Deals on Thick Quartz Bangers

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Using a thick quartz banger to vaporize your concentrate lets you get the full taste from your wax. You get a larger spectrum of THC versus just burning your material when smoking from an oil rig. Using a carb cap allows you reach lower temperatures which produce a better tasting vapor.

Quartz is known to heat up more rapidly than ceramic, which is why many people prefer using a thick quartz banger. Less money is spent on butane when heating up a quartz banger, the next step would be investing in an e-nail.

Thick quartz bangers are known to retain heat for an extended amount of time. When compared to a regular quartz bangers, the thicker walls act as a heat sink.

What’s the best way to heat up the banger?

For best results make sure to torch every side of the banger. The quartz should turn a faint red, just wait a couple of seconds and you should be good to go. When dabbing a concentrate to want to avoid harsh throat hits.

This usually happens when the nail is too hot and it burns the oil. Getting the nail to the perfect temperature takes some training, but it will end up saving you butane and money.

Between three and four hundred degrees Fahrenheit seems to be the optimal temperature to dab. Do not let the banger get too cold, or else you will lose the concentrate in the dish. Good rule of thumb is that if your quartz banger is still red, you should let it cool off some more.

With the rise of e-nails, you can get a better idea of how hot your nail is. The best way to really enjoy the taste of your concentrate is to use a thick quartz banger and heat up your nail at a lower temperate. Different people like to dab their concentrate at different temperatures. A thick quartz banger has proven to be to most effective at delivering a smooth hit and conserving all the terpenes and THC.


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