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PAX Era Review: Smart Vapes With A Premium Feel

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PAX vapes are killing it in the market. If you are still hesitant about getting one for yourself, read through this article and decide – I am pretty sure it will help you make up your mind 😉

Today we’ll be reviewing the PAX Era collection, which includes the PAX Era Life and the PAX Era Pro. The difference with the PAX collection, other than the Era devices being relatively minor, is that you no longer use concentrates or lose leaves.

Still, instead, PAX Era devices only work with Era Pods, which we will tell you more about below.  The two models within the Era collection have a few differences, so let me give you an in-depth analysis of each.

PAX Era Life Review

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Like all PAX vaporizers, the PAX Era Life is a discreet looking, easy to use, and easy to carry vape. You can pick between four bright colors, a black Onyx, an orange Blaze, a light blue Indigo, or the shiny green grass.

As for its specs, the PAX Era Life has many excellent features; a lot is similar to the PAX 3, one of my favorites vapes – but less nostalgia and more hard facts:

  • It has no buttons but an on-demand draw instead, activating the vaporizer when you inhale.
  • You can take more than 100 draws per charge!
  • Like in all PAX vapes, you have the temperature settings at the tip of your finger by tapping on the “X” and increasing or decreasing the heat of the device as the petals light up or turn off.
  • It has a one-year limited warranty when bought directly from PAX or one of its official resellers.

PAX Era Pro Review

An upgrade to the PAX Era Life, the PAX Era Pro is physically the same, except that the colors you can choose from are Onyx (black), a dark red Crimson, shiny silver colored Platinum, or the beautiful aquamarine Jade.

It has all of the features of the PAX Era Life, but a few others make the difference in a product – and price. The Pax Era Pro, at $70, is costs twice as much as the Era Life, and here are the reasons why:

  • It has dose control, meaning that you can decide how high you want each puff to get you without depending only on the number of times you inhale but on what the dose in your pod is.
  • It is compatible with the PAX App, meaning you will never lose it again in your life. This is, really—key to me.
  • You can trace back the origin and PodID of your pod by just popping in a PAXsmart pod! You’ll know the pod is a PAX smart one if it has a red “O” shaped ring beneath the mouthpiece. (The feature is only available when using an Era Pro, but you can still look up in PodExplore by manually selecting it and viewing suggested temperatures and PodID test results)
  • It has a child lock, great if your stuff is at the reach of other creatures who might like to “play” with it…
  • Its battery lasts double what the PAX Era Life’s does, giving you over 200 puffs before you need to charge it again.
  • It has a Low Pod Alert. Now that I think of it, I guess the reason I love this model so much is that you can be the most distracted person in the world, and the PAX Era Pro will still be there for you, reminding you of its precious existence.

PAX Pods Review

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Think of PAX Pods as a necessary tool for your PAX Era vape. Fortunately, they are genuinely made of super high-quality cannabinoids and guarantee your safety and pleasure. However, I still want to point out that they are indispensable if you plan to get a PAX Era oil vaporizer.

PAX doesn’t manufacture or produce the oil or any cannabis products, but they partner with the best oil makers in the game to ensure safe production and distribution of the Era Pods.

That said, there is no chance of running out of options when it comes to pods. Just search for “PAX Era Pod” on cannabis marketplaces like Eaze, and you’ll find thousands of pods literally to choose from. There are even CBD options if you are not looking to get high with your vape.

In different flavors, strains, brands, and prices, you can try a different pod every day of the year for, like, a decade.

Click here for the best PAX Era Pods on the market.

Where To Buy A PAX Era?

You can buy a PAX Era directly from the PAX online store. or in any of their partner retail stores (the list is also available on their website). They also have a list of international resellers if you’re outside of the US or Canada.

The Era Pods can be purchased on several online retailers like Eaze, and they also offer a list of stores you can buy some of the options in, in person.

Conclusion

And that, ladies and gentlemen, is PAX Era in a nutshell. I was excited when I heard about them adding this alternative, and the PAX Era Pro vaporizer exceeded my expectations by far.

I never thought I would be this chill without adding my concentrates to my vape. Still, when I discovered all of the options out there, it became a no-brainer that it had as many – or more – benefits as I usually try to get from the cannabis products I use.

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June 02, 2021 — Last Updated June 03, 2021
Written by Marcos Heredia
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June 02, 2021 — Last Updated June 03, 2021
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