Hailing from Canada, Arizer set out to make a vaporizer comparable to other well-known units for a fraction of the price. Utilizing true convection, the V-Tower is a convenient and reliable desktop vaporizer. The V-Tower uses glass components perfect for maintaining flavour and keeping clean. The digital readout allows for temperature, volume and C/F control, while the wide base keeps the device sturdy. The exterior of the unit is high grade, dual-wall, stainless steel that stays cool to the touch. However, the glass pieces get hot. Seriously.
To use: Press power button to turn ON/OFF. Unit will beep and digital readout will appear. Toggle through precise temperatures by pressing the up and down arrows. Hit the menu button to silence unit to switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit, or set timer. Unit takes about a minute to heat up fully. Remember the element is wrapped in glass, so it will get HOT. It is recommended for first time use to let unit burn off excess materials for roughly 5 minutes before using. Optimal temperature is based on moisture content of your herb, amount being used, whether it’s fine or coarsely ground, how discreet you’re trying to be and of course the type of hit you enjoy. Somewhere between 180-220⁰C is a great place to stay within, remember it’s always easier to add heat than to remove it. While you’re waiting for your unit to heat start packing your bowl, and once heating is completed connect bowl with glass surrounding heating element. After bowl is placed on device ONLY touch the black rim (this black rim should be at the top) – the rest of the glass will be TOO HOT. I cannot stress this enough, you WILL burn your fingers. After the bowl is in place add glass whip. Draw slowly to achieve proper hits. Adding heat as your session increases is a great way to utilize all your herb has to offer. When herb is finished it will lose it’s flavour and will be a dark brown colour, however it will still be the same consistency as when you put it in. Save your vaporized material for making edibles. Vaporizing has “decarboxylated” the herb for you – you’re ready to bake!