PAX 2 Vaporizer Charging Dock USB Cable Cleaning Kit Two Mouthpieces. To charge your PAX 2, plug the cradle into any USB charging port, then set the PAX 2 on top, contacts down, and LED petals up. The magnets will guide it into the correct charging position. The number of lit petals indicates the current charge level. When they’re all lit, the battery is charged, and you’re ready to go.
PAX claims this will take about three hours the first time around, but it will take less time on subsequent charges. In addition to displaying the battery charge, the petals also indicate the PAX 2’s current temperature status and setting. Press the button on top of the mouthpiece to turn it on. The lights will turn purple and flow upwards as the PAX 2 heats up, and turn green when it reaches your target temperature. To change the temperature, hold down the button for one second, press it to cycle through the different heat options, and shake to finalize your selection. The PAX 2 has four temperature setting to choose from: One yellow petal - 360ºF (182ºC) Two light orange petals - 380°F (193°C) Three orange petals - 400°F (204°C) Four red petals - 420ºF (216ºC) Burnoff cycle.
Before using the PAX 2 for the first time, we recommend running a burnoff cycle to make sure there’s nothing left in the vaporizer from manufacturing or shipping. With nothing in the oven, turn the PAX 2 on, and up to its highest heat setting (4 red petals). The PAX 2 automatically lowers its heat when it isn’t being used, so move it around occasionally to keep it active. If you set it down for around 30 seconds, the petals will turn blue and the oven will start to cool off. Picking it up, or touching the mouthpiece with your lip or finger, will cause it to heat back up quickly. Do this for 3-5 minutes, or until you don’t smell anything coming off the vape. The PAX 2 works best with a very fine grind, and we find the best way to achieve that is with a two-piece grinder. If you’d rather use your four-piece grinder, you can turn the top two tiers upside down to give your herbs more time between the teeth. When you’re loading the oven, which is just the lower, bare metal portion, you really can’t pack it too tightly. You can use the edge of the oven lid to push it down and create a nice tight pack. If you don’t want to use enough to fill the oven, the half-pack lid can take up the extra space and keep everything from moving around. For your first session, we recommend starting out on the third heat setting, or three red petals. That should produce a decent amount of visible vapor. As the session starts to thin out, you can raise it to the fourth heat setting to finish it off. Once the lights turn green, you can start taking some puffs on the PAX 2. If you’re using the flat mouthpiece, place your lips around the edge of the vape, over the hole in the mouthpiece. Start with some short, light draws, like sipping on a cup of hot tea. As long as you space out your hits and stick with the slow, sipping draw speed, you shouldn't have to stir the PAX 2. If you notice your herbs aren’t coming out as dark as you’d like at the end of a session, leave it running at the hottest setting for fuller extraction.You may find that the herbs on top of the oven have a lighter color than the rest of the oven. We’ll have a cleaning and maintenance guide up soon, but if you want to save yourself some time, make sure to dump out the oven right after each session, to prevent any buildup. The oven lid in particular tends to gather a lot of debris, and benefits from frequent cleaning. It’s normal for the oven’s color to change after the first few uses, and it won’t go back to that original look, even with cleaning. Album Ho-kago Tea Time Performed By Ho-kago Tea Time Singer Yui Hirasawa Release July 22, 2009 Genre J-Pop, Anime Song Language Japanese Label Pony Canyon Navigation Previous Watashi no Koi wa Hotchkiss Next Fuwa Fuwa Time (5nin Ver.) ) is a song by Ho-kago Tea Time produced by Pony Canyon and published on 22 July 2009 within the mini album Ho-kago Tea Time.
The sung was sung by Yui Hirasawa's voice actress Aki Toyosaki. This version is identical to the standard version aside from all vocal tracks being removed.
It is sung by Mio Akiyama and features Sawako Yamanaka filling in for Yui. Azusa plays her own Rhythm Guitar parts, as well as Lead Guitar for the song's main riffs and solo, while Sawako plays Yui's Lead parts in the verses and choruses, and the Rhythm part during the main riffs and solo. The song uses the same recordings as the studio version, but mixed differently to account for some of the lead parts being played by Azusa, and features applause at the end.