I’m extremely excited to have the opportunity to take a look at a brand new vaporizer from Arizer, one of our absolute favorite vape companies. Recently Arizer revamped a couple of their classics with the Solo II and the Air II, but today we’re checking out something totally new and different; the ArGo.


Arizer ArGo Review

As far as price goes, the Arizer ArGo is the more expensive model that Arizer offers, coming in at a cool $269.95 USD. It’s well worth the price in our opinion as it’s the ultimate culmination of Arizer’s vaporizer expertise. Just like the Air II, the ArGo uses a rechargeable / quick swap 18650 battery. I’d suggest picking up an extra battery so you’ll never be left without a charge.

Found in the box:

  • ArGo Vaporizer
  • 2 Glass tubes
  • 2 Silicone stem caps
  • Stainless steel tool
  • 4 Stainless steel screens
  • USB Charger / wall adapter
  • ArGo carrying case


Dial in the perfect temperature between 112° F – 428° F and enjoy some of the purest tasting vapor clouds thanks to the extended glass mouthpiece. Like I said before, the ArGo is a wonderful combination of all the best parts of Arizer’s previous vaporizer models. One major difference is the fact that the ArGo can pop its top and protect the glass tube. With the press of a button the entire top of the vaporizer pops up and completely covers the glass aroma tube, allowing you to throw it in your pocket with the glass tube loaded.


Another distinct difference between the ArGo and the Air II / Solo II is that the glass aroma tubes are not universal. The ArGo has a more narrow glass tube, so no swapping between Arizer models.


Expect fast heat up times, pass-through charging, clean + cool vapor clouds and an easy to use design coupled with a crisp digital display. As much as I love the line of Arizer vaporizers, the ArGo goes a step further and makes the Arizer a truly portable option… Finally!

It’s no secret that I love my Arizer vaporizers, but I’ve always hated that they don’t feel nearly as portable as some other vaporizer options. I’d still bring them on the go, but I’d be paranoid that I’d snap a glass stem or that it would come loose and I’d have herb littered throughout my pocket. With the stem cover feature on the ArGo you can load up your vape and throw it in your pocket with no worries or hassel, a feature I’m thrilled to see included!

As with all their vaporizers, Arizer backs the ArGo with a 2-year warranty and top notch customer service. After all, they are a Canadian company.

One gripe I have with the ArGo vaporizer is the length of the stem. I don’t feel that there’s enough stem protruding from the vaporizer itself. When I’m drawing from the ArGo my lips are often touching the plastic portion of the vaporizer. This is by no means a big problem, and for most it’s likely not a problem at all. I just have to be a bit picky because everything else about this vaporizer is pure perfection.

You can’t go wrong with any of the vaporizers Arizer offers, whether the Air II, Solo II or ArGo, you’ll be getting an industry leading vaporizer that emphasizes quality and user experience above all else. For those who enjoy vaporizing on the go, or often totes their vape around in their pocket, the ArGo is the clear choice.

Get yours here: Arizer.com