For you again we have another comparison, this time between two premium, portable vaporizers that are dominating the market. We sit down to find out which one is more with it to vape dry herb. The first is the most recent addition to the wildly popular Pax brand, the Pax 3, and what is arguably one of the more efficient models on the market today, the Firefly 2.
The Firefly 2 is a time tasted brand. it can be largely operated through a smartphone app, which always adds a certain degree of control to your smoke. With the app, you can set profiles for your preferred smoking temperature, but what’s more is that, also through the smartphone, you can adjust the Firefly 2 in order to smoke concentrates. Something that wasn’t previously offered by the Firefly 1. The Firefly 2 is also a convection vaporizer, relying on hot air passing through your herbs in order to draw out that vapor, which adds a whole level of efficiency and flavour.
Next up we are excited to be bringing out the Pax 3 which only just recently hit the market but is already quickly becoming a firm favourite among experienced habitualists. Like the Firefly 2, the Pax 3 is a newer model that has been given the ability to vape concentrates and also has a smartphone app tied to its use. They do however, have differences. Straight away, the Pax 3 is a conduction based product, which means its constantly heating up, be it in your hand or pocket. This is, however, a very quick process and the Pax 3 can go from cold to ready to use in 15 seconds. Because the conduction causes your herbs to essentially be baked in their chambers, the flavours of the Pax 3 tend to be more nuanced.
At the end of the day, it’s up to the smoker to decide the kind of experience he wants, so for a full review, check out the video above, then check out the Namaste Vapes website and maybe purchase one of these top-shelf vaporizers yourself.