Herbal Vaporizer Review
I’d like to start off this post, by thanking the team over at Pax for sending me a unit to review!
Like most cannasseurs, I’ve heard loads of great things about Pax. Pax this. Pax that. Pax Pax Pax.
So when it finally arrived, I was nearly out of my shorts with excitement.
The first thing I noticed right out-of-the-box was how sleek and light it is.
Pax revamped the Pax 3 this year, increasing matte color options. They include black, silver, rose gold, and teal. Teal is my color of choice.
After tearing apart the packaging out of excitement, I was ready to load that sucker up.
I popped out the bottom portion of the device, revealing the heating chamber. Impressed with its size, I filled it to the brim.
Two-seconds of holding down the power button, and it was heating up. As you guys know, I prefer low-temp hits, so I chose the lowest setting.
…But I then realized I needed the mouth piece. It took me a while to find it, as Pax labeled their packaging in a weird way.
In any event, I eventually located it.
A light on the front indicated it was heating up, and the unit vibrated when it was ready.
With no button, it’s considered an auto-pull (like the Summit+ by Vapium).
From past experience, I knew not to inhale too hard or too quickly. If you pull too hard, you’ll get a less-efficient rip, only to end up frustrated.
Slow, semi-soft pulls are key.
A slight burnt popcorn taste hit my tongue, as I exhaled the vapor.
“Oooooh!” I exclaimed, with a devilish grin.
I pulled again, cheesing even harder.
Delighted, I tossed the vape into my pocket, and went about my day.
Over the course of the next few days, I continued puffing on this fantastic little guy.
Every time, I was pleased with its performance.
It took a good 4 or 5 sessions, before I needed to switch out my bud.
Vaporizers are obviously more efficient than other methods of inhalation. But jeez Louise, the Pax shattered my expectations.
Charge time is pretty minimal, and it lasts for a few days.
The Pax 3 is small enough to fit in a pocket, purse, or large wristlet. (I actually put it in the latter, after having a good wallet clean-out).
While this hasn’t happened, I do have one concern. Since you need to hold it for 2-second to turn it on/off, it could theoretically heat-up without you knowing.
In the end, this isn’t really an issue–more a waste of bud.
Ultimately, though, if you’ve been looking for an incredible dry herb vaporizer, then you should seriously consider the Pax 3.
It’s definitely a bit pricier than some other vaporizers, but it has an incredible 10-year warranty, and it’s easily one of the best flower vapes I’ve ever used.
If you have any questions about the Pax 3 vaporizer (or other cannabis accessories), please feel free to shoot me a message below!