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Glitter Pond Full Set: Laurel Vine Hybrid with Dicro Apex Cap and Dabitat™ Bowl

$230.00 - $250.00
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SKU:
VGW-DABITAT-LAURELPOND

Set Includes:

  • Hybrid nail, selection of size and fit, from Victory Glassworks
  • Boro Dicro Apex Cap from Victory Glassworks
  • Dabitat™ Glitter Pond Bowl
  • Selection of Optech™ Quartz Spinner
  • 4/5 Stainless Steel Sphere Tong Tool
  • Black Ti Spatula Dabber
  • Sweeps Cotton Swabs, 50 pack

Victory Glassworks Hybrid, limited edition Laurel Art:

The Hybrid design combines features for a powerful easy to use nail; The tall single width chamber is easy to clean and fits many accessories which spin easily from the angle cut intake.

Diameter Inner:  16mm
Diameter Outer:  11mm
Wall Thickness:  2.5mm
Dish Depth:  66mm
Weight: ~41.2g
Accessory Fit:  up to 12mm OD x 40mm Tall

 

Boro Apex Cap:

The cone differentiates an Apex Cap from others - the size and shape are designed to rotate the air from the side arm, improving overall function and splash resistance.

Dabitat™ is a project from the ladies of Team D-Nail making high quality accessory dishware for the dab habitat! Our goal is to use our creativity, knowledge and crafting skill to bring together beauty and practicality in every unique piece.

Glittering Floral Pond Bowl with Fish Handles:

A black glass bowl with silver metal  floral details and sculpted fish handles; the interior is coated in pale blue dark silicone with embedded shimmer. This dishware will be great for small accessories and will fit some quartz nails.

Silicone Pad:  Pale Blue with Shimmer
Total Dimension:  136x170mm
Inner Diameter:  130mm
Lower Diameter:  69mm
Dish Depth:  ~48mm
Total Height:  70mm
Base Condition:  used, light wear, some scratches*

 

Every Dabitat™ item is unique from the solid base to the soft silicone coating, most items are made from second hand items to up-cycle* old treasures into new treasures with a uniquely useful purpose.

* Second hand items have wear and tear of life upon them, which is often expressed in chips and scratches; we accept flaws as a part of the character of an individual piece.