While the humble spliff will always have a place in the (weed-loving) public’s heart, these days it’s all about that # v a p e l i f e. A lot of devices are fighting for a space in this market and the Pax 3 has become one of the most popular – and for good reason.
The device is a lipstick-sized and modern-looking conduction vaporizer. And, by modern-looking, I of course mean heavily influenced by Apple’s design principles (like a lot of other products).
Have a little gander at this thing and try to tell me otherwise:
Daaamn, that doesn’t look like the crusty kind of device I’d expect stoners to use
The world’s changing, bud, don’t be a stick in the mud.
Honestly though, I think this design approach is one of the reasons Pax has stood out in the portable vape space – its made devices that casual smokers find attractive and want to use.
This Apple influence is everywhere, even in the way the Pax 3 is packaged:
That minimal aesthetic really makes you feel as though you’re buying a premium bit of technology. I’m not often excited about packaging, but – and at the risk of sounding very, very sad – this really did it for me.
Err, that’s a bit much. Moving on – how does it work?
As you can see in the above pictures, the Pax 3 is cylinder shaped with a flat section at either end. On its base, there’s a removable lid. This is where you place your sweet devil’s lettuce. You grind it