Ghost Knowledge Base
The Dr. Dabber Ghost is the original low-heat vaporizer pen for oils and waxes. Our Titanium Technology heats to the ideal temperature slowly, instead of burning red hot on contact. This eliminates the burned, electric taste synonymous with vaporizer pens, ensuring you can enjoy the flavor of your oils or waxes. Nothing is more durable or reliable than the Dr.Dabber Ghost!
How to load and use your pen
Do not dry burn atomizers. This will help extend the life and flavor of these parts, there should always be oil on the coils while vaporizing. Atomizers are not covered under warranty as they are are disposable components and will need to be replaced over time. We recommend between 2-4 months depending on usage. Your atomizers will begin to season overtime, allowing them to produce more vapor with less concentrates.
Charging the Battery
Try not to let your battery die out completely to extend the life of the battery. Please remove the charging cord as soon as the unit is fully charged, as the cord will not stop the trickle-down effect, meaning it will slowly start to lose power over time after a full charge, while plugged in. You can always unplug and plug the unit back in to check if it needs a few more minutes for a full charge.
Keeping It Clean
7. Screw the atomizer back onto the battery and load product again.
*You may also soak atomizers in isopropyl alcohol, but we do not recommend doing this often as alcohol may degrade these parts. Do NOT rinse atomizers in water and make sure they are completely dry of alcohol before use.*
**Do NOT leave airflow regulator and atomizers in alcohol over the recommended time frame. This may damage the finish on these parts.**
The Ghost is compatible with the Ghost Ceramic Atomizer, Ghost Atomizer, Ghost Full Top (includes atomizer, airflow regulator, and mouthpiece), Ghost Globe Attachment, and Ghost Globe Atomizer (Globe Attachment needed to use this atomizer).
The Ghost will blink 3 times to indicate a faulty connection with the atomizer or if the atomizer has ceased to function.
Make sure your battery is fully charged for best results.
Remove the atomizer from the battery and ensure there is no debris between the contact and the battery, then reattach. This will help with any faulty connections or misfires.
Make sure your atomizer is not threaded too tightly to the battery. About finger tight is recommended.
Clean all connection points between the atomizer and the battery with a cotton swab and ISO alcohol. Clean out any residue from the airflow holes on the atomizer.
Check the firing pin on the battery for damage or residue.
Make sure your battery is powered on with 5 rapid clicks of the power button. The battery is on when the light illuminates while the power button is depressed.
Replace atomizer and test functionality.