Baller Nut (3407)
The baller nut solves the issue of having to stuff a Ti screen into the Vrod Top.
It prevents Quartz balls or any other pearl from exiting through the intake hole.
This nut will prevent you from using the standard Universal Carb Cap (7027) and will require a different one.
- Grade 2 Titanium
- Prevents balls from exiting through the intake hole.
About the baller:
Introduced in Aug-2021 The Baller is the newest head designed for the flowerpot ecosystem.
We started with the legendary Vrod head and machined away the inside to accommodate 58 Quartz 4 mm spheres. This design more than doubles the heater's surface area.
Instead of the straight air channels found in the Vrod, the balls create an obstructed air path forcing the air around the balls resulting in better efficiency.
You are able to customize your experience by using different material balls that are widely available. (Ruby, Sapphire, Quartz, SiC)
Using different size, shape, and material balls will change the flavor and performance of the head.
Hey there in a earlier review I said I use my 82 filled 4mm sic filled baller head at 680 degrees, it is actually 660 degrees, down form 711 degrees quartz. The baller nut is so cool allows for 82 sic Terp pearls in the original baller head. Really love. Really great product and company. Works great. Can do a 1-2 hit flower wonder.Super nice.
Love this, no more fear of sending scorching rubies of doom across the room if it gets knocked over.
The Baller Nut is a great addition to the Baller Head. Someone mentioned the Baller Nut doesn't allow them to use their carb cap so they only left 3 stars. Using the Baller Head you don't need to cap at all when using flower. Looking forward to the new carb cab being released soon that will work with the Baller Nut for doing dabs. If you have the Baller Head a carb cap is not recommended when using dry material. Keep up the awesome work Cannabis Hardware!
I like it, but since the nut doesn’t let the carb cap fit, I have to take away a few stars. I love my combos so I had to take it off and put the regular nut back on