There’s just too many bad jokes to be made about an $5000 ECig made from a meteorite…yep you read that right, – Meteorite Mod.  Its called the The Traveler(of course) , and there are only 5 in existance.  The ultimate in eCig luxury, we struggle to see how we’re going to show it off to our friends when its in our hands.  Ripe for a lanyard.  Insert obigitory space joke combined with eCig reference HERE.  Relik – The Traveler – Going where no man…oh nevermind. 


Its got silver ends, is 4.7 billion years old…but this thing seems like a wrap of some sort.  How can a meteorite be a wrap?


From the their website:

Meet The Traveler: The worlds first mod made of meteorite. The formation of meteorite crystals is a natural art created by the zero gravity in space. Dating back 4.7 billion years, The Traveler is .3 billion years older than our very own sun.

While the ends and pins are 92% pure silver, the true beauty of The Traveler lies in its button and tube body. Both are sculpted from Compo Del Cielo meteorite imported from Argentina.

Each unit includes a presentation box and scroll. The presentation box is made of solid stone with a soft insert to cradle your meteorite. The Relik Scrolls are wax sealed and include basic blueprints of The Traveler along with instructions to clean and maintain your mod.

And this AMAZING comment from the product page

Sometimes my daughter complains, though. She’ll say things like “Are we going to eat tonight” and “I’m tired of sleeping in the street” but then I just show her my awesome METEORITE MOD and she shuts her little bitch mouth.
Great mod, do recommend!!



Apparently the meteorites that fell onto Campo del Cielo weighed up to 37 Tonnes, and: “The craters, containing iron masses, were reported in 1576, but were already well known to the aboriginal inhabitants of the area. The craters and the area around contain numerous fragments of an iron meteorite. The total weight of the pieces so far recovered exceeds 100 tonnes, making the meteorite the heaviest one ever recovered on Earth. The largest fragment, consisting of 37 tonnes, is the second heaviest single-piece meteorite recovered on Earth, after the Hoba meteorite.[1]Wiki



Relik - The Traveler



No performance gain; but can any other vaporizer actually give you street cred on this planet and beyond?

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