Here you will learn the easy step by step instructions on the how to assemble, set-up and use your new Arizer Solo vaporizer.
How to Use the Arizer Solo Portable Herbal Vaporizer
By following these steps (most of which are also contained in the user manual). You will be learning pro tips and tricks with your new Arizer Solo in no time at all!
Step 1: Turn on the Arizer Solo
Turn on the unit by pressing both the up and down arrow buttons and it will immediately begin to heat up to it’s standby temperature which is relatively close to the first heat level. This makes heating faster after you select a temperature level.
Step 2: Set your temperature level
Next you want to set which level you want to vaporize with. The temperature levels are as follows:
Temp Level 1:
50 C / 122 F
Temp Level 2:
185 C / 365 F
Temp Level 3:
190 C / 374 F
Temp Level 4:
195 C / 383 F
Temp Level 5:
200 C / 392 F
Temp Level 6:
205 C / 401 F
Temp Level 7:
210 C / 410 F
You want to start around temperature level 2 and then adjust from there. 365 degrees Fahrenheit is the starting point for most vapes, portable or not.
Step 3: Pack the Arizer Solo
Take your whip style mouthpiece and pack your material into the bowl end of it. Before doing so make sure if you do grind your material that you do not grind it too fine for two reasons. First there is no screen, only two little holes in the glass, so finely ground material could sneak through. Secondly, the material when ground up really fine can fall into the heating element and will require you to clean it more often.
Next, flip the unit itself upside down so the heating element is facing the floor and connect the whip to the heating element. Now flip it back so the heating element and whip are both pointed upwards now.
Step 4: Begin use of the Arizer Solo
Now you simply wait about ten seconds before pulling and you should get a nice thick vapor hit, thickness generally depends on your heat setting. If you are up towards level five through seven you will get bigger clouds of vapor than the lower settings, so this is a matter of personal preference.
Make sure when pulling you do not pull extremely hard because you can get some of the material into the whip, which is not something you want not only because you’ll get material in your mouth, but it will also require more frequent cleaning.
Step 5: Clear the chamber of the Arizer Solo
When you are done use make sure you fully clean the bowl out of the vaporized material. This will cut down on cleaning in the future. Also make sure to always cap the heating element with the cap that is attached to the unit. This will stop dust and any other possibly harmful materials getting in there with the heating element. Taking these steps will ensure a good vaporizing experience with the Arizer Solo each time.