Pax 3 vaporizer
The Pax 3 vaporizer is a perfect vaporizer if you’re looking for a stylish, ultra-portable, and smart everyday carry kind of vape that works amazingly well with both flowers and concentrates. PAX now offers two different accessory options with the same PAX 3 vaporizer depending on how much you’d like to pay and what kind of vaping you prefer.The PAX 3 Basic Kit, on the other hand, comes with everything you need to vape a full oven of dry herbs and nothing you don’t.
Operating The Pax 3 vaporizer
Many vaporizers force you to click up to five times to turn them on, the Pax 3 simply requires one push of the mouthpiece to start its heating cycle. As mentioned earlier, in as little as 15 seconds the Pax 3 will reach its lowest temperature, with only an additional 5-7 seconds needed to reach the highest. To change temperatures hold down the mouthpiece and it will cycle between four of the preset settings, with a fifth adjustable one when using the app, more on that later. The four included settings are as follows along with the visual LED display tied to each:
360F – 1 Green Petal
380F – 2 Yellow Petals
400F – 3 Orange Petals
420F – 4 Red Petals
Custom – 4 Blue Petals
To load the Pax 3 take some medium to coarse ground herb and pack either the full capacity or half size oven cover. You’ll want to pack it down tightly to encourage the optimum airflow for the best vapor. Finer ground herb can be used to get even more cloud production, however. Starting at the third temperature, let the material heat and then take a light draw without forcing it too much as this can cool the chamber leading to reduced vapor density. The improved screen increases airflow and combined with Pax’s conduction technology produces the utmost quality vapor that’s smooth and flavorful with no nasty bitterness or harshness. Concentrates can be added with the included accessory, just don’t expect it to perform like a dedicated e-nail or rig because it lacks the higher temperatures these devices can reach. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, though. You’ll probably find that smaller wax dabs will last you a long time with a smoother vape reminiscent of herb.
Dry Herb and Wax Capability
Although both the original Pax and the Pax 2 were limited to vaping dry herbs, the Pax 3 now includes a concentrate cover so that you can enjoy waxes with the same level of convenience and quality. Switching between the two is as easy as swapping in and out one of the three included oven lids. For dry herb users you get both a full capacity version and a half-sized one that’s perfect for solo use. One downside of the Pax 2 was that it needed to be packed with a full bowl to achieve proper efficiency. This was fine if you intended to pass it around with a group but could result in leftover material if you were on your own. The new smaller cover can accommodate about 0.2g of herb when packed tightly, just enough for a session on your own without worrying about waste, or worse overdoing it just to finish your material all at one sitting. The Pax 3 even comes with two types of mouthpieces. One sits flush with the main exterior, the second provides a beveled mouthpiece for those who prefer to hit on a more traditional design.
The PAX 3 utilizes both lip and motion sensors keeping the oven hot only when you’re actually vaping and shutting itself off when you’re done. The LED pedals on the face tell you whether it’s heating up, ready to vape, the battery level, temperature and everything else you need to know. My Pinterest page