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AtmosRX Next Generation R2 Dry Herb Vaporizer Kit with Oil Bundle. Multiple Colors Available.

AtmosRX R2 Dry Herb Vaporizer

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$182.85
No Longer Available

Highlights

Versatile pen vapes your favorite waxy oils and heats dry herbs with its powerful lithium-ion battery; oil and oil chamber included

Product Details

Kit Contents

  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Anodized heating chamber
  • Chamber connector
  • Spring
  • Mesh filter
  • Ceramic filter
  • Rubber mouthpiece
  • Packing tool
  • Relaxation oil (0% nicotine)
  • Oil cartridge
  • Wall adapter
  • USB charger
  • User manual

Warning for California residents regarding Proposition 65: product contains nicotine, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Next Generation AtmosRx R2 Kit

  • Second generation atmosRX
  • Dry herb vaporizer
  • Oil adapter with measuring scale
  • Slim, sleek design
  • Heats oil evenly
  • Can also vaporize wax
  • Powerful lithium-ion battery with patent-pending spring-loaded connection
  • Special anodized genuine ceramic heating chamber
  • Heat dry herbs and vape waxy oils
  • Coated heating coil
  • Comes with a 5mL bottle of relaxation oil
  • Oil ingredients: propylene, glycol, glycerin, and artificial flavors
  • Includes an oil cartridge
  • Dimensions: Size: 6.12” (H) x 0.71” (D)

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The Fine Print

Limit 1 per order. Does not ship to AK/HI/Canada/Puerto Rico. Most orders ship within 12 business days from the redemption date. Does not ship to PO boxes. FINAL SALE; no returns unless defective. See return policy. Voucher is non-transferable. Must be 18+ to order/redeem. Goods sold by SMK24. How is the strike-through price determined?