Brain Fogger Wax Atomizer Pen Tank


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Brain Fogger makes vaping wax and concentrates extraordinary. Turn your vape pen into a fantastic rig without spending a fortune! Get one today! This device comes with the famous "B" Coil. "A" coils sold separately.

The All New
The Brain Fogger wax pen atomizer offers unprecedented performance and control in the world of vaping concentrates.
With our new Reverse Stacked Coil design, it will melt the concentrates on the upper coil and then it will flow to the lower coil for vaporization. This advanced technology allows us to pack the power of a traditional rig into a small and easy-to-use wax tank.
The control is in your hands with the Brain Fogger. Use this wax tank with your current vaping gear (with Temperature Control or Wattage Control) and enjoy amazing flavor and vapor from your concentrates!
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Diameter: 22 mm
Height: 58 mm
Weight: 78.3 g
Chamber: 4 ml
Thread type: 510 Gold plated
Material: 304 stainless steel
What's Included
  • Brain Fogger vape pen atomizer
  • Dab Tool
  • Heat-sensitive airflow base
  • Rubber tank protector
  • User Manual
  • Gold plated 510 connectors
  • Gift Box
  • DOA Day Warranty Factory defect
Detachable Structure for Easy Cleaning
Easy to use and easy to clean.
You will love Brain Fogger!

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  • 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful

    tastes like burning plastic!!!

    Ive tried to burn off whatever residue tastes so bad, but it never goes away. it ruins the flavor of my dabs. It is a good looking product, and it works well, but the horrible smell and taste ruins it.

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  • 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful

    Works Great! Tips and tricks.

    This delivers what it promises. I'll share a few observations and my personal preferences. The coil units attach to the base and are covered with a removable glass chamber/mouthpiece. The glass is going to break the first time your mod tips over, in spite of the provided rubber safety ring, so I recommend buying a replacement with your initial purchase and transporting your device in something impact resistant.

    The coil unit has a bowl, within which the coil (Type-B) is mounted. What you'll see when you look into the bowl is the top of a white ceramic cube with holes in it on all sides. The actual heating wires are baked into the cube with leads coming out of the bottom that pass through the bottom of the bowl, which connects to the base, which connects to the battery in your mod.

    So, basically, there is nothing securing the cube in place except the two thin wires that it's perched upon. You can easily wiggle it around horizontally within what little room there is to do so. I'm assuming any upward, pulling pressure would break the wires and any downward pressure would crush them. Wax is always something of a challenge to transfer from one surface to another. Your initial instinct is going to be to scrape some wax onto a dab tool and then try to mash it onto the top of the cube. Don't do that. You'll crush the wires and compromise their integrity.

    It's a little tricky, but what I do is try to scrape the dab off onto the top edge of the bowl, then just tease it around until it's as unstuck as it can be from that edge, so I can take a swing at getting the dab attached back to the tool in the slimmest way possible. Then your aim is to touch it to the top of the cube so that there's more dab surface area in contact with the cube than there is with the tool, allowing you to unstick the tool from the dab, leaving the golden droplet where you want it.

    Now, if you just hold your power switch, you will see the dab melt and then start to bubble and dance around on the cube. I presume that, if continued, this is going to result in lots of splatter, throwing your wax onto the sides of the glass. What I do is hit the power until I see it starting to bubble and then let it go. The cube retains the heat for awhile and you will see your wax stop bubbling and be drawn down into the holes in the cube. This is what you want. You want as much wax as possible to be in contact with as much heated surface area as possible to produce the most vapor in the shortest time. That's what this configuration has over all the others: More heated surface area.

    The manual, the packaging, and the press copy all say that the voltage limit for this unit is 20 watts. I set my Vaporshark to 20 watts and the first coil burned out within 6 puffs. So I set it to 15 watts and the replacement coil has had no problems in the two weeks of daily use so far.

    The only thing that I would knock is the price. I just went to a vape shop with a friend and he bought a little dab kit for $30. Don't recall the brand, but it looked a bit like the Ego-W Mini. Very small, self-contained, rechargable, and virtually unbreakable. Replacement coils were only $3 each, which is a bit more attractive than the $15 a unit price for the Fogger replacements, and they seem to last a good while. Nothing fancy about it. You just drop the dab straight onto some bare coils in a tiny bowl. It didn't quite keep up with the fogger in vapor production, but it definately got the job done. Just a matter of taking 3 puffs for each one you might take with a Fogger. The disadvantage is that you can't see the vapor as you're using it, like you can with the Fogger, to get some kind of preview of how thick the vapor is that's about to hit your lungs.

    Pro-Tip: All of the waxes I've tried so far have resulted in pretty uncomfortable coughing fits, even with realtively small hits. Sometimes even ten minutes later I'm still getting delayed coughing aftershocks, and I have no inherient lung issues.
    What I discovered with the fogger is that I can just let the dome fill up with lots of vapor until it gets really thick, let it sit there a few seconds, and then hit it. No coughing. You won't get as much as you would taking a long, straight draw. So you might need to do the cooling chamber trick 3 or 4 times in a row to get the same effect.

    If you did nothing but hit the power switch and wait, the vapor often just sits around at the bottom, out of sight, inhibiting the production of more vapor under the weight of what's already there. So when it starts to produce vapor, I take the super-tiniest little sip of air from the top, just to draw air up and start it swirling, and that gives it the motion it needs for new vapor to mix in freely. Then you can watch it get thicker and thicker. When the vapor has almost stopped swirling, you've pretty much reached max saturation and can disengage for cooling. Then count to 4 and hit that stuff.

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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    Very Satisfied

    I've been looking around for a reliable attachment that is good on-the-go. I tried out several other attachments before I found Mig Vapor. Initially, I had tried out the Black Sub-Herb tank. It came in handy for dry herb but for concentrates, it was a little lackluster. I'd have to apply a lot of concentrate in order to get the desired effects, which was somewhat cumbersome. Luckily, the folks at Mig recently developed the 'Brain Fogger' attachment for concentrates. On a whim, I decided to buy it. To my delight, the Brain Fogger packs an unexpected punch. I wouldn't say it's a good replacement for rigs or other smoking utensils altogether, but if you happen to be away from any smoking apparatuses and need a quick toke, I don't think you can do any better than the Brain Fogger. I would highly recommend this attachment to any other stoners who occasionally vape (and are from states with legalized marijuana laws).

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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    Taste burnt

    I think applying wax before you heat the nail ruins one of my favorite things about wax... the taste. Other than that the product works as advertised. I'm more disappointed in the youtubers and their misleading reviews.

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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

    off taste

    Saw so many great reviews about this product and really dont have to many complaints. never saw anybody mention the horrible taste it gives off, almost like a chemically plastic taste. Not sure if its just mine but it really takes away from the experience. Ive hit many pens and yes a lot can have a off taste but this one seems the worse

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Does the Brain Fogger come with the A coil or B coil?
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Will it also work when I put only kief in there?
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Will this work with the smok al85
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i just used the brain fogger and took 3 dabs but i loaded it again and it said the ohms are too low and i don't know what's wrong with it
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I'm excited about trying the Brain Fogger with concentrates, however is it possible to use with dry herbs, either as is or with an attachment?
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