It is a company that manufactures handheld air vaporizers with temperature settings, back lit digital display/screen with a balloon pack and mouthpiece. Unlike other vaporizers which uses valves and adaptors, to keep marijuana. It uses enclosed metal screens/ discs to hold the herb, which can be interchanged. This company’s state-of-the-art product called Vapir No 2, has been rated best in class against its close competitor Volcano. It makes portable ones powered by a rechargeable battery, which is easy to carry and use anytime, anywhere, even though it uses most of its power to heat up the coil. One can use 4 to 5 times in between charges and also during recharging. It comes with a pit on top to put vaporizers and not necessary to fill up, to heat fully. However, its efficiency remains questionable, it will vaporize only some of what one fills and leave the rest for later use. However, to empty, one has to dig it with a needle, a nail, or bang on the back, as it does not pop up, which is quite clumsy. On the other hand, Volcano is a bigger machine connected to a power supply and not flexible to carry/use anytime, anywhere, but maintains temperature settings better than Vapir, with a top screen piece, to fill or remove from heat to prevent wastage. Volcano allows one to pack it, to keep, until the temperature stabilizes. Later, it can be popped up to fill the bag, remove for further use. It has been proven that efficiency levels of Vapir’s, is lower than Volcano’s, but it is still worth, considering tarring of one’s lungs. It costs U$179 for Vapir, which is cheaper than Volcano at U$700.