Atmos makes a fairly few vaporizers. They serve the entire vaping community: consumers who prefer wax, oil, or herbs, and even e liquids. The emphasis is on portable machines, however, one of them being them Atmos Transporter.
The general rule when approaching Atmos as a customer is to take each item individually; not to base any impressions on a previous experience with their products. Some are great; others aren’t so great. The Atmos Transporter has received middling reviews; not great, not terrible. It costs $110 or so which is a high price for a so-so device, so think carefully: what do you want from a vaporizer?
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Some Pros and Cons
The Atmos Transporter contains a ceramic chamber, considered one of the best materials a chamber can be made from. It is a high-quality, neutral material. In other words, if herbs are in here for a while they will not start to taste like something else. The heating element is not exposed but embedded instead, which is good for heating herbs: they are not as likely to burn which is a risk with herbal vaporizers. Atmos promises efficient, even heating.
Shape of Herbal Vaporizing
You will probably recognize the Transporter: it looks like a flask, and could be mistaken or passed-off as one without trouble. A tube-shaped mouthpiece could easily be the mouthpiece to a whiskey flask; they are not too dissimilar. That flask-like shape is also rounded ergonomically so as to feel good in one’s hands.
Filling is Simple
It’s not hard to get ready; just open up the chamber and fill with dry herbs. Swivel the bottom part to one side and you will expose an opening into which your herbs can go. Pack lightly and grind fully. Pick a heating level from the pre-set levels available. Controls are unobtrusive and do not take away from that flask-like look.
The Atmos Transporter Kit
If this is what you want, the set comes with several items so you will not merely enjoy the Transporter for a week; maintain your kit and promote excellent operation for weeks to come. Atmos provides a rubber mouthpiece and a cap plus a tool for packing herbs so they are right in there; you don’t want to push them in with your pinky and get stuck.
There is also a cleaning brush for getting herbs out from the deepest part of the chamber and scouring the sides gently. You want to use this brush because it was selected for its effectiveness and safety for ceramics. The kit also comes with a charger and a manual.
The Transporter is available from a lot of websites and also many physical shops so there’s no problem getting hold of one. Watch out for discount codes and deals that might bring the price down a few dollars.