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Yes, I can palm it in my hand so all anyone can see is the stem. Yes, I can comfortably toss it in my pants pocket with my iPhone and a dog treat I forgot was there. Yes, the storage space for the mouthpiece can be used as a stash if needed. Yes, I can use it to recharge my phone while riding the bus. On paper, this should be one of the greatest vape devices made to date. But it isn't. Forget that the sliders covering the chamber and stash don't always stay closed. Forget that as nice as it looks, it feels like a second rate, plastic knockoff. Forget that the charging cable it comes with isn't long enough to run straight up the wall from outlet to desktop. It smokes like my first car climbing the desert mountains of Southern California. I knew the pancake spiral element was exposed, but technology is getting closer to circuits that keep the coil below combustion and Atmos' own website says it vaporizes material. Um, no. It is not one of those fancy new models. It's an exposed coil and an exposed coil means combustion. The Atmos Liv is not a vaporizer; it is an electric pipe. And a cheap one, at that.