T-Bucket Banger 2.0 Assembly (7025)
Introducing the Best-In-Class T-Bucket Banger 2.0. A revolutionary design that is made from Certified Grade 2 Titanium, it features a modular design for easy cleaning, a deep bucket that will fit your favorite 30mm Sic or Sapphire dish and adjustable joints that will allow you to always keep it level. Works with all flat coil enail systems.
Choose between Banger Only (no joint connection), 14mm Male connection or 18.8 Male Connection.
* Dish and Carb Cap sold separately.
End Game Concentrate Titanium Banger right here! Purchased in Feb of 23 and used about a dozen times with live sauce, badder and shatter so far and I'm absolutely in love! Using the SIC dish currently and the flavor is still on par with industry standard enails with quartz bangers! I didn't know how much of a difference the 30mm dish made in comparison to the very small dabbing moat provided by the 28mm SIC and Sapphire dishes for the B2 head. Much easier to dab with this and I don't have to be so careful that I have to worry about it dripping down the side like I do with the B2 if I don't get it right inside the dish. Don't get me wrong, I love my B2 but will only use it for Double Decker Dabs and Flower since purchasing the superior T-Bucket. Looking forward to purchasing the Sapphire Dish when it releases again this April! I run it between 550F and 570F but 550F seems to be the sweet spot. Keeps joint fairly cool since it's so far away from it and I love how easy it is to disassemble and clean thanks to not having any threads in the vapor path. You can even adjust the joints of the Titanium assembly to use on a beaker bong if desired! If you got a 45 degree joint, it's no problem! The new universal carb cap (2 holes) works great with this to reduce the internal pressure and create some milky, tasty and huge clouds! Old carb caps like the previous universal carb cap (1hole) designed for the Vrod also work and i'm still toying around with which one I like better, the 2 hole or 1 hole. If you are already as heavily invested in Cannabis Hardware's modular ecosystem of products as I am, you owe it to yourself to have the very best dabbing experience they provide without having to buy the T-Bucket Pro! If you love concentrates, you got to have this!
I waited for three years before I bought the Tbucket. THis is the best ever you can use for your dabs. No waste, easy to clean, beautiful anesthetics, awesome performance. End game. Get rid of your quartz bangers, caps, temp gun AND that torch.THey will all be laying around once you get the bucket.
I invested a lot on american quartz bangers that I will sell all now due to the bucket.
You will never regret forking out all that dough you paid once you own the bucket.
BUCKET, AWESOME, I RECOMMEND IT!
drop in a blob, set it to something between 500-600 on the auber, pop on your biggest cap, and shred it!
surfs up 🤙
there is no spinning or flipping going on once it gets gummed up. You either need to pull the dish straight out with something sticky on the tip of your finger or remove the whole thing from the bubbler and flip it over. Usually to get the dish out of the bucket you have to scrape the crud off around the area where the tube meets the bucket. I use my fingernail.
I am really happy with my tbucket. So happy that I've bought a couple of them. The SiC and sapphire dishes are a great idea. I don't clean the dish out with a cotton swab after each dab like most dabbers are doing with these dishes. That seems ridiculous to me. Why take a chance cracking a $150 dish? I just always have a clean one handy when it starts getting crud buildup. The black stuff is carbon, and doesn't make the dab taste bad, just negatively affects the way the wax "flashes" or vaporizes. Nice "feature" of the TB is you can spin the bucket upside down to change the dish without removing it from the bubbler. Just grab the handle of the coil and flip it over, the dish drops into your hand. Make sure you do this when it's off and not hot. When you flip it, it loosens the threaded side and when you flip it back it re-tightens. Coil handle has to be on the left side. Don't mess with the thumbscrew. Makes dish changes simple. Cant do that with the dcup, which I also have.
And fwiw I can't tell any difference in performance of the SiC dish vs. the sapphire. They both work great, and if you cant afford the sapphire rest easy knowing they perform about the same. And I clean my dishes with Simple Green Crystal, that stuff is amazing..highly recommend it.