By Chris Fisher
Concentrates are so expensive, and I would like to find a way to dab it and not lose a portion of it on my fingers, or have it run down the side of my vaporizer pen. I would like a device that allows me to take a clean dose of my powerful medicine and I would like it to consistently work just as well as it did the first time. After years of dealing with low-end products that do not last more than a few months and a few gimmicks, I am ready for a little ease. Enter the Dipper by Dipstick Vapes. Although the market these days is flooded with devices for dabbing, rarely does one find a device that offers consistent quality like The Dipper. Dipstick Vapes is an American vaporizer company out of Denver, Colorado who has recently released The Dipper, their best product to date.
Anticipation has been high (pun intended) for the latest release from Dipstick Vapes. As a leading brand in the vaporizer market, they have created a product that is simple to use when hanging out in the lot before a show, or kicking it at the house. You want a dab? Then you will want to try The Dipper. The Dipper is a high-end innovative product, created for ease of use and the everyday dabber. It is extremely user-friendly and works very nicely.
Many of us nowadays prefer to only smoke dabs, and this can create a dilemma. There is just no way to do a dab conveniently without getting annoyed at the products you are using. I cannot think of a single device that allows me to take a dab without having to put the footrest on the recliner down. Nor can I think of a device that allows me to utilize one hundred percent of the shatter I bought without having to touch it. Most dabbing devices, outside of a rig, require you to handle the product with your fingers and degrade some of that costly high-end concentrate you just bought. On top of that none of them are user-friendly and there is commonly a handful of pieces that all screw together.
The primary complaint with load-your-own vape pens is that they do not work as well as dab rigs, and they are messy. The problem with dab rigs is that they require so many pieces and they are not convenient. Dab pens can be such a mess, the only time you can use one without getting the sappy concentrate on yourself is when the thing is brand new, every time after that it is a struggle. The biggest pain to deal with, however, comes with taking the device apart to use it a second time or to clean it. Once a concentrated oil dries on your device kiss that puppy goodbye, it will never be as easy to use as it was the first time. They are a pain when the oil dries on them, the temperature gets so high there is the possibility they can burn you, and they have small heating elements that do not always work when they need to. Damn, I am just trying to get high, it should not be such a process. I am sure you know that feeling of loading your dab pen full and then the heating element decides to die right in the middle of your vaping session. Such a waste. Dab rigs are effective, but they are such a process. They require a table, a bong, a torch, and three hands. I for one do not have an extra hand nor do I like using a torch, a torch never looks tasteful. Something about the way the whole set up looks has always gotten under my skin. Some of us want to do a dab like we smoke a bowl, and we want to be able to do it quickly and without the hassle that is involved with using a rig. I for one am tired of making a mess of the expensive oil I just bought. Say goodbye to all these complaints and inconveniences when using The Dipper.
When I opened the box, The Dipper did not have many parts. The device is a light handheld battery with two separate pieces that screw on to the end. The main function is that it works as an easy-to-use nectar collector with a vapor tip atomizer, I can dab right out of the jar I have my concentrate in. Its added bonus is that the nectar collector doubles as a vaporizer pen, with a quartz crystal atomizer, for when you leave the house. Just screw on the one you would like to use and get to puffin’. The mouthpiece is removable for whichever method you choose, and it looks cool too. It reminds me of Luke’s lightsaber only a third the size. The sleek design and adjustable temperatures put it in a class all by itself.
The hit I pulled through the nectar collector was comparable to a puff off a dab rig and the vaporizer was as discreet and low key as you could ask for. No longer will I deal with something that is bulky, attracts attention, or is complicated to use. I have found that The Dipper is the perfect device for the evolved dabber out there, an example of quality and convenience. Ideal for the next level concentrate connoisseur.
I would also highly recommend purchasing a Dip Whip attachment that allows for connecting the Dipper to your favorite glass piece or rig and completely eliminating that torch you have for good.
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Author Bio: Chris Fisher grew up in Dover, Delaware with his sights set on the wild west. Inspired by 80’s and 90’s- era ski movies Chris found his way to Gunnison, Colorado in 1999 to attend Western State College, now Western State University, and to ski Crested Butte. In this little mountain town in the heart of the Sangre de Cristo mountains Chris also found a lovely little plant called cannabis. Chris still lives in Colorado, having moved to Steamboat Springs after graduating to follow his love of skiing, mountain biking, and all things outdoors. Currently working as a budtender with 7 years experience in the cannabis industry Chris has a passion for cannabis, a desire to write, and a love for Colorado. You can follow him on Twitter at @Chrisher929