Dual Size Banger - Bucket 4mm Thick Bottom: 14mm 18mm Male 90 Degree 30mm Dia
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Introducing our innovative dual-size bucket banger – a sleek and purposeful design crafted for an exceptional experience! Originally designed for an axial enail coil, we encountered a small obstacle as the arm didn't perfectly align, accommodating only barrel enail coils. Yet, rest assured, this exquisite quartz piece still shines as an exceptional regular banger, ideal for heating with a dab torch!
This ingenious bucket banger earns its name from its clever design. Its upper joint caters to 14mm Female joint dab rigs, while the lower part is tailored for 18mm Female joint dab rigs.
What sets this banger apart? A moderate 25mm surface area at the base, paired with a robust and sturdy foundation. It's not just about the aesthetics – this piece ensures impressive heat retention. The result? A chic and functional banger that flawlessly merges style with effective heat control.
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- Joint Size: 14mm and 18mm
- Joint Angle: 90 Degrees
- Joint Gender: Male
- Banger Bucket Diameter: 26mm
- Banger Bottom Diameter: 30mm
- Flat Top with a Thick 4mm Bottom
- Dual Size to Fit 14mm and 18mm Rigs
- Terp pearls
- Bucket inserts (26mm and smaller)
- Carb Caps: (26mm or larger)
- Directional airflow
Can I use my enail banger with a dab torch?
How enail banger designs differ from non-enail bangers, with a specific focus on how each style functions, particularly when used with a dab torch.
1. Drop Down Stem with O-Clamp or Cotter Pin (Enail Banger):
Enail Function: Primarily designed for use with electronic nails (enails), this style offers a drop-down stem from the bucket. An O-clamp or cotter pin is used to secure the enail coil to the banger securely.
Difference with Dab Torch Use: When used with a dab torch, the drop-down stem will get in the way of evenly heating the torch, requiring longer heating time to get the banger to the desired dabbing temp.
2. Arm Design (Enail Banger):
Enail Function: The banger features an arm extending from the side, providing a dedicated spot for the enail coil to rest securely.
Difference with Dab Torch Use: With no obstruction to the bucket an arm design enail banger is essentially the same thing as a regular dab torch banger just with an arm coming off the neck and therefore can easily be used with a dab torch.
3. Silicone Holder Design (Enail Banger):
Enail Function: A flexible silicone holder is employed to secure the enail coil in place, offering versatility and adjustability. This is another form of an arm banger.
Difference with Dab Torch Use: With no obstruction to the bucket a silicone holder design enail banger is essentially the same thing as a regular dab torch banger just with an arm coming off the neck and therefore can easily be used with a dab torch.
4. Jerry Rig Styles (Enail Banger):
Enail Function: Users might employ creative solutions, such as using wire, to secure the coil neck of the banger, this method is typically employed when attempting to modify a dab torch banger to be used as an enail banger.
Difference with Dab Torch Use: Being that this method is typically only used when trying to connect an enail coil to a non-enail banger, there should be no difference.
It's important to note that enail bangers are specifically designed to accommodate the secure attachment of enail coils, and these additional features may not be as prevalent or necessary in non-enail bangers, which are optimized for direct torch use. Users should select a banger that aligns with their preferred dabbing method, whether it involves an electronic nail or a traditional dab torch. Understanding which bangers are more versatile than others can help save you money and allow for your glass to be fully utilized.