UPDATE: We now have a complete review of the Arizer Go, which you can click here to see. So if you want to know how well it works, how fast it heats up, and how its vapor tastes, do yourself a favor and take a look at our new review. It’s all there – everything you want to know and more.
ArGo is a super compact portable designed for dried blends, not concentrates. It’s currently on sale for just under $270 (USD), which is a bit pricey but nowhere near as expensive as Storz & Bickel’s portable Mighty Vaporizer was when it first came out.
- User-replaceable battery design that allows the rechargeable battery to be quickly swapped out for a fully charged one once depleted. This allows for continuous vaporization without the need for recharging.
- Digital temperature controls complete with a nice display, which is reminiscent of the Arizer Air 2 display. Plus and minus buttons used to adjust the vaping temperature. A menu button to access its settings, allowing you to switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit operating modes among other things.
- Glass mouthpiece/stem that remains protected inside of the vape while the vape is not in use.
- Pass-through charging that allows the vape to be used while it’s recharging.
The new Arizer Go is protected by a 2-year limited manufacturer’s warranty that protects against defects in material and craftsmanship.
What It Comes With
Each ArGo vaporizer ships with the portable vaporizer itself, one rechargeable battery, a USB charger and power adapter, two glass aroma tubes, one belt-clip carrying case, two silicone stem caps that can be used to seal the stems after preloading them, a stainless steel stirring tool that doubles as a poker, four stainless steel filter screens, and an owner’s manual that includes instructions on how to use the vape.