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The Extreme Q, by Canadian manufacturer Arizer, is a multi-functional, feature-rich, desktop vaporizer. For efficient and user-friendly functionality, few vaporizers can compete with the Extreme Q. This "jack-of-all-trades" vaporizer produces superior vapor quality, delivered via your choice of balloon (forced air) or whip (direct draw).

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I have this and while it works well (I bought a kit to have it connected to a water pipe), I'm unsure of where the air travels. I started wondering if the air path was over electronics or if it traveled near the heating element. If not, could the heating element be an issue in terms of safety later as it gets older (is it ceramic?). I could probably find out what heating element it has pretty easily, but my main concern has been the air path and I couldn't confirm anything without taking it apart, so I bought an Elev8tor. The Arizer markets that it has medical grade stainless steel so it's safe, but that doesn't address the air path. Anyway, the Elev8tor was the best decision I ever made. Get the all glass version, connect it to a water pipe, and enjoy.
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had mine for about 7 years. Very good product for the price. Good deal.

Vaporization >> Combustion
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Damn good price!! I've had them all (this, Volcano, 7th Floor, Etc) & never seen anything this nice so cheap - the rest are $250-400 range
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I have this and while it works well (I bought a kit to have it connected to a water pipe), I'm unsure of where the air travels. I started wondering if the air path was over electronics or if it traveled near the heating element. If not, could the heating element be an issue in terms of safety later as it gets older (is it ceramic?). I could probably find out what heating element it has pretty easily, but my main concern has been the air path and I couldn't confirm anything without taking it apart, so I bought an Elev8tor. The Arizer markets that it has medical grade stainless steel so it's safe, but that doesn't address the air path. Anyway, the Elev8tor was the best decision I ever made. Get the all glass version, connect it to a water pipe, and enjoy.
This format's way better for novices than butane/glass units like the Elev8r or StickyBrick because there's no technique involved, though...so there's that.
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lol I thought this was an aromatherapy device. I'm guessing that this is for weed?
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I have this and while it works well (I bought a kit to have it connected to a water pipe), I'm unsure of where the air travels. I started wondering if the air path was over electronics or if it traveled near the heating element. If not, could the heating element be an issue in terms of safety later as it gets older (is it ceramic?). I could probably find out what heating element it has pretty easily, but my main concern has been the air path and I couldn't confirm anything without taking it apart, so I bought an Elev8tor. The Arizer markets that it has medical grade stainless steel so it's safe, but that doesn't address the air path. Anyway, the Elev8tor was the best decision I ever made. Get the all glass version, connect it to a water pipe, and enjoy.
I've been using my Arizer EQ daily for a decade. Zero complaints. About anything. The worst that happens at this point is it gets a little wonky every once in a while with regards to the remote, but that may also just be my remote (I use an old logitech all in one to control it and that remote has seem some serious damage).
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I've been using my Arizer EQ daily for a decade. Zero complaints. About anything. The worst that happens at this point is it gets a little wonky every once in a while with regards to the remote, but that may also just be my remote (I use an old logitech all in one to control it and that remote has seem some serious damage).
I was thinking more long term health effects. Maybe 20 years or more. I'm not trying to say it's a bad product, but I also don't want to inhale vapor that passes over electronics or breathe in ceramic dust. I get that something will kill us all in the end, but I don't want to frivolously throw away extra days I may have (if that's the case). If I can make it to 75, instead of 54, then I'm down, just tell me how. The problem is, I just don't know with the Arizer. With the other product, I know what I'm getting myself into. Wish I was confident enough in my ability to take the Arizer apart to see and be able to put it back together.
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Seems like a couple places have it at this price. I found it a little bit cheaper here for $105 and they say it's the 4.0 version. Not sure which version this one is

https://www.aromatekstore.com/Ari..._p_11.html
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While I only vape concentrates now I've had this for a number of years and can also give it 2 thumbs up! Excellent vapor quality and great company... I had an issue with mine after about 1.5 yrs of ownership and beyond the warranty I emailed the company and they took care of it! If I ever get flower again this would the tool of choice.
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While I only vape concentrates now I've had this for a number of years and can also give it 2 thumbs up! Excellent vapor quality and great company... I had an issue with mine after about 1.5 yrs of ownership and beyond the warranty I emailed the company and they took care of it! If I ever get flower again this would the tool of choice.
If you put the concentrate on a cotton ball, you can use it this for that too.
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lol I thought this was an aromatherapy device. I'm guessing that this is for weed?
It is multiuse and does come with an aromatherapy attachment. That said, probably not its most common use.
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I was thinking more long term health effects. Maybe 20 years or more. I'm not trying to say it's a bad product, but I also don't want to inhale vapor that passes over electronics or breathe in ceramic dust. I get that something will kill us all in the end, but I don't want to frivolously throw away extra days I may have (if that's the case). If I can make it to 75, instead of 54, then I'm down, just tell me how. The problem is, I just don't know with the Arizer. With the other product, I know what I'm getting myself into. Wish I was confident enough in my ability to take the Arizer apart to see and be able to put it back together.
There's a youtube disassembly video: https://youtu.be/jceH_1BPNpM
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Seems like a couple places have it at this price. I found it a little bit cheaper here for $105 and they say it's the 4.0 version. Not sure which version this one is

https://www.aromatekstore.com/Ari..._p_11.html
There are a lot of places doing deals on these. I shared this one because it's the one I used. They didn't charge shipping or taxes and it was delivered within days. I have no experience with the other sellers.
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If you put the concentrate on a cotton ball, you can use it this for that too.
Thanks for the tip! Currently using an eleaf pico mod with Sai atomizer from humboldt vapor tech but will give this a go!!!
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