Arizer Solo Vaporizer

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Herbs
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  • High-Quality Glass Draw-Straw
  • LED Indicator Lights
  • Protected by a Lifetime Warranty
  • Battery Lasts Over 3 Hours
  • Discreet Design
  • Powerful Li-ion Battery
  • An Array of Temperature Presets

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ABOUT THE ARIZER SOLO VAPORIZER

The Arizer Solo Vaporizer is an advanced Portable Vaporizer that truly stands above the rest. Made by Canadian manufacturer Arizer, the Solo has achieved a reputation as one of the most reliable and high-performing portable vapes out there. It features a long lasting battery, a powerful heating element and a borosilicate glass draw stem; these components ensure that users receive the purest, most flavorful vapor possible. This innovative unit is compact and lightweight, allowing the user to take this vaporizer virtually anywhere. Not only does it look great, but It's small enough to fit inside your pocket and weighs less than 2 lbs.

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COMPACT SIZE - LONG BATTERY LIFE

Instead of using butane or alkaline batteries, the Solo features a high quality lithium ion battery that's capable of providing the user with over 3 hours of continuous use.  No other portable or handheld vaporizer can last that long. It's completely portable – it doesn’t require any cords or wires while in use. It also features an LED temperature control system that allows the user to adjust the vaporizing temperature accordingly. The Arizer Solo is very easy to operate and is capable of reaching vaporizing temperatures within 2 minutes. Quite simply, the Solo is more efficient and effective at producing vapor when compared to other portable vaporizers currently available.

SUPERIOR VAPOR PRODUCTION

Made in Canada, this unit is manufactured using only the highest quality components and materials. Unlike many other vaporizers that utilize plastic or vinyl tubing, this vaporizer uses high quality borosilicate glass for truly clean vapor production. This allows the user to really “taste” the vapor created from your herbs. Most other portable vaporizers utilize a relatively small herb chamber, which can restrict the amount of vapor inhaled by the user. This can make for a rather unsatisfying and frustrating vaporizing experience. However, the Arizer Solo Vaporizer utilizes an extra-wide herbal chamber that improves the airflow. By allowing more hot air to pass over your herbs, the vapor produced by the Solo is more robust and flavorful. Each unit also comes with a Lifetime Warranty that covers any defect related to the heating element.

NEWEST MODEL

Since we are one of the few authorized Distributors of Arizer products, VaporNation is proud to carry the latest model of the Arizer Solo Vaporizer. This newest version has an upgraded battery/charger system that allows the user to heat and use the unit while it is charging.  The Solo runs off of a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that is calibrated to provide up to 3 hours of continual use on a single charge. It features an efficient ceramic heating element with stainless steel cover, materials that guarantee efficient vaporization and robust vapor production from dry blends. It's is an ideal handheld vaporizer for travel use; it’s about the size of a soda can so it can fit easily in a purse or pocket.

HOW THE SOLO WORKS

We recommend charging the battery completely before use. The charging process takes approximately 4 hours. Once the unit is completely charged, simply grind your material and place them in the chamber at the base of the glass stem. Then select from one of the seven heat settings. It heats up in less than 2 minutes and users can choose temperature settings between 122-410 degrees Fahrenheit. Once the light turns green, hold the unit with the heating element faced down and attach the unit to the base of the draw stem; then flip the whole unit right side up. Wait about 10 seconds and then begin inhaling slowly. Once you have finished vaporizing, turn the unit upside down again, turn off the vaporizer and remove the glass draw stem.

This unit features an Automatic Shut-Off feature that will kick in after 12 minutes. This feature was implemented in order to preserve battery life and the ceramic heating element for future use. If you wish to return to your previous temperature setting, simply power on the unit and press the “down” arrow to return to the previously selected setting.

HOW TO CLEAN AND MAINTAIN YOUR SOLO

The Arizer Solo is extremely user-friendly and requires very little maintenance. Once a vapor session is finished, we recommend that you remove the glass draw stem and brush out any material that may have fallen into the heating chamber. The stem can be soaked in glass cleaner to remove any residue.

TEMPERATURE SETTINGS:

  • 50°C / 122°F
  • 185°C / 365°F
  • 190°C / 374°F
  • 195°C / 383°F
  • 200°C / 393°F
  • 205°C / 401°F
  • 210°C / 410°F
WHAT'S IN THE BOX
  • 1 x Charger
  • 1 x Aromatherapy Dish
  • 2 x Straight & Curved Diffuser Stems
  • 1 x Aroma-blend Sample
Additional Information
Warranty Info: Lifetime Warranty - Heating Element
2 Year Warranty - Electronics
1 Year Warranty - Battery
Note: Glass Components are not covered under the warranty.
Dimensions: 5.00 x 8.25 x 7.25 in.
Weight: 2.00 lbs.
Vaporizer Type: Portable
Vaporizer Compatibility: Herbs
Delivery Method: Direct Draw
Heat Source: Battery
Voltage: Dual (110v + 220v)
Screen Size: 1/2 Inch
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  • 24 of 24 people found the following review helpful

    Great Vape

    I was sad when I first received this vape. It was supposed to be the holy grail of portables and I found that I had to put it on temperature 7 just to get a decent draw, and felt like I was sucking mud through a straw in order to even get that. Searching the web I found very little helpful info on technique from anywhere, least of all from the Arizer website, just nothing! And even the 700pg forum postings on the Solo that are impossible to sort through, still no good info. The Vape Critic was silent. No one was telling me how to use this thing. The one piece of info that helped was to put a 1/2" pipe screen just above the small holes in the mouthpiece to improve airflow. This definitely helped with the mud-sucking, but still the issue of high-heat.

    So maybe I am a vape rookie and every vape-person in the world knew this already. But I didn't know, and I don't think any of the newbies do, and no one is sharing it. Here is the most important step to getting a beautiful cloud from temp 4 on the Solo and the best taste you have ever had in your mouth/lungs (as long as you are using good flowers)....

    PREHEAT LOADED MOUTHPIECE FOR 45 SECS - 1 MIN BEFORE DRAWING !!

    That, combined with the metal screen will make you love this vape forever and ever. Best taste and ease of use...plus the fact that it is the simplest vape of all time to clean and the stem fits perfectly in your glass-on-glass piece for extra nice deliciousness!

    So, remember these few tips and you will be a Solo worshiper like me:

    1. Get a 1/2" screen and push it down a bit over the end of a sharpie marker top to make it a bit domed. Fit into the bowl just above the little holes oriented with the dome shooting up away from the holes. This is crucial for airflow and this thing never gets very dirty or resinous. If it gets a little messed up, pull it out and light it up with a Bic and voila. I hate metal for smoking, but with vaping, you do not taste this thing at all.

    2. Grind your flowers well, fill bowl loosely at first approximate 3/4 of the way up or all the way to the top.

    3. Pack lightly with your fingertip. Lightly, but just hard enough so the flowers don't fall when the stem turns upside down.

    4. Always pre heat! Turn on the unit and get it heating while you set up your bowl. Then set the bowl in its place on the heating element and wait 45 seconds to a minute. (Try heat level 3-5, I love 4 !! )

    5. Then pull smoothly (preferably through a glass water pipe) for about 20 seconds...inhale deep and enjoy the flavor sensation.

    6. Cash out the bowl into an old vitamin container and save for edibles.

    7. What ??? Only one draw and then you cash it? Well, this part is optional, but if you really want the ultimate taste sensation and nothing else, the first toke is the only one worth taking. At least I re-use it later !!! ;)




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  • 18 of 18 people found the following review helpful

    Arizer Solo Review

    The Solo is a handheld portable direct draw vaporizer that has properties of passive convection heating.

    Pre-Purchase Inspection-Technically i didn't purchase this, i won it in Vapor Nation's Contest. I did do a lot of research on FC and VP(vaporpedia). I discovered that this was a very petite and efficient vaporizer.After getting rid of my MFLB, i longed for a portable to fill its place in convenience and mobility.A device that could supply me with satisfying clouds of vapor.I was a little worried/skeptical because of multiple Solo users complaining about chipping ceramic interior and smell that originated within their units.

    Initial thoughts(Unboxing/Before first use)


    Solo
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    Arizer did an amazing job giving birth to this portable powerhouse.
    I'-m impressed the Solo isn't as large as i thought, it easily rests in the palm of my hand.The unit is 4.5" tall ,roughly as long as my xbox360 controller and is the same matte black.The Solo has a good weight to it, about 181 grams(.4lbs) about the same as a Quarter Pounder from Mcdonalds. Wouldn't be heartbroken if it was knocked over or fell off a table,its very sturdy and solid with no moving parts inside.
    Fits in my pocket with ease and because of its low profile its easily concealable,at a glance most would think its a black stud finder if anything.

    Glass Accessories(mouthpiece and Aroma top)
    Seems to be Boro glass (Borosillicate) It's pretty thin and fragile but its gets the job done withstanding heats from 122F-410F.

    Preparation and Operation-
    So far I've used two different methods for the Solo, i didn't create them myself so i'm not taking credit.
    However i did come up with some names.

    *Make sure your unit is fully charged otherwise warm up times may vary depending on Battery strength*

    Pr-e-Heat Method
    -Grind your material until its to your preference(coarse)
    -Place material in stem until about 1/4 or 1/2 full.
    -Practice inhaling through the stem make sure there is some air circulation.
    --Power up unit(hold down both UP and DOWN buttons)
    -Select #/temp for your session ( Use UP and DOWN Buttons).
    -Wait for unit to warm up(1.5 minutes)
    -Once the LED next to your # glows solid you can enjoy
    -Inhale and stir frequently so more surface area is vaporized

    Simmer Method
    -Grind your material until its to your preference(coarse)
    -Place material in stem until about 1/4 or 1/2 full.
    -Practice inhaling through the stem make sure there is some air circulation.
    --Place stem inside Solo and Proceed to power up(hold down both UP and DOWN buttons).
    -Select #/temp for your session(Use UP and DOWN Buttons).
    -Wait for the unit to warm up.(1.5 minutes)
    -Once the #/temp's led you selected glows solid you can enjoy.
    -Inhale and stir frequently so more surface area is vaporized.
    The difference bewteen these two method is that in the "Simmer" your material has a chance to cook a little before your first inhale.This allows for better developed clouds, because more convection takes place.I started doing the "Simmer" out of habit of my Supreme Vaporizer ritual, placing material in and heating it so it cooks a little before sessions.

    *I-f you wish to get more out of your material,stir or grind material again and increase the temp*

    First Impressions(aft-er first successful use)
    *Before i used my solo i burned it in, by placing it on its highest temp for about an hour*
    I decided to use #2(365F) for my first hit, a decent amount of oils/compounds are vaporized at that temp..where a plethora of effects can be experienced.
    After my first successful hit,I immediately started clapping as i exhaled a delicious cloud of vapor. I wasn't expecting anything near what i experienced, maybe a small puff and a wisp of vapor when i exhaled but i inhaled something i thought could only be produced by a whip based vaporizer.Arizer really made something in a league of its own.A portable that can throw punches with the heavy weights(desktop-/table top units).

    Production Details
    The Solo is made in Canada
    Some glass parts made in China
    Safety and Precautions
    Th-e glass stems can get pretty hot when used and can still be pretty hot after your down using, make sure you have a place set aside to rest them safely.

    Applications
    This Micro heater can be used for various things..
    With the aroma top it can be used as a aromatic therapy device, dispensing bountiful fragrances in the immediate area.
    With the stems they can be used to vaporize different herbs and concentrates whether it be for relaxtion or medication.
    Ca-n be used in collaboration with water filtration devices in order to cool down and moisture vapors for consumption.

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    Aesthetics and Design
    Very sleek and sophisticated.
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    The silver unit looks like something you would find in a well established chef's chrome filled kitchen, between the toaster and food processor with metallic finishes.
    The black unit looks like tool used by either an electrician or contractor,basically looks like a stud finder or a really expensive piece of equipment.Looks at home when placed against router/modem or other computer peripherals.

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    Design is well through out,its the perfect sized to be operated with one hand.
    The curves in the outer casing allows for you to have a grip when handling.
    Heating element is ceramic, like a majority of other vaporizers on the market but its powered by a li-ion battery.Similar to a cellphone it needs to be charged via wall outlet for about 4 hours.The Battery and wires/circuits are separate from the air path so it doesn't effect your vapor.

    Learning Curve
    You have to learn how to hit it. A lot of vaporizers let you just suck vapor through the mouthpiece, in order for the Solo to provide thick well developed clouds you have to sip it.
    as if your sipping a milkshake through a straw.

    Performance
    When charged the Solo performs best, heating up in under 2 minutes and vaporizing material soon after.I tried using the Solo on all 7 settings, i found #3 and #4 to be more desirable than #6 and #7. I prefer light vapor with a lot of flavor and great aroma, the higher numbers vaporize basically everything its harder to decipher what your tasting.Also the higher numbers give very dry and harsh hits, this is where water filtration would shine.
    I plan on using the solo at all 7 setting again but with water filtration to see how it compares with using the solo as just a direct draw unit.

    Overall Experience
    This unit is a paragon for those who desired convenience and mobility, with no sacrifice to taste or vapor spectrum exploration. With separate stems you would be able to have multiple people in on one session. If your limited on glass stems or vaporizer alone most of the time the solo will greatly cater to your cloud needs.It's been great having a chance to use such a good unit.I highly suggest this vaporizer to beginners and experienced vaporists alike.

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  • 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful

    $aves a pile of money on gra$$

    I am saving a pile of money on grass! I have owned one for over a year, but only recently realized I was overfilling. It was great before, but now it's fantastic. An improvement of 100%. I recently bought another one which holds the stem more securely. With the added security of the new arizer holding the glass stem I find I am much more mobile and I can take it almost anywhere. I have found that if I keep it below 6 I will not cough, but if I set it to 6 I will cough if I take real big hit. So, I only go over 5 when I am am no longer getting productive clouds and I want to extract the last little bit of essence from the plant material. You cannot go wrong with this cloud generating machine!

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  • 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful

    Winner is Arizer

    I have both the Arizer Solo (about three weeks now) and the DeVinci (about three months). Both are good units. Each having good and not so good points. You are actually dealing with two different Vaping methods. Arizer is a convection unit with glass path which is great for taste, using less product and ease of cleaning. DeVinci is conduction (heats product in an oven and turns it to fine ash), uses surgical tubing instead of glass and is more difficult to keep clean. All in all I like the Arizer Solo for taste and saving product and ease of cleaning. DeVinci is much more stealth and this could be something to consider. Most other points are all covered if you read the rest of the reviews.

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  • 9 of 9 people found the following review helpful

    Great Product!

    This is my second purchase of an Arizer Solo. The first one purchased still works perfectly after a couple years of almost daily use but I wanted a back up. The new Solo feels lighter and you can use it while recharging. I love the Solo! It is discrete, easily portable, simple to operate, and economical on herb. I broke only one glass wand when I dropped the unit--very sturdy considering how much it's used. Great product!!!

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Questions & Answers
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Q: What's the best way to transport this portable vaporizer without breaking the glass tubes? Is a carrying case available?

Asked By Dale on January 13, 2016

A: A VapeCase designed specifically for the Arizer Solo can be found on our site here: http://www.vapornation.com/vapecase-arizer-solo.html

Q: Do I have to vape the whole amount at once?

Asked By Nancee on June 10, 2015

A: You can turn the unit off and remove the draw stem between uses to conserve the herb.

Q: Are you selling the latest 2015 model?

Asked By Alex N on March 04, 2015

A: We purchase directly from Arizer and always carry their latest units.

Q: How much can fit in? How long does it last when almost fully packed?

Asked By tyler roseto on August 11, 2014

A: The Arizer Solo can hold roughly .3 grams of dry herbal material and that will last for an estimated 8 to 12 draws.

Q: Can the battery charger be used with just a 3-prong adapter for the UK?

Asked By Seb on June 30, 2014

A: Yes, the Arizer can be charged on 220v with just the 3 prong adapter.

Q: Do you sell a water tool that can be adapted to use with the arizer ?

Asked By Anna on April 08, 2014

A: We do not currently carry any water tool adapters for the Arizer Solo.

Q: Is aluminum used in this model? And what material besides glass is used in this product?

Asked By Luke on March 17, 2014

A: The Arizer Solo utilizes a stainless steel heating element.

Q: Has the loose stem problem been solved?

Asked By Earl on February 07, 2014

A: Yes. All of the stems now have a snug fit.

Q: What are the advantages of using the straight diffusing tube vs. the curved tube?

Asked By Andy on November 07, 2013

A: No difference. It's simply a matter of preference.

Q: What is the Potpourri Dish used for?

Asked By Stanley on November 07, 2013

A: The potpourri dish is for vaporizing aromatherapy blends.

Q: What is the optimal temperature level for the best vaporization?

Asked By Jim H. on November 07, 2013

A: We recommend the temperature setting 4 or 5 on the Arizer Solo for efficient vaporization.

Q: Do you sell the bent glass mouthpiece by itself?

Asked By Abbe on May 20, 2013

A: Yes. We sell them here: http://www.vapornation.com/store/arizer-solo-glass-aroma-tube.html

Q: What model year are you selling?

Asked By Paulette on February 05, 2013

A: We are selling the newest model - 2013 version. We get all our units directly from the manufacture (Arizer).

Q: Can you use oils in this model?

Asked By Lo on November 29, 2012

A: The Arizer Solo Vaporizer comes with an aromatherapy bowl that can be used with oils.

Q: Can you use the vaporizer while it is charging?

Asked By JB on November 25, 2012

A: In order to use the Arizer Solo Vaporizer while it is charging, you will need to purchase the Arizer Solo Power Adapter (found on our website).

Q: What size screen does the arizer solo use?

Asked By Derek on November 23, 2012

A: The Arizer Solo Vaporizer does not utilize screens. Instead, the "filter" system is built into the glass stems that are used to inhale the vapor. However, many users choose to place an additional metal screen inside the tube to further filter out plant material. We recommend the 5/8" screens, available here: http://www.vapornation.com/replacement-screens.html

Q: Do you have the ArIzer Solo model M-107? I simply want to make sure that you have this model prior to purchasing.

Asked By Douglas on November 15, 2012

A: Arizer no longer uses the M-107 or M-10X serial system. They now utilize random digit serials numbers. However, I can assure you that we are an authorized dealer of Arizer products and we carry only the latest models.

Q: Does this come with everything shown in the picture? Or are extras needed to be bought to use this product?

Asked By Brian on November 06, 2012

A: Yes. The Arizer Solo Vaporizer includes everything you see in the picture. You do not need to purchase any additional items to use this product.

Q: Which model of this vape do you sell?

Asked By tim on September 17, 2012

A: We carry the latest model of the Arizer Solo Vaporizer. VaporNation is one of the few authorized Arizer Resellers and we obtain all our units directly from Arizer.

Q: Is the rechargeable battery replaceable after it stops holding a charge?

Asked By John on August 22, 2012

A: Unfortunately, the rechargeable battery is not replaceable on the Arizer Solo Vaporizer. However, it does include a 1 Year Warranty on the battery itself.

Q: Does the battery charger work on 220 volts?

Asked By Jay on August 19, 2012

A: Yes. The battery charger for the Arizer Solo Vaporizer is compatible with both 110 and 220 volts.

Q: How big is this unit?

Asked By Frank on June 20, 2012

A: The Arizer Solo is 4.5" tall x 1.75" wide. It's small enough to fit inside your pocket and only 8.3 oz.

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Quick Instructions:

Step 1: To turn on the vaporizer, press and hold down both the up and down arrow buttons for a few seconds.  Your Solo will begin heating to the standby temperature, close to the first heat level.

Step 2: Use the arrow buttons to raise or lower your Solo’s temperature.  The numbers represent the following temperatures:

            Level One - 50 C / 122 F

            Level Two - 185 C / 365 F

            Level Three - 190 C / 374 F

            Level Four - 195 C / 383 F

            Level Five - 200 C / 392 F

            Level Six - 205 C / 401 F

            Level Seven - 210 C / 410 F

Note: 360 F / 185 C is the recommended level to begin experiencing vaporization, and then you can adjust according to personal preference.

Step 3: Pack your herbs into the bowl end of the glass draw stem.  Coarsely ground material is less likely to slip through the holes in the draw stem.  Be sure to not over pack the stem, as this will prevent the proper airflow necessary for vaporization.  Hold the Solo with the heating element facing downward and connect to the packed draw stem.  Now flip the whole unit right side up.

Step 4: Wait 10 to 15 seconds prior to taking slow and steady inhalations from the Solo.  Draw lightly to prevent any material from being pulled through.

Step 5: When you have finished vaporizing, turn the unit upside down and remove the draw stem.  Be sure to clean out any excess material that may have fallen onto the heating element.  Use the attached cap to cover the heating element when not in use.