Cannabis technology is also evolving to create hi-tech versions of classic delivery systems. Vape Bubbler is one of these companies. The Vape Bubbler Space Cannon is a device that blurs the lines between portable vape, dab rig, and water pipe.
The Vape Bubbler Space Cannon comes packaged in a sturdy carrying case that gives the device a slick and professional vibe. Contained inside is the Space Cannon battery unit, stand, silicon concentrate container, glass mouthpiece, charging cable, extra heating coil and a nectar-collector set-up. All of this is contained in a box that easily slides in your luggage or duffle bag.
There are some important initial steps to set up your device. Unscrew the battery unit to reveal a single battery that is wrapped in plastic. Remove the plastic so the device can be charged and operated correctly. Five quick pushes of the power button turn the device on and off. You’ll see confirmation on the LED screen that has a HUD for battery and other vital readouts. Hold in the temperature setting up or down to choose your preferred heat. I found the best heat to be in the 450-465 degree temperature range, but the temperature is user preference.
The Space Cannon features a slew of other settings that can be accessed with specific sequences of button pushes. You can activate a stealth mode and a number of other clever settings. The instruction manual that’s included goes into depth about these settings and how to unlock them through your devices menu. The battery is rechargeable, but it can also be removed and easily replaced.
I used the Vape Bubbler Space Cannon during Summer Meltdown and I enjoyed how the device performed exactly how it’s marketed. I kept it in my tent and it was easy to puff on in between sets to get a nice buzz before walking back to the festival.
To fill up the glass portion with water, stick it under the faucet and rotate, you’ll see the water enter, and the double seal makes sure you can store it while it’s filled with water. You want the water to be just below the platform in the center of the glass bubbler.
I used several types of concentrates with the Space Cannon and found the best luck with shatter or rosin. This allowed for easiest use with the least amount of clean-up because you can use your hands and place the concentrate directly on the coils. Once you slide the glass over the coil (it should fit nice and snug), you can hold the down the button and inhale. While you’re inhaling, use your index finger to tap the carb hole and you’ll see the smoke fill up the glass chamber. Once you see that, let go of the button and carb and inhale, like you would with a pipe.
The nectar-collector slides into the glass portion where the atomizer fits. Then you can heat up the end that looks like a metal straw with a torch and stick it directly into your concentrate for a bubbling nectar-collector.
The center platform acts as a reclaim catch keeping your water clean the airflow constant. This device is engineered well and it solves a lot of problems that other portable devices have. For $300, you’re getting a multifaceted device that makes your traveling cannabis concentrate delivery streamlined and simplified. The quality is apparent and this device is built to last. The device keeps your hands clean, so now worry about clean while you’re on the go.
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Adults 21 and over can purchase up to one ounce of usable cannabis flower, 16 ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, 72 ounces of cannabis drinkables, and 7 grams of cannabis concentrates.
If you’re a registered medical cannabis patient, the limits are:
Three ounces of usable cannabis flower, forty-eight ounces of cannabis-infused edibles in solid form, two hundred sixteen ounces of cannabis drinkables, and twenty-one grams of cannabis concentrates, per the Washington State Department of Health.