Portable Vaporizers: Best Arizer Solo Accessories

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Arizer Solo Accessories

Great Canadian connoisseurs love great Canadian products. One of the first products that come to my mind is the Arizer Solo vaporizer. The unit is made right here in Ontario and has established itself as one of the top portable vaporizers on the market. It is manufactured to the highest quality standards and the one thing most connoisseurs greatly value is its outstanding vapor quality. No wonder why the unit has been so popular over the last few months, especially as its summer. Many people ask me though, which Solo accessories they should get with the unit, which ones are the most useful? In today’s blog we will answer exactly this question. We listed the top accessories in respect to their relative popularity.
Arizer Solo

1 – Solo Case

The Solo Case was originally made for underwater diving. As this unit is a portable unit, but uses glass stems, having a case to protect your equipment is not only convenient but can also save you some money in the long run. You don’t have to worry about losing or breaking any of the parts that you carry around. Furthermore, many people’s only critical aspect of the Solo is that the glass stems make the unit less portable, with a case you can easily make up for this. The fact that the case is airtight (so any smell will stay inside) and waterproof (I actually go fishing or to the beach with it) make it even more convenient. (I have this one with my Solo)
Solo Case

2 – ZEUS Grinder

The better you grind up your botanical, the more efficient you will vaporize. The general rule of thumb is that you want as much surface area as possible to get great vapor. But with vaporizers and especially the Solo, you should not grind up too much or you will have to deal with particles shooting through. That is why ZUES Grinders exist. Unlike most grinders that just grind up till it is powdery, these busters are meant to grind up to a perfect consistency.
ZEUS Grinder

3 – Solo Car Charger

For all connoisseurs that are on the run, the Solo car charger can be really convenient. Even if you are on the road, you can still charge your unit. This is great for trips or for people that generally use their device while not at home.  (I have one of these….I battled myself for a few months before getting this, since I am kinda cheap, but now I use it all the time, so it was worth it)
Solo Car Charger

4 – Glass Aroma Tubes

The fact that the Solo uses glass drawing stems is great for two reasons: Vapor quality and battery life. Glass is completely taste neutral and does not pass on any unwanted flavors to your botanical. Also it is widely known to be a great insulator. If will keep the heat inside the heating chamber, allowing the battery to save energy and last longer. As we all know though, glass aroma tube can break. To be on the safe side getting a couple of extra stems will come in handy eventually. (You will eventually need them; I bought two more since I got mine 1.5 years ago)

5 – Arizer Solo Screens

Although the unit is made to be used without screens, many people still prefer to pick up a few just to be safe. When using the Solo one does not need to grind up the botanical into a fine powder, a coarse grind is all you need and a ZEUS Grinder is just designed for vaporizers. This ensures that no fine particles shoot through your drawing stem. If you are not sure however as to how fine to grind your botanicals, getting screens makes life very easy as they ensure that nothing will shoot through no matter how fine or coarse your botanical.
We hope that you enjoyed todays blog and leave a comment if you know of any other arizer accessories that you think should be mentioned here!
Thanks for reading,

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Milad is a gadget collector and master crafter extraordinaire. He loves taking things apart, marvel comics and 'Iron Man.'

8 Comments

  1. love the case! I think it would be really cool if they come out with a leather case! Oh my god i would be so buying that…

    • Stainless steel is the best at this moment. Many products that come from china nowadays are called titanium, but they are not really titanium rather “hard anodized aluminum”. So I would be very careful when I read that, since real titanium is very expensive and super difficult to work with during manufacturing. So I have not heard of titanium screens before. That being said stainless steel is SUPER safe, since the temperatures at which it starts reacting with other materials is at almost 1000 degrees Celsius, even for the lowest grade stainless steel. :) hope this helps.

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