Dab nails come in all shapes and sizes nowadays as heady glass culture slowly bleeds into mainstream cannabis use. Each nail serves a specific function for different types of dab takers. The gavel core reactor nail is a play on the standard bucket design; a deep bucket with a raised platform on the center.
This platform is about one-third the length of the bucket. This simple raised platform serves many different functions: the first is it gives the nail more surface area, which holds heat longer. Longer heat means the nails cools down slower, giving low-temp dabs longer to fully melt. This eliminates the chances of reheating the nail and scorching your concentrate. These types of nail tend to heat up quicker than other nails as well because the heat is concentrated at the raised platform.
The custom carb-cap that comes with this nail increased the level of vaporization by pushing the oil around the hottest parts of the nail, burning the dab through entirely and consistency. Melting dabs in a gavel core reactor has the superficial benefit of looking awesome. Something about how the oil drips from the platform and pools like a mote around a castle, before the carb-cab whirls the entire glob throughout the nail.
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