The quick why: Okay–so the Pax 3 is more specifically a dry-herb vaporizer, but it does feature a concentrate insert. Don’t get us wrong–the Pax 3 isn’t going to out-perform even some of the cheaper vape pens listed here in terms of dabbing. But–if dry herb is your thing…the Pax3 is a necessity. The flavorful clouds and ultra-simplistic interface on the Pax 3 is second to none, and concentrate compatibility qualifies the Pax for at least an honorary mention on this list.
Pax 3 Review: Still the World’s Smartest Dry Herb Vaporizer in 2018
PAX 3 Review Bottom Line
Pax 3 is a dry herb vaporizer, suitable for vaping newbies and veterans alike. Pax Vapor integrated THC extract support, haptic feedback, and granular temperature control via smartphone app into this striking design for an unbeatable vaping experience. Pax 3 is the smartest portable vaporizer ever and our full Pax 3 Review gives in-depth analysis of all of its features, plus details on all 2017 updates.
It’s time for another Pax 3 review update because Pax Vapor has been busy since our last one. Pax 3 is known for its dual dry herb and extract support, draw-activation and haptic feedback — and recently, Pax 3 saw a major price drop. Pax Vapor has kept things fresh, even with Pax 3’s release dating back to November 2016. The sleek design and impeccable vapor quality on the Pax 3 make it a worldwide phenomenon. Even without all the updates, Pax3 would still be one of the Best Dry Herb vapes around.
What exactly are these updates? Well, I’ll just say that everyone else has a bit of catching up to do. Pax Vapor recently released new fingerprint-proof matte colors, a unique artist series with laser engraved artwork, and a smartphone app upgrade that adds a bunch of customization options. Let’s jump right into Pax 3’s notorious capabilities, along with the latest info on what Pax Vapor has been cooking up.
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