Have you always wanted a desktop vaporizer, but thought it was just too expensive? Then the V Tower from Arizer might just be the answer to your prayers. The Arizer V Tower is the perfect device for anyone who wants to achieve the purest, smoothest vapor that only a fully convection desktop unit can provide – but without the mammoth price tag.
The Arizer V Tower is living proof that a high-quality desktop device needn’t be a privilege reserved for the wealthiest of vapers. Equipped with precision standard convection heating and an extended whip attachment, the V Tower provides excellent quality convection energy for the coolest, smoothest vapor with every hit. And the best part is, you can pick it up for a fraction of the price of some portable models.
The Arizer V Tower: Innovative And Accessible Design
Compared with some other desktop devices, the Arizer V Tower is a considerably more compact unit – which makes it the perfect choice for anyone looking to try out a desktop vaporizer for the first time.
Measuring in at 6.44” x 6.13” x 6.13″, the Arizer V Tower weighs just over 3 pounds, with a sturdy two-layer aluminium body that provides ultimate heat retention while keeping the outside of the device cool. The main body of the device is stacked on top of a wide circular base to keep your vaporizer well grounded, and to avoid falls and spills.
The revolutionary Cyclone Bowl stands vertically in the device, which allows the air to be distributed evenly and efficiently for full flavor and potency. The clear and bright LCD display shows the pre-set vaporizing temperatures, as well as the real-time temperature of your chamber.
How To Use The Arizer V Tower
First things first, turn on your device and select your desired temperature. On the front of the device you will see the display screen, with two buttons to the left (Power and Menu buttons) and two buttons to the right (to control temperature and navigate the menu). Let the device heat up before putting any attachments onto the device.You will also notice three LEDs above the screen, indicating the Power, Timer and Heat settings.