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wax in pax 2

Can Pax 2 use wax?

Keeping this in view, can you put dabs in a Pax?

The Pax 2 and Pax 3 allow dry herb vape users to vape concentrates in a variety of ways. Fill your oven half-way with dry herb. Add a small dab of concentrate.

Also Know, what’s the difference between Pax 2 and Pax 3? Perhaps the biggest difference is that the Pax 3 can vaporize concentrates, while the Pax 2 cannot. It is worth noting that you must purchase the Complete Kit (pictured above) version of the Pax 3 in order for it to have concentrate functionality.

Considering this, is the PAX 2 safe?

The air path is also surgical grade stainless steel, except for the silicone mouthpiece. Surgical stainless steel is stainless steel of type 316 and this type is highly resistant to corrosion and is food-safe. Conclusion: Material-wise the PAX 2 is a very safe vaporizer.

How does a Pax work?

PAX does the work for you and creates vapor in the oven through direct contact, gently heating your material. Drawing a lot of air through the device won’t create more vapor, you will just be inhaling hot air. Instead, allow the vapor to form in the oven to produce bigger clouds.

The PAX 2 is compatible with the PAX 3 concentrate insert, which allows you to use wax, oil or hash. The recommended temperature for vaping wax and oil with the PAX 2 is 380F. Our PAX tip for vaping wax is to clean the concentrate insert using isopropyl alcohol and a q-tip after every one or two sessions.

Wax in pax 2

I have my IQ in for service. So far so good, I will post my feedback on Davinci customer service when I get my IQ back (counting the days 🙂 ).

I have been using my Pax 2. I have learned from the bloggers on here (vapelife) that a spacer can help a lot with getting better output from my Pax 2. It works very well, and its a big improvement. I purchased the Pax Concentrate rig from Pax.com

It worked very well. I am very happy with the effects and smoothness.

However, the little lid is VERY difficult to remove after a session.
The metal unit slide’s onto the spacer oven cap, and it does not stay on and its supposed to.
If that metal cover falls off it is nearly impossible to find if it hits the floor (and it will). It is really flimsy and tiny.

It works well but I am shocked that Pax would put their name next to something so flimsy. Pax is known for their build quality, and warranty, I am really surprised they put something out like this.

I have used a Pax 3 and loved the form factor, build quality, and feel to hand.

But I thought I was going to suck my eyeballs in using it. I got vapor, and I got high, but it was a lot of work (at least to me).

If Pax would actually come out with a new vape (rather than a small change sequel) with improved draw resistance (significantly improved, that is) with similar form factor and quality, I would be all over it for those times I do go out and about and want to vape.

I share the same experience. I find myself really putting in very high effort draws, in order to get decent vapor. But for the Pax 2, $200(USD) and the Pax 3 ($275) out of the box needs accessories to get decent results.

The flimsy concentrate contraption is a big disappointment.

I am still waiting for my Davinci to come back from service.

I have my IQ in for service. So far so good, I will post my feedback on Davinci customer service when I get my IQ back (counting the days :)). I have been using my Pax 2. I have learned from the bloggers on here (vapelife) that a spacer can help a lot with getting better output from my Pax 2. It… ]]>