FAQ About Wax Vape Pens
Q: ARE DAB PENS AND WAX PENS THE SAME?
A: These two pens can be the same thing just with different names as they both will vape concentrates such as wax. Both of them use a solid “dab” of material, either shatter, wax or budder, which is melted and absorbed by a wick and then vaporized.
Most wax pens or dab pens can vape any type of concentrate, but there are some that can’t do it all.
The short answer is that they are usually the same thing, but make sure to check out what kind of concentrates can be vaped by the particular pen. For instance, some wax pens may not be able to vape a liquid oil like a Butane Hash Oil.
Q: HOW TO USE A WAX DAB PEN?
A: The first step is to make sure the battery is fully charged. Next, check to make sure the atomizer is working. If the pen is more than a month old, the coil may need to be replaced.
Load the chamber with about a rice grain size bit of material, whatever it happens to be. Be sure not to underpack or overpack. (Underpacking will result in having to vape more frequently and end up using more concentrate. Overpacking may see some leaks and get messy since the melted concentrate will not get completely vaped.)
Set the right temperature according to the material being vaped. Generally, something around 400°F works best to extract flavors and not burn. This only applies to dab pens with temperature control. Some are set by default to a specific temperature that cannot be changed.
Then inhale in a steady puff. If there is some concentrate left, then wait a few seconds to finish vaping it to avoid burning.
*Depending on the build of the device some
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