Atmistique is a Greek e cig company that advertises a “try before you buy” policy. They invite customers to come to their shop in Athens, but you have to pay for the flight. Notice their prices are in Euros, but a few American e-tailers sell Atmistique goods.

Atmistique Review

The basic starter kit at Atmistique is a CE4 blister pack with one full unit (atomizer and battery) and a USB charger. For more than double the price you can buy a Mod eGoV6 variable voltage mod. It uses two 16340 batteries and the kit comes with a battery case. You also get two pairs of 700mAh batteries and a charger that holds two at a time.

A 280mAh 510-T kit is packaged in a sophisticated box with molded foam spaces for the hardware. There are two batteries, two atomizers, five filters, a USB charger, and wall adaptor. Continue to explore mods like the Cisco, Empire, and Siam for more control and tons of vapor production.

A page for chargers shows some sophisticated equipment like a Sysmax i4 intelligent charger and an Xtar MP2 that allows you to switch between 3volt and 3.7volt batteries.

E-liquids from After-8 come in 0 to18mg of nicotine and flavors like Smokey Caramel, Red Alert, and Jack which has a honey/spice pipe tobacco flavor. Atmos Lab sells 10, 20, and 30ml bottles of e liquid such as Cinnamon Cookies and RY69. As soon as I tried to look up Atmos liquids, the language switched from English to Greek, so I cannot tell you much.

Customers who want full information about Atmistique will want to explore reviews on the internet because there is too little information on the company’s site. Service is apparently top notch and clients are typically happy with their purchases.

The Atmistique Scuba Tank is excellent quality and fits with the Atmistique Diver, a rebuildable atomizer with a 510 thread. Consumers find the sealing is very good on one of these. If I read correctly, a Flangeless V2 Diver can be used with other brands of tanks.