Our friends over at KnowTechie and our very own Danny Cid got the opportunity to get his hands on a Atman Hachi portable vaporizer to test and review. Instead of just sending you off to the review, we figured we could just break down some of the best parts here.
Right off the rip, Daniel is pretty impressed. His first impressions say it all:
…….Like some kind tool that was stolen from a mystical forest with its precious wooden design.
If I didn’t know better, I would have thought these were made by little elves at the North Pole, simply based on the quality of the wooden craftsmanship.
When it comes to its design, Danny doesn’t hold back in letting everyone know that he’s giving it his seal of approval:
The Hachi vaporizer is made up mostly of beautiful Rosewood that gives it a very earthy and green feel to it. It also has a cool magnetic sight glass cover to easily pack your material. The ceramic screen chamber is a nice size and can fit a good amount of material. With its single button design, it seems that the engineers at Atman were focused on keeping it simple.
But at the end of the day, it’s all about how the device performs, and guessing what Danny had to say, it seems like it did pretty well, however, there were some caveats.
What I noticed is that if you hold the button down for to long, you can end up burning your material. So it takes a bit of getting used to it.
So when it comes down to brass tax, this device costs $119, is it worth it?
There are a few other vaporizers to consider at this price range but you won’t find one that uses your iPhone charging cable and can instantly get you vaped. If you have a friend that likes high tech gadgets but also has a hippie side, than the Hachi may just be a great gift for them.
Coming in at 7.8 review, seems like it’s not the worst bet, but remember, when it comes to portable vaporizers, you essentially get what you pay for. I’m not saying that lower priced vaporizers suck, but think about it this way: If I was spending your money, would you let me spend you money on it?
To read more about the Atman Hachi, check out the rest of the review here.