In 2007, PAX opened its doors to focus on one niche: the dry herb vaper. The humble beginnings in San Francisco, California led to what has become of the company today-leader in dry-herb vaporization. The first vaporizers were quite large as the technology hardly allowed for smaller productions, but the recent releases have significantly reduced in size. PAX is known target both male and female vape enthusiasts at all levels. Three of the company’s most important beliefs are design, performance and flavor. All of the PAX models are simple yet highly functional as the aim of this company is to welcome beginners while attracting their more experienced counterparts. Flavor enhancement is focused on all through design to ensure that the hits are as smooth as you would want them. PAX has achieved this through advancing technology throughout the years and implementing these advancements in their product line. Their vaporizers are made of a durable poly-carbonate to ensure they can withstand falls and other physical damage. The material is also heat and scratch resistant, and it will not blow up when exposed to high temperatures or locked in a compartment for long periods of time.
One of the company’s original designs is PAX 2 Vaporizer, which has four settings and an impressive capacity for dry herbs. It also features several levels of filtration that ensure the purest form of vapor is received without combustion. PAX followed it up with PAX 3, a more powerful vaporizer that heats up in half the time. For the sake of simplicity, the design is meant to heat up when it’s laid horizontally and placed on the lips. It only needs 15 seconds to heat up after which it goes up by 20 degrees. Initially, PAX only had these vaporizers in black, but they have enlarged the color code to attract a wider audience. The compact size allows for safe usage, and the new security function will enable you to lock your vaporizer to prevent unauthorized use.