I gave up smoking cannabis 10 years ago and switched to vaporizers. For me, vaporizers eliminate the smokers hack and allow me the true clean taste of the cannabis I am vaping.
I remember starting with Arizer's table top model, the Extreme Q.
While it was very effective, I did not like the fact that much of my vape was collecting along the sides of the long whips used for the same. Further, it wasn't easily portable so I next tried various hand held vaporizers, but was sorely disappointed. That is until I tried the Arizer Solo. While very pleased with the Solo, it did not, and does not, hold enough of a charge for me. As such, I also tried and use the Air models as they have a replaceable battery. After trying these two handheld units I was very impressed and completely hooked on the Arizer brand. When the Solo II and Air II came out I jumped and purchased both ASAP. As I expected, I wasn't disappointed. They both heat up fast and still give plums of tasty vapor. While Arizer no longer makes the original Air or Air II, it's replacement, the Air Max, will not disappoint. In a head to head competition between the Solo II and Air Max, however, I still prefer the Solo II by a slim margin as it still has more power. The advantage of the Air models over the Solo models, however, has always been the replaceable batteries. If you're on the go, the replaceable battery is quite an advantage.
While I love the Arizer brand, their are two models I would not recommend -- the table tops and Argo. As stated above, due to its length the table top whips accumulate too much of your vape along the sides of the same. As for the Argo, I was deeply disappointed in this unit and find it to be too weak to be a useful vaporizer. In my opinion this unit was a complete waste of money.