Step 1: Turn on the Arizer Solo

Turn the Arizer Solo on by simply pressing and holding both the up and down arrows on the front of the vape. Once you hear a beep you will know it is turned on and you can let go of the buttons. The second it turns on it will begin to heat up to a default temperature of around 100 degrees Fahrenheit, so once you pick a heat level the heating process will be faster.

Make sure to grind your material before packing.

Make sure to grind your material before packing.

Step 2: Pick a heat level on the Arizer Solo

Next you have to decide which heat level will best suit you, or at least where you want to start. Here is a list of the heat levels in Fahrenheit and Celsius to better help you choose:

  • Level 1: 50 C – 122 F
  • Level 2: 185 C – 365 F
  • Level 3: 190 C – 374 F
  • Level 4: 195 C – 383 F
  • Level 5: 200 C – 392 F
  • Level 6: 205 C – 401 F
  • Level 7: 210 C – 410 F

Personally I would stop at heat level 3. From there you will be able to tell if you want to make it hotter for a thicker vapor or cooler. Lastly, before setting the heat level you want make sure you remove the mouthpiece so that it doesn’t heat up with the Solo.

Pack your material in the glass tube, NOT here in the chamber.

Pack your material in the glass tube, NOT here in the chamber.

Step 3: Pack the Arizer Solo

Now that the Arizer Solo has reached your desire heat level you want to take the glass mouthpiece and pack the bowl end with your ground up material.

Now flip the Arizer Solo unit upside down so the opening with the heating element is facing the floor. Take the bowl end of the glass mouthpiece and insert it into the hole where the ehating element is and flip it back right side up.

If the glass tube doesn't fit, heat the Solo to level 7 and then give it a nice push and it should slide right in.

If the glass tube doesn’t fit, heat the Solo to level 7 and then give it a nice push and it should slide right in.

Step 4: Begin use of the Arizer Solo

Don’t wait too long to take your first pull once connecting the mouthpiece to the heating element because I found that it can affect the taste. When you pull take long slow pulls, rather than really strong pulls because since the Solo does not use a screen you can experience some of your material sneaking through those two little holes in the mouthpiece.

Pop the top off of the Solo from time to time to make sure no material gets in there.

Pop the top off of the Solo from time to time to make sure no material gets in there.

Step 5: Clean out the Arizer Solo

When you are done, you should notice by taste and the vapor thinning out, remove the glass mouthpiece by grabbing towards the top and not the bottom since it will be very hot. Dump the used material by blowing through the mouth end of the mouthpiece and then make sure that no material is left over inside the opening where the heating element is. Keeping up on this will save you a headache down the line because it will make it hard for any material to stick and “cake” onto the heating element.

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