Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Fenton Mewley, Jul 21, 2015.
Yep, a pretty addictive and expensive universe! But worth the lost of control and money
I'm so willing to get one of these, that if I see a good offer during Black_Friday - Ciber_Monday - Call_it_Whatever_You_Like, I may be asking for money to a friend in advance. Although I'm not a fan of spending money I don't have. XD
Get the "M" first if you have to save money. It performs nearly the same as the other ones, is durable and also the cheapest one. This vape is not for everyone cause of it's high draw restriction! You need patience and experiences to handle it properly.
But if disappointed then cheap disappointed.
Wait till your VCAS kicks in, your wallet will be screaming...
Or your SO
I don't know who everybody else is. Other than her majesty I haven't really noticed anyone calling it any different than you are calling it. The tip (with the cap on it) is the top. That is how most people orient it, and how they load it (unless they suck or twist load it). The MP (or the digger on the cap) is the bottom. It just seems logical to me. Must be my Vulcan ancestors.
I didnt think there would be confusion over this, as I got my interpretation of top and bottom straight from this thread many months ago. Top as in the tip side, the side opposite from where you hold the device when heating with a lighter. Bottom as in the area closest to the digger outer of the cap.
I love my Cocobolo Omnivap. I get dark brown abv in three heat cycles with a Vertigo triple torch. Switching between mouthpulls and lungpulls. Only thing I like more about my "M" is its weight.
Somehow I can't post pictures here with my phone.
Modnote: Edited to display image
No! As @stark1 described is the way we look at it. Top is the clicker end, digger is the bottom.
I conclude that we are not talking about the same part of the item.
I thought you were talking about the cooling fins.
No spiral, no thread.
Now I think you are talking about the spiral air channels?
I have something with multi start threading. Works a treat but ATM I can't think of what it is.
George is so thorough I was surprised there was no quick start guide in the tube.
Hard to believe but some are not on the net.
Perhaps they do not buy Dynavapes.
IKR! I like digger and how about clicker. Sometimes I heat Mr. Digger and sometimes Mr. Clicker.
DE and CE? Dog knows the world need more acronyms!
I like it!
Even 60 & 70 year olds are on the web today -- even if they have to do it at the library. For those much older folks who aren't, well, they'll just have to be turned on by a younger pup & be given personalized instruction.
@phattpiggie, '420' that is coincidental. BTW, 1-1/2 yrs. later is your 95 yr. old friend still with us? And did you turn him/her onto vaping?
This thread has come full circle a number of times. I know we've been here before.
*Edit- vapcaps are super effective at what they do
When you say this vape, you mean the M, the Omni or the VapCap family in general?
I read M in his post
Magnetic stand tested, works great.
Bubbler adaptor tested, works great.
G13 cued, anticipation building!
Did I mention I love this place.
@Summer I'm afraid he passed away at 96.
His brother still lived in his own home, 102.
He'd accepted his time had come a couple of weeks beforehand.
Lovely man, you can't begin to imagine the changes he would have seen.
@Willy, @Hogni meant the M in terms of draw resistance, but you can significantly reduce the resistance by adding a ti tip.
@Planck, well that makes 2 of us -- DE & CE it is, at least for us.
@phattpiggie, God Bless him, 96 is a wonderful run. And, yes, I can imagine the changes he would have seen as I know my dad would have been astounded by both the wonderful & disheartening changes that have occurred since.
Looks like the Unicorn 7-finned TI tip is still available here:
That's odd. However, the Dynavap team are in the process of creating a set of universal instructions that will be understood by the 30-some countries purchasing a Vapcap.
In the mean time, here is a link to the current set of instructions. If you have any questions, let us know, we are here to help you.
I've never felt any confusion with the terminology over the last couple of years. A cap is a cap, is a cap, be it a Vapcap cap or a baseball cap or the cap on your favorite pen.
The top of the cap is the sealed end. For the Vapcap cap, this is where the bi-metal clicking disks are enclosed.
The bottom is the open end. This is where the digger outter extends and where the tip's herb chamber slides up into.
So sayith Squiby. Case closed. Until next time.
I'm pretty sure that's a gen 3 tip. Gen 3 and gen 4 both have 7 fins. The gen 4 tips have deeper/wider spiral grooves that increase the amount of convection. It's a little bit of extra magic that makes the gen 4 special.
Good eye..that's a gen 3 indeed!
My first Ti tip was a gen 3, on my Blackwood Woody S. My second is a gen 4 on a Vong. I know the gen 4 should have better airflow because of the wider channels but the Woody seems to give me better hits and is still my favorite.
The Vong actually gets more love because I use it at home with my JarHead.
If you really like the gen 3 better than the gen 4... well, let's just say I'm willing to make a huge sacrifice. You can send me your gen 4 and I'll send you a gen 3. By Grabthar's hammer...
Seems Gen 4 also spirals to the right, with wider channels, Gen 3, to the left.
cg, have you ever tried putting the gen 4 on the woody & vice versa to see the impact? I'm curious. Try it & lmk.
I so want a gen 4 ti tip. Per you guys, that website shows 7 fin, gen 3, but lists 4 & 6 fins???
Separate names with a comma.