The Atmos RX Ceramic Filter is compact and easy to travel with because it easily fits into your small bag of vaping supplies. The Atmos RX Ceramic Filter measures about 1 inch wide by about 2 inches tall and weighs just a few ounces. The filter is constructed such that there are nine holes for the vapors to pass through. The holes form a circular shape around the face of the filter.
Ceramic is a natural material that is strong and durable. This filter is easy to maintain and will last for many years of daily use. The filter will maintain its shape and is unlikely to crack if dropped. You do not have to worry about scratching the surface, as ceramic is naturally textured. The smooth airflow through the ceramic means you get an even density of vaping cloud. This type of vaping pen filter is best if you tend to use the same product each time that you vape. Ceramic has a memory and will absorb some of the product's natural oils. This means that the scents and tastes of your vaping cloud will get stronger with use until you clean the filter.
Ceramic is porous and absorbs moisture. You should not use water or soap to clean the Atmos RX Ceramic Filter. The best way to cleanse the Atmos RX Ceramic Filter is to begin by using a toothpick or paperclip to poke through the holes. This removes any buildup that is clogging the filter. You will also need to regularly clean the area of the Atmos RX Ceramic Filter where it connects to the vaporizer pen's battery. To do this, dip a cotton swab into rubbing alcohol. Wipe the cotton swab around the area of the battery connection. If the swab picks up oil or residues, repeat this process with new swabs until there is not any leftover residue on the cotton. If your filter is especially clogged, you can let the Atmos RX Ceramic Filter sit in a small bowl of rubbing alcohol for a few hours. Allow the filter to air dry for about an hour until you put it back.