I loaded that vape pen up with some of the best herb that I have ever tasted, some Grand Daddy Purple 23% pure THC purchased from a local dispensary here in Colorado while I was visiting. I was absolutely blown away at how pure and tasty the vapor was extremely cool and smooth. I tried it once without the water pipe just for testing purposes, and soon discovered that the water was cooling down the vapor A LOT, because when I used the vape without it, it would start to burn my throat and it was starting to get really irritating, and I couldn't breathe that well. The water pipe completely eliminated that problem, so I would suggest that you test it out for yourself if you are interested in a top shelf dry herb vaping experience.
One thing that sort of bothered me about the Orbit though, was it's lack of battery life. It seemed like if you didn't turn the device off after each vape session, that the battery would die out extremely quickly. This is not very cool, and hopefully the manufacturer Atmos RX will fix this in the newer version, if they ever come out with one. Overall though I would still say it's a quality device, and one that I would highly recommend to anyone who is interested in vaping herbal blends at the push of a button. This vape heats up quickly, and it's super easy to use. It doesn't have adjustable heat settings, so just beware of that, it operates consistently at 380 degrees, which some say is a good temp and others say is a bit too hot. I think it's a bit hot, but not if you use the water pipe method as described above, because then the vapor has a chance to cool off before you inhale and it's not as harsh. Anyway, thanks for reading guys, until next time, Vaporizer Guru out!