The new Pax Plus didn’t offer substantial upgrades over its predecessor, but it is still the best small-form dry herb vape you’ll find. It warms up quickly, has smart features such as standby mode, and the vapor quality is outstanding. If you vape mostly out of the house and prioritize portability and discreetness, the Pax Plus easily has the best size-to-performance ratio in the industry.
The Arizer Air Max is the latest in the decade-old Air Line and builds and takes Arizer’s signature features further. The well-known glass mouthpieces are now stored in PVC tubes and pre-loaded and sealed like pods- and it also features an LED Screen with dark mode and custom settings, an ergonomic button placement, an upgraded ceramic heater, and one of the best batteries on an Arizer Portable.
The G-Pen Connect is a relatively small e-Nail that connects to any 14mm glass water pipe. Sleekly designed and conveniently modular- each of the Connect’s parts attaches magnetically, including the magnetic lid which replaces the traditional carb cap. It also features a ceramic bowl, which means this device is better suited for users who prioritize flavor over vapor density.
If you are still using an old school rig and torch, ditch it. The Peak Pro is the latest reason to do so. At $400, the Peak Pro one of the more expensive eRigs out there, but it is also one of the best. The real-time temp control keeps a precise temp at the bowl, a game-changer in terms of efficiency and vapor quality. The Pro can be used as a point-and-shoot device by a total beginner, but it’s also powerful and smart enough to satisfy experienced users.