With the rollercoaster that is 2020 almost over, we’re all hoping for a brighter tomorrow in 2021. While we might not see flying cars or visit mars quite yet, this selection of dab gear will definitely help make next year feel more futuristic!
Puffco Peak Pro
The Puffco Peak Pro is the ultimate example of a high-tech e-nail. Sleek, compact, and smart, it does everything a concentrates fan could want and can go with them anywhere. With improvements all-around from the original Peak, it now features a mobile app and Power Dock. It offers four colour-coded temp settings to enjoy a variety of concentrates and high-terpene extracts. It uses a ceramic bowl to ensure your terps stay true to taste.
The Puffco Peak Pro lasts for around 30 sessions and takes two hours to charge via USB-C. But if you really want to go all out, you can grab the Power Dock to wirelessly charge your Peak Pro in style. The Power Dock also acts as a portable power bank to charge your Peak Pro on the go, along with other devices through its USB ports. The new mobile app allows for full temp control and custom heat profiles. Plus it’s also the unofficial Fitbit of dabs, with the app allowing you to track your daily and total dabs. Unfortunately for iOS users, Apple banned the app. Luckily, Puffco has a workaround to get it running on your iPhone. Who says stoners aren’t problem solvers?
Or If you’re looking for a quality portable e-nail at around half the price of the premium Peak Pro, check out Extract Mag’s review of the Xvape Vista Mini 2.
PuffCo Peak Pro | $399 USD
Kandy Pens Crystal 2
The ability to use both concentrates and 510 carts helped make the original Crystal dab pen a hit. The new and improved sequel now packs in an adjustable airflow, letting you go from small pen puffs to larger rips more comparable to a mini-rig. This, combined with four temp options means you’ll get the draw you want when you want it. It also uses a quartz atomizer to help preserve flavour, compared to metallic options. The Crystal 2 comes with a kit that includes a keychain dab tool and travel pouch. It’s available in black, white, stainless steel, and rainbow chrome if you’re feeling a cyberpunk aesthetic for 2021.
Kandy Pens Crystal 2 | $149 USD
Dr. Dabber Budder Cutter
If you’re still vibing with your traditional dab rig setup, but want a little more convenience, check out Dr. Dabber’s Budder Cutter. It heats up to make handling sticky or hard concentrates a breeze, without the risk of overheating a traditional dab tool with a torch. It also includes a set of swappable tips to best suit your situation.
Dr. Dabber Budder Cutter | $49 USD
The Terpometer is another high-tech upgrade for a classic rig. It not only simply and consistently measures the temp, but works on quartz, titanium, or ceramic. It comes in black or titanium, with a selection of tips.
The Terpometer | $120-220 USD
Want the convenience of an e-nail but still want to use your fave bong or rig? You’re in luck because the G Pen is here to level you up! It has three different sized attachments to fit glass-on-glass to your water pipe and it has three temp settings with an extended draw mode.
Its battery can handle several back-to-back sessions and snaps on magnetically, letting you easily pop it off to charge. This gadget is also featured in Extract Mag’s Annual Pretty Damn Dope Gift Guide. If you missed it, make sure to check it out!
Gpen Connect | $179 USD