Atmos Pen Vapes

Atmos Vaporizers for Sale
Atmos Vaporizers for Sale

There are a few different Atmos pen vapes to choose from and sometimes people get them confused. After reading through a number of emails it was apparent to me that I need to write a post that details the pens individually. Feel free to bookmark or share this article with anyone that needs to learn more about Atmos vaporizer pens.

The most popular of all the Atmos pens is probably the Atmos RX (formally known as the Atmos Raw), it also one of the most expensive. For $189.95 (and you can usually find them cheaper) you will get a compact and portable vaporizer that is capable of vaping continuously for 72 hours. It heats to over 400 degrees Fahrenheit and comes with a 3 year manufacturer warrant. The heater core and batteries however come with a 3 month warranty and will usually need replacing after about 6 months, if you are very meticulous about your cleaning habits then your Atmos RX can last a while longer and deliver huge clouds of vapor time after time.

Another one of the more popular Atmos pens is the Atmos Nail, it is an oil/wax pen vaporizer that is extremely efficient and even more discreet. It has a lithium Ion batter and has a super fast heat up that will have you vaping in under five seconds. The Nail is similar in price to the Atmos RX and costs $179 but like I said before shop around a little bit before you buy it because you can usually find it cheaper.

AtmosRx Dry Herb Vaporizer Kit

There has been a lot of scuttlebutt around the interwebs lately regarding the AtmosRx and their array of personal vaporizers and vape pens. Atmos has been coming out with a bunch of new e-liquid and e-juice vape pens because there is a growing number of people switching from tobacco cigarettes to e-juice because these substances carry only nicotine but not the other harmful toxins.

But what if you’re looking to buy a vaporizer pen for herbs? Atmos set the standard for a powerful vape pen for dry herbs when they rolled out the Atmos RAW back in 2012 and they still make the vaporizer with the same precision, attention to detail and style. The only thing that’s changed is the name. So if you’re searching for a dry herb vaporizer pen and you’re having trouble finding the AtmosRAW out there, it’s because the name has changed. Since RAW is the brand that makes the little rolling papers, there was apparently a dispute over naming rights. Atmos has recently changed the AtmosRAW to be called the AtmosRx, which makes sense as “Rx” implies medication or a prescription.

If you’re like most people who visit our site, you may be looking for something to benefit your particular ailment such as glaucoma, chronic pain, or PTSD. If you want something that truly vaporizes without combustion, I would recommend vaporizing oils or waxes, but if you want something to take your dry, ground up buds around town in, the AtmosRx is as good as you’re going to get these days. It’s a powerful conduction oven powered by a lithium ion battery that heats a stainless steel heating coil. Some people will deride it and say it’s just a glorified “vaporizer pipe,” but for many people that’s good enough.

Lots of areas where bud is legal don’t really have a thriving concentrate scene like in Washington, Arizona, California, and Colorado. States like Illinois, Michigan, DC and New Hampshire are only beginning to experiment with dabs, buddr, and wax, so a lot of the people who want to vape discreetly still want to use dry herbs. If you’re one of those people who loves their sweet flower, I would highly recommend buying the AtmosRx Dry Herb Vaporizer Kit.

You can purchase the AtmosRx Dry Herb Vaporizer at this accredited retailer, where I bought mine.