Since released in 2007, the Arizer V-Tower is still in the market today. Holding a decade-long reputation, the V-Tower consists of exceptional and reliable quality together with a fantastic price tag for a desktop vaporizer. The best thing about the V-Tower is that you can set the shut-off timer, so you may sit back and relax on the couch with the long whip.
The Arizer V Tower is the smallest, most inexpensive desktop vaporizer available from the Canadian company, Arizer. The company made a name for itself when it released the Arizer Extreme, which was a larger vaporizer that featured a simple construction and a powerful fan. Arizer has made updates along the way, including the ever-popular Arizer Extreme Q. There are many qualities that these Arizer vaporizers share, especially the way they look and the single letter in the name. The V-Tower is their answer to those who liked the Extreme or Extreme Q but need a lower price point. Thanks to the well-known quality of Arizer, this is a hard deal to miss.
Thick, Efficient Vapor Quality
Arizer takes great care to use only inert materials in their vapor path. So, when the heat gets turned up, the vapor won’t taste strange, because Arizer uses high-quality glass pathway. Also, it includes a ceramic heating element to ensure that all of the internals match the same medical grade quality. The V-Tower’s temperature adjustable at 1° increment, much like the Extreme Q, and the default range is between 50°C to 260°C. The temperature is adjustable with a bright LCD screen on the front of the device.
The Little Brother of the Extreme Q
Knowing that they should release a no-frills version of the Extreme to grow their user base, Arizer came up with the V-Tower. There are a few differences between the two that are important to remember. First, the V-Tower does not have a fan, unlike the Extreme Q. The Q also has a remote control that comes with it. Internally, they are made with very similar specifications. However, meaning the vapor will not come out different. The Extreme Q is a great vaporizer for groups, but the V-Tower can hold its own at home.
Experts With a Whip
Another difference between the Extreme Q and the V-Tower is that the Extreme Q can accommodate a balloon apparatus. The V will come with just a whip. The good news is that the good folks at Arizer are experts when it comes to desktop vaporizers and whips. The included whip is made of high-quality silicone and is 3 feet (approx. 91 cm) long. When it comes to using the whip with the Tower, the simplicity of the setup is easily its best quality.
High Quality, Known Quantity
When you buy an Arizer product, you can be sure that you’re making a high-quality purchase. The stainless steel/glass/ceramic production will ensure that cleaning will always be a breeze. Keep a bottle of isopropyl alcohol around to swab areas that accumulate excess material. The V-Tower and other Arizer products are also notable for including their patented vertical “Cyclone” bowl. This bowl is designed to spread the heat around your material in a way that ensures full vaporization. All of this comes with a lifetime warranty, so you can be sure Arizer stands behind their product.
Arizer V-Tower Video
Take a look at the V in action. Here, you can also see all of the individual parts included and the high-quality construction.
What’s in the Box
- 1x Arizer V Tower
- 1x 3 ft. Silicone Tubing (approx. 91cm)
- 1x Glass Elbow Adapter
- 1x Mouthpiece
- 1x Stirring Tool
- 1x Replacement Screens
- 1x Oil/Aromatics Dish
It can be hard to convince yourself to purchase a desktop vaporizer. Usually, it involves a much larger initial payment than portable vaporizers with a similar level of quality. However, that’s not the case with the V-Tower. Thanks to adopting a conservative approach to tertiary gadgets and features, the Tower has a great price point that is only matched by its fantastic vapor quality. If you’re looking for a device that you can set in your home and use for years with little worry, the Arizer V-Tower might be the one for you.
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