Arizer Solo 2, The TearDown
Here we go one more time, everybody's feeling fine...... That's right, we're starting this teardown with an N`Sync quote.
Arizer has been a major player in the vaporizer industry for a long time. The much anticipated Solo 2 is Arizer's predecessor of the very popular Solo. The new design is much slimmer, sturdier build, has a digital display and some awesome vapor production. So let's tear it apart :-D
Getting it Open
The only visible screws are on the base plate so lets start there. This requires a T5 Torx screwdriver. The rest of the vape comes apart with a Phillips.
Thanks #04 !
Once you get the base plate off the top cover slides out. Interesting design...
The Chamber Airpath *** UPDATED ***
This is a nice update to see. The original Solo 2 had a small open area that made it hard for us to say the airpath was fully isolated.
The new metal plate sits on top of a silicone gasket with 4 holes for the wires.
It's great to see one of our favorite vaporizers updating the internal design and fully isolating the airpath.
Removing the shell
We had to push down on the top chamber to make the shell slide out through the bottom.
The chamber is housed in with a stainless steel shell which screws into place. The bored out holes are there to increase airflow, same tension rings as the Arizer Air.
18650 3400 mah 7.2v dual battery made by Panasonic. Sweet, this is an upgrade from the original 2200 mah battery.
All back together
We got lucky, usually with our teardowns the vaporizer is destroyed. This one was easy to put back together. We tear apart vaporizers so you dont have to. Disassembling your vape voids the warranty.
Thanks for checking out our Tear Down. Learn more about the Solo 2 HERE. Let us know what you think in the comments below, also be sure to check out Instagram and SubReddit.
Are there any parts available? The o ring in particular. The tubes are not seating well anymore on mine.
Hi! Do you know if I can buy the Solo 2 chamber/resistance somewhere? The one on my device broke the wires in the porcelain.
How do I get the heater out of the shell without breaking it. Please show that procedure.
I have a broken arizer without warranty, the heating element “error 5” doesn’t work, fix which one to buy?
I try my english sorry
@Thiago I’m sorry but I’m unsure I understand your comment! Could you rephrase? Thanks in advance! =)