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The Pax 3 Vaporizer – Change the Way You Consume
When I’m not consuming edibles, you’ll find me firing up the dry herb vaporizer, often the Pax 3 vaporizer. As an ex-smoker, I don’t like joints, bongs and dabs, though I do sometimes enjoy a nice pipe because I can light it up enjoy a toke. With joints I feel compelled to smoke more than I need.
But I’m not here to talk about combustion, I’m here to talk about vaporization. I find vaping much easier on my delicate lungs and allows for the taste profile of the cannabis to truly shine. The Pax 3 vaporizer is a small, sleek device that is high tech and simple at the same time which part of the beauty of this gadget.
Pack the bowl with your ground flower, press the button for it to heat up gently, and sip from one of the two available mouthpieces, flat or raised. You’ll start to taste it when the flower has been exhausted. The smell from the device is minimal, I use mine indoors all the time when I wouldn’t smoke a joint inside. Once you’re done, you can either turn it off or just set it down and it’ll go into ‘sleep’ mode and turn off if not disturbed.
The best part is that the spent cannabis can be saved for making edibles, stretching your weed even farther. I keep a jar nearby so that I can store the AVB (already vaped bud – also called AVC for already vaped cannabis) and when I’m ready to make some edibles, I have decarbed weed ready to go.
Pax offers a solid 10 year warranty on their device, it has great battery life and is easy to clean. With few replaceable parts (replaceable screens for a minimal price, made of stainless steel so they can be cleaned and don’t need to be replaced often), it’s a solid investment. If you’re an Android user, the companion Pax app gives you even more flexibility (hopefully coming for Apple users soon!)
There is now the Pax Mini and Pax Plus – which seems to be replacing the Pax 3 vaporizer, see the chart below to compare the two models.
If you’re thinking about picking up the Pax 3 vaporizer or the current iterations, you’ll be in good company. With intuitive design, you’ll wonder why you didn’t try dry herb vaporizers before now!
Is there anything that I missed in this guide? If so, let me know! Otherwise, I hope it helps!