Besides desktop vapes, this was my 2nd portable vape. The first one was bargain basement, and was plagued with constant clogs, weird mystery flavours (which ended up being melted o-rings?!), and constantly turning itself off. I decided for my 2nd portable vape to do more research and get something a little higher in quality.
Because of the rubber o-ring inhaling fiasco, I wanted to make sure that the vapor path was isolated from any non-glass parts. I also wanted something more robust, and was willing to give up some discretion(like available in a pax style device) for power.
I've been floored with the difference in quality with the Air II. The draw is light. No more funky flavours, and easy to clean. It is less portable, and I'm totally fine with this. What I'll generally do is load up the glass mouthpiece with dry herb, and use the included rubber stopper and put that in my change pocket of my jeans. The device itself fits nicely in a front pocket, looking if nothing else, like a roll of loonies (Hey-o!). This is slightly more complicated than a device of a smaller size, but with the pass-through charging, this thing can also be used non-stop for a whole group of people.
I wish the Airizer had set the price 20$ cheaper, and skimped on the fancy packaging. Unboxing experience means nothing to me. I certainly don't need magnets in my fancy vape packaging. I would imagine that some would enjoy this though.
Overall, I am extremely happy with my purchase. If you're shopping in this price range you may find more features on other devices, but they'll likely not be as robust, easy to clean, and safe (I'm looking at you melted o-rings) as the Airizer Air II.