The Taroma XL is, essentially, a pure GR2 titanium housing, with a specially designed gemstone chamber that extends to the end of the joint. Increased mass and a shortened distance will ensure an even better performance. The flavour from this housing is outstanding, and we highly recommend this model, especially if you're new to the QaromaShop product line, and have a high tolerance. There are both a Glass & a Titanium Adaptor Bowl available to use with this beast, depending on what you're looking for.
The Taroma XL offers more than 3 times the surface area and thermal mass compared to a regular Taroma heater. This makes Taroma XL hit even harder, at similar or larger loads. It has possibly the largest bowl and gemstone chamber capacity, out of any model out there, making it perfect for individual sessions, group sessions, and special events. It stays true to the 2.0 version with grooves on the intake air holes allow for easier use with concentrates & air holes that are spread further apart, for more even extraction.
The Taroma XL has a simple, minimalist look, that's pleasing to the eye. It's built to last and will be appreciated by those who prefer durability. It's specifically designed gemstone chamber acts as an airflow control, and the 3mm Ruby Balls increase the housing's total mass, allowing for better heat retention & recovery. The Taroma XL uses ultra clean convection heating, at precise temperatures, allowing full control over your vaporizer experience. The gemstones are a crucial part, as the chamber is not designed to be used empty, nor should it be overfilled.
Taroma XL uses approx. 500 3mm Ruby Balls
Taroma XL has a raised step in its design, to better stabilize and to provide better coil contact, and is therefore only compatible with 30mm, 5 wraps, clockwise coils.
**Prior to first time use, let your Taroma 2.0 heat-condition at a temperature of 660 degrees Fahrenheit for a minimum of 30 minutes. After heat-conditioning, a good starting temperature for the Taroma 2.0 is 620-630 degrees. Then adjust to reach your desired effect. Typically the optimal range for the Taroma 2.0 is 550-700 degrees, depending on bowl style & material used**