Atmos Vicod Vaporizer Review


When it comes to portability and discretion, there can be no denying that the pen style is the vaping device of choice. Take a look around at people who vape, though, and you will see a wide variety of different vaporizers now on display. Many of those new styles are vapes that are predominantly used for dry herbs, where temperature controls are usually a lot more important to the user. Atmos has emerged as one of the leading manufacturers of this style of vaporizer, and while they often go with the pen style, they also have a few models in their line-up that are a little different. One of those that falls into the non-pen style is the Atmos Vicod Vaporizer. This is a device that is still designed to be portable, so let’s take a look and see if it’s one that is worth carrying around on a regular basis.

Getting to know the Atmos Vicod

Portability – This device is wider than your average vape pen, but it is also still incredibly portable. You may lose some of the discretion that you get with a pen, but not much.

Ease of Use – The Vicod is one that is easy to use right out of the box, even for those who may not have a lot of experience with a personal vaporizer. Easy to follow, and very little in the way of draw resistance make this one a good choice for vapers of varying experience levels.

Power Source – This may well be where the Vicod sets itself apart from the pack, as it comes with an incredible battery that will generally last the entire day without needing to be recharged.

Prep Time – The chamber is easy to load, and the 30-second heating time is pretty fast for a convection vaporizer. The one downside is that access to the chamber can be tricky due to a mouthpiece that isn’t so easy to remove.

Temperature Settings – Flexibility is the name of the game with this device, as you can set the temperature between 350 and 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Plenty of opportunity to get your settings suited to your specific tastes.

Vapor Quality – With this being a convection vaporizer, your materials are heated rather than burned. This means that you get great flavor and a very consistent vapor quality throughout your entire session.

Pricing – The Vicod is priced right around the $100 mark, which is very competitive when compared to other vaporizers that us a convection heating set-up.

Guarantee – This is another area where you get real value for money, as Atmos delivers a 5-year warranty on all the devices in their line-up.

Pros and Cons


  • Great price point for a convection vaporizer
  • Vapor quality is excellent from start to finish
  • Highly portable
  • Exceptional battery life
  • Impressive 5-year warranty
  • A variety of different temperature settings
  • Easy to read LCD display


  • Longer sessions will lead to the mouthpiece becoming very hot
  • A little less discrete than a pen style vaporizer
  • The mouthpiece can be tricky to remove when loading the chamber