Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Fenton Mewley, Jul 21, 2015.
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An Omni is an Omni because of its finely milled threaded condenser/mouthpiece assembly that sits snuggly in place with orings.
The mp screws onto the condenser. When it is screwed all the way together, the condensers overall length is shortened and that allows fresh air to come into the airport, down to the tip and up into the condenser.
As you unscrew the mp, the length becomes increasingly longer and the beveled condenser end moves into the tip, obstructing air flow. Set your desired air restriction and time away.
All other Vapcaps have a straight tube condenser held in place with x-rings. It is this condenser that a spinning mouthpiece can fit onto, again secured with x-rings.
You can have an Omni OR you can have a Vapcap with a spinning mp.
Here is an Omni next to a Ti Woody S with a Blackwood body and a spinning burl mp.
Here they are disassembled.
And the condenser and mps apart.
EDIT: Sorry. I misread the question to ask why they could not have a spinning mp on an Omni...
@Squiby good response but I think they’re wondering why the ti spinning mp isn’t an option on the dynabuilder. I would like to see ss tips in the dynabuilder
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@Squiby Thanks for the detailed response. I actually needed that as well.
@KidFated. is correct. Wondering why you can't choose the ti spinning mouthpiece in Dynabuilder? I guess you just choose "no mouthpiece " and add it a la carte?
I have used the XL condenser and spinning mouthpiece from my XLS nonavong with the XL Omni stem with great results. I myself do not find the omni condenser/mouthpiece necessary. But I am all about the XL stem length.
By the way, the rainbow color looks amazing in person
Can anyone help point me in the direction of where I can pickup a ti-woody? Ive been scouring the net and even reached out to dynavap with no luck! Specifically looking for cocobolo, would settle for a blackwood as well!
Thanks for the link. I should have been more clear, I am looking for the one with the spinning mouthpiece... I think it's called a double crown design. Everything I've found online is without a mouthpiece and single crown...
Beggars can’t be choosers when it comes to units like these
Fair enough. Although I will say $ isn't really the issue so the begging part is mainly for a source
I just had a chance to take a look and as always your videos and reviews are accurate and top-notch!
See the reply to Summer about the carb.
Summer (and all),
There are a lot of logistics behind creating variances of the mods that I offer. Without going into a lot of details behind what's going on, an offering on colors or carbless versus carb would only result in one thing, a price increase to the customer. I hope that in my service to The Vaping Community you've all seen that I've done what I can to keep prices as low as possible without going into the red.
Variances are ordered in lower volume.
Resulting in higher cost per piece.
So that's carbs vs carbless.
Then add to that colors.
Another bump in price.
Now don't get me wrong, my glass guy is amazing and he can make all the custom pieces that you want at all the pricing level of individual custom made items. Not many would go for these, as if they broke, same price to replace.
What I provided with this wand and the shorter one is the most cost-effective way to make it complete vapcap powered vaporizer consisting of vapcap cap $20, stainless steel tip for $25,both from dynavap and the wand or glass vapcap body from yours truly. Add a 14 or 18 mm cheap Chinese Water tool of your choice and you've got one long-lasting hard-hitting efficient vaporizer in your hands .
One day maybe. But for now I need to serve the masses.
Not an issue with my longwater one and barely warm with the shorty.
Check out 420 Vape Zone video review for his input on wand temp. Troy is amazing and he calls it like it is!
I got that blackwood double crown and the chakte kok spinning mouthpiece from puff it up maybe a month ago. Perhaps I go the last one? I couldn't find one anywhere else. Yeah it sure is nice, one of my favorites. I think I would call them up. Otherwise maybe one will go up for sale in the classifieds.
Does the body of the double crown stay cool while your going thru heat cycles? My M heats up so much, this is my main reason for wanting to switch. I feel like the wood would do a much better job keeping the body cool and also a smaller footprint than the vong bodies for EDC...
Huh, no more slim wood stems, that’s a shame. And like another member said, there’s only the slim carbon midsections that are non metal now =\.
I don’t feel that the nona vongs are even half as elegant as the original double crowns and don’t close the gap in the product line. I wonder if the slim wood will come back?
In my experience the double crowned stem doesn't get hot.
About the M: have you thought about buying a XL condenser and a spinning mouthpiece to make a M XL? The added length makes it easier to avoid the hottest part of the body close to the tip.
@Winegums I love the slim wood bodies and stems aesthetically, but I had a stem that changed a bit in size. The first few months I could insert the tip easily, but now the tip doesn't fit anymore
That is likely why they are discontinued besides being made from exotic wood. The wood is very thin and doesn’t offer much in the way of strength.
I vape whenever I am awake. I am retired hurt from the mining industry so I spend my time growing and consuming pot. I am homophobic (I don`t like leaving home much) so I have a lot of time to consume.
The one sitting where the lighter outlasted me was about 5 hours for 60 heat cycles, click to click (that was all I could handle for the day otherwise I would not have been able to have my Plenty night cap). I usually take one big mouth pull per cycle, sometimes 2, just to make sure I get a cool down click.
Bit of glass stem action for you guys. I made these btw, hope you like them. Sorry for such an image heavy post but i dont have time to do little and often atm. Will also post these in my thread over here:
If your interested in owning a glass stem then shoot me a DM or get me on IG.
Big love fellow vapcappers and fuckcombustionites, stay classy!
CFL shifty carbed gong
Couple of work in progress still on the handles
Some available bits
These will be available 8n batches, they dont have a name yet but i think everyone will like them. Very classy.
Couple customs for the guy with the big underwear @HughJundys
This diddy has amber purple highlights so was trying to capture some of the darker colours.
Thanks again mad love vapfam!
@davesmith loving the way stuff is turning out.
Not that I have any bias but the twists in the 'works in progress' take that clear glass to another dimension.
Come on fellow VC'ers show this man a bit of support, a few of you have been after some nice glass stems.
I'll be in touch Mr Smith
Wow @davesmith, those are gorgeous!
Also, wow, @phattpiggie, the work you’ve been posting lately is breathtaking
I have one piece from him already. Before that I had never tried glass, condenserless, or carbless . After my first few sessions with it I was fighting myself not to run in and place another order. I don't know what it is, maybe all in my head, but the glass seems to make my hits smoother and cooler than my store bought set ups. Yesterday, a buddy stopped by whom I had given an omni set up last month. He's new to it and over the month is using it more and more to where this was his first visit to re-fill his torch. I gave him a toke through the glass. His remark was, "wow thats smooth".
As you can see from above I would eventually lose the fight and ended up buying three more from him. I'm a sucker for something that works well and is beautiful.
So on the glass body idea, if you haven't tried it I strongly urge you to do so.
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