Grizzly Honey Dab PenLast update: 18th August 2020
The Honey Dab Pen is a wax vaporizer made by the Grizzly Originals. Comes with a universal 510 thread, you can pair it with most atomizers out there. It has a one-button operation, suitable for new users.
The Canadian company Grizzly Originals has launched a very minimalistic but highly effective vaporizer that is not only affordable, but it comes with numerous additional features. The development of the vaporizer focuses on producing dense and aromatic vapors. Not to forget the universal 510 thread that allows you to use different mods.
Easy to clean and easy to operate, the Grizzly Honey Dab pen vaporizer is the perfect companion for wax lovers of any expertise level. Merely remove the mouthpiece to fill the concentrate and replacing it before turning on the vaporizer by pressing the button five times. Heats up in seconds, there are three different temperature settings.
Dense and delicious
Perfect for quick sessions, the Honey Dab produces thick and high potency vapors even with the lowest temperature. Together with a 510 thread, you can customize it with different modes as you wish.
There is an additional cap on the mouth of the vaporizer. It not only provides support while taking a draw, but it also prevents dust from accumulating. Unlike other pen vaporizers without this feature, it avoids contamination, and it also prevents clogging of the vape pen. For this reason, it significantly increases the lifetime of the Honey Dab vaporizer.
Grizzly Honey Dab Pen Video
The Honey Dab Pen is an easy to operate pen vaporizer and is ready for use within seconds. The following video shows you how to use the Dab-Pen from charging, setting it up, and cleaning.
What’s in the box?
- 1x Honey Dab Pen Vaporizer
- 1x Dual Quartz Coil Atomizer
- 1x Ceramic Donut Atomizer
- 1x Filling tool
- 1x USB charging cable
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