You also need to know which gender banger fits your glass. A dab rig with a male joint is compatible with a female nail, while a female joint goes with a male banger. An adapter is needed if you want to use a banger that is the same gender as the dab rig. If you purchase your dab rig without a banger or nail, make sure you know the joint size for future reference.
If you’re curious consumer or a longtime stoner who smokes flower but wants to dabble in the world of dabbing , you’ll probably want to start off with an affordable dab rig. It’s important to balance price with quality, however, or else you might end up with a lesser-quality rig and an unsatisfying dabbing experience.
If you decide to shell out some extra cash for a dab rig from a reputable brand, you can find some truly fascinating pieces that will distinguish you from other glass collectors. Take this fiercely horned Banger Hanger Dab Rig from Bouge Glass or the uniquely shaped Rigception by Diamond Glass as examples of what a couple of hundred dollars can net you on the dab rig market.
In between cheaper dab rig accessories and masterfully hand-blown pieces on the pricier side of the spectrum, there are a number of bangers, caps, and dab tools that offer a balance between affordability and function. For a high-quality banger that doesn’t cost more than the rig itself, look at options like the $150 Cavel V2 from Highly Educated , which features a 4 millimeter thick layer of 99.99% pure silicon dioxide (SiO2) opaque quartz. Also, look for artists or brands who sell these components together. For instance, the handmade banger and bubble cap bundle from Evan Shore X NE Quartz costs around $119.
The lower-priced dab rigs start at $30-$40, but higher-quality glass or quartz pieces can sell for hundreds or even thousands of dollars. (Photo by Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)
Dab rigs come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Some include, from left: Doctajownz rig; a mini orange rig by CHTglass ; rig by Macelevenglass ; rig by Reynasays . (Photo by Gina Coleman/Weedmaps)
Similar to high-end dab rigs, there are also artisan-blown caps and bangers that fuse fine art and function together. The Toro Core Reactor and Toro Grail , for instance, are two popular bangers in the $200 to $300 range. Another high-end glass option for bangers and caps is Binary Banger from Mothership Glass , which includes masterfully shaped glass with vibrant patterns. These high-end components don’t come cheap.
As adult-use and medical cannabis legalization has led to a rapidly growing marijuana industry, there have been many innovations in the world of weed, but arguably none among them has changed the way we consume more than the cannabis concentrate.
When we’re talking about high-end dab rigs, the discussion is going to revolve around customization and aesthetics. Social media are also a terrific resource for finding custom dab rigs made from highly talented glass blowers.
How to Make a Dab Rig Kit As adult-use and medical cannabis legalization has led to a rapidly growing marijuana industry, there have been many innovations in the world of weed, but
At first, we wanted to create something that would really pop. Something with style and form and a little bit of edge. So we got a light bulb.
Oil Day, or 710, at its core, is an inclusive holiday—a time for people of all stripes to come together under the gorgeous green banner of dabs.
For people who don’t have a fancy rig, the the knife hit is a classic trick—all you need is a metal knife, a paper clip or pen, and a disposable plastic water bottle.
The light-bulb pipe, a method first popularized by methamphetamine enthusiasts, seemed like the perfect place to start. Most people can find one lying around the house, and in theory, all you have to do is open it up with a screwdriver and a pair of pliers, take out all of the innards, give it a little rinse, heat it up, and put a piece of wax or shatter in the bottom,
To address the lack of dab access for too many Oregonians, we’ve gone into overdrive looking for functional alternatives to buying an expensive dab rig. The darker recesses of YouTube are abuzz with instructional videos for makeshift dab rigs—we tried two of the most basic and found the best.
Unfortunately, opening up a light bulb is not as easy as the videos suggest. Despite multiple attempts on multiple bulbs, the casing simply would not budge. And when one of my light bulbs shattered so violently that I nearly took a shard to the eye, it was time to accept that this method was deeply flawed.
As I returned to the drawing board, it quickly became evident that the simplest approach was the best. The knife hit employs common household objects, minimizes risk of bodily injury and functions just as it’s supposed to.
Yet not everyone will be to be able to celebrate this July 10. Did you know that as many as one in 10 Oregon households doesn’t contain a single functioning dab rig? Well, July 10, 2016, marks the first 710 since cannabis concentrates became legal for recreational users, which means there are a lot of people who might struggle to make the leap up from 4/20.
Cut the plastic water bottle in half, and notch the bottom of the top half of the bottle. Take off the cap and stand the half bottle on a flat surface. Put a li’l dab of cannabis oil on your paper clip, or any other small, pointy metal object. Heat up a butter knife, preferably with a blowtorch—a stove top, Bunsen burner or campfire will also suffice. When you’re ready to take your hit, stick the hot knife through the slot you’ve made. Touch the oil to the hot knife, and inhale through the top of the bottle.
Potlander Oil Day, or 710, at its core, is an inclusive holiday—a time for people of all stripes to come together under the gorgeous green banner of dabs. Yet not everyone will be to be able