Latest in Gadgetry

Image credit:

You can get these Pax vaporizers for the lowest price online

The Pax 2 and Pax 3 are the height of vaporizer tech, and you won’t find a better price for them on the web.
StackCommerce
March 23, 2017
Share
Tweet
Share

Sponsored Links

StackCommerce

Since it first launched in 2012, Pax has become known for making some of the most intuitive, well-designed, and user-friendly vaporizers on the market. The Pax 2 launched in 2015 with significant upgrades over the original, and last year Pax Labs introduced their most advanced vaporizer model yet—the Pax 3. These products are rarely discounted, but right now Engadget readers can save 10 percent on either model with code PAX10bringing the Pax 2 down to $179 and the Pax 3 to $247.50, the lowest prices you'll find online.

Pax 2


Retail Price: $199 | Today: $179

The Pax 2 offers a surprising amount of features and customizability, despite its minimalist design. The primary benefit is the inclusion of removable attachments to handle solid materials as well as liquids and extracts. It can also sense when they are in close proximity to your lips to cool off, ensuring you never get burned. And to conserve energy, it goes into standby sleep when placed back on the table.

Pax 3





Retail Price: $275 | Today: $247.50

Although the Pax 3 is a bit steeper in price, it brings some considerable advantages over its predecessor. For one, the Pax 3 heats up four times faster than the Pax 2, reducing the process from 1 minute to just 15 seconds. And instead of being limited to 4 heat settings, more discerning users can dial in exact temperatures using the Pax smartphone app.

If you're in the market for a vaporizer, avoid the cheap, poorly-built options on the market and invest in a Pax. Grab the Pax 2 for $179 or the Pax 3 for $247.50 today, and don't forget to use code PAX10 at checkout to apply the full discount.

Check out these other popular offers from GDGT Deals:






Engadget is teaming up with StackCommerce to bring you deals on the latest gadgets, tech toys, apps, and tutorials. This post does not constitute editorial endorsement, and we earn a portion of all sales. If you have any questions about the products you see here or previous purchases, please contact StackCommerce support here.

All products recommended by Engadget are selected by our editorial team, independent of our parent company. Some of our stories include affiliate links. If you buy something through one of these links, we may earn an affiliate commission.
Share
Tweet
Share

Popular on Engadget

Texas Instruments makes it harder to run programs on its calculators

Texas Instruments makes it harder to run programs on its calculators

View
Astronomers spot a strange, first-of-its-kind asteroid near Jupiter

Astronomers spot a strange, first-of-its-kind asteroid near Jupiter

View
Space Station receives the last of NASA's science racks after 19 years

Space Station receives the last of NASA's science racks after 19 years

View
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leaks hint at giant screens and S20 Ultra features

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 leaks hint at giant screens and S20 Ultra features

View
Sony's flagship Xperia 1 II will ship in July for $1,200

Sony's flagship Xperia 1 II will ship in July for $1,200

View

From around the web

Page 1Page 1ear iconeye iconFill 23text filevr