PAX 2/3 Screen (3-pack)

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The PAX 3 Screen (3-pack) is an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) product, meaning it is manufactured by Pax Labs and to their high standards. These screens work to avoid build-up in your PAX 3 oven. Since they serve as a filter for your vaporizer, they need to be changed regularly (after every 25 uses). Cleaning the screens is quick and easy, just place them in a pot of boiling water and wipe them dry. Cleaning your screens will remove the build-up and give them longer life. These screens are also compatible with the PAX 2 vaporizer.

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    Bryan L.
    Canada Canada
    Recent purchase

    A very good experience. Quick turn around time & exactly as described.

    Mark B.
    United States United States
    Replacement screens

    They are the original that come with a new Pax. Great replacements.

    Tracy S.
    United States United States
    Pax accessories

    Great quality and service, fast delivery

    morgan r.
    United States United States
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    Great price and fast shipping

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    Danielle D.
    United States United States

    Great! Works wonderfully.

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