What are the best cannabis accessories to give as gifts over the holidays?

“My friends who like cannabis seem to have enough of a supply already. What kind of accessories could I give as presents to get some real friend cred?”

Patricia S.

Giving a unique cannabis accessory to a friend or family member is a great way to cement your status as a superior gift giver. First take a look at how they like to consume cannabis and then get accessories related to that.

For example, if they have a certain sense of style and like to smoke or vape quality cannabis, then get themthe Apothecary Case. For $275, they’ll receive a slick, one-of-kind case designed to be a “full herb and tobacco organizational system,” so their cannabis is fresh, arranged and secure.

A cannabis apothecary case will keep your weed fresh

Some of its features include:

Vegan friendly leatherette interior with high density foam to keep your glassware safe

If your recipient is into dabbing, then maybe they deserve the Puffco Peak Pro, a truly superior portable dabbing rig. Costing $400 and available in different colors, it includes USB-C charging, an improved oven, easy cleaning, and an optional wireless charging stand.

The manufacturer claims: “For the beginner, it’s the most efficient and seamless way to experience the magic of concentrates. For the connoisseur, it offers the highest level of customization and control to dial in the exact experience you’re looking for.”

Daniel Solo

Colfax Dugout Kit

One of my favorite gifts to give is the Colfax Dugout Kit, which is a classic dugout, but made our of wood. It comes in multiple different finishes and has a great price point at $45. I just gifted my brother with one and he loves it!

Billy Y.

If you’re buying for a guy who is a cannabis connoisseur, I’d suggest checking out the EVO Vaporizer from Vapexhale. The tabletop vaporizer is handcrafted and can be used for vaping flower or cannabis concentrate. It also features: high-quality HydraTubes made from durable Borosilicate glass, precision temperature control
an adapter kit for compatibility with an existing glass collection.

EVO vaporizer

With the EVO Connect Starter Kit, you can for $400 share your vaping with two to four other friends. (Pro tip: Hold your finger over the opening at the top of the Nebula Mouthpiece while your friend is inhaling, so they can get the thickest vapor possible.) Its heater core is also encapsulated in glass to provide the purest air path possible

If you want something that’s easier on the pocketbook, but still very stylish, looking like it could be hanging in an art museum, then check out the Nomad Pipe by Tetra, available for $86. Its top swings out part way to reveal a trough full of what you like to smoke, and then stays closed magnetically. The compact brass and aluminum travel pipe is designed by Solstice Studio.

Lovey Montgomery

For those who celebrate Christmas, one of the great joys are the stockings stuffed with small but exciting gifts —. So on a cannabis-accessory theme, here are some ideas to get a buzz going before the main event of present opening.

The Hudson Pipe

Laundry Day offers its disc-shaped glass Hudson pipes in different colors, which allow you to see the smoke gather in its transparent chamber. The circular design of the $65 pipe also gives your smoke a chance to cool down more and “mellow out” before it hits your lips.

The Anker PowerCore 5000 Portable Charger is an ultra-compact, high-speed, powerful charger that can quickly juice up your smartphone or tablet. The remarkably small tube can also be used to charge a vape pen, making you a hero at parties.

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The Grav Coffee Mug is a great way to start your day, concealing a neat bubbler, with a perc and smoke pathway built into the mug’s handle. The $90 mug promises one of the “most pleasant smoking experiences” in a long time, and threatens to supplant your regular joe or tea mug.

Need to light a joint at an awkward angle? There’s no angle beyond the reach of the Dissim Inverted Lighter. Fire up a joint or a candle with a regular lighter used upside down, and you’ll usually burn your fingers. Not so with the $34 Inverted Lighter, which uses a circular grip and an angled flame port to allow you to direct the fire safely in any direction.

Dalton RH

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