Dabbaratus is a dab tool designed by a Toronto concentrate enthusiast and entrepreneur. The product was designed to be easy to use and comfortable. What resulted is a dab tool that can be used for any consistency of concentrate with ease.
Dabbaratus’ are regularly stocked at Boroheads as well as a few other headshops around the city, such as HotBox Cafe. If one of these stores isn’t handy for you, you can reach out on Instagram: Dabbaratus or Dabbaratus.com to arrange a purchase.
Dabbaratus Pricing & Selection:
Dabbaratus comes in two sizes and a variety of colours. The regular dabber is ~6 inches long, with a mini/keychain version available in small batches. The regular Dabbaratus’ and the keychain ones are both $25-$30. Each tool is hand wrapped in paracord, then heated to create a strong, tight grip to hold onto.
Unique to Dabbaratus:
The Dabbaratus is a thick tool with a flat head that can handle any concentrate you throw at it. I’ve also noticed that it’s rare that I loose a dab by accidentally flinging it across the room. I’ve had this issue with other dabbers and hard shatter. Each Dabbaratus is hand wrapped in paracord (the stuff for parachuting) so you know it will last a long time, and the stainless steel is easily cleaned via rubbing alcohol. The paracord allows for a variety of colour options to meet everyone specific interest.
Dabbaratus Feel, Functionality, Quality:
Dabbaratus is a very solid product, built out of stainless steel and parachord. It has a flat edge that can easily be used to scrape up sticky resin; you won’t need to worry about the tool bending at all. This also helps prevent from sending shards of shatter across the room, as has happened too many times.
Dabbaratus Looks & Visual Appeal:
Visually the Dabbaratus is steps above the competition. Most dabbers come in raw metal form or with a piece of plastic with their logo stuck on the tool. In comparison, each Dabbaratus has a unique colour pattern so each person can pick the one that appealing to him or her most.