The Pax 2 debuts in stores on March 10. How does it compare to the original Pax vaporizer?
The Pax by Ploom was one of the most popular vaporizers in the U.S. for a multitude of reasons. Its sleek design, high functionality and intelligent construction made for an undeniable consumer product — a feat requiring the kind of style and vision usually attributed to Steve Jobs and few others.
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“If I didn’t know better, I wouldn’t have even guessed it was pot paraphernalia,” read our review of the original Pax vaporizor from January 2014.
Gone is the Ploom — and some of the unnecessary materials, too. The 2 is smaller than the original by 25 percent (measuring 3.87″ x 1.21″ x .85″) and lighter by 10 percent. Its battery life is also 30 percent longer, it has four temperature settings (instead of three) and it has a new feature its makers call “an intelligent, motion- and lip-sensing technology.”
The Cannabist has your first exclusive look at the new Pax 2, which will retail for $279.99.
The whole suite:
In the palm: