Arizer Air - Product Breakdown and Review



Draw type: Mouth inhale
Heating element: Ceramic
Heat-up time: 60 seconds
Bowl Size: 0.3 gram chamber
Charging Time: 2.5 hours
Session Time: 60 minutes of use
Battery: Removable 18650 battery
Temperature Settings: 5 pre-set temperature settings

        180C/356F (Blue)	
        190C/374F (White)
        200C/392F (Green)
        205C/401F (Orange)
        210C/410F (Red)

Safety Features:
Shut off Timer: Turns the unit off after 10 minutes
Overcharge Protection: Prevents the battery from being overcharged or drained too low



  • 2 years
  • Arizer warranties the ceramic heating element for life

Key Features – Why we love it!

  • Removable battery offers customer the ability to switch out batteries, either by carrying charged batteries for extended use or switching out the battery after regular wear and tear
  • Heating element is warrantied for life
  • Variable temperature
  • Easy to clean glass stem
  • Compact, lightweight and portable
  • Quick heat up in only 1-2 minutes
  • Top feeder, which means that there is a smaller path for vapor to travel
  • Pungent in quality and flavor

Overall, the Arizer Air is an excellent herbal vaporizer for a great price! It is definitely a popular choice amongst customers and a staff favourite.


In the instruction booklet that comes with the Arizer Air, they claim you are able to use the device for concentrates. To do this, Arizer says to place a piece of a cotton ball in the chamber and put the concentrates on top of the cotton to vape it. Honestly, the Arizer Air is an excellent device for dry herb and I would’t use it for concentrates. If you are interested in vaping concentrates, I recommend getting a device dedicated to concentrates. There are also devices that vaporize both dry herb and concentrates such as the Vicod 5G, Pax 3, Crafty and Mighty.