Since the Arizer Solo hit the market last year it has gone through a few changes, to both the heating chamber and the glass mouthpieces. The thick cut glass mouthpieces have always been a center for debate on whether not having a screen is an advantage or disadvantage and also how portable a glass mouthpiece can truly be. Well, there is now a mouthpiece to make these debates a moot point.
To start, the wooden Arizer Solo mouthpiece is pretty much indestructible with its wooden design and can last you a lifetime. The wood is an imported South American Granadillo wood, which is an exotic and extremely rare wood that has a red to reddish brown coloring with a hint of black. Each mouthpiece is hand made so one mouthpiece will never look like the other.
The bowl end is completely redesigned, made with stainless steel and even has a screen a half inch deep instead of the standard four tiny holes in the glass mouthpiece. The screen also has an internal retaining clip to make sure your screen is always securely in place, no matter how much you bang it around to empty the chamber. The stainless steel bowl chamber also ensures a super fast heat up time, on par with how fast the glass mouthpieces would heat up.
The South American Granadillo wood is just the beginning, with numerous other rare and exotic woods in development as you read this. To learn more about the Arizer Solo Wooden Mouthpiece head on over the EZVapes.