Who's the Sai Atomizer Top Air Flow for?
The Sai Atomizer Top Air Flow (TAF) works with every coil in the Sai catalog, including the bucket coils that best mimic expensive nails found in high priced dab rigs. It’s a pocketable vaporizer for load-as-you-go herbal extracts (also called concentrates, wax, etc.) that performs as well as more expensive home rigs, but without the high price tag or being chained to the wall. The Sai Atomizer Top Air Flow comes in black, stainless steel and titanium, and comes packaged with the Titanium Bucket Coil.
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Fast, tasty and potent
The Sai (short for Saionara) atomizer is no joke, with tasty, potent hits in seconds, no matter which version you go with. Keep the power and temperatures low for light and tasty hits, or crank it up for clouds as thick as you want!
Durable, quality construction
The Sai is built to last. The housing is made of stainless steel or titanium, with no glues or solder. The included bucket coil uses a ceramic donut heater underneath a titanium bucket to vaporize your extracts just like you would on a nail at home. Cleanup is a breeze with the titanium bucket - no more wires and crevices with oily buildups! We lab tested the titanium bucket to confirm you’re getting what you paid for.
Different coils for different styles
The Sai has well over a dozen coils (and counting!) to choose from, so you can mix it up when you get bored with the titanium bucket. Each coil offers an excellent, and slightly different, hit style. There’s something for everyone from flavor-savors to cloud-chasers.
Sai vs Sai Top Air Flow
The original Sai directs air flow from the bottom, through the coil and into the mouthpiece. This works fine with all the metal wire and ceramic donut coils, but the bucket coils seal the top and block the air flow. The Top Air Flow cap allows air to flow in above the coil, but can also be sealed off to work with all the other Sai coils. If you don’t have a Sai yet and want to use the bucket coils, the Sai Atomizer Top Air Flow (TAF) is the one to get. If you already have a Sai and want to expand to the bucket coils, grab the Top Air Flow Cap with Titanium Bucket that also fits the original Sai.
This is the first extract-only product offered here at Planet of the Vapes, so we need to state the obvious - the Sai is not for dry herbs.
If you go with one of our Sai atomizers without power and intend to use your own box mod, make sure it’s capable of pushing out at least 75 watts. And if you plan to use any of the titanium wire coils, make sure your box mod has a TC-Ti mode (temperature control for titanium). The Titanium Bucket coils work best on TC-Ni (temperature control for nickel).
What's in the box
- Sai Atomizer Top Air Flow
- Titanium Bucket Coil
- 2 O-rings
- Dab Tool
- Coil Settings Guide
This is an upgrade for me from the Source Orb atomizer. So far, this is way better in every way. I'm a casual smoker so this is right up my alley. If you're blazing like it's a competition, I can't give you credible advice.
A+ customer service
At first i didn't know how to use it correctly. I got a hold of the tech. and boy did he helped me out. I'm so satisfied with this product, even more satisfied with the service.
Happy I was able to help. Let us know if you need anything else in the future, Kai. With best regards, Larry
Best concentrate device, period.
It's been super easy to use, and easier than anything else I've ever seen to clean out. Hits really well, really clean, and reliably thanks to the temperature control coil. I will be giving away my glass piece because it's not worth the effort anymore
Great products, great, quick service!
I purchased a stainless steel TAF with an included Ti Bucket and an extra kanthal black coil. At first I wasn't able to get good hits from the TAF but once I read the instructions on the settings for each coil- I was finally able to hit it really good. Now let me tell you, the TAF with the bucket hits and feels like a real dab rig. I haven't had the chance to really get the hang of the kanthal coil but I’ll make sure to update as soon as I get it working. Thanks, POTV