News publisher the Daily Dot, which covers the internet as its primary beat, has an online store, the Daily Dot Bazaar. Did you know that? Well, if you didn’t – you do now. And on that store they sell a whole lot of stuff, including the latest Pax vaporizer, Pax 3. Given that they’re selling it, it’s probably no surprise to find that they had some nice words to share about it, which is what this little vape news update here on VaporizerWire.com is about.
They noticed, similar to how we noticed, that the new Pax has received some seriously kind reviews from users scattered across the web. As they put it, this is one vaporizer that you “need to know about” now.
Of the various features that it boasts, the latest in the Pax line of portable vapes heats up quickly – in a matter of mere seconds. And it has a feature that you won’t find in many portable vapes that aren’t e-cigs. What feature is that? The ability to sense that it’s in use and heat up quickly to provide vapor when your lips touch the mouthpiece and cool down quickly when your lips come off it. How does it do it? Haptic feedback, a technology that allows it to sense that its mouthpiece is being touched by the user’s lips and act accordingly. This allows it to do some really interesting stuff with the heating and cooling of the device, which it provides its user access to via its various preset heating “modes.” But this isn’t all the Daily Dot had to comment on, as they seemed to have no shortage of friendly commentary for the Pax. Take for instance this line in which they equated its extended battery life, which is longer than its predecessor’s, to “uninhibited vaping bliss” for its user.
“It rocks a far longer battery life, equating to uninhibited vaping bliss for you, plus heats up in just a matter of seconds.”
As if that wasn’t enough of an endorsement, they take their pro-Pax rhetoric that much further in stating that it’s not only “deserving of its reputation as one of the most sophisticated vapes on the market today,” but also the new “gold standard” in vapes, “hand down.”
“This is the gold standard of vapes, hands down.”
What do you think, is the Daily Dot correct in their assessment? Is the Pax 3 really all that and a bag of chips? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.