Just wipe it down with a damp cloth and you’re done. Remove the mouthpiece from the battery and press down on the plunger to extend the dart. Dab the dart into your wax to collect a small pea-sized amount. Place the wax into the coil chamber and then reattach the mouthpiece to the battery.
Power up the device by pressing the power button five times. Press the power button four times to cycle through the different temperature settings. Once heating is complete, inhale from the mouthpiece while holding down the power button. Temperature Settings : The Plus has three temperature settings, which are not specified in the manual or on the website. They are color coded in the following way: Blue – Lowest setting | Green – Medium setting | White – Highest setting. Vaporizer Performance : The plunger that is used to extend the dart is on top of the mouthpiece, which can make inhaling from the Plus feel a little strange at first.
You get used to it pretty quickly, but it is unusual. Just remember to make sure that your fingers are clean when using the plunger since your mouth will be going there later. Vapor Quality : The flavor produced by the Plus is very good thanks to the ceramic coil. Ceramic coils tend to heat the wax more evenly than the rod coils do. And since the ceramic coils don’t heat up as quickly, there is less burning of the wax. That is why I prefer the flavor from ceramic coils and why I enjoy using the Plus so much. The vapor tastes good at any of the settings, but the middle one is my favorite. Some people might lament the fact that the Plus doesn’t include a rod coil, like some vape pens do, but the flavor is so good that I don’t think that most will mind. The only problem anyone could have with the ceramic coil instead of a rod coil is that it doesn’t produce the dense vapor clouds that some people like. Battery Performance : The Plus uses a 520 mAh battery that lasts for just under an hour. That’s a little disappointing because that’s shorter than most vape pens. On the other hand, the supercharger means that the Plus can recharge in thirty to forty-five minutes, which is much faster than most vape pens. So ultimately, the battery life and charge time even out, but just barely. The Puffco Plus produces flavorful vapor and has some great features that you don’t see in other similarly priced vape pens. Features like the integrated dab tool and the extended sesh mode for longer sessions. Combine that with a cool, sleek look, and you’ve got one of the better vape pens around. Who is it for: Vapers who place a high priority on flavor quality above all else. Who is it NOT for: Anyone who likes to produce big, dense clouds when they vape. Umhau, MD, MPH, CPE is board-certified in addiction medicine and preventative medicine. He is the medical director at Alcohol Recovery Medicine. Umhau was a senior clinical investigator at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). When people hear the term "dabbing," they might initially think of the dance move that is believed to have originated in the Atlanta rap scene and was later popularized by football star, Cam Newton, who made "the dab" his signature touchdown celebration. In marijuana culture, dabbing refers to the dangerous process of consuming high concentrations of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the psychoactive chemical found in marijuana. And yet despite the dangers associated with the practice, it is growing in popularity, especially among teens.
Dabs—also referred to as wax, shatter, amber, honeycomb, or budder—are concentrated versions of butane hash oil (BHO) which contains highly-concentrated levels of THC.
This concentrated substance is produced through a chemical process using butane oil to extract the oils from the cannabis. Research suggests that dabs or BHO can have a THC concentration of 80% in comparison to traditional cannabis, which has a concentration of about 10-15% THC. In fact, at a minimum dabs are as much as four times as strong as a joint.