Nectar Collector Dab Straws at Myxed Up

Dabbing on the Go with Nectar Collector Style Dab Straws

Dabbing on the Go with Nectar Collector Style Dab Straws

Benefits and features of various nectar collector dab straw options

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In this episode of MyxedUpTV Rachael at Myxed Up Aurora gives us the rundown on all of the most popular dab straw glass pipes that we have available in a variety of different options. From basic dab straws, all the way to pipes with water filtering function and multiple interchangeable glass and titanium tips.

Dabbing on the Go with Nectar Collector Style Dab Straws from Myxed Up Creations on Vimeo.

At Myxed Up Creations we have many different styles of nectar collector dab straws.  Based on your desired price range and functionality, we are sure to have a mobile dabbing solution to meet your budget!

Products From the Video:

$12 Mini Nectar Collector Dab Straw

$18 Large Nectar Collector Dab Straw

$25 Dab Straw Nectar Collector by Shifty Glass

$40 Micro NC Honey Tip Nectar Collector

Video Transcript

Hey, what's up guys? Today we're going to start talking about dabbing on the go. First, we're going to show you the most easy way to do it. Nice little nectar collector, nice and simple. Real pretty. All of these guys here are going to be a glass option, so minimal temperature, minimal heat, maximum dabbage.

So, these are some of the examples of simple dabbing. We've got your basic straws here, and they get a little bit longer, they get a little bit thicker. And then we've got some removable options here. We've also got the big daddy here, which is the nectar collector with the water functions. Plus, we've got some extra kits, extra tips on the inside here. We've got the titanium tip, and we've got a quartz option.

First we're going to talk about how to use the simple dabbers here. With these guys, this one, this one, and this one. Very minimal heat, like I said, goes into this guy. So we're going to torch the tip for about 10 to 15 seconds, or until you see a nice orange hue. Once you see that orange hue, you're ready to go.

What you're going to want to do is make sure that you hold it at about a 45 degree angle and kind of tap your concentrate. That way, we're not flooding it on the inside, and you get the best hit.

With something a little thicker like this guy here made by our buddy Dan Barto, you've got a much wider tip here, show you here, and a nice wide open body. This gives you that more mouth to lung hit.

With this guy, nice option, made by our buddy Bubbler Dave, you have a glass on glass connection here. What this does is it makes it a whole lot easier to maintain the inside of your device. Now again, we can see this guy has a nice wide opening on the inside, great for air flow. So again, torch your tip for about 15 to 20 seconds with something like this, and still, at about a 45 degree angle, and tap your concentrates here.

Then we're going to talk about the Micro NC Kit. This is the guy that has the water functions. I'm going to show you how to assemble that bad boy. Pull it out here. See that we got the perk right here. The most important thing with this guy is where your water's at. Water is super important. We want to make sure that our water level isn't going up above the lines here, because unfortunately this guy's not spill-proof. We don't want to wear the water, that would be a bad day. Next, we're going to take the mouthpiece, give it a little quarter turn so nothing falls out. We're going to use the quartz tip today. Again, nice little quarter turn, nothing falls out. So same temperature as something like this, about 15 to 20 seconds and you're going to tap your concentrates. The cool part about this guy is it comes with a nice little glass concentrate dish so you can lay your concentrates on the inside of there and do your thing.

Next, we're going to show you the titanium tip here. See here? See how it goes in? Give it a little quarter turn. These guys don't tend to stay very well, so we've got two clips on the inside here to make sure that this guy doesn't fall off and you don't end up burnt. Nothing's coming out. With the titanium tip, you're going to end up torching for about 15 to 30 seconds. We want to see a nice orange hue on the top here. Once that happens, it's really important to maintain your 45 degree so that this guy doesn't get flooded. The most important part about this is where you're torching. You want to make sure that it's at the top here. If you're going towards the back here, it can cause this bad boy to crack. That's not what we want.

And that, guys, is dabbing on the go. You can pick up any of these devices at any Myxed Up location, or at

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  • Thanks for the informative video. I purchased one at my local store here in georgia. It was the second one I have purchased but neither had any directions as to assembly or proper use. The first one I used was totally backwards. It’s no wonder as it had no how-tos anywhere in or on the packaging. At least for my second adventure I got a lil bit smarter and decided to enter the package name from the front of the box and low and behold up came the website. The video was very helpful but it would of been nice to see it used and how the water was placed into the water chamber. Hint hint. Not everyone just knows how to use the devices and the video definately helped a lot but still left out a little bit when it came to the proper way to fill the rig with water or if you could use liquids other than water like flavored waters and such. Still the video got me pointed in the right direction at least. Maybe an idea to put some illustrated instructions in the box it would certainly been a nice professional add on to your product. I’m just sayin but I’m just some guy who purchased your product so who knows if I’m important enough to listen to. If needed I could illustrate them for you free of charge. Thanks for the video I got to go get my collecting of the nectar on. Thanks Rachael for the howtos. Peace I’m out.

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