Atmos makes the best vaporizers because they are committed to going above and beyond. Most pen vaporizer manufacturers refuse to put in the extra effort or go the extra mile. Atmos made sure that everyone in their company had tried the vaporizer before it was released, they listened to the feedback and adjusted accordingly. Probably the most important factor in the production of Atmos vaporizer pens is attention detail they put into the design process.
While some of their pen vapes for weed have gained more notoriety than others all of the Atmos pen vaporizers are pretty amazing. The most popular of all their vapes is arguably the Atmos Rx (formally called the Atmos Raw), this is pen was designed specifically for dry herbs so make sure not to try and load your wax in it. The Atmos Rx is a great vaporizer pen for people that are looking to travel often and need to medicate on the go. It is very easy to transport and since the heat up time is so fast you can virtually vape with it anywhere. [Read more...]
For those of you who have been longtime readers of my blog, first of all, Thank You! I appreciate your support and interest in the pen vaporizers we talk about on Atmos-Raw.com. Today is a watershed moment for the site, as we will be debuting the very first non-pen-style vape for dry herbs. The geniuses over at AtmosRx have cooked up a brand new line of stylish and sophisticated vaporizers for home or travel usage.
Allow me to unveil…the AtmosRx Transporter, the newest handheld vape from Atmos!
It’s not quite ready for public consumption just yet, but I got a demo model from the manufacturer to test out and whet your appetite. Let me tell you, I’ve put it through the paces and it has yet to disappoint me in any way.
If you want to learn more about this brand new weed vaporizer, read on after the jump.
Some people are able to make the switch to vaping faster than others. I used to smoke a lot of spliffs and loved how easy it was to roll up a bunch of joints and head out of for the day fully stocked. The first few times I tried vaping the process seemed to slow down my routine a little bit and after a few days found myself back to rolling. Every few weeks I would give my vape a try again but I just couldn’t make it a staple in my medicating regiment. Finally I had vape session with one of my friends and right away they started laughing at my sub-par vape pen. After going out to her car to grab her pen we loaded some more herbs and tried again. I could not believe the difference, what I was doing before was definitely not vaping.
The AtmosRx vaporizer pen was delivering huge rips and I was thoroughly impressed. By the end of the month I had stopped smoking completely and was vaping every chance I got. The best part was that I could still vape my favorite blends of medical marijuana and tobacco with ease. The AtmosRx Jr cost me a little under $90 and came with the following accessories – one mouthpiece, one heating chamber, one battery, one USB charger, a packing tool and a user manual. Now that I am vaping full time I have been buying up vaporizers left and right. Different vapes perform better in certain circumstances, for instance the AtmosRx is great for walking around with but does pack the same power as a home desktop vaporizer like the Silver Surfer.
If I am not vaping my spliff blend with the Rx Jr I am usually using the Atmos Thermo W wax pen vaporizer. This pen is awesome for personal use and heats up really fast, it also has a cool little window that allows you to look in and see how much concentrate you have left. The Atmos Thermo W comes in three different colors, you can get it Black, Lime Green, Pink, Silver and White. I have a Silver one and love it, every time people see me using it they flip out and ask for hit. Over the years I have helped many people make the switch to vaping, you don’t have to preach or shove all the facts down peoples throats. I found the best way to help people make the switch is simply letting use one your vaporizers. If you have 20+ different vapes like me just loan a few out so your friends can use them for an extended period of time. It took me months to make the switch but I am a glad I did. Not everyone is going to make the switch to vaping after just a few hits from the vaporizer.
If you own an Atmos vaporizer pen for any amount of time you have probably needed to replace some parts by now. Most people don’t realize just how many different accessories Atmos makes and the best part is many of them are interchangeable. The accessory I find myself purchasing the most is the AtmosRx Glass Screen. They are obviously made specifically for the AtmosRx vaporizer (formally the Atmos Raw) but I have a sneaking suspicion they will work well in other vaporizers as well. These screens are great for helping with people that are frequently experiencing the combustion of their herbs. The glass screens act as a buffer and protect your finely ground marijuana from coming in direct contact with the heating element.
The Atmos Protank Mini is a really great tank that is great for your e-juice. It was designed using 510 threading which means it will work with a wide variety of different batteries. Even though they the term “mini” the Atmos Protank can hold a substantial amount of liquid and tops out around 1.5ml which is more than enough to keep you vaping all day long. Another feature that sets the Protank Mini apart is that it is able to break down into multiple pieces meaning that if one part breaks you wont need to replace the entire tank, you can mix and match pieces.
If you are vaping a lot of cannabis concentrates like wax you are going to want to check out the Atmos Bulb Cartridge which is probably better described as a glass dome. The mouthpiece pops out and using a dabber tool to load your wax onto the coil becomes a very simple process. When I first started vaping wax I would go through the old regiment of filling the water pipe, heating the nail and dabbing some wax. Now I just walk around with my Atmos Bulb and dab instantly anywhere at anytime I please. It is pure vapor magic.
I recently had to pick an extra Atmos Optimus 510 Mini Battery because I use my other one so much that I needed to have an alternate charged and ready to go at all time. This small but powerful battery holds more of a charge that one might think at first glance. It comes in the following different colors – White, Silver, Orange, Green, Blue and Black. I like the Silver Atmos Optimus 510 Mini battery because it matches all of my different tanks but it is nice to add a splash of color sometimes and go with something flashier like the Orange or Green. Just in case you were wondering this battery will work well with the Atmos Portank Mini.
I have been bombarded with emails lately asking me questions about a number of different Atmos vaporizers so today I thought it would be best to write a short overview of each of their different vapes. Enjoy!
Atmos Rx: This pen was designed for use with loose leaf herbs like marijuana or tobacco. It is wind proof and operates on a lithium ion battery. It heats up in seconds and is affordably priced at $159.99.
Atmos Thermo DW: A pen that should only be used with waxes and herbs. It is a very small and descreet vaporizer that allows you to vape almost anywhere undetected. The battery life is substantial and the USB charger is very easy to use.
Atmos Bullet Max: the 5-Click locking mechanism ensure that you wont accidentally activate the pen in your pocket. Compatible only with herbs this 510 pen has a ceramic heating element and comes with a packing tool.
Atmos Optimus V2: Specifically designed for use with thin oils and e-juice the Optimus V2 is a handy pen that has a wickless oil chamber. It comes with a USB charger, wall adapter, user manual, battery and oil cartridge.
Atmos Jewel: The Jewel is compatible with both herbs and waxes and the compact size makes it very portable. You can purchase the vaporizer in five different colors and those colors include Black, Red, Green, Pink and White.
Atmos Ole: The Ole is a pen that should only be used e-juice and comes with with an easy-fill tank that lives up to its name. The small size and extended battery life makes this vaporizer a no-brainer for the low price of $39.99.
Atmos Bullet-2-Go Plus: Equipped with 3-in-1 compatibility the Bullet-2-Go can vaporize herbs, oils and waxes. The vaporizer itself is easy to use and heats up quickly, you will be vaping in no time at all.
Atmos Optimus X: Another 510 vaporizer that has one-button activation and was designed for use with e-juice. It comes in a variety of colors that include Black, White, Silver, Purple, Pink, Orange and Green. This is a great daily vape and travels well, just be careful not to drop it!
Atmos Stratus: A pen that is great for waxes and other cannabis concentrates. You can charge the pen virtually anywhere thanks to the USB charger and whats even better is that auto-draw heat activation system help extend the battery life even further.
Atmos Rx JR: One of the more popular Atmos vaporizer pens this vape should only be used with herbs. Make sure to clean it regularly to extend the life of the ceramic heating heating chamber. The packing tool is handy but at times can be easy to lose.
Atmos Bullet-2-Go: For just $36.99 you can own one of the best portable weed vaporizer pens available. The wickless heating chamber and lithium ion heating battery will have you vaping herbs or waxes in a matter of seconds.
Atmos Thermo W: One of the better wax pens you can purchase from Atmos the Thermo W is lightweight and compact. The atomizer is powerful but needs to be cleaned often and the tank cover can become junked up if you don’t take care of it. The vaporizer costs $59.99 and comes with a user manual.
Atmos Optimus 510: An e-juice vaporizer that comes with a measuring scale that is compact and easy to operate. The Atmos Optimus 510 is a great vaporizer pen for beginners that are just getting into the art of vaporization.
Pen vaporizers can be tricky, but luckily there are plenty of instructions out there to learn from. Atmos also has a ton different vape pens and not all of them operate the same way so it is important to know how to use it properly from the get. If you load the wrong the materials into your vaporizer or use in a manner that it was not intended for you can get into a lot of trouble quickly. Today we will look at some of the different Atmos pen vaporizers and talk about what makes them tick.
The most popular of all the Atmos pen vapes is the Atmos Rx, formally known as the Atmos Raw. It is a portable pen vape that uses a lithium ion battery and has no cords or wires. It is lightweight and very discreet. The Atmos Rx is also windproof making it a great choice for walking in the park or trips to the beach. The heat up time is fast and the pen vaporizer is capable of reaching max temperature in a matter of seconds. Overall it is a great pen vaporizer that is intended for use with lose leaf finely ground marijuana.
The next pen vaporizer that we are going to talk about today is the Atmos Thermo DW pen vape. It is compatible with herbs and waxes and is designed to fit easily into your pocket. It is lightweight and very easy to operate, the one button operation will make sure that there are no mistakes. With your purchase of the Thermo DW pen vaporizer you will get one battery, one dry herb chamber, one waxy oil chamber, one tank cover, a packing tool, one USB charger and a user manual.
The Atmos Bullet Max vaporizer is another pen that has been making waves as of recent. It is intended for use with herbs and nothing else, do not try to load wax into this pen it could break. This is a 510 pen that has a 5-click locking mechanism and is very simple to operate. The battery and ceramic heating chamber are above average and the USB charger allows you to charge the pen vaporizer almost anywhere. The only thing I dont like about it is that it only comes in two colors, black or white, other than that it is a handy pen that will get the job done.
A lesser known vaporizer pen that is great for use with e-juice or oils is the Atmos Optimus V2 vaporizer pen. They recently released and updated version of the pen that has new relaxed grip and wickless oil chambers. It also has a measuring scale on the side of the tank so you can easily tell exactly how much you have loaded/consumed. The one button activation is simple and straight forward and the user manual covers anything else you might want to know about the vape pen.
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.
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.
Today we are going to talk about how Atmos came to dominate the market for weed vaporizers. It is no easy task to emerge as the number supplier of vaporizer pens in this new day and age but somehow, against all odds Atmos was able to do just that. The first thing they did to separate themselves from the pack was to build a brand. They stuck to their guns and did not waiver, they had a clear goal in mind.
Atmos was determined to create the greatest weed vaporizer the world had ever see. Not everyone wanted them to succeed either. Some pen vaporizer companies were openly wishing for them to fail and doubting that they could produce a pen that was capable of vaporizing marijuana and cannabis concentrates. Doubt and name calling however were not enough to deter Atmos from seeing their goals realized.
My personal favorite Atmos vaporizer is probably the Atmos Stratus. It a small and sleek e0cig that that comes with a lithium Ion battery, wireless USB charger, two empty cartridges, a carrying case and one user manual. You can get it in white, black or silver, I definitely prefer the white vape but they all look really good IMO. They are also super cheap and only cost $39.95 which is significantly less than most other pen vapes.
The reason they are so cheap is because they don’t spend a ton of money on marketing like other companies do. Atmos just focuses on creating a quality product and let their customers do the talking for them. Grenco Science make a really good weed pen vaporizer too but they cost twice as much because they spend so much money promoting their product. You can fault Grenco for promoting their pen vaporizer but you will understand why their pen costs twice as much.
Another one of my favorite pens that Atmos makes is the Rx Jr. It is basically the same as the Atmos Rx but even more compact which is pretty impressive if you ask me. It heats up almost instantly and will have you vaping weed in a matter of seconds. It comes with a ceramic heating chamber and is extremely easy to use. If you are looking to get some a vaporizer as a gift but they are new to vaping this is great vape to give them.
The one button activation couldn’t be simpler and the accessories it comes with are more than adequate. With your purchase of the AtmosRx Jr you will get one user manual, one packing tool, one USB charger, a battery, one heating chamber and a mouthpiece. Everything you need and then some. The Atmos Rx Jr usually sell for around $90 so if you are paying more than that you are paying too much.
I wonder if Dale Earnhardt, Jr. listens to Dale Earnhardt, Jr. Jr. while making all those left turns in his NASCAR races? He might have been distracted by the indie-pop-meets-house beats of the Detroit, MI indie duo while racing in Talladega, AL this weekend. He only led 4 laps of the Aaron’s 499 race which is surprising considering that he won Daytona 500 earlier this year. Let’s take a look at the albums he would have been jamming out to; I feel certain this was part of the reason for Earnhardt, Jr’s distractions and poor strategy at Talladega Raceway.
The Speed of Things - While songs like “Beautiful Dream” and “Don’t Tell Me, ” are fun danceable jams, I have to say that “Run” is absolutely the gem of the band’s 2013 album. Its infectious choral harmonies call to mind the best of Washed Out and the Casio-style synth arpeggios keep the energy light and accessible; the song is an absolutely euphoric summer anthem. I dare you to listen to this tune without tapping your toes and cracking a big shit-eater grin. “Knock Louder” reminds me a little bit of Strawberry Fields-era Beatles and new Of Montreal both in the rich instrumentation as well as the lyrics: “If you should be first to pass on, even if i am still quite young, / Don’t believe that I will ever give my heart to anyone but you.” The album really opens up during the track “If You Didn’t See Me (Then You Weren’t On the Dancefloor),” a post-modern celebration of the concert-going experience. It’s a patently obvious paeaen to DJ culture, but I’m willing to forgive its heart-on-sleeve nature because the bass and melodies are just so appealing.
All in all this is an aptly named album for this band and is on the whole quite satisfying if only a bit scatterbrained. That’s not a bad thing.
It’s a Corporate World – This 2011 album features a hilarious album cover that plays on “The Kramer” from Seinfeld and is more of a lyrical and melody feast than the 2013 follow-up, which focuses heavily on the danceability factor. On Corporate we encounter plaintive ditties like “Skeletons” which reminds me a little bit of Dirty Projectors mixed with Vampire Weekend. It’s possible Dale Jr was listening to Dale Jr Jr spit out clever lines like “It’s a corporate world. I’m a corporation and I’m cutting back.” He was probably struck with the irony of driving a car that is basically a walking billboard for The National Guard.
Or maybe he was wistfully singing along to the McCartney-esque single “Simple Girl” which opines “She’s a simple girl. She’s governed by simple pleasures. She won’t let you meet her family, but she’ll show you pictures.” No matter what his reasons, we’re sure that the relaxing and dreamy atmospheric pop of Dale Earnhardt Jr, Jr would be enough to take the edge off for this race.
Next time he’s got a big race, Dale should probably listen to something louder, more metal, and less eponymous. What do you think would be the ideal race day playlist?