Arizer V-Tower

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I'm thinking of getting a desktop unit. Has anyone ever tried the V-Tower by Arizer. I have some extra play money and I was looking at this one. About the only thing that is turning me off is that it takes 15 min to get ready. Hmmm, there has to be something that goes a little faster. I don't really need a desktop vape but I was looking for something with a larger bowl/chamber. I was also looking at the Boundless CFX Hybrid. I think that has a larger chamber and it takes a 18650 AND has a 510 connection so you could even use it as a regular vape mod. Any suggestions??
 
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Does the V-Tower by Arizer have a bag like the Volcano?
Those bags can be a pain.
They get sticky and need to be replaced.

I don't know about this one I mean the bags from the Volcano.
I had a friend that had one 15 years ago.
It plugged into the wall and took up about half of the coffee table.
 
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The Boundless CFX holds a good amount.
You don't want to stuff it too tight but it will hold 0.75 grams or so.
 
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Thanks! No this one only has the whip and it looks pretty small. I am going to keep browsing. I would like something that is not micro-dosing size is all :) The Solo and the Air that I have both work well but hold very little.
I have been looking at the Air, you say it doesn't hold a lot but does it perform well? I'm not sure I would need one that holds a lot anyway.
 

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It does perform well as does the solo. The air is nice because of it taking a 18650. I just popped for the airizer eq desktop model. If it's as good as the reviews I'm probably going to see if I can sell either the air or the solo. I don't need both and a tower
 
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It does perform well as does the solo. The air is nice because of it taking a 18650. I just popped for the airizer eq desktop model. If it's as good as the reviews I'm probably going to see if I can sell either the air or the solo. I don't need both and a tower
I have been wanting to try a vaporizer it's just hard to spend that much on a mod not knowing how good they are. I might have to keep an eye out if you decide to let one go.
 

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Yes, it is hard. But once I did I realized how much better it was. There is a small learning curve, as it's not like ecig vaping. I have found slow long draws work best. I can let you know if I decide to let go of one of them. They are both fine devices and I haven't used them long at all.
 

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Yes, it is hard. But once I did I realized how much better it was. There is a small learning curve, as it's not like ecig vaping. I have found slow long draws work best. I can let you know if I decide to let go of one of them. They are both fine devices and I haven't used them long at all.
To be it's kind of like a super long MTL hit.

Which have you been using the most now out of the ones you have?
Also, Do they all have different benefits or is one much better than the other(s)?