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Review: The Aurora by Dr. Dabber will light up your night

In my opinion, the Aurora vaporizer from Dr. Dabber lives up to the hype and I would recommend it for a novice or expert alike.

Dr. Dabber Aurora
Image: Daniel Cid

In just a few years, we have witnessed innovation take huge leaps in the vaporizer industry. When you think you’ve seen it all, boom, a newer and better Vaporizer is released. And that’s no different with Dr. Dabber’s latest premium concentrate vaporizer, the Aurora.

With so many vapes to choice from, what makes the Aurora the right vape for you? Well, for starters, the Aurora introduces a new technology they call “Snaptech”, which uses magnets to interlock its components. If you find that as interesting as I do, you’ll want to continue reading.

Here’s what’s inside the box:

Aurora Vaporizer Pen Kit

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  • Aurora Vaporizer
  • Dual Quartz Atomizer
  • Dual Ceramic Atomizer
  • Ceramic Halo Atomizer
  • Dabbing Tool
  • Rubber Container
  • Keychain
  • USB Charging Cradle

First Impressions

dr dabber aurora

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When design meets technology, the Aurora vaporizer is born. But that’s not all – most vaporizers only come with just a single atomizer; Dr. Dabber includes three: a dual Quartz heating rod, a dual ceramic heating rod, and an all-new ceramic halo. And all come in a Quartz dish chamber. The Aurora is well packed in a quality box with a buttload of extras – very impressive Dr. Dabber.

Design

Aurora Vaporizer Pen Kit

Image: Daniel Cid / KnowTechie

In its all black satin finish, the Aurora is quite elegant, sexy, and discreet. But it comes alive by pressing its single multifunctional button 5 times. If the Aurora was designed based on its name, then you can say it’s as impressive as those bright lights at the North Pole. If a compass uses the north/south poles magnetic pull, then the Aurora does something similar to keep its components in place by using magnets instead of the standard 510 threading. And these aren’t cheap magnets either, they keep your battery, atomizer, and airflow regulator slash mouthpiece firmly attached.

If the Aurora was designed based on its name, then you can say it’s as impressive as those bright lights at the North Pole.

Unlike most pen style vapes, the Aurora comes with a dock station to charge your battery while keeping the mouthpiece and atomizer in a separate slot. This is great, just don’t lose or break the USB dock or you’ll find yourself having to order another one. If worse comes to worse, you can purchase a 510 threading adapter directly from the Dr. Dabber website.

The Aurora sports a high-efficiency lithium ion battery that will keep juiced up all day long.

Performance

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Dr. Dabber is known for using what’s called low temp dabbing. This method is one many vape enthusiasts swear by. Because low temp dabbing keeps most of the terpenes, it’s been said to produce excellent tasting vapor.

The Aurora is made for waxes and concentrates but because not all are of the same consistency, the Dr. provides 3 different heating rods to match your materials correctly. The Aurora also has 3 temperature settings you can easily toggle through by tapping 3 times for each (green=low, blue=medium, pink=high). Each temperature setting is designed to max out the flavor.

I found that the medium heat setting worked best for all three of the rods and my favorite was the dual quartz rod as it provided in my opinion, the best tasting of the 3. The Aurora vaporizer also comes with 2 ceramic mouthpieces and out of the two, the oval shaped one seemed to provide little resistance and made taking a hit very smooth.

Final Verdict

Dr. Dabber Aurora

The Doctor is in and he brought his tools with him in the Aurora, an award-winning concentrate pen that’s brought new technology and design to an already saturated market.

If you’re like me and are constantly checking your chamber to see what’s left of your delicious concentrates inside, you will love Dr. Dabber’s magnetic “Snaptech” technology. And since not all concentrates are created equal, it’s great to have the option of easily switching between atomizers.

With a price tag of $99, it will be hard to find a complete kit at this price. In my opinion, the Aurora vaporizer lives up to the hype and I would recommend it for a novice or expert alike.

Dr. Dabber Aurora
Reader Rating0 Votes0
The Good
Comes with 3 heating atomizers
Snaptech magnetic interlocking system
Nice elegant design
Comes with plenty of accessories
Great battery life
The Bad
Can't be charged with a standard micro USB Charger.
9
Overall

Daniel is a vape enthusiast based out of the East Coast. When he's not reviewing all the latest vapes on KnowTechie, you can usually find him designing for Acidskins.com. Daniel is a Graphic Designer with a B.A.

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