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Like most portable vaporizers, the PAX 2 simply gets too hot to enjoy the vaporizing experience for an extended period of time. I find myself using the unit for just a few draws before it becomes intolerable. Unfortunately, it’s not as simple as just turning down the temperature either, as that will only result in wasted product [certain cannabinoids and compounds only vape at higher temperatures]. A true fix would include an updated mouthpiece that is farther away from the oven/heat source. Because your herb is in direct contact with the heat source, it requires you to stir your material more.

the preferred convection heating method] allows for a higher risk of combustion — meaning you may not be truly vaporizing your bud after all. The mouthpiece acts as the single button for the entire vaporizer, which has its perks and its downfalls. I found it fun learning how to use the PAX 2 while I medicate, but I can definitely see how some people that are strictly using this vaporizer for health reasons can find the lack of buttons much more confusing/annoying than simple. I’d like to see the next version have a manual temperature setting that can easily be set using up/down buttons, accompanied by a small digital display. It’s hard to get that kind of experience with the PAX 2, though bumping up the temperature does provide some versatility in the amount of vapor. Even though you can’t always see the vapor when you exhale, the PAX 2 still gets you buzzed/medicated. The carbon filter I purchased is a 'universal' replacement filter for HoneyWell air purifiers.

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One of those stain removing "pens" that are on the market. This comfortable pair offers decent sound and a two-year warranty.

However, the long cable can snag somewhat when you turn your head.

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