Nectar Collector

Looking to Vaporize Your Concentrates for Dabbing? Then You Need a Nectar Collector

A ‘nectar collector’ or a dab straw or honey collector is a straw with quartz or a titanium tip. It is used to dab wax or the other concentrates. Shop Rite has a range of nectar collectors available for smokers.

If you are a smoker who wants to vaporize your concentrates, then you will need to use a dab straw. You will find nectar collectors at affordable prices in our online shop, as we understand every smoker cannot afford expensive dab straws.

In our store, you will uncover nectar collectors made up of glass and silicone. Many smokers recommend our shop when it comes to buying a top-notch nectar collector at an affordable price.

Choosing the Right Nectar Collector for Dabs

There are different aspects that you need to consider while buying a nectar collector for a dab. If you are low on budget or a beginner smoker, then you should go with the option of buying a silicone dab straw. If you are allergic to silicone, then you must go with the glass dab straw. Go with an electric honey collector if you cannot afford to buy butane torches.

How to Dab Using a Nectar Collector?

You will need to follow the following steps to dab deploying a nectar collector:

Step 1: Put your concentrates in a glass or a quartz or a silicone dish.

Step 2: Now heat the tip of the nectar collector using a butane torch until it becomes red hot.

Step 3: Let the nectar collector become cool to your desired temperature.

Step 4: Check the temperature with an IR (Infra-Red) Thermometer if possible.

Step 5: Touch the hot tip to the concentrates to vaporize them.

Step 6: In the end, suck lightly the cool end of the nectar collector and inhale gently.

More Than a Few Benefits of Nectar Collectors

  • Nectar collectors are portable, you can easily carry them with you while traveling.
  • They are great for smokers who are not familiarized with the process of dabbing.
  • They are highly efficient, as they work with the motto: Tip, dip, and sip.
  • Last but not least, nectar collectors are simple to use.