Atmos RX Raw Vaporizer

Atmos RX Raw Vaporizer

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The Atmos RX portable vaporizer is one of the most powerful vaporizers available for use with solid concentrates. The RX features a coil skillet style heating element and a ceramic filter to produce clean vapors in just seconds.

How it Works

After fully charging the Atmos RX’s Lithium-ion battery, you can begin loading your solid concentrates. The RX offers the option to operate with or without a glass filter accessory for added vaporization. To use without the filter, remove the chamber from the battery. Fill chamber loosely to ensure proper airflow. To use the filter, remove the spring from the chamber connected and insert filter inside heating chamber. Place solid concentrate above glass filter. Press power button firmly while drawing.

Maintenance

For best functionality, be sure to clean and maintain the RX regularly. Disconnect battery before cleaning. To clean Heating Chamber, use brush gently around chamber walls. Avoid contact with heating element. When cleaning filter, remove and clear airways. For the rubber mouthpiece, simply wipe with a moist paper towel. When the battery is depleted, charge fully before using again to maximize battery life.

What's in the Box

Atmos RX

Wall Adapter

USB Charger

Cleaning Brush Tool

Loading Tool

Bonus Glass Screen

User Manual

At 4” in length, the Atmos RX is one of the smallest, solid concentrate vaporizers available. Despite its small form factor, the Atmos RX produces large clouds of vapor at the press of a button. The RX features a coil skillet style heating element and a ceramic chamber to produce clean vapors in just seconds.

When using with aromatic blends, we HIGHLY suggest using a glass screen so that your blend does not make contact with the heating coil, which can cause overheating. Using an RX with aromatic blends and no glass screen is not recommended.

How do I use the RX?

We definitely recommend reading the full instructions located on the ‘User Guide’ tab, but here is a quick rundown on RX Usage:

Charge the RX - This could take a few hours the first time, but subsequent charges should not take longer than 46-60 minutes.

Load the RX - This is easily done by removing the mouthpiece, and using the included tool to apply your solid concentrates on top of the atomizer coil, or insert a glass screen and load your aromatic blends on top. Do not load too much, more than a sessions worth is definitely too much. Replace mouthpiece.

Power up and Draw - If the switch on the RX is locked, unlock by pressing the button five times. This enables the power switch and the RX is ready to use. Press the button and immediately begin drawing from the RX. Draw until you have had your fill, or the ten-second shut off turns the atomizer off.

How long does it take for the RX to pre-heat?

1 Second.

What determines vapor quality in the RX?

When using solid concentrates, its vital that you only use that which melts cleanly and leaves no particulate behind. This particulate can overheat when in contact with the atomizer coil, shortening its lifespan.

When using aromatic blends, ensure you have the glass screen in place. Varying your draw rate slightly will allow you to adjust the density of the vapor output, slower draws will create thicker vapors, and quicker draws will create slightly thinner vapors.

The air intake on the RX is controlled, so there is only a small amount of adjustment you can make to your draw rate.

Is the RX compatible with liquids, solid concentrates and aromatic blends?

The RX was designed mainly for aromatic blends and solid concentrates. Avoid using liquids that do not solidify at room temperatures.

Will the RX work on 240v power?

Yes. The AC adapter for the USB charging cable is rated from 100v to 240v, however you may need an outlet adapter for locations outside of North America.

USB Charging is also available.

My vapors seem thin.  What can I do to change that?

When using solid concentrates its vital that you only use that which melts cleanly and leaves no particulate behind. This particulate can turn into carbon when in contact with the atomizer coil, shortening its lifespan.

When using aromatic blends, ensure you have the glass screen in place. Different grind levels will yield different vapor qualities.

Varying your draw rate slightly will allow you to adjust the density of the vapor output, slower draws will create thicker vapors, and quicker draws will create slightly thinner vapors.

The air intake on the RX is controlled, so there is only a small amount of adjustment you can make to your draw rate.

What is the RX made from?

The atomizer coil is NiChrome, the crucible is ceramic, and the mouthpiece is silicone.

What is the heating element made from?

Nichrome. Nichrome is a non-magnetic alloy of nickel, chromium, and often iron, usually used as a resistance wire in applications from atomizer coils to toasters and beyond.

Will RX over-heat my blends?

Overheating is definitely possible. With aromatic blends, its vital that you use a glass screen. This keeps your aromatic blends from making direct contact with the coil, which can lead to overheating. Using an RX with aromatic blends and without a glass screen is not recommended.

How full should the heating chamber be?

With solid concentrates, we don’t recommend loading more than one sessions worth.

With aromatic blends, you can load as much as you can fit in the chamber, as long as you don’t load it too tightly.

How often should I stir the blend in the heating chamber?

Inspect your blends as you use the RX, the color will dictate the need for stirring.

If, after the first few times you stir your blends, you find that the blend seems to be browning evenly, you are loading it properly, and may not need to stir.

If you are finding that your blend is browning unevenly, trying loading it *slightly* more loosely.

Is there an auto-shutoff on the RX?

As a general safety rule, do not leave the RX unattended while powered on.

How do I replace the atomizer on the RX?

The atomizer coil is not rebuildable, so when it eventually expires, replace with a new one.

Atomizers will last 4-5 weeks with normal use, your experience may vary.

What size Screens does the RX use?

There are no screens in the RX, but if you want to use aromatic blends, we definitely recommend a glass screen: Atmos Glass Screen.

What type battery does the RX use?

Li-Ion, 650mAh with 601 threading.

What charging options do I have with the RX?

The AC adapter for the USB charging cable is rated from 100v to 240v, however you may need an outlet adapter for locations outside of North America.

USB Charging is also available.

How should I care for my RX?

Always allow the RX to cool COMPLETELY before cleaning, 30 minutes should be sufficient.

Use the included brush/tool to clean inside the crucible, but be EXTREMELY careful not to make contact with the atomizer coil, it can be damaged very easily.

Any solid concentrate that has collected on the outside of the RX can be cleaned with a warm, damp washcloth.

The mouthpiece and top section of the body that unscrews will incur the most buildup, especially with the use of solid concentrates. This can be cleaned by soaking in isopropyl alcohol.

Always make sure your vaporizer is COMPLETELY dry before plugging it back in.

Do not attempt any internal or external repairs to your unit as doing so may cause fatal injury – or worse – void your warranty! (Please contact us if you feel something is wrong with your vaporizer.)

How often should I clean my RX?

Inspect your RX each time you use it. Make sure the coil is working perfectly, and that no debris or buildup is clogging the holes. Check the inside of the mouthpiece often, it will get dirty the fastest.

Atomizers will last 4-5 weeks with normal use. Replace as needed.

Is it okay to use isopropyl alcohol on my RX?

Only on the mouthpiece, and the top metal section that unscrews. Do not use liquids to clean the atomizer coil.

What parts of the RX will I need to clean the most?

The mouthpiece, and the top metal section that unscrews. Check these often.

What is replaceable on my RX?

The atomizer is replaceable. Atomizers will last 4-5 weeks with normal use, however your experience will vary.

What kind of cleaning tools work best with the RX?

Only use the tool/brush included with the RX.

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