PAX’s Session Control app controls how high you get when you vape

The Session Control feature lets newbies dip their toe in the water with a micro-session while giving experienced users room to try out various settings

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San Francisco based vape company PAX Labs has released an update to the PAX Mobile app, giving users access to a new feature called Session Control. The newly launched feature gives users the ability to customize each session with the PAX Era, adding more consistency and reliability to the vaping experience. Whether users want to turn up the heat or keep things low-key, the Bluetooth enabled PAX Era syncs with the mobile app to let users dial-in the specific amount of vapor they prefer with just a tap.

In addition to being able to control the Era’s specific temperature through the mobile app, Session Control now lets users control their intake doses (micro, small,medium or large) for each session. Combining these features now gives users control over the vapor, temperature, taste, and strength as well as the ability to lock their device to prevent others from using it.

PAX Session Control

Inside the app, the user chooses their vapor intake and uses the device as normal until the session ends, which is visualized by an on-screen progress bar. After the session ends, the Era locks for 30 seconds, allowing time for the effects to set in before engaging the device again. Removing and re-inserting the pod during a session will reset the experience.

Ultimately, the Session Control feature lets newbies dip their toe in the water with a micro-session while giving experienced users room to try out various settings and vapor strengths for a fully customized session.

The ability to control the amount and impact of vapor intake lets users quickly and easily learn what works best for their preference and then repeat for future sessions.

PAX Labs CEO Bharat Vasan is dead set on keeping PAX devices upgraded with new features, promising more software updates in the future as the product’s design matures over time. The PAX Mobile app is available for both iOS and Android.


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