beep sound, you might have the sound off. To turn the sound on/off, just hold the up arrow for 3 seconds. If the audio / beep is deactivated, the Arizer Solo remains silent, when powered on or off.
The first thing you will notice is the battery life indicator lighting up, showing you how much power is left inside of the batteries. After this, there will be a blue light at the bottom, showing that the unit is on, but it’s in an idle state.
To adjust the power level, you will want to press the up arrow to go up on temperature, or the down arrow to go down on temp. You have 7 different temperature settings. The temperature settings for Arizer Solo are as shown below:
I normally keep mine at 4, where it’s not too hot of a vape, and it doesn’t burn up the bud completely.
Once you choose the setting, the unit will begin to heat up, and there will be a red flashing indicator light, letting you know it’s heating up. It will heat up very quickly, and takes less than 5 minutes to heat up. When it reaches your desired temperature level setting, you are ready to vape!
When taking hits or pulls off of the mouthpiece, you will want to take long, but light pulls. It’ll be around 8-10 second pulls. You don’t want to take hard pulls, because you’ll get more air than vapor, and when taking longer pulls, while taking your time, it’ll allow you to inhale more vapor. Here is the website- https://www.riverfronttimes.com/PaidContent/2020/09/14/best-portable-dry-herb-vaporizers-2020-update that provide people with the original reviews on all the vaporizers and also help them to make better purchase. Not only this but also there the advantages and disadvantages mentioned related too different products. Once inhaled, hold your breath for about 5 seconds, and then exhale slowly. You will not only achieve a successful vape, but should also see a larger and more thicker clouds, or vapor production. The first couple of puffs will feel like you’re not getting any vapor, but after about the third or fourth pull, you should be experiencing a very nice sensational vape.
After around 10 minutes, the unit will turn itself automatically. By the time this happens, be careful not to touch the bottom of the glass any time soon. Allow the vaporizer to cool down, because the glass will be hot for a while.