setting during a session. There are four settings available to customize
for an extended press while the device is on.
increase the temperature setting. Cycle through the settings by
pressing in the center of the mouthpiece.
Keeping your PAX clean is easy:
Remove the mouthpiece and the oven lid.
Dip a pipe cleaner in isopropyl alcohol—either from the bottle
or poured into a suitable container—then insert into the vapor
pathway to pop out the oven screen.
It’s a great idea to soak both your silicone mouthpiece and
oven screen in a cup of isopropyl alcohol—available from
most supermarkets. But never submerge the oven lid in alcohol,
‘Floss’ the pipe cleaner back & forth through the vapor path to
remove any residue or build-up.
Clean the inside of the oven and the top of the device using a
Q-tip dipped in isopropyl alcohol.
Once you’ve flossed the vapor path, cleaned the oven and the
top of the device, soaked the mouthpiece and the oven screen,
you’re all done!
Make sure the oven screen and mouthpiece are COMPLETELY dry
To insert the oven screen, place one end in the oven—furthest from
the vapor pathway. Then lay the screen in the rest of the way and
press firmly in the center. It should snap into place and sit slightly
bowed in the bottom of the oven.
We recommend cleaning the device every few uses for the best
vapor experience with PAX 2
COOLING AND LIP
If you set PAX 2 down for approximately 30 seconds, the oven starts to
slowly cool to preserve battery life and save your material.
Once you pick PAX 2 up again, or take a draw, it automatically heats
up—back to your selected temperature setting.
If PAX 2 doesn’t sense your lips for 20 seconds the oven temperature
will lower by a few degrees to preserve the internal temperatures of
your material. This saves your material from heating while you’re not
drawing from the device and ensures your next draw is always perfect.
Keep in mind that if PAX 2 doesn’t move or sense your lips for
three minutes, it will turn off completely so that your battery life is