A look inside the Arizer ArGo
The Arizer ArGo has been getting rave reviews lately -- it's a vape made by Arizer that purports to be a little more portable and easy to use than other products by the company. PuffItUp recently posted a teardown of the ArGo, and the writeup is really interesting, showing both what's inside the device and how well it's all put together.
The case itself is anodized aluminum and rubberized plastic, making the unit pretty light for its size. The battery is small but packs a fair amount of power with a 3200 mAh capacity, enough to keep the vape powered for about an hour and a half (of course, you probably won't need all of that power for just one session). Like Arizer's other vapes, the internal components of the ArGo are pretty tightly packed, meaning that everything from the core controls to the airpath are pretty efficiently designed. Finally, PuffItUp notes that the ArGo boasts a deeper heating chamber than the Arizer Air 2, bringing more air through the flower and making it taste better.
The ArGo was already getting some good marks, but this teardown shows that the praise isn't just superficial. We haven't had a chance to try the device yet (please send one along, Arizer!), but you can pick it up right now if you want (as long as they're not sold out) for $269.99.