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Dynavap VapCap

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Fenton Mewley, Jul 21, 2015.

  1. NoitsubmocKcuf

    NoitsubmocKcuf Member

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    Possibly true and deleted post.
     
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  2. WoodVillain

    WoodVillain Backwoods Rated

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    Rebreathing is nothing new and not something I find necessary IMO.

    Any bag vape has lesser, worse, flavor after the bag has been used a couple times... bags get expensive if not reusing.... plastic in my vapor path doesn't excite me either.

    The EQ can do anything the volcano can do and more... and I still got rid of both.

    I thought the idea of the need to hold in vapor for X amount of time has been debunked... but even if that's true, I'm not counting... or caring.


    I have no issues hitting my VC. I'm not rushing, I'm not exhaling fast because I'm scared of losing vapor....I use it more like a joint.... relaxed and at my speed even if I lose a fraction of the vapor...


    Are there harder hitting vapes? YES. Are there better tasting vapes? YES.

    But are there harder hitting, better tasting, more durable, as easily concealable vapes? Not that I'm aware of at ANY PRICE.


    I wanna try the fury 2 and a vapman... but there's no thought in my mind that they'll replace my omnivap. And I wouldn't trust either when I'm camping, fishing, kayaking, hunting, or hiking.
     
  3. NoitsubmocKcuf

    NoitsubmocKcuf Member

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    Induction heaters with measured temps should get rid of technique deviations in heating the cap, having to hold it properly, having to spin it, etc. A lot of variation in how you heated the cap effecting the hit

    it will make the heating way more precise and then it will be perfect.
     
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  4. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    Agree!
    $7.00 - $90.00?
     
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  5. PapaEmeritusCDXX

    PapaEmeritusCDXX Lord of The Flies.

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    as someone with a hand built IH, it's easier come winter time to heat up.

    I can still heat my dyna in the 3 spots(low, mid, high.), and not worry about if my lighter won't put off enough heat in -15F temps.

    I can rotate and heat with a torch, that's not hard, but the induction is a good QOL improvement.

    Also my bubbler seems to work. I'll just electric tape/painting tape over the crack and be done. It doesn't leak, but it's interesting.

    I am torn on another dynavap. Omni XL or Darkwood Omnivong XL.

    (I still wish dynavap had black wood/carbon.)
     
  6. I'm Ron Burgundy?

    I'm Ron Burgundy? I love vape

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    Where can you purchase an IH?
    I just got my DynaVap M and have ordered a water wand.

    Loving this little vape so far. I’ve used a torch and regular lighter.
    This thing is surprisingly efficient :rockon:
     
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  7. stark1

    stark1 Dump agent orange

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    @Pipes, the man.

    His miniPortside is hardy, and efficient. While there are others, most are not portable.

    Patiently waiting for Pipes to showcase his micro. Pipes?
     
  8. I'm Ron Burgundy?

    I'm Ron Burgundy? I love vape

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    Thanks! Do you know if there is a wait list for these?

    I’ll have to message him later after work.
     
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  9. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    Hey,

    LORD of the FLIES is a vary decent read while STONED!
    I MEDICATED 2B CIVILIZED
    “M” is like that!
     
  10. cybrguy

    cybrguy I mean really, WTF

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    Here is the info on Pipes goodies...
    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_202eBzWeF7rkTjqV5sWumPxtbSNtfjqOZEs1i9d16k/edit

    Last I heard him speak about it he said he was caught up. The info in that link says 3 weeks for the Mini, but I don't know if it is up to date.

    I have a JarHead and I love it...

    This is a link to his thread... http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/vapcap-induction-heater-for-desktop-and-in-car-use.23211/page-103
     
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  11. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    WTF = Weird True Facts?
    “M” = FUNCTIONALITY ?
     
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  12. I'm Ron Burgundy?

    I'm Ron Burgundy? I love vape

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    Thanks so much! I’ll check those links out. :peace:
     
  13. StringTheorista

    StringTheorista Well-Known Member

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    Ataxian is back(xian)!
     
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  14. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    I was vaping some KUSH from East Long Beach so I had my “M” = CIVILIZED BEHAVIOR
    DON’T be scared?
     
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  15. cybrguy

    cybrguy I mean really, WTF

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    I just wanted to add, after having talked up @Pipes excellent wares, that any second now DynaVap their very own selves should be introducing their anxiously awaited IH device. Still vaporware but promised soon...
     
  16. NoitsubmocKcuf

    NoitsubmocKcuf Member

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    True but i think people will budget themselves out of the upgrade and just get an M with an induction heater

    https://fluxerheaters.com/portable-heaters

    I think an "M" with a heater is money better spent than the upgraded version and then no money left over for a heater.

    anyone with exp with induction heaters chip in your opinion,

    do you buy a vapcap M then save the left over money for a heater to go with it, or do you spend all the money on an upgraded vapcap? and then just not get a heater?
     
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  17. cybrguy

    cybrguy I mean really, WTF

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    Whoosh...
     
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  18. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    Ive found that i cant rely on a torch vape while doing any those things in coldish weather, theres too much fighting it just to get a decent hit. And if theres any wind it becomes the wrong tool for the job and thats when my Alfa comes out. The VC ranges anywhere from the best vape to the most unusable vape for an outdoorsman. It depends on the weather. Of course if youre off the grid for a long time and you want to sesh and your battery vapes are dead, it has to be the VC regardless of weather.
     
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  19. cybrguy

    cybrguy I mean really, WTF

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    I haven't had the joy of using ANY vape in very extreme weather yet. When faced with it I have generally been able to get inside a car or somewhere out of the wind. But I imagine really really cold or windy would all but require battery power from something powerful like an RBT vape or something else mod dependent to compete with the cold.
     
  20. WoodVillain

    WoodVillain Backwoods Rated

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    I get that. Especially depending on your location. Here in florida I've never had it get too cold for me to get good hits, and i kayak through winter yearly. And even when deep sea shark fishing I've been able to block the wind enough with my hat.... not as easy, but doable.

    The cyclone triple torch is the only one I really take when outdoors. Single torches make it harder/ longer for certain in windy situations.


    Everyone will have their own preferences. But for me the VC is the ultimate outdoor vape.


    My fury2 has been ordered.... I was having a really hard time deciding fury2 or vapman.... i went fury2 just to change the pace up a bit from butane power to battery... but i still really wanna try the vapman too....
     
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  21. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    75-90 usually here in NOVEMBER?
    MOVE to CIVILIZATION!
    “M” work’s really well?
     
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  22. Skunkport

    Skunkport Well-Known Member

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    You buy a vapcap M, then give it to a friend and buy multiple more vapcaps and order custom bodies and a fluxer deluxe heater engraved with...fuck, I can't decide...maybe Rand on Dragonmount?


    [​IMG]
     
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  23. stark1

    stark1 Dump agent orange

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    Long Beach? Is that a part of Mexico?
    75-90 degrees is way hawt for a true Northern soul. ;)

    I like the chill of an Autumn night in Massachusetts, and a warm sB M. :cheers::spliff:

    —Besides, I hear Arizona is selling beach front property.
    I did like the Babes in Bikinis in La Jolla when in Camp Pendelton. :wave:

    M19, comming soon. Black Friday, to. Surprise. Surprise. :dog:
     
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  24. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    When I worked in corporate AMERICA the people outside of CALIFORNIA made jokes about CALIFORNIA people?

    JEALOUS most likely?

    Da “M” is all U need to MEDICATE!

    If BLING is what U want They have it as well!
    LONG BEACH is north of me in Orange County along the Coast. (Ghetto Growing)
    If CALIFORNIA falls in da OCEAN?
    Da whole world will no longer exist!(our species)
     
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  25. -dab8-

    -dab8- Dyna-saur

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    I have a newbie question or two. I never take my vapcaps apart. Till now have just been running a q-tip through them while hot, and swabbing out the tip.

    I decided to try to use the different tip sizes on the titanium cap, so I removed the screen, but since I’ve taken it out it doesn’t want to stay where I put it very well. Any tricks? I looked at the screen and it did seem bent at first, so I tried to straighten it out a little which helped a little. I feel like at one point someone said to put the screen in from one end, and take it out from the other, but can’t remember which was which, or which adjusting the screen would classify as.

    On a sort of related note, as I’m looking in my stainless steel tip on the m (2018), it looks like there is an indentation in the tip (like the several indentations the titanium tip has) that should hold the screen instead of it being all the way at the bottom. This would increase air flow also I would think. Should the screen in the stainless steel tips be in this other groove? That would decrease the “bowl” size, but not by much.

    Thanks in advance everyone.
     
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