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Puffco Hotknife

As the saying goes, necessity is the mother of invention, and if that’s true, necessity’s been knocked up with the Puffco Hot Knife since dabbing first became a thing. Longest. Pregnancy. Ever. If you’ve ever found yourself questioning the basic science of using a stainless-steel dab wand to smear the sticky icky across a silicon dab mat, the Puffco Hot Knife was made for you. It’s an electronic dabbing tool with a tip that heats up, making the struggle with the sticky a thing of the past. Just hold down the button, wait three seconds and watch your gooey goodness slide right off the tip like sweet butter.

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