I have yet to try this product yet, largely because I’ve been using the Pro Series by V2 lately. I have been a loyal Vapor Zone user, but this new release really has me addicted to the draw, the ease of use, and of course, the 3 in 1 capabilities of the device.
Atmos Raw Review
This vape pen gets rave reviews across the web, so it wouldn’t be right to not include it, even if I haven’t personally tested it yet. It’s like putting up a ranking of the best football teams out there but not ranking the Seahawks because you didn’t get to catch the Super Bowl.
The pull and draw reports I read online were all giving the Atmos Raw a score of PERFECT. It’s a very versatile pen, and the only criticism I’ve read is that some people have issues with the placement of the power button. To me, that’s a non factor really. To quote High Times “this was the best quality product we tested.”
Now, High Times is really rating this on the dry herb factor, which I talk about over here.
I like to rate these pens on the ability to do about everything. Dry herb, liquid, wax, oils, but mostly to smoke e-liquids. I’ll be honest, I don’t live in a place where I can legally use this for the other stuff, so I’d rather not go there.
Like most vape pens, this is an aluminum and stainless steel pen. It’s coils heat 375 – 450 F. You can use it with concentrates, flowers, glycerin even with a separate attachment.
When I get more time to test this bad boy out, and fully review it, you can count on me coming back to update this rating with more commentary. I apologize in advance if I’m just stating the obvious here, but I feel High Times gives a lot of great information in their review, which you can read here.