Dr. Dabber Boost Vaporizer
The Dr. Dabber Boost Black Edition arrives in a gorgeous wooden box with the fully protected interior. The Boost Black Edition is a portable battery-powered enail vaporizer, employing both titanium, quartz, and ceramic nails much like what you would see in a traditional glass oil rig setup. It uses a glass water filtration system to perfectly replicate the desktop concentrate experience.
Press button 3 times to heat the titanium nail. The unit will begin with white light and change to blue after 25 seconds indicating it is ready to use (nail will continue heating for 20 seconds before the cutoff).
Load concentrates directly onto the quartz, titanium or ceramic nail.
Capable of 50-60 uses on a single battery charge, the Boost Black combines the best of both worlds: a portable experience without any sacrifice. The Boost Black Edition's box even has a felt bottom to protect your surfaces from scratches!
How it Works
Fill the water chamber with enough water to create percolation, but not too much that you get wet. Apply enough concentrate for one session on the end of your dabber. Preheat the Boost Black Edition, wait 30 seconds for the nail to get hot, then apply you concentrates as you draw.
The glass on the Boost Black Edition can be cleaned with isopropyl alcohol, rinse fully with water after cleaning.
Missing a couple of the pieces
The kit was missing the dab tool and the extra heating rod. Vapor.com said they don't have any extra tools but will send a replacement and another rod. It works ok but doesn't seem to burn all of the product.
The boost worked ok for
The boost worked ok for about 5 days then stopped working.
Works great when It works!!
I love it when it works. I tried using the quartz nail at first and it wasn’t getting hot enough so I switched to the titanium. I honestly thought it would have more temperature settings other than just 3 clicks or 5 clicks (and i still don’t understand the difference). The indicator light doesn’t really help me understand when it’s heated. I find myself constantly having to take the metal connection underneath out and back in for it to properly heat up. A little tidious but when it hits I get nice clouds
Dr Dabber is OK
It is more portable than an e-nail rig, but just barely. My e-mail rig is better.
I love this unit very much, and it has swayed me on the low temp dabs. I was a dabtender for several years, and have taken and given thousands of dabs. I have it pretty dialed in where I can take a dab, have it taste good and not have to carb cap it. This unit kind of forces me to milk my dabs, which would have been a complaint if it didn't alert me to how much I was wasting. Half-sized dabs I DO wish there was a hotter setting because I have to run the unit through an extra cycle EVERY time, even with smaller amounts. But that's not to say it doesn't work as advertised. My tolerance is high, and this allows you to take LARGE dabs. Unlike most pens or comparable portable units. I want to also comment on the other review at the moment. The issue with the water being hard to get out isn't fair to hold against this design. You simply blow out the top as much as you can and add your iso or whatever in. You may have to use a little more to cycle it through and be less diluted. To get some salt in, I pour a little in the mouthpiece and then run a TINY amount of warm water to break it down enough to fit through, but still be grainy. Shake until clean. To remove you just run constant warm/hot water out of the sink and you will see the water become clear. Blow it out and repeat a few times until you are comfortable there is no iso left behind.