Dab Pen Review
Thanks so much to the team over at NisanCo, for sending me a Dr. Dabber Aurora unit to review.
Like many of you, I’d read great things about the Aurora. So when it arrived, I was ready to tear everything apart.
As soon as I opened it, I realized how small the vape is–something I prefer.
It’s actually small enough to fit in a medium-sized wristlet, or pocket.
Built similarly to an O.Pen, or some other type of battery with a refillable cartridge, so it feels familiar in your hand.
After deciding on some Red Headed Stranger Budder, I pulled off the atomizer and tip, held in-place with a magnet.
Dropping the budder in, I placed everything back on the battery. With five clicks, it was heating up.
I prefer low-temp dabs, so I chose the lowest setting, green. Blue indicates medium heat, and pink indicates the highest setting.
In what felt like seconds, the unit was roaring.
I’m usually pretty skeptical of smaller vape pens because I feel like they shouldn’t pack a huge punch.
My first few inhales proved shockingly disappointing.
But, by my fourth inhale, I sensed a shift in the pen.
Out of sheer excitement, I’d forgotten to season my atomizer –a Dual Quartz Rod with Quartz Dish.
By no means is seasoning required–but it provides a much better taste up front, if you do.
I clearly forgot to season it, which lead to a super funky taste.
(To season your atomizer, simply heat it up until it’s glowing red for a second or two. While still hot, dab an essential oil a few times–that’s it!)
But after a few more inhales, I was really feeling this dab pen.
Aside from the titanium atomizer, it comes with two more options: Dual Ceramic Rod with Quartz Dish and Ceramic Halo Heater with Quartz Dish.
Over the course of a few days, I was able to use it repeatedly. When it finally came time to charge, there was one thing I disliked: It has a proprietary charger.
Don’t get me wrong–I love taking off the atomizer/mouthpiece, and popping the battery into place. But, I have to carry that charger with me, in case it dies while I’m out and about.
As a side note, needing to charge it has remained hypothetical. I’ve never needed to do so while I’m out doing errands.
Overall, I think this is a phenomenal dab pen. It works like a charm, and is easy for just about any user–even those who get shaky hands during anxiety.
I will say, though, if you have a high tolerance and like to use your dab pen to get ripped, rather than carry you over, you should probably look for a different vape.
This bad boy does a phenomenal job of providing much-needed medication in the moment, which keeps symptoms at bay.
But, if you’re looking for huge, immediate relief as a frequent dabber, you’re better off taking a rip for your rig.
On the other hand, though, if you’re not a massive dab rat, or have a low tolerance for dabs, then the Dr. Dabber Aurora is 100% what you need.
For the price, quality, and functionality, you truly can’t beat this fantastic vape.
If you have any other questions about the Dr. Dabber Aurora review, or another product, please don’t hesitate to shoot me a message!