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Old 07-25-2019, 05:56 PM #11
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Old 07-25-2019, 06:04 PM #12
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I really like the fierce vape,don't have to strain lungs to get big clouds from it.Most of the portables I've tried are lacking in comparison to a desktop vape but the fierce is pretty damn close.
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Old 07-25-2019, 06:33 PM #13
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i must say i am leaning towards the arizer solo II but still undecided...
Solo II is my favorite. Only negative is no USB charging. Draw is significantly better than the original Solo and the digital display is nice. I use my Solo II every day. Airgo shares the same draw benefit and uses interchangeable batteries. It also has USB charging. I use my Airgo when traveling. It doesn't produce as much vapor as the Solo II but is still effective. Solo II is quite portable as well - just not pocket portable.
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Old 07-25-2019, 08:18 PM #15
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I have an Air and haven't used it much. All three - Solo I/II, Argo and Air have removable glass stems. Air and Solo I/II use the same stems. Argo's are smaller. To me, the Air isn't enough smaller than the Solo I/II to make much difference. It has the improved draw of the Solo II and Argo, with about the same vapor output as the Argo. Also doesn't have USB charging. It does have user swapable batteries like the Argo.


Don't get me wrong. All 3 are good devices. If I had to choose one, it would be the Solo II. Max portability, Argo. Air is sort of in the middle.
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I use a Storz&Bickel Mighty, but it's a bit chunky to keep in your pocket.
Their crafty is almost half the size, better for on the go and uses the same materials.
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Can't go wrong with Arizer SOLO I or II. Also get the Storz&Bickel volcano grinder, it's really good for vapes. I use the original Arizer SOLO every day. The SOLO II has improved airflow and more precise temperature adjustment and better battery life, also a bit smaller than the original. Good quality and durable.
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Also, for the Arizer Solo, Solo II and Air, the straight stems are enough easier to clean that it isn't worth bothering with the bent stems.
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