- Manufacturer: PAX Labs
- Model: PAX 3
- Compatibility: Dry Herb | Concentrates
- Heat up time: 15 seconds
- Similar products: PAX 2, DaVinci IQ
The PAX 3 is the newest installment to the PAX line from PAX Labs. It’s sleek, intuitive and produces a smooth, flavorful vapor experience. The PAX 3 is a dual-use vaporizer for dry herbs and concentrate.
The PAX 3 is equipped with faster heating times, now 15 seconds, and an upgraded battery for longer and more frequent sessions.
PAX 3 Review Details:
PAX labs revamped the already-impressive PAX 2 by updating the aesthetic, functionality, and efficiency for the new PAX 3. This vape is ideal for carrying outside of the house due to its subtle and inconspicuous appearance. This vaporizer is fool-proof as the oven is simple to load and the device is simple to clean.
Features such as LED and haptic feedback alert you to when your PAX 3 is ready for use and the PAX Vapor smartphone app lets you customize your vaping experience with customizable temperature settings and 4 heating modes. The PAX 3 also comes with a 10 year warranty. Make sure when you receive your purchase that you register it for faster processing.
How It Works
For dry herb use, pack your dry flower into the oven with the multi tool until it is full. If you want to use less herb but get the same vaping quality, use the half oven insert–an invaluable feature when conservation is a determining factor. When you finish, replace the oven lid and press the power button in the center of the mouthpiece; then wait for the LED lights to turn green or the device to vibrate when the PAX 3 is ready. Draw from the mouthpiece and enjoy.
For concentrate use, simply remove the concentrate canister from the insert and put a small amount of wax (or your preference) in between the air holes. Keep in mind not to get any concentrate into the air holes. Place the concentrate canister back on the insert, slide it into the oven and then turn on the PAX 3. Wait for it to heat up, draw and enjoy.
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