Everything You Need to Know About the Dr. Dabber Stella Pen

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Dr. Dabber is known for its high-quality, sleek, and functional electronic dab rigs. The Stella is its newest dab pen, improving upon the original vape pen, the Aurora. True to the brand, the Stella is effortlessly chic, user-friendly, and offers a streamlined, portable option for dabbing concentrates. Here’s everything you need to know about the Dr. Dabber Stella vaporizer pen. What is the Dr. Dabber Stella? The Stella is a vape pen for cannabis concentrates. The handheld device is housed in matte black stainless steel with an internal ceramic heating chamber that vaporizes all kinds of concentrates with the push of a button. It is small and compact for portability, but heavy enough to feel like a high-quality device. What’s included? Each Stella vaporizer kit includes: Vape pen body with internal battery Magnetic mouthpiece Internal ceramic bowl atomizer USB-C charger Loading tool The atomizer chamber is disposable, with a recommendation to replace it after 1 – 3 months depending on the frequency of use. Replacing it is as easy as unscrewing the spent one and screwing on the fresh one for $30. It’s time to change it out for a new one when it is dark and/or crusted, cracked, or there are any noticeable issues like leaking, lower vapor production, or a burnt taste. How does the Stella work? Just like other Dr. Dabber products, the operations are easy and intuitive for the Stella pen. The mouthpiece magnetically snaps on and off to reveal the ceramic atomizer chamber, which has a sizable capacity. Start by loading your concentrate of choice into the chamber, filling it up to half capacity. There is a singular operations button that turns the pen on or off with five clicks. From there, click the power button twice to initiate the preheat cycle, which will flash…

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