Hot Knife Loading Tool - Indiglow | PuffCo
*New* Indiglow Hot Knife by PuffCo
Hot Knife from PuffCo. Tip is ceramic and heats up to help you slice butter or whatever. Smooth not sharp. Heats up fast and cools down quick.
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This is the one
The Vape Brat Hot Knife is a repurposed Vape Brat adjustable battery in a fancy box and the ceramic tip comes wrapped in bubble wrap. The battery is adjustable (2.0v to 4.0v), but really only works best on the highest setting. Double clicking the battery keeps it on for about 15 seconds. However, it takes at least 30 seconds for the tip to heat up enough for your rosin to slide off, so you need to hold it steady until then. The scoop shape of the tip is nice and works good to get into the crevices of your jar. It is also easy to hold and very sturdy. Need to disassemble to use 510 charger. Dr Dabber Hot Knife is also a rechargeable battery with a tip that gets hot. This hot knife uses a Dr Dabber Ghost battery modified from the Ghost Vaporizer. This knife comes with seven different tips, some of which I don't know where you would use, such as the forked-tongue tip. But you never know. The longer the tip, the longer to heat/cool. This one is very sturdy since it's made of metal; I don't know if it's stainless steel or chromed pot metal. Need to hold the button down and it shuts off after 15 seconds even while holding it. The downside of this design is that you need to hold your finger over the lighted button and now can no longer see if it's actually on. This knife takes 30-40 seconds before it gets hot enough for your rosin to slide off. Need to disassemble to use 510 charger. The Puffco Budder Cutter Tool comes in a really nice presentation box. It is purpose built, ie: it was designed and built to be a hot knife. It is always oriented correctly for use. The the light is visible when you're holding the button down. The design is rectangular and as such will not roll off a table. Charging is through a c-usb and allows through charging so you can use it while it's charging. The initial charge lasted 11 days and the recharge was less than an hour. Now here's why this one is the best of the three: it heats up in 3 seconds. You literally need to count 3 seconds in your mind and let go of the button at the 3rd second or you will vaporize the rosin on your hot knife (it shuts off at ~4 seconds) & cools down just as quickly. This one has a short ceramic blade and it might not be as tough as the previous two, but so far it's proved plenty sturdy after a few weeks of use. The Puffco Heated Loading Tool is hands down the winner of the three. It is, however, the most expensive. But as a proud owner of all three of the above, I can attest to the fact that Econ 101 correctly states that you get what you pay for. While I know that there may be other hot knife dabbers on the market, I have run out of money to spend on this type of item and have as many as I need, including a rather ambiguous forked-tongue tip! One further note: yes, there's always some product left on the knife blade: simply heat it up just a little bit and wipe it on a joint. Just a word about Cream City Vapes: it takes a loooooong time to get your product from them.
I've spent alot of money with cream city vapes and they alwasy come through ..got a mighty a puffco pro and this hot knofe aswell as other small items and never had an issues
Really like it
First time with a hot knife product
I use it often its nice for more saucy concentrates not so much sugar ones. I used a discount and points so it made it a little easier to spend the $50.