The Atmos Greedy is a durable Stainless Steel Heating Attachment that works with most box mods and 510 batteries. Equipped with adjustable airflow and a splash prevention mouthpiece, the attachment uses a massive Stainless Steel Coil/Quartz Rod Heating Chamber, capable of holding an impressive amount wax consistency products, to produce potent and flavorful vapor.
Additional Twisted Coil/Quartz Rod and Clapton Coil/Quartz Rod Heating Chamber options sold separately.
Size: h 2.12 in, d .875 in
This Kit Includes:
1 – Stainless Steel Coil/Quartz Rod Heating Chamber
1 – Stainless Steel Mouthpiece
1 – Stainless Housing
1 – Adjustable Airflow Base
2 – Replacement Silicon Rubber Bands
Caution: There is no form of temperature control built into the Greedy or heating chambers compatible with the Greedy. Therefore, the temperature of the heating element and of the stainless steel housing is entirely dependent on user operation. Heating chambers compatible with the Greedy can reach extremely high temperatures if used improperly, putting both the user and the device at risk of harm. Atmos does not take any responsibility for personal injury, or any form of damage caused by misuse of the Greedy. Let the heating element and all portions of the device in contact with the heating element cool before handling.
To ensure peak performance, when using the Greedy with compatible heating chambers and a variable wattage battery, we recommend using a range of 5-15 Watts, unless otherwise specified in the heating chambers manual. If you are using a temperature control battery with any of the compatible Greedy heating chambers, we recommend a temperature between 300 and 400 degrees. We also recommend that users power their device in intervals of about 3-4 seconds to avoid over working any of the compatible heating chambers. Using settings higher than those outlined here may cause damage to the heating element. Pulsing rates and discharging rates vary with different brands of batteries, so these settings will not be true for all brands of batteries. We highly recommend starting at 5 Watts and moving up slowly if needed.