Meet the Airis Dabble, a new glass bong compatible wax vape from Airistech. The Dabble uses a quartz coil technology that Airistech has been perfecting over the last few years. The quartz atomizers have been a huge part of the success of the Headbanger and the Airistech dab pens.
Let’s dive in and go through the Dabble and see how it performs.
The Design of the Airis Dabble Wax Vape
The Dabble is a small and discreet vape for your waxy concentrates. You can use it as a small dab pen or attach it to a bong and vape your concentrates through your glass piece. Airistech is pretty good at adding dual functionality to vapes. For example, the Headbanger brought a traditional wax pen and a nectar collector in one functional vape.
You can use the Dabble as your portable dab vape. Fits perfectly in your pocket or palm, but despite its small size, it is powered by a 900 mAh battery. That is not bad for such a small device.
Dabbing is done at higher temperatures than dry herb vaping and many vapers like to cool down the vapor before inhaling. Water pipes and dabs go together like cupcakes and frosting. They are a match made in haven.
For that reason, Airistech designers created the Dabble in a way, that you can simply screw in a 14 mm glass attachment and connect your Dabble to your favorite glass piece. This is all out of the box, without having to buy anything optional. In addition, you also get a 19 mm silicone bong adapter sleeve in the box. So out of the box, your Dabble slides into the majority of the most common glass bongs.
To achieve this, Airistech designed the Dabble so it can be drawn on from the top and bottom. The quartz coil sits in a stainless steel pod and slides in and out of the vaporizer.
The only downside of this design is that you have to wait a few minutes between loading the coil as that stainless steel pod gets pretty hot obviously.
What’s in the Box?
In the box, you’ll find the Airis Dabble vape, a 14 mm glass bong attachment, 19 mm silicone sleeve, and a stainless steel dabbing tool along with a USB charging cable and users manual.
Using the Airis Dabble Concentrate Vape
The first step after opening up your new Dabble is to put it on the charger for a couple of hours. This is to condition your battery and ensure optimal performance and life expectancy.
Next, you slide the glass over the coil upwards to remove it. After that, you can slide the stainless steel pod out sideways. Lift the lid off to expose the quartz coil. Load your waxy substance ( THC or CBD concentrate) onto your quartz element. Add a generous, rice grain size portion to start with.
Put the lid back on the pod and slide it back into the vape.
Press the button 5 times in a row to turn your vaporizer on.
Toggle the button 3 times to set your desired voltage. The Dabble offers 3 variable voltage settings and they are indicated by the color of the LED light around the button. A green LED light indicates 3.4 Volt, blue is 3.7 V and red LED is for 4.2 V. As a general rule, the ticker your cannabis concentrate is, the higher voltage you need. Having said that, experiment with the voltage settings and find the one that best suits your needs and preferences.
Next, you can screw in your glass bong attachment if you are using a water pipe, otherwise you don’t need to use it.
Two different heating options
You have two options to heat the Dabble. You can simply press the button and hold as long as you are vaping. However, if pressing the button is not convenient while you are drawing through a bong, you can simply press the button twice and the Dabble will heat for 20 seconds. During this time you can comfortably take your bong hit. If you finish earlier and want to stop the heating, simply press the button.
The Dabble makes dabbing via a wax pen and water pipe available in one simple device. The 900 mAh battery offers enough power to vape through decent size dabs. The vapor produced is quite nice quality and considering the price point, it is hard to go wrong.
If you’d like to grab your own Airis Dabble, you can do so here.
Please let us know in the comments section below if you have any questions or any experience to share using the Dabble.
7 thoughts on “Airis Dabble Wax Vaporizer Review”
This looks interesting for sure, yet as novel as it looks, I’m having a hard time thinking it could replace – ok, i know, i know it’s ‘another device not one device’ – other devices I already own. My comparison would be using (current favorite order, startiing least to fav) g-connect / Dynavap hydraVong / Puffco Plus . I guess I’m saying help me want this :medicatedSnicker:.
I’m curious how it compares to a PPlus for ease of use even knowing the con of having to wait to reuse. Maybe a dosage comparison?
I love the dynaCoil, yet if I want a portable dab, I’m grabbing the PPlus.
Usage from the top is? I wasn’t clear on how it performed drawing from the top and how scary is the glass? If it’s portable I wouldn’t want the glass to break on me outside of the home.
I just discovered this site and have been enjoying it. thanks for the reviews
Very expensive initial cost for something that gave very vague and minimal instructions in directions for care for zero customer service so aggravated I put it away back in the box try pulling it out again 2 weeks later to use it nothing no heat no smoke nothing got hot won’t take a charge piece of junk I got a $60 piece of junk sitting on my desk go back to buying a dollar 99 cent pack of papers
Hello Rich, sorry to hear that the Airis Dabble didn’t go well for you. Thank you for sharing your experience. Perhaps try to get customer service from the retailer you brought it from or try to contact Airistech directly. All the best.
Mine doesn’t heat up anymore does any know what part I need to get
a new coil
I got two of these in December. I had/have a different pen that I love and use daily. So these pens were seldom used. The first one ceased working after, at the most, six times using the rig as a pen. The coil stopped heating. I can not feel any heat with it turned on and have my finger where the battery magnetically connects to the coil, which should burn my finger enough to jerk my hand away. So I’m not sure if it’s the battery or the coil. However, switching coils did not resolve the issue. The second one has also quit working. It was used more frequently in the month before it quit. So are these just junk? Or did I just get extremely unlucky and get two lemons in a row? Is there a way to factory reset it? Since I can’t remember where I purchased it, does the manufacturer warranty the product? Would you know how I might reach out to them? Thank you for taking the time to read this, and whatever else you may do on my behalf. Have a wondeful day!
Sorry to hear about both Dabble units going belly up. They should last much longer than that. They may not last for years but should be much longer than 6 times. You could contact them via their website here and see if they are able to help with the warranty.