Sometimes you buy what is called a vaporizer to reduce a toxic combustion of the herbal material. And what you get eventually is a heating coil right inside the chamber, that directly contacts your herbs and burns them down, resulting in an unpleasant vaping (or smoking?) experience. Atmos Orbit Dry Herb Vaporizer is the one that will make you forget about all the rest. This is a real vapor, guys. Atmos Orbit is very easy to use, and it brings you only the smoothest flavor ever. Let’s find out what makes it so special.
Atmos Orbit Vaporizer Features
- High-grade ceramic heating chamber
- Scratch resistant anodized shell
- Leather base grip
- One-button activation
- Easy to use
What’s in the box
- Orbit Vaporizer
- Chamber Connector
- Rubber Mouthpiece
- Packing tool
- Cleaning Brush
- User Manual
Size: approximately 7′ inches in length and 1′ inch in diameter
Colors: Black and brown
At first glance, the Atmos Orbit looks huge. Let’s be honest, this one is not going to be your favorite stealthy vaporizer that you can hide in your hand and walk around. If you vape the Atmos Orbit, everyone will notice you doing it. If you are looking for more portable options, look at the Amos Transporter. In total, the diameter of the Orbit is just under an inch, and the height is about 7 inches. Overall, Atmos Orbit isn’t small for a vape pen, but it packs a pretty hefty battery. If that’s ok, let’s move on.
The appearance is crazy. With that leather and matte covering, plus chrome surface of metal parts it looks fantastic. There’s also a silicone heating guard in the kit, so you can cover the top part of the device if you appear to be sensitive to the vaporizer heating thing. It feels grippy, so I found it very useful. The whole build feels hefty and nice in hand.
The rubber mouthpiece is a good idea, in my opinion. It never gets too hot, and it’s comfortable to use. The only issue that I can see this far is that it might be a little not hygienic. If you put this thing in your pocket or pass it over to a friend, and then put in in your mouth, some bacterias may travel this way right into your body. On the back side of the mouthpiece, I found a ceramic filter. Aw, thanks, Atmos! Now I’m going to get the cleanest vapor ever!
Moving on, I should say there’s a decent size of the heating chamber. You need to unscrew the mouthpiece to get to it. By the way, the mouthpiece is the only thing that comes off in this build. It’s pretty comfortable and requires neither much space nor many accessories to vape it. The cool thing is that the chamber has a LED backlight. Such a nice feature, because you can see the amount of herbs left inside and you can clean the chamber efficiently.
Using the Atmos Orbit Dry Herb Vaporizer
After grinding the material, I put some amount inside of the chamber. I didn’t overpack it, just leaving some space inside. Not reaching the top for nearly one quarter seemed okay. Then I put the mouthpiece back on. The Atmos Orbit was fully charged before I started using it.
Basically, to begin vaping, you need to do a few simple steps, typical for this kind of vaporizers. First, you need to press the button five times consecutively. Then hold the button for a few seconds to heat the material. When the button turns green, you’re ready to go.
There is an automatic shut-off function, so you don’t have to worry about overheating. Plus, the battery stays on as long as possible.
In Atmos Orbit, the chamber is situated pretty close to the mouthpiece. So I expected the vapor to get hot in a few seconds after taking a hit. Surprisingly, it was so smooth and delicate, that I eventually could take massive rips with extremely deep direct-to-lung inhales. Apparently, the ceramic filter with the rubber mouthpiece worked well together. I received a reasonable throat hit, not too much, just the way I wanted it. Clouds of vapor were visible but quickly disappeared. Herbs are being cooked inside the chamber like in the oven – no direct contact with the heating element, and the convection airflow is blowing from the bottom and all over the chamber. That’s why I didn’t pack the herbs too tight – to let the airflow get the best of every bud.
The battery is a monster. You can tell it looking at its size, and this volume really means a good and long performance. I could use it all day long, but I didn’t. Because that massive lung hits really worked their magic. I consider Atmos Orbit to be an excellent device for experienced vapers of ground material and for those who like to vape it with friends.
Pros and Cons of the Vape
- Easy to use: operates with one button
- Battery charge: this unit does charge up pretty quickly
- Vapor quality: the vapor is also fairly hot since the heating chamber is located directly under the mouthpiece.
- Battery life: operates for a rather short period of time, so it’s one of the major drawbacks
- Size: the unit is pretty big but robust, so you don’t need to worry about breaking it.
Overall we would say that Atmos Orbit is a good vaporizer, though not unique. Be very careful while using it for long sessions, because the vape itself may get very hot because of the placement of the heating chamber. Atmos Orbit comes with a sleeve to cover the upper part of the vape, which helps to keep the heat inside and actually comfortably hold it.
The general appearance of this pen is exquisite, and it can be called a true vaporizer. One of the important issues is its weight, as the Orbit is relatively heavy compared to other vapes of the same type. Atmos Technologies did its best to take the dry herb pen vaping to the next level and raised the bar in the industry.
So the Atmos Orbit vaporizer proudly gets a 9 of 10