Arizer Extreme Q vs Volcano Vaporizer

One is Canadian and other is German, the first is new and the other is an old standard. You could say the Volcano revolutionized the way we vaporize but could the Extreme Q by Canadian brand, Arizer, eclipse it?

Image from

The Arizer is the “jack-of-all-trades” of vaporizer because of how it produces superior clouds, delivered via your choice of balloon (forced air) or whip (direct draw). The digital control panel has a power button, menu button, and up and down arrow buttons.

On the other hand, the Volcano Digital Vaporizer is German design and engineering at its finest.

A smooth coned, just one piece of patented technology on this unit, removes toxins and other harmful byproducts, causing the active ingredients to have a more potent effect. Once the balloon is inflated with the vapor, the valve can be completely detached and separated from the device. That means you can take the balloon with you and enjoy remotely from the vaporizer unit for up to 8 hours.

The Arizer Extreme Q can be set for Celsius or Fahrenheit and is equipped for worldwide use with an input capacity of 110-240V with international safety certifications. The temperature 50° C – 260° C (122° F – 500° F) is adjustable in 1-degree Celsius increments for ultimate customization as per comfortability. The digital temperature LED display on the Volcano also has a fully customizable operating temperature—anywhere you please, between 104 and 446 degrees Fahrenheit.

While neither of the units gets hot to the touch on the outside—the high grade, dual wall construction just won’t allow it—the glass parts will get hot and should be handled with great care. Both are also quiet, powerful, small, sturdy, and lightweight. And they are sized to fit conveniently on any tabletop, desk or counter.

The Extreme Q carries a lifetime warranty on the heating element and a limited 3-Year warranty covering defects in materials or workmanship, however, that does not cover glass. When you get a Volcano, you also get a 3-year warranty that covers repairs and returns. Non-warranty repairs are also possible and will be priced out based on the cost of repair; including parts, labor and shipping. The manufacturer will also clean, test the diagnostics, and replace any other parts that may need service on your Volcano. That’s top notch!

Considering the temperature accuracy provided through the precision advanced electronic air temperature control and the built-in air filtration system, the Volcano Digital Vaporizer is still the highest quality vaporizer ever built. So, while it may not check all of the boxes that the Volcano does, the Arizer Extreme Q is like the quintessential desktop vaporizer for those who are new to the art of crafting clouds. Right now, you can get your own Arizer Extreme Q for just CAD$179 (regular CAD$249) or the Volcano Digital for CAD$749 (regular CAD$789). Hope our article Arizer Extreme Q vs Volcano Digital Vaporizer helped you in in choosing the right one for your needs.