Pax 2 vaporizer tips
PAX is a great gadget and I’m in love with mine. But I must admit there’s quite a learning curve (that I was able to overcome by doing a lot of reading, specially here). For people who are new at vaping, I thought it would be cool to share my tips for a perfect session and how to optimize usage and material. I’m not 100% fluent in english, so bare with me.
- Grind your material very finely. Try turning your grinder upside down so it keeps grinding rather than falling through the chamber;
- Pack your material very tight. Use a pen cap to push your material down until it looks like a brick;
- Start vaping at temperature 1. Don’t go straight to 3 or 4;
- Inhale very lightly, like you’re sipping coffee. Hold it for more than 2 seconds and release it;
- When you start feeling little to no vapor, turn the device off. Wait until it’s not hot anymore, open the oven lid and stir the material. Pack it very tight again. Turn it on. Back to vaping at the same temperature (1);
- Continue to repeat steps 4 and 5 until you reach higher temperatures. Example: even after stirring, there’s no more vape coming out of Pax? That’s when you wanna move to temperature 2. Before moving to 3, try stirring again and back to the same temperature;
- Once you get to temperature 4 and your material is completely vaped, clean your oven and you’re ready for your next session.
I know everyone has their rituals, but I thought it would be worth to share mine — as I was very frustrated at the beginning (even though about returning my PAX 2). Once I figured this out, I’ve been able to enjoy my sessions even more. And one full oven usually lasts days for me.
It’s worth mentioning that I usually vape alone or with my husband. I don’t recommend sharing PAX with more than two people — as it might not be a very fulfilling experience for everyone involved.
Pax 2 vaporizer tips PAX is a great gadget and I’m in love with mine. But I must admit there’s quite a learning curve (that I was able to overcome by doing a lot of reading, specially here). For