Arizer Solo Power Adapter

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Arizer Solo Power Adapter

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Arizer Solo Power Adapter

Arizer Solo Power Adapter

by Arizer

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$44.99

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$44.99

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  • Designed For Arizer Solo
  • A/C Power Source
  • Use Your Solo at Home Even When Your Battery is Dead
  • Does Not Charge Solo
  • OEM Arizer Product
Description

Arizer Solo Power Adapter

Designed for the Arizer Solo Portable Vaporizer, this A/C Power Source allows you to use your Arizer Solo at home even when your battery is dead. This OEM Arizer Product will not charge your Arizer Solo's battery.

What's in the Box

  • 1x Arizer Solo Power Adapter

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12/20/2014
habilis

died quickly

Was great, for a brief time. How convenient....no recharging break. But it died within 90 days...$0.50 per day. I'd look for a more durable model, or buy two at once. J

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12/14/2013
Scott

Not practical...Get a second solo instead...

They should have put a wall wart on the power adapter instead of a giant transformer. It's exactly like the power cords for Lenovo Laptops. The annoying part is the AC adapter cord only give you a few feet of useable cord before you have to lift the transformer. If they would have put it at the end of the cord right by the plug, the cord would be long enough to use without moving the transformer. It would have been a much better product if they put the hole you plug the power cord in on the side instead of the bottom. You can't even stand the unit upright with the AC adapter connected to the Solo., because it plugs into the very bottom of the Solo. I think I would have been better off by purchasing a second Solo. That way you could use one, and charge the other. when the battery in one Solo dies, you could switch to the second unit that's been charging. Another plus you would have spare glass pieces with a second solo.