Counterfeit Pax 2 Vaporizer Review
In this review, we’re going to share with you what we think about the fake Pax 2. So if you’re interested in learning more about this counterfeit version of the original, continue reading.
We’re going to kick things off be saying that we strongly advise against buying a counterfeit vaporizer. When you buy a counterfeit, you’re not only supporting counterfeiters, but you’re putting yourself at risk. As counterfeits aren’t held to the same standards as the real versions that they’re attempting to knockoff, you run the risk of potential health hazards and failures. And if you do happen to run into an issue, you can bet your money that neither the counterfeiter nor the authentic version’s manufacturer are going to provide you with support because you’re probably not covered under any real warranty.
But if you buy the real Pax 2, you will receive support if you have any issues with your purchase because every single one is covered by a manufacturer’s warranty, assuming you bought it from an authorized retailer.
So even though it might seem like you’re getting a deal, in the long run, you’re not only placing yourself at risk, but you’re also buying a lesser product. Looking at the Pax 2 vaporizer in particular, the counterfeits are cheap knockoffs made to look like the real thing, but they’re not. The real version, the one made by San Francisco based Pax Labs, is a superior product so don’t bother wasting your money on a fake, do yourself a favor and get the real one. After all, when it comes to fakes, you never know what you’re really vaping. For all you know, it could be made with materials that are hazardous to your health.
If you’re looking to avoid accidentally picking up a fake, we suggest you buy yours from this shop as they are an authorized dealer, so you can rest assured that you’re not only getting a real one, but that it’s covered under warranty.
For those who have unfortunately found themselves the victim of a counterfeiting operationg and have unknowingly purchased a fake version of this popular portable, we strongly advise against using it because they are rumored to have been constructed from poisonous materials that are hazardous to your health.
Also, the fake versions are rumored to run a little cooler than the originals, by about 10 degrees according to some estimates. So while you think you’re vaping at the highest setting, which is 420 degrees Fahrenheit, you’re actually vaping at about 410 degrees Fahrenheit.
Bought a Pax but aren’t sure whether or not it’s the real deal? Take a look at our guide on how to spot a fake Pax.