Everything you need to know about the Dr Dabber Boost EVO

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Electronic dab rig (e-rigs) meets water bong in this contemporary device that combines function and form for the best of many possible worlds. Dr Dabber is known for its line of high-tech cannabis concentrate vaporizers and accessories. The newly released Boost EVO is the evolution of the original 2015 Boost vaporizer — touted as the first portable electronic dab rig.  Five years later, the Boost EVO combines proprietary technology, detail oriented design, and the familiarity of a water bong in one no-fuss dabbing machine. Overall it’s fun to use and would make a nice centerpiece for dabbing connoisseurs, or a worthwhile addition to any well-rounded collection of rigs. Read on and discover everything you need to know about the Dr. Dabber Boost EVO.  What is the Dr Dabber Boost EVO?  The Boost EVO is a straightforward device used to vaporize cannabis concentrates. An internal chamber uses heat to vaporize the material which travels directly from the quartz vaporizing chamber through the glass water bong piece, with a carb button to control the airflow.  The ergonomic design feels familiar and high-tech at the same time. It is small and compact and its easy to assemble parts fit together securely with high-powered magnets and snug fitting silicon for the glass piece.  What’s included Glass top Magnetic quick connectorElectronic base (contains magnetic heating chamber)Charging cordDab tool  How does the Dr Dabber Boost Evo work?  This rig is easy enough for anyone to use while being unique enough to delight those who enjoy techie toys. Basic set up includes little more than adding some water to the glass piece, placing oil or other concentrate into the chamber, and snapping it together with the magnet quick connector.  Once the temperature is set (more on that below) it takes around 10 – 15 seconds to heat up,…

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