The Transporter is another product out by the Atmos Vapes company. The Transporter dry herb vaporizer looks like a flask, and whether they meant this or not we are not sure. But the Atmos Transporter looks cool, has a nice quality feel to it, and this convection vaporizer is guaranteed to have you blowing vapors all day and night.
The Atmos Transporter marks both Atmos' first conduction vaporizer for dry herbs and its stealthiest design yet. Those two things are enough for me to recognize this as Atmos' best vape for dry herbs, with the Atmos Orbit vape pen in a close second (depending on your preference for the shape and design of the devices).
The chamber in the Transporter features what Atmos is calling an "embedded heating element." This means, like other conduction vaporizers, there are no exposed heating coils. Instead, the chamber works like a convection oven, getting hot enough to cause your dry herbs to produce vapor through direct contact. The vapor is pure, smooth, and ample with the Transporter.
The Transporter is designed to throw the unsuspecting bystander off. It purposefully looks more like a flask than a vaporizer, making it look like you're taking a sip while you're actually taking a toke. Pretty cool. Perhaps the only drawback is that you'll now look as though you're drinking alcohol (not ideal for driving!), but at least, for most circumstances, it's the lesser of the two vices.
The bottom swivels out to reveal the hidden heating chamber, and the top cap unscrews to reveal the mouthpiece. And at roughly 7.25 cubic inches (3.25 x 2.25 x 1) and weighing in at 6 ounces, the device is small and lightweight enough to fit in your pocket without any problems.
Stay stealthy with the swivel-style heating chamber cover
If you're not grinding your dry herbs, the chamber can hold a large bowls worth of material. If you're using a grinder (recommended), then you can get two bowls worth inside the heating chamber.
After loading up your herbs, it takes about 45 seconds for the heating chamber to heat up. After that, you're ready to vape at your own pace--puffing as frequently as you desire. The odor is kept to a minimum (noticeable if someone is actually sniffing the device up close). If you screw the cap on, the odor is kept to a minimum. You will get nice, visible vape clouds that dissipate quickly.
Overall, the Transporter is Atmos' best vaporizer device yet for dry herbs. If you still want a vape for both wax and dry herbs, look into the new R2, and of course the long-time staples, the Atmos Rx and Atmos Jr. But if you don't want to work with glass screens, won't be using wax concentrates, and want absolutely no combustion, the Transporter is the way to go.