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By extension, that would make the company's newest do-it-all vaporizer, the Pax 3, the "iPhone 7 of Vaping," and the comparison is more than skin-deep.Pax Labs' other vapes, the Pax Era and Pax 2—designed for oil concentrates and loose-leaf marijuana, respectively—are more or less one-trick ponies. Both vapes are designed with simplicity and class, but you have to choose one specific type of marijuana product if you plan on carrying one of them around. The Pax 3 changes that, allowing you to use either loose-leaf marijuana, which you grind and then pack into the one of two different sized "ovens," or a concentrate which you place into a special included insert. It's a very simple system, but Pax Labs promises plenty of vapor no matter which type of vaping you prefer. If that wasn't enough to pique your vaping curiosity, the Pax 3 will also play nice with your smartphone. The app will provide device software updates, while also allowing you to control and customize the amount of vapor and temperature of your vape.
The Pax 3 is priced at a not insignificant $274.99, but that may be a small price to pay for what is undoubtedly one of the most high-tech and classy marijuana accessories on the market.
H/T Business Insider