Airis Herborn and Switch – Two New Herbal Vaporizers from Airistech
The Airis Herborn and Switch two new brands of Airistech herbal vaporizers that we have been testing for the past few weeks.
We include two vapes this in one post because they are very similar in terms of design and function.
The main difference between the two devices is that Herborn has a ceramic combustion chamber at the bottom and you draw on top, similar to a Pax 3. While the switch has the same ceramic space above.
Let’s go through them one by one.
Switch impressed us a little more than two of these, so I’ll start with that and we will move to Herborn afterwards.
Turning Airis Portable Herbal Vaporizer
The design is very similar to the X-Max Starry, though fairly light, weighing only 95 grams.
There is no digital display is only one button and one LED to keep it simple.
Ceramic cake space affected by magnetic lifting the top off. This is a round-shaped ceramic cake ovens that seem to be doing a pretty good job with your herbal vaporization.
This vaporizer comes with a dose of 3 capsules, or ‘bullet’ as Airis called them.
One for your herbs, one to wax and one for oil in case you wanted to vaporize more than just dried herbs.
How to use Herbal Switch Airis vape
Using the device is very simple. You can access the room to take the top part off the magnetic funnel.
Load your space with ground spices, make sure you do not pack it too tight. Then put the top back of magnetic and you are ready to evaporate.
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Press the button five times to turn on the device and will begin heating to 420 Fahrenheit 215 degrees Celsius.
Switch will vibrate once it reaches 420 ° F to let you know it is ready for use.
There are three temperature settings that you can move in between, the first 420 ° F, is marked with a green light. Then 435 ° F (224 ° C), marked with blue LED lights and 450 ° F (232 ° C) are indicated by white LED lights.
You can adjust the temperature by pressing the button once when the device is active.
Session timer for 3 minutes, then turn off the auto-vaporizer. You can press the button 5 times in a row again to change it back.
If you have a red light flashes when you use the Switch vaporizer, which means that it needs to be charged.
Let’s go to Herborn also and I will mention a few things that are more in the end which is identical for both.
Herborn Airis Portable Herbal Vaporizer
The Herborn pretty much an inverted version of Switch as you can see above. ceramic heating the same space that is at the top of the switch is on the bottom of Herborn.
The top silicon is basically funnel makes the device very similar to the Pax or vape Crave Water.
In addition to being reversed, the Herborn almost identical to the Switch as you can see, there is much more to cover here that I have not mentioned above.
How to use Herborn Airis Portable Vaporizer
You just turn it upside down and remove the top piece of magnet. From there the entire process Herborn operation is exactly the same as I described above with Switch.
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Button and the LED light is exactly the same as you can see above, in addition to being upside down.
Both use a 5 pin USB charging port to recharge the built-in battery. Charging port located underneath the lid of silicone on the bottom.
It does not seem to be a problem for the Switch as a circular hole right next to the air intake port charging.
However, for Herborn be inverted hole is the output of steam, so I am a little afraid that the charging port is vulnerable to a resin was built.
We have not been using them long enough to see if it really can be a problem or not but, it is something that we are watching.
Both devices come with some pipe cleaners included in the box though (even Switch),