10 Best E-nails for Cannabis Concentrates

Perfect temperature dabs without the need for torches and butane.
10 Best E-Nails Of 2017

6. Boost — Dr. Dabber

10 Best E-Nails Of 2017
Dr. Dabber

The Dr. Dabber Boost was made to replicate the experience of a traditional dab while remaining portable. If you dislike carrying a torch around but aren’t satisfied by a wax pen, the Dr. Dabber Boost is worth looking into. With the included water-attachment you get large clouds of visible vapor with less of the harsh tastes that most vape pens tend to have.

Price: $159.95

Pros: Comes with everything you need in an easy to carry case. There’s a tool that magnetically attaches to the carb cap. The battery will last long enough for a whole day worth of vaporizing and then some. Comes with a traditional metal dish as well as a ceramic and a quartz one for flavorful dabs. The water attachment provides an experience more similar to using a nail and torch than a wax pen would. The water makes it easy to stack big clouds in the chamber without the need to cough. The dab tool attaches magnetically, so you can separate them to scoop and drop your dab in. Then, pick up the carb cap half with the magnet, cap the nail and watch it milk.

Cons: Not as satisfying as using a rig and quartz nail but it’s much easier to carry around and use with discretion. You’ll have to replace the atomizers and you’re limited to two temperature settings.

Why We Like It: You can quickly dab just about anywhere without the hassle of a torch and nail.

  1. Demonstration Videos? I like low surface area on my atomizer (nail) but am not good with butane/open flame. Too much surface area = more buildup and less precision to me. Going to check out the first one after reviewing a few and some like 710 that I already have. I’m moving towards something self-contained with low surface area and disposable parts. Also of interest was the box-mod type system. Honestly, I dont use tobacco and am not at all familiar with the box mod model.

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