Avg Battery Life: I’ve been averaging about 2 hours and 50 minutes of battery life on a full charge which is insane. Granted, the Solo 2 is definitely bigger and heavier than most other portables but you CAN still pocket it for use on the go. I was able to get about 17 sessions on average before the battery died.
Avg Charging Times: I’ve been averaging exactly the same charge times at 2 hours and 50 minutes. So it’s safe to say about three hours of use to three hours of charging. Charging Options: The Solo 2 charges via an external DC wall charger. It does have pass through charging but it needs to charge for 5-10 minutes before starting a session. It will not operate if the battery is completely dead. Arizer Air and OG Solo: The biggest differences between the new Solo 2 and the older units are a full temp spectrum, much faster heat up times, a more powerful heater and a digital display. It’s basically a beefier, more “high-tech” version of the OG Solo. The biggest differences performance wise are about a 25% reduction in draw resistance and the unit does heat up much faster.
The new upgrades have the Solo 2 competing with some of the best vaporizers on the market. I would still go for the Air if you want a more portable option and replaceable batteries. You don’t get the full temp spectrum and digital display, but you still get the same smooth consistent sessions with great taste in a fraction of the size. They have also dropped the price on the OG Solo and I still think it’s a very good option if you don’t mind the overall size. Once again, same consistency with your sessions and same great taste but you WILL feel the increased draw resistance on the older Solo and Air models. Mighty: If the only factor that you care about is overall battery life per full charge, the Solo 2 has the Mighty by about 10-12 sessions. BUT I prefer the Mighty in almost all other categories including overall portability, cleaning and maintenance, ease of use, and overall enjoyment of use. I’ve been using my Mighty vaporizer pretty much daily for almost three years now. You just can’t beat how easy the Mighty is to own and operate. You get the same features (full display, full temp spectrum) but the heat up time is about 60 seconds instead of 20 on the Solo 2. But on the flip side, the Mighty will fully charge from dead in 90 minutes instead of 180 on the Solo 2. Both units have pass-through charging and both units require a small amount of charge in order to use. If price is not a factor I would definitely pick the Mighty, however it is a fairly big price difference. Davinci IQ: I added the IQ here because it’s one of the only conduction vaporizers to rival the taste and smoothness offered in both the Solo 2 and Mighty. So if you’re looking for a solid session style vaporizer that’s a little more pocket friendly, I would check out the Davinci IQ. You get a full temp spectrum, replaceable batteries, tons of customization via the Davinci Smartphone app and a 10 year warranty. The upgrades to the Solo 2 are exactly what was needed. It’s not a game changer by any means nor is it really truly portable. But the Solo 2 offers one of the best session style experiences (along with the Mighty but at a better price) that you can currently get out of a portable vaporizer. It’s reliable, durable and produces consistent results. I used the OG Solo exclusively back in the day for about a year and it was my all time favorite. Arizer took everything that I love about the OG, added in some much needed improvements, and hit a home run with the Solo 2. Click here to pick it up from my recommended authorized Arizer dealer. Thanks for checking out my Arizer Solo 2 vaporizer review and be sure to leave any comments or questions down below.
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