The Puffco Peak is the future of dabbing

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    Dabs aren't just for Cam Newton. It's also a great way to consume cannabis concentrates. Problem is, dabbing traditionally requires the use of either a butane blowtorch and titanium nail or a clunky electronic heating ring (aka enails). But no longer! With the advent of the Peak by Puffco, consuming concentrates is now as easy as pressing a button.

    The Peak is to concentrates as the Pax 3 is to looseleaf vaping -- that is, dead simple. The rig itself stands under a foot tall and weighs a bit over a pound. The battery needs just 2 hours to fully charge and offers between 25 and 30 hits before it depletes.

    You just need to add the concentrate of your preference -- whether its shatter, crumble, wax, or oil -- to the heating chamber, double click the the activation button. The rig requires only 20 seconds to fully heat, regardless of which of the four temperature settings you've selected. That's magnitudes faster than enails and far safer than wielding a blowtorch. What's more, the system will automatically adjust the heat settings as you use it so that every session delivers the same experience.

    The Peak will be available for pre-order beginning January 15th and will begin shipping in early February. It's expected to retail for around $350 when it does.

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