How Much Does a Dab Pen Cost

March 14, 2019 Dab Pen

How Much Does a Dab Pen Cost

Canvasing for a dab pen? Here’s the average cost of dab pens based on their brands, and what’s good about them.


(Cost: $19.99-$129.99)

Thisthingrips has an affordable range of dab pens that you can choose from. All of their dab pens come with a ceramic atomizer for fast heating and instant vaping. Thisthingrips dab pens boasts of a wide chamber gives you room to add a good amount of concentrate for a satisfying session. If you want to dry a vape pen for the first time, we recommend you start with the R2 Rip-N-Go ($19.99) before going for the dual coiled OG Four 2.0 ($129.99).

Thisthingrips OG Four 2.0 Dab Pen Features Titanium-wrapped dual lava quartz rods for big, bold hits.


(Cost: $19.99-$24.99)

Another affordable dab pen that delivers, the Yocan gives you the best rips in a portable and stylish package. It comes with a carb cap that locks in heat much like you would get with a regular dab rig. You can regulate the temperature of the Yocan dab pen by either letting it heat to the pre-set temperature or holding and releasing the power button repeatedly to get it to the temperature that you want.

You can start with the Yocan Revolve Dab Pen ($19.99) for low-temperature vaping for smooth hits. If you want bigger hits and longer battery life, you should go for the Yocan Evolve Plus XL dab pen. It has a 1,400 mAh battery for longer vaping sessions and a quad coil atomizer for hitting that high-temperature dab that you are looking for.

Dr. Dabber

(Cost: $68.99-$98.99)

Just like the two previous dab pens, the Dr. Dabber dab pen is good for both beginners and enthusiast because of its wide temperature range. The only difference is, the allows you to put attachments on top of the battery. For example, a percolator on top of the Dr. Dabber Ghost Dab Pen ($83.99) gives you smoother, cooler hits.  The Globe attachment, on the other hand, for the Dr. Dabber Aurora Dab Pen ($98.99) lets you to see the vapor produced in the mouthpiece.

G-Pen Dab Pen

(Cost: $48.99)

The G Pen is specifically designed for solid concentrates (i.e. budder, shatter, wax, or crumble). It hits smooth and clean and allows you to get a couple of hits with just a few concentrates in the chamber. The design is simple and discreet, yet packs a powerful punch because of the dual quartz atomizer. No heat-up loading time with this dab pen – just instant dabbing the moment you press on the button.

Compare the cost to what you wish to get out of your dab pen, as well as your purpose for buying. Is It for regular and every day use? Will it serve as a temporary replacement for your dab rig while you’re on the go? If you have questions about your choice of dab pens, please feel free to send us a message, or leave a comment.


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