1. Toro Jet
Toro has been one of the biggest names when it comes to consistent American made production glass for a very long time. They expertly craft their pieces in the scientific style with a few different models to choose from, with some new additions to their line up every year. Each design comes accented with different combinations of American glass colors making every piece unique. Glass artist Jp founded Toro; he still runs the company out of upstate New York. Their quality control is top of the line and there are tons of Toro collectors with OG pieces dating back to about a decade ago. As long as you take care of them, Toros retain most of their value even after you purchase and use them.
Pros: The new Toro Jet design has a fixed stem over the percolator instead of a ball as a splash guard. The placement of the percolator is now lower and not directly under the neck of the mouthpiece. These features prevent water from splashing up to the mouthpiece when you’re shredding away at a dab. Even if some splashed past the stem, the neck is bent to keep you away from hot nails and splashing water. The percolator cools the vapor just enough to be comfortable and slim to no flavor is lost in the small chamber. If you want something a bit more worked, the Toro Jet Ball comes with a colored splash guard in the shape of a ball at a slightly higher price. Both designs chop like a straight fab at a fraction of the price.
Cons: The holes on the jet percolator are small so after a hefty sesh, some of them may clog up. As a result, you’ll want to clean your Toro Jet Ball regularly to keep function optimal.
Why We Like It: One of the cleanest looking and functioning rigs made by one of the longest lasting, reputable companies in the production glass industry.
Final Hit: Best Dab Rigs
These are the contenders for best dab rigs. The best dab rigs will be different for everyone depending on their opinion and preference. First find out if you’re looking for something with cooler hits, minimal filtration or a piece large enough to use an e-nail without it tipping over. Then use your budget to find the best options for you on our list.
If you don’t like hunching over your piece, get one with a bent neck. If you’re a frequent traveler go for the smallest rig that still has a satisfying function. Patients that easily strain their lungs from taking a hit should go for something with minimal drag on the inhale. Those tired of the harshness of their dabs should go for something that’ll cool things down like a recycler.
Regardless of your preferences, these are some of the best dab rigs you’ll find from any production glass line. If this is your first rig, you’ll also need to purchase a nail and carb cap. If you want to further enhance your dabbing experience pick up a quartz insert and possibly a vape pen, too.