Hey, everyone! It’s Review Friday here again at BigDaddySmoke. Today, we’ll be doing a review on Pulsar’s Silicone Nectar Collector.
Dimension: 6.25 inches; 10mm titanium nail
Heating time: 30-40 seconds
Body and mouthpiece: platinum cured food grade silicone
Tip: Grade 2 Titanium
BigDaddySmoke Price: $14.99
The Pulsar Silicone Nectar Collector features a strong food-grade silicone body and a Grade 2 titanium tip. It comes with a stand that conveniently holds your dab straw nectar collector in between dabs.
Using the Pulsar Silicone Nectar Collector is easy. Just attach the titanium nail to the body of the nectar collector, and you’re ready to start dabbing. Hold the nectar collector upright at an angle with the tip pointed downwards. Get your torch and fire up the tip until it glows red. Wait for 10-15 seconds if you what high-temp dabs and 20-30 seconds for mid to low-temperature dabs.
Once you get it to the temperature you want, dip the tip of your nectar collector in your concentrate and drag through the mouthpiece. You get the best experience by repeatedly dipping and lifting the tip to control your dabs. Make sure you touch the concentrate with the titanium tip at an angle so that you won’t suck in the concentrate.
The Pulsar Silicone Nectar Collector feels light and easy on the grip. It has a certain grab to it compared to glass so it won’t easily slip off your fingers. It’s lightweight, and the connection between the titanium tip and the silicone body is pretty snug and tight. It’s also easy to remove the tip when you’re done for the day.
The 6-inch vapor path helps give the vapor a bit of cool-down before it hits you, but not enough unless you go for low temp dabs. This is good for those who are after strong, bold hits with big clouds.
It’s straightforward and easy to use. No ceremonies necessary, so it’s ideal if you need to get your dabs fast. Because of its small size, you can take it anywhere with you wherever you go.
You can clean the Pulsar Silicone Nectar Collector by removing the tip and popping it in the freezer for at least 4 hours. Crunch it to remove the debris, and it’s good for the next use. You can use weak-concentrate alcohol, but that can potentially damage the body. Unfortunately, you won’t see how much residue is inside your nectar collector, so you have to do this every day to prevent clogs.
Its small size makes it convenient for a discreet dab, provided of course that you got a portable torch as well. You can hold it in your hand, and no one will notice. Unlike vape pens, because of the use of a torch, this is not something you can use in a public place where dabbing is prohibited.
The Pulsar Silicone Nectar Collector is easy to use, lightweight, and portable. You can get huge clouds and big hits even when you’re on the go. It gives you all the benefits of dabbing without the elaborate setup and clean up. Also, if you’re notorious for breaking your glass or quartz nectar collector, we highly recommend that you purchase the Pulsar Silicone Nectar collector.