Whether you’re hitting the town or hanging at home, our radical dab & wax vape pens for concentrates offer fast heating, durable casings, and ultimate vapor production.
Dabbing is a specific way to consumer concentrates. Typically, dabbing requires:
A dab pen and a wax pen are almost identical in the way they function. Both allow users to heat concentrates and inhale their vapor.
The only difference between the two is that a dab pen works with different kinds of concentrates of various consistency, while a wax pen is designed for thicker, vax-like concentrates.
G Pen has several concentrate vaporizers, including vape pens (like the Nova), oil cartridge vaporizers (Gio) and vaporizers that emulate dabbing (Connect).
Our dab and wax pens consist of the following basic parts:
Using a dab pen is just as simple as any other portable vaporizer. Similar to dry herb vape pens and other vaporizers for concentrates, you simply fill the device with the material of choice – which must be compatible with the specific vaporizer — then, you can turn the device on and enjoy it anywhere.
Here’s a more detailed step-by-step process of how to use a dab pen:
An oil vaporizer pen is a type of concentrate vaporizer. The liquid oil, often distributed in a cartridge that is then loaded into the vape pen, is a concentrated version of the material. Like all other vaporizers, the liquid is heated below smoke point to produce a therapeutic vapor. Oil vaporizer pens are small and only charged periodically, so they can travel with their user anywhere.
Depending on their technology and intended use, oil vaporizers each require a specific type of liquid material. G Pen’s oil vape pen – the Gio battery – is filled with oil cartridges that are then disposed of after use (which is typical for many vaporizers for oil).
G Pen Gio oil cartridges are sold at a wide variety of retailers. You can learn more about the Gio oil vape pen and find a retailer that sells oil cartridges HERE.
To properly enjoy your wax concentrate, make sure to load your vaporizer correctly. Always use a dabbing tool to help you load your material into the heating chamber with more precision. To load your dab pen with wax:
The idea behind a dab pen is to heat up the concentrate to just below its smoke point — something that our dab pens achieve though precise temperature control.
When the concentrate inside the heating chamber heats to just below its smoke point, it releases a concentrated vapor that you inhale.