Dipstick Vapes Unveils ‘Ocean Blue’ Dipper to Benefit Oceana

As we head into springtime and with Earth Day on the horizon, companies are stepping up with donations to help benefit global charitable organizations, the latest of which is Dipstick Vapes. The popular vaporizer company that’s made waves in the industry with their Dipper vaporizer, is now making waves of a different kind. They’ve unveiled a special ‘Ocean Blue’ edition of the Dipper, of which 5 percent of sales proceeds will be donated to oceanic conservancy charity, Oceana


Oceana is a global organization that seeks to make the world’s oceans more bio-diverse and abundant. It’s the largest international group that focuses on ocean conservation, repair, and care. The Earth’s oceans are dangerously polluted, and face many other threats like over-fishing, poaching, and acidification.


Dipstick Vapes’ CEO Mike Bologna explained their reasoning for choosing Oceana, “Oceans cover 71% of the earth’s surface but we’re rarely conscious of the impact that our habits on land have on our oceans. Our marine ecosystems are facing increasingly concerning threats from human interaction; most notably plastics and greenhouse gas emissions. We all need to better understand, mitigate, and avoid the damaging habits we’ve adopted in order to give the oceans and their inhabitants a chance to survive.”


The Dipper vaporizer has a unique Vapor Tip Atomizer that provides a convenient and simple way to dab without a rig and torch or any loading, and its Quartz Crystal Atomizer allows the user to load the Dipper like a traditional pack-and-go pen but get a true dab hit. It’s perfect for those who don’t want to carry unwieldy equipment or are cautious of torch-lit dabs.

Get the Ocean Blue Dipper on the Dipstick Vapes website. Curious about the Dipper vaporizer? Check out our full review of it here.

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