Back again helping to keep you up-to-date with the latest and greatest in herb vaping news and tech. Now, I’ve got two all-new dry herb vaporizers to break down for you guys today. Both from Airis Tech, both ultra-premium and both design and vapor output, both totally simple to use. So, the red one, I’ve got here on the right, maybe yours on the left, it is the Herborn, so it’s born to be vaped.
This one here the left, is the Switch pretty similar to the X Max Starry I find, although the vapor output is a bit more premium. It’s got that terp profile that you’ve been looking for in a high-quality herb vape. And we’re just going to bust these out now and see what they’re all about.
The Herborn, if you have a look at the front, born for herb, I got that one wrong but it’s a premium portable vaporizer, the packaging obviously fantastic, got a little slip on a bit at the start. It tells you everything that’s in the kit, how to use the device, etc. Just a few easy QuickStart instructions there. Opening the box up, you’ve got your little user manual super user-friendly, it pictures on how to do everything.
So, what’s in the kit, what everything is used for, how to install things, how to clean, etc. Putting that one to the side now, taking out the device. Let’s have a quick look in the box, so it’s got the accessory pack over to the left and here we’ve got the device itself.
So, this one is available in a number of finishes, however, this is the red model. So, looking at the AirisHerborn here, it was a little tricky when I first took it out the box, I didn’t necessarily know how it operated but now I see it’s quite similar to the PAX 3.
It’s got this bottom loading chamber here and the intake for the mouth just comes with this little silicon pad here. So you’re using this one, just like you would a Pax, it’s got that air holes in the side here that help to cool the vapor down and obviously having the chamber in the bottom mean that it’s going to have a bit more cooling power before it reaches the mouthpiece at the top as opposed to a device that has the chamber directly underneath the mouthpiece.
Putting this Herborn over to the side here, we’ll have a look at the Switch. So now the reason that I’m doing these two in the one video, is they are quite similar devices but they do offer a number of unique differences, so depending on your style or what you’re used to you may either choose one or the other but it’s going to compare them both now.
So, looking at the Switch in comparison to the Herborn at the base, just moving the silicone pad, reveals the air intake and the micro USB charging cable, so these both come equipped with five-pin micro USB charging cables. Both in just underneath this pad, so the one for the Herborn, it’s just next to the mouthpiece under here, which also has a little air intake.
So, there might be the outtake, I guess the intake coming from the bottom so that air output, where the vapor is going to come through and then your little five-pin charging port. So that can be replaced with relative ease and I know the Herborn comes equipped with a few of these little silicone pads, for vaping so if one of them gets resi or whatever you can put it aside for cleaning and still get your vape game happening.
They’re both of very similar vapor output. I find that the Switch runs a little bit warmer than the Herborn, obviously having the chamber in the top, but the vapor quality from this one is a bit better too. I find the terps that come out from this Zirconia mouthpiece are a bit better of that from the silicon of the Herborn.
But both of these come equipped just with pretty similar functionality. Super simple you just click these on five clicks and that’s going to help you turn on a little LED display here, the indicator which just shows you the different temperatures, that you can vape at. So flicking it five times reveal green which is the lowest temperature. Clicking it ones takes it up to blue and then to white, which is the highest temp.
I believe it’s 430, 450- and 480-degrees Fahrenheit, that these are running at, which is a bit high, it’s around the 195 Celsius mark, for the first temperature zone. But it doesn’t actually offer exceedingly hot vapor. I think the Zirconia mouthpiece helps a lot with that. It extracts well, it’s very flavorsome, the vapor that’s emitted. And we’ll just see that now, it’s pretty big clouds offered to and both of these as well come with vibration functionality. So soon as it’s ready to go, that’ll let us know.
While that’s heating up we’re just going to have a look inside the boxes here and see what we’ve got. And there we go, that was quick. For herb vapes, there’s a lot out there like the X Vape Fog and stuff like that, that run a little bit quicker but that’s a decent heat up time maybe in the twenty-second mark. See, that’s a massive cloud of vapor super terpy, ultra-cool for the first hit, that’s crazy.
I wasn’t expecting it something like that, even on the second temperature zone which is are up roughly a bit more than 200 degrees Celsius, but it’s not charring the herb, in any way it’s very flavorsome. And the same again, even if that second hit, still very consistent flavor, great terps on that, nothing to, nothing to cry about that’s for sure.