The Arizer Extreme Q- Mom’s best kept secret!

By now you’ve seen me use my vaporizer in a few different videos. I have the Arizer Extreme Q, a small  home vaporizer that plugs into the wall but is extremely light and easy to transport. At a price point that is much lower than a Volcano, the Arizer is a strong contender for a personal vaporizer. Because of its efficiency, ease of use, and affordability, the Arizer Extreme is a great choice for those curious to start vaping.

The Arizer Extreme is an all in one product and comes with everything you need to get started. I purchased mine online and received:

  • Warming unit and power adapter
  • 2 x Glass Cyclone Bowls
  • 1 x Glass Aromatherapy Dish
  • 1 x Aromatic Botanicals Sample
  • 1 x Screen Pk (Contains 1 flat/1Dome screens)
  • 1 x Remote Control
  • 2 x Interchangeable/Replaceable Glass Whip Mouthpieces
  • 1 x Glass Stirring Tool
  • 1 x 3 Foot Whip
  • 2 x Balloons/Bags with Glass Balloon Mouthpieces & O-Rings (one assembled)
  • 1 x Owners Manual
  • Complimentary Grinder

 

How to Use

Start the Warming Unit
Pre-heat the unit by turning it on and setting it to your desired temperature. I like to keep mine around 370 degrees F. Leave it on for around 10 minutes without the fan on. Keep a bowl in the warming unit while it heats. I like to add my weed to the bowl just a few minutes before the ten minutes is up.

Using the Whip
The medical grade plastic tubing is called the whip. It comes with a glass mouthpiece on one end and a glass elbow piece on the other. A small bowl-shaped screen fits into the elbow piece. Be sure that piece is there, otherwise you’ll have a mouthful of weed when you take your first draw.

I like to use the fan when using the Arizer, but for your first few draws keep the fan off and practice a long, slow draw. I have an enormous lung capacity for some reason and end up drawing for a long time. As you practice you begin to get a sense of the relationship between the speed/force of your inhale and the vapor that it produces. Because I’m usually in a hurry I set the fan to the second or third setting and then watch the mouthpiece for a few seconds. Soon visible vapor will start streaming out.

Using the Balloons
The Arizer comes with two small, super simple plastic bags. One bag arrives all put together with the mouthpiece, so be sure to take a good look at how the two are attached so you can put the bags together as needed. If your phone is laying around take a picture of it.
The glass elbow piece that is attached to a small piece of plastic tubing is what you’re going to attach the balloon/mouthpiece to. To fill the balloon, heat the warming unit, put your weed in the bowl and place in the vaporizer. Attach the elbow piece to the bowl and turn on the fan. The balloon takes several minutes to fill. Once it’s nice and full, detach the mouthpiece from the tubing and inhale as needed.

Things I Don’t Like

The bags themselves are pretty rinky dinky. The remote control, which is great to have, is pretty old school feeling. The warming unit itself takes a long time to heat up.

Things I Love

It’s quiet. No smoke. No lighters. Odorless. The smell of the vapor itself is minimal and disappears quickly. It’s sort of reminiscent of burnt popcorn. The Arizer works every time and gets me super stoned. I love how discreet it is, it blends in with all the other gadgety stuff I have. I love that it came with so many additional glass pieces and replacement screens.

The Stoner Mom’s Final Say

If you want to start vaping and don’t want to spend $400, the Arizer Extreme is a great place to start. Well-made, efficient, quiet and discreet, it’s a perfect choice for a stoner mom looking to get serious about their health. Get yours here