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Off The Shelf: Dabber Dock

These were made by an astute student of the sesh who understands that versatility and portability are a must.

Dabbers are always looking for creative ways to elevate their experience, and for our Concentrates and Extracts Issue, it’s only right that we continue the tradition. Dabber Dock is a small, southern Oregon business born (back in 2017) of this same spirit. Founder and CEO Robert Morris was searching for a better way to set and store sticky dab tools when he stumbled onto his own versatile silicone style.

The brilliance of Dabber Dock products lies in simplicity. It’s clear that these were made by an astute student of the sesh who understands that versatility and portability are a must. The pack of three pocket-sized pieces is truly all you need to cater to all types of tools.

A versatile dabber holder is fitted to facilitate nearly any handle and even offers a suction cup-style bottom for a sturdy situation when on the go. There’s a drip cup in the middle to keep your table clean, but we’ve even used this as an alternative for large marbles and small caps. There’s also a designated Dabber Dock for carb caps, and it’s deep enough to fit a variety of sizes and styles. The divot in the middle means your table stays drip-free post-dab.

Fancy folks firing up with marbles, towers, pillars and any other petite accessories can skip the mid-sesh search party – Dabber Dock’s Terp-Slurper Accessories Holder is here to save the day. Most of us have spent more time on the floor looking for loose marbles than we’d care to admit, but this sleek little stand securely holds two of them, plus a couple of pillars. 

Each Dabber Dock product is heat resistant, cleanable with a quick ISO wipe and comes in multiple color options (including glow-in-the-dark). The only thing we’re left wondering is why you haven’t already grabbed your own. 

dabberdock.com | @dabber_dock

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This article was originally published in the July 2024 issue of Oregon Leaf.

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