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PAX 3 Features

Intelligent, intuitive and instant. The PAX 3 is a true dual-use portable vaporizer for both dry herb and concentrates. The PAX 3 delivers a strong, pure vapor within 15 seconds, and subsequent heat ups are nearly instant. This vaporizer is feature-packed. We've broken the features down for you so you can skip the metaphorical line and keep on puffin' till you get get enough.


When the PAX 3 vaporizer detects your lip on the mouthpiece, it starts boosting oven temperature up to and beyond your temperature setting. It does this to maintain good vapor production throughout your draw + quickly replenish the heat your oven contents lose during your draw.

When your take your lip off the mouthpiece, oven temperature returns to your temperature setting. When the device hasn't detected your lip for a while, it starts auto-cooling gradually to preserve your oven contents. Lip presence-based boosting and auto-cooling work together to give the PAX 3 vaporizer more intelligent + more precise heating than other conduction vaporizers.

Try different Dynamic Modes with the app to change how much PAX 3 boosts, how long it waits to start auto-cooling + how quickly how much it auto-cools.


After PAX 3 vaporizer has heated up, it will go into Standby Mode if it doesn't detect tilt (orientation change) or lip presence for 30 seconds. PAX 3 vibrates with one short pulse when it enters Standby Mode.

When PAX 3 is in Standby Mode, the oven cools to a fixed Standby temperature that is determined by your selected Dynamic Mode.

There are two ways that PAX 3 can exit Standby:

1. Place your lip or finger on the mouthpiece

*Note: This causes PAX 3 to heat back up to your temperature setting

2. Tilt the device

*Note: This causes PAX 3 to heat to a temperature that is lower than your temperature setting and is determined by how long it's been since your last draw and which Dynamic Mode you're using (lip presence-based auto-cooling)

When PAX 3 exits Standby, if the device hasn't been in Standby for very long, LEDs will show that it's still ready to hit. If LEDs show that PAX 3 is heating again (not ready to hit, significant heating needed), PAX 3 will vibrate with a short double pulse when it's ready to hit again.

If PAX 3 exits Standby with tilt only (no lip or finger on mouthpiece) and you're using Dynamic Modes that use more aggressive lip presence-based auto-cooling (Flavor and Stealth), your oven may be not be hot enough to make your first post-Standby draw satisfying when the device indicates that it's ready to hit. If this is the case for you, try going for a longer draw after Standby. You can also try putting your finger or lip on the mouthpiece for a second to reset lip presence-based auto-cooling and then wait until the device indicates that it's ready to hit before you take a draw.


Dynamic mode is just a fancy way of saying predefined vaping experience. You know what to expect and all it takes is a swipe to get it. Dynamic Modes set how much oven temperature boosts on lip presence, how quickly and how much oven temperature drops when your lip hasn't been present, how long it takes your device to go into Standby if it hasn't been moving, and what temperature the oven is held at in Standby.

PAX 3 has five Dynamic Modes, all of which are available on the PAX Vapor App:

1. Standard: Default lip presence-based boosting and auto-cooling. Default motion-based standby. This is the default Dynamic Mode your device is set to out of the box. This mode balances consistent vapor production and flavor preservation.

2. Boost: More aggressive boosting, less and slower auto-cooling, and higher standby temperature. This mode is for users who want more vapor at their preferred temperature setting. It optimizes for maximum vapor production.

3. Efficiency: Ramp oven temperature throughout your session. Default boosting and auto-cooling with lip presence. Default motion standby. This mode is for users who like to turn up their temp setting during their session to extract more from the oven as the session progresses. This mode optimizes for consistent vapor production throughout your session.

4. Stealth: Stay stealthy and save battery with fast auto-cooling, lower standby temperature, no boosting, and dimmed lights. This mode is for users who want maximum discretion and users who want the oven to cool as quickly as possible when they're not drawing on the device. This mode optimizes for fast cooldown after draws.

5. Flavor: Optimize for flavor with fast auto-cooling and more boosting. This mode is for users who prioritize flavor throughout their session over vapor production when device hasn't recently been drawn from. This mode optimizes for flavor preservation and on-demand vapor production.


One of the awesome features that the PAX 3 has that many other portable vaporizers does that, is that you the user, can customize temperature settings. Simply get on the PAX Vapor App and swipe left or right on the colored circle showing your current temperature setting to decrease or increase your temperature setting in 5°F increments. Swipe up and down on your temperature selection for 1°F adjustments.


As soon as your PAX 3 oven is ready for a draw, you can set it so that the device will let out a vibration to that it is ready to vape. To do this, download the PAX Vapor App.


When PAX 3 is locked, its LEDs will show a slow red counter-clockwise animation unless it is charging or in game mode.

Device lock does not immediately stop PAX 3 from producing vapor if you lock your device after your oven has heated to your temperature setting. It can take up to 30 seconds for the oven to cool enough that it won't produce any vapor.