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The beaker base allows more water which allows more filtration for a bigger hit. This is a high selling item and a must have for every smoke shop. Made in Southern California, Bio water pipes are engineered for those who want the quality and durability of a high-end piece at an affordable price. Bio water pipes are made from high-grade borosilicate glass and comes with a glass on glass downstem and bowl. Diameter: 50mm Thickness: 5mm Base: Beaker Joint: Female 19mm Downstem: 19/14, 5″ Bowl: 14mm Funnel Bowl With Curved Handle COMES WITH FREE BIO BAG! Getting your hits with concentrates is now becoming a trend in recreational smoking. They offer more flavor and have higher potency compared to herbs. Because of its popularity, manufacturers are coming with new designs almost every year to help you enjoy them. Consumers are turning their attention to concentrates because of the absence of combusting materials. Concentrates are known to provide the purest flavor of your favorite strains. They are the extracted essences of herbs and flowers containing all the desirable elements that make smoking them enjoyable. Gone are the excess plant material and impurities that can interfere with the taste and experience of smoking herbs. There are two ways to enjoy your concentrates: through a dab rig or a dab pen. We’ll talk about the differences between the two to help you decide which one to go for. First on the market for consuming concentrates is the dab rig. It’s essentially a bong fitted with a nail instead of a bowl. The nail can be made of glass, quartz, ceramic, or titanium – all of which offer different smoking experiences. It’s called a dab rig because you only take a dab of your concentrate to get hit that you need. To get your hit from concentrates, you need to use a blow torch to heat up the nail. The moment you say torch, a lot of smokers will raise their hands and walk away. E-Nails answer the needs of those who wish to do dabs without the risk of singeing their skin. The problem is e-Nails make you dependent on an outlet. Where the outlet is, that’s where you can get your dabs. Dab rigs are just like bongs that have nails or bangers to hold in your concentrates. Next on the line of the dabbing evolution is the vape pen, or technically called dab pens. Instead of using a torch or high voltage boxes for dabs, you have a portable battery-operated unit that vaporizes your concentrates.
You have a heating chamber that has either ceramic or quartz coils. Ceramic coils offer you the best flavor, while quartz coils are for cloud chasers. Just like vape pens, dab pens operate almost the same way. You load the concentrate inside the heating chamber, place put back the mouthpiece and turn it on. Unlike dab rigs, loading your concentrates may require a bit more dexterity, or you may risk ruining the coils. You have a lot of flexibility for consuming your concentrates with a dab rig. Depending on how you want your dabs, you can go low-temp or high temp.
Sometimes you can even go as high as 1000°F with your torch. Another reason why others turn away from dabbing is because of the learning curve of getting the temperature right with dab rigs. Some feel that their throat and lungs are burning because they used the nail when it was too hot. But once you get the sweet spot, the effects of a dab rig is twice as much from a pipe or a bong. Because of the size, dab pens often heat up between 350°F -750°F.