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  • GUARD THE GOODS

    Oxygen makes coffee stale and robs your brew of its full potential. Atmos banishes air, moisture, and odours to stop your beans from aging out before you've enjoyed the whole bag. The integrated vacuum pump sucks air out to prevent oxidation and extend coffee's shelf life by up to 50%. Choose between clear glass or upgrade to Matte Black or Matte White stainless steel for an extra layer of protection from flavour-sucking sunlight.

    An integrated vacuum pump keeps the vacuum magic all in the lid so you never have to hunt down a separate piece. Just twist the lid back and forth to remove air from the inside and watch the dot on the vacuum lock indicator drop to reveal a green ring. The vacuum is now locked to prevent oxidation and extend the shelf life of coffee and other pantry items. An airtight silicone seal stops air, moisture, odours, and other funk from seeping in.

    When the contents of your Atmos are calling your name, press the easy release button to unlock and bring the air pressure back to normal.

    Don't just limit your Atmos to coffee! You can store cereal, nuts, cookies, candy, or whatever else could benefit from the banishment of air.

    The Atmos is designed to hold a vacuum for approximately 3-4 days, storing your coffee beans to use throughout the week. It is not designed for long term shelf storage. As your coffee degasses, you may see the notch level decrease or disappear all-together, and you may need to release the pressure and reseal. How much or how fast your coffee degasses will vary depending on how recently the coffee was roasted, the type of coffee and the roast. Basically, the less gas, the longer your Atmos Canister will keep its seal!

    • Choose between three sizes: 400ml canister holds up to 6 oz of coffee beans, 700ml canister holds up to 10 oz of coffee beans, and 1.2L canister holds up to 16 oz of coffee beans.
    • Do not place Atmos upside down while storing content inside. Refrain from putting fine powder inside: flour, finely ground coffee, etc. This may cause clogging of the vacuum lid.
    • Not dishwasher safe, hand wash only
  • Atmos Vacuum Canister Instruction Manual
  • Understanding Degassing: Is Fresh Best?

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Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
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Tim (Vancouver, CA)
Minimalistic

Great storage container. Easy to use and does the job well. The glass version is the best looking, but the most fragile and needs to be in stored in the cupboard to avoid exposure to light.

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Mike B. (Markham, CA)
Works as advertised.

Works as advertised, that’s all you can really ask for! I would still recommend single dosing in individual mason jars, as repeatedly opening and closing the thing still exposes beans to a lot of air.

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Josh.L (Calgary, CA)
Best Coffee bean storage

I bought the 0.7L version of this, legit the best vacuum canister you can purchase, it keeps the beans fresh for a long time.

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Tim (Calgary, CA)
High quality

Perfect for storing fancy coffee or anything else your heart desires. Glass can break easily if you are not careful though. If you tend to bump things around your kitchen/coffee station consider getting an all black or white canister - they are more sturdy

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Eray K. (Port Coquitlam, CA)
Looks and functions great

I got the 1.2L version and I could have probably gone with the 0.7L since I don't need to store a scoop inside the canister and a 340gr bag of beans fills hardly more than half of it. It definitely helps with keeping your beans fresher for longer. I'm not sure how strong the glass is though. It does not feel particularly robust.

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
79%
(26)
9%
(3)
12%
(4)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
T
Tim (Vancouver, CA)
Minimalistic

Great storage container. Easy to use and does the job well. The glass version is the best looking, but the most fragile and needs to be in stored in the cupboard to avoid exposure to light.

M
Mike B. (Markham, CA)
Works as advertised.

Works as advertised, that’s all you can really ask for! I would still recommend single dosing in individual mason jars, as repeatedly opening and closing the thing still exposes beans to a lot of air.

J
Josh.L (Calgary, CA)
Best Coffee bean storage

I bought the 0.7L version of this, legit the best vacuum canister you can purchase, it keeps the beans fresh for a long time.

T
Tim (Calgary, CA)
High quality

Perfect for storing fancy coffee or anything else your heart desires. Glass can break easily if you are not careful though. If you tend to bump things around your kitchen/coffee station consider getting an all black or white canister - they are more sturdy

E
Eray K. (Port Coquitlam, CA)
Looks and functions great

I got the 1.2L version and I could have probably gone with the 0.7L since I don't need to store a scoop inside the canister and a 340gr bag of beans fills hardly more than half of it. It definitely helps with keeping your beans fresher for longer. I'm not sure how strong the glass is though. It does not feel particularly robust.

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