No dab session would be complete without solid dabbing tools. How else are you going to get your concentrates onto your rig? With your hands? Perish the thought and enter the dabbers!
You can find dab tools in a variety of different sizes, styles, materials, and colors, though they’re typically made from titanium or glass. These are essentially long, thin pieces shaped kind of like straws. Some have a carb cap on one end and/or a scooper on the other. All are designed for cleanliness and getting your concentrates exactly where you want them on your dab nail.
Unique Dabbing Tools
At SMOKEA®, you’ll find dab tools unlike anywhere else. Whether you want the traditional metal or glass tools or something a little more unique, we’ve got you covered.
Discover quartz, titanium in different colors, or even a tool shaped like a skull and spine for you goth kids out there. Or, try to disguise your dabber in the shape of a pencil. (No promises on whether the disguise will work!)
Enjoy Fast Shipping from SMOKEA®
When you shop with SMOKEA®, your dabbing tools (and everything else) ship fast, usually within 24 hours. Plus, we don’t advertise what’s inside on the box, so your nosy neighbor doesn’t have to know what you’re buying.
Don’t forget you get free shipping on orders over $10 in the US. Shop now and never miss a smoking session. Questions? Get in touch!
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a dab tool?
Dabbers are simple tools designed to scoop out your concentrate so you can apply it to your heated dab nail. They can be made using a variety of materials, from titanium to glass, and they sometimes come as a combo tool with a carb cap.
How do I use a dabbing tool?
Easy peasy! Use the scooper side to, well, scoop out your desired amount of concentrate. Some function like small spoons, while others have sharper edges to help you cut into more solid concentrates and get the perfect amount. Once you have your dab ready, pour it or rub it onto your heated dab nail and enjoy.
How do I clean a dab tool?
There are many dab rig cleaners available on the market, but if you’re looking for a more DIY approach, soap and warm water will usually do the trick. Some people prefer to place the dab tool in a plastic bag with the soap and water mixture, but if you’re in more of a hurry, a good scrub with a cloth or sponge should do the trick.