Dry herb vaporizers have been one of the most popular devices for botanical consumption. They allow the herbs to be heated and the active ingredients to be extracted without reaching the point of combustion. That said, they make for great devices whether you are consuming dry herb strains for recreational or for medical purposes.
Today, we will be pitting two of the most popular portable dry herb vaporizers on the market; the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer and the Atmos Rx Dry Herb Vape. If you own any of these devices or if you are out looking for what portable dry herb vaporizer to buy, then this dry herb vaporizer review is for you. Let us find out whether the Titan 2 or the Atmos Rx Vape pen makes for the better dry herb vaporizer.
To help us gauge and measure how both portable dry herb vapes stack up against each other, we will look at them in terms of battery life, heating technology, temperature flexibility, portability, and overall build quality. So, let us not waste any more time and get right on with the review.
Right off the bat, the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer from Dark Side Vapes lords over the Atmos Rx Vaporizer with a larger and more capable battery rated at 2200mAh capacity. And while the Atmos Rx does offer a relatively capable one, it’s only rated at 650mAh capacity. The higher the battery capacity means the more power it can store and the longer it can stay up in between charges. The Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer makes for a better vaporizer to have when you are out and about because it can provide you longer sessions in between charges. This means you no longer have to search for the nearest power outlet every time you use your dry herb vaporizer.
Heating technology plays a huge role in vaporization, the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer is a device that uses convection heating to vaporize your select dry herb strains using the power of heated air. Because this effectively permeates the herbs and vaporizes the ground botanicals, convection heating lets you inhale cleaner vapors as it reduces the risk of combustion. On the other hand, the Atmos Rx Dry Herb Vaporizer uses conduction heating by default using a ceramic heating chamber with an exposed metal coil. The exposed metal coils can burn the herbs if you’re not careful, but you can use a small glass screen inside the chamber to create a barrier between the herbs and the metal coil. This somehow mimics convection heating, but you can get that out of the box with the Titan 2.
The Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer from Dark Side Vaporizers uses precision temperature controls. This means that you can accurately point the Titan 2 to where you need to be temperature wise. If you have been using vaporizers, you will know how important temperature flexibility is. Different cannabinoids get released and extracted at different boiling points and having a vaporizer that can give you the exact temperature lets you activate these cannabinoids accurately. If you’re looking for a mild effect, you can set your vaporizer to a low temperature level as the flavonoid pinene which gives your herbs that pine-scent activates at 311° F. On the other hand, if you want a more citrusy scent, take your temperature to 349° F as limonene activates at that temperature level. In the same way, THC, the psychoactive compound in the herbs, is triggered at 315° F and CBD, the curative compound, activates at 356°. The Atmos Rx offers a single heat setting heat setting and does not offer any kind of temperature flexibility. Although the result is consistent, you will have to deal with the same effect every time. That said, the Atmos Rx provides you with a limited experience.
Although both of these vapes are highly portable, technically here is where the Atmos Rx Dry Herb Vaporizer wins over the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer. Because the Titan 2 packs more features than the Atmos Rx, it does come at a larger and heavier build. On the other hand, the Atmos Rx, having been outfitted with more rudimentary features is lighter and has a more compact build. While both vaporizers are small enough to be kept inside your pocket, the Atmos Rx offers a more comfortable feel being built in the likeness of a humble office pen. On the other hand, the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer has a larger and bulkier appearance. The rugged exterior of this dry herb vaporizer does help in protecting the unit from daily use and carrying activity, but it does not contribute to it being a portable unit. If you are eyeing the Titan 2, make sure to be prepared to compromise when it comes to portability.
As we have briefly covered above, the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer is housed in a rugged exterior which makes it well suited for portable use. The buttons are also crisp, and the charging port does not look like it will easily wear out. There are also fewer moving parts which makes the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer a sturdy dry herb vaporizer. On the other hand, the Atmos Rx Vaporizer offers the same relatively high-quality components as it has been made and manufactured by one of the most respected brands on the market. The threaded connections make for a stable connection which ensures the components do not fall off where they are seated.
Based on our review, the Titan 2 Dry Herb Vaporizer has better features than the Atmos Rx Vaporizer which makes it the better choice especially for advanced consumers looking for likewise advanced features. If you are looking for a good entry-level device, the Atmos Rx can be a great option with its small and compact design with rudimentary features. And while deciding on which dry herb vaporizer best suits your needs, we hope that this guide will help you make a better decision in buying the right vaporizer whether you’re buying a brand-new device or an addition to your arsenal.
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