DCup Desktop Vaporizer by NewVape

graydeh1

TRVP ATTY REP
Of course we test stuff before we release. If you have the mentality that once you are done, you are done, then you will never evolve. We keep an open eye and ear for feedback and suggestions, mainly from people in this forum to revise existing products or to design new ones.

There is no such thing as the ultimate device, but revising your own work and making small improvements are a great way to get there. We are a smaller company so we are able to turn these changes around very quickly as opposed to a company like apple or something. In my opinion, this is the true spirit of innovation.

Even the first iteration of the Vrod is a monster. The issue with the dish was unfortunate but thats what happens when you HAVE to design devices around products that you dont make. These dishes are pretty standard across the board, so we have to design our stuff around that. When one supplier pulls the rug from under you and decides to no longer respond, you gotta get on your feet quickly and find another supplier that perhaps missed the mark by like 0.001. Guess what happens then? Bunch of parts dont fit together.

There is a bit more to the process than one might think.
I hear that, but read through the list of what I posted, I still believe its a bit much. You are entitled to your opinion as well. Again I love my vrod but have to say some of the choices the company has made are not ideal to the customer and would not float in a lot of other industries. Not to mention the social media backlash with the whole "Troy" thing, that did not sit well with me. I still love the vape and will buy newvape product, just not super happy about the things I mentioned, but don't really care one way or another.
peace love and clouds.
 
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EmDeemo

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Why, please.

What do you see as discriminators and the advantages of tbucket vs dcup?

Thank you.

To boil it all down to a soundbite type response, the tbucket is a much smoother hit.

Accumulated testing doesnt leave me gasping for air in the mornings as my lungs insist on telling me I've done too much and need to back off. Still not hit that point yet and I'm dabbing more than ever now :)

Last night I did a 0.23g dab (starting at 415f and ramping up to 425f to try and get thru it :) ), which left me sweating and my eyes streaming but illicited no cough or the associated asthma problems that get set off by the cough/irritation, and no ill effects with increased phlegm on my chest today.

EDIT: Also, improved efficiency with a 1 hole carb cap, bigger clouds at similar temps I was using the dcup at (aprox 415) as evidenced by much better performance at 400f.

EDIT 2: My main guess is that its improved efficiency is in some way maybe down to the heat being more isolated from the glass (the glass connector is only luke warm) and the fact the tbucket is nearly twice the length, plus the extra mass of metal retaining more heat.
 
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elmomuzz

That just happened...
It must have taken forever to finish. I’m more of a one or two and done type guy so I set my dcup to 711 and just crank it down. :D
 
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EmDeemo

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It must have taken forever to finish. I’m more of a one or two and done type guy so I set my dcup to 711 and just crank it down. :D

I didnt film it sadly, even tho I knew I should. Planning to do it again soon, I'll film it and see how long it takes. It didnt feel like it took that long, and the hits were thick and plentiful, with the vapour just keeping on coming until I ran out of lung room :D

One hole carb cap and a really sharp inhale works wonders.

EDIT: Just for you @elmomuzz , I took the temp up to a whopping 480f and did a 0.2 dab. It went down completely in three long inhales.
 
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ctv47

New Member
Hey @newvape918 are you guys planning on adding the d-cup to the new website? I couldn't see it on there and would like to order one along side a weedeater.
 
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RustyOldNail

SEARCH for the treasure...
Sacking off the SiC balls/terp pearls and heading back up the temp ranges, swapping between a 1 hole and 2 hole carb cap.

You know, for science.

Finally got around to trying this on my DCup. Like many of the things emmdeemo posts, at first glance, I don’t think much about it, but like 5 THC gummies later, something creeps up on me, I wonder, go back, decipher, and then get it!

Once again, pure experimental genius....

Ordered a nice variety pack of silicone plug/stoppers for my open glass rigs, to replace those nasty black rubber type plugs. One of the tiny ones fits in the NV carb cap. So what the hell, gave it a few SPINS! Nothing to lose, just pull out the plug, it doesn’t even go all the way down the hole, so no, I’m not worried about silicone leech. I may just cut the top part off that sticks out. Why....

Because, for me at least, the dab is better. Much better, especially small amounts of concentrates. If you toss huge amounts in your dish, you might like 2-hole airflow. Anyways, if you haven’t tried it......

ONE HOLE for the WIN......

Thanks Emmdeemo, as always!
 

EmDeemo

ACCOUNT INACTIVE
What is consider a LOW TEMP DAB on the Dcup?

Its near impossible to answer that unless you know what the temp of your dish is, compared to the temp set on your controller. The two can be very different.

Dish temp tho, around 350 - 460 is where I would be playing, depending on size of dab and type of concentrate.
 
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LordRandall420

Oklahoma Cannabis
Its near impossible to answer that unless you know what the temp of your dish is, compared to the temp set on your controller. The two can be very different.

Dish temp tho, around 350 - 460 is where I would be playing, depending on size of dab and type of concentrate.
Word, I've moved up to 550 slowly on my Auber. It's hard to judge, as a quartz banger is easier to judge. Using Dcup currently.
 
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EmDeemo

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Thats the way tho. Start a temp, then go up or down incrementally and see where you like.

Thankfully, miraculously, my controller at the temps I like is surprisingly similar to whatever the dish temp is. So I'm at 410f most of the time.

On the other hand, some users are up at 700+, so it depends on the controller and personal sensibilities.

I would add tho, once you go over around 500f dish temp, the likelihood of turning terpenes to carbon is very high. THC itself vapes at a very low temp (around 350f), so plenty to consider.

This kinda learning is fun :D
 

The Stray Fox

Separated from the group
DCup or TBucket. I’ve read both treads and fully understand the differences but am still torn. I’m posting here because I’m leaning more towards the DCup. I like the revisions that NV made to it such as offsetting the lid screw and and changing the way the various size joints are screwed onto the body. I like that the lid protects the dish from falling out and I like the compact size. I’m pretty new to concentrates which is adding to the anxiety around the purchase.
 

The Stray Fox

Separated from the group
🦗 In here. I’ll just assume it’s because y’all are to busy using your DCups. Got my digital multimeter and have been playing around with reading dish temps on my VRod In preparation of my DCup arriving. All the advice here and in the TBucket thread has been great especially with understanding dish temperature vs. coil temp and how to properly take readings.
 
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The Stray Fox

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😂 Just hanging by myself I guess. Something new. Something shiny. It came fast too, like always. NewVape is just all around the best.

I knew right away when I pulled the DCup out of the box it was everything I wanted it to be. All my agonizing over TBucket or DCup melted away.

I was feeling cramped on the VRod halo style dish. Seeing my dab disperse across the 30mm dish is just amazing. I’m so glad I grabbed a K type surface probe before it came. It’s so nice knowing those deltas. Anyhow, holler if you want to talk DCup.
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The Stray Fox

Separated from the group
What dish you get?
I couldn’t find any words to say last night. The DCup was hard at work. I was hesitant to but ordered the SiC dish to get started. I didn’t like the SiC dish much on my VRod. It felt like it absorbed more than dispersed. I have been pleased with it in 30mm. It cleans up nicely. I almost ordered the sapphire but told myself to wait for a sale.

I would be happy with a quartz dish. I’m curious if something like this 25mm dish would work. I’m going to call the company and see if they can give me a wall height.
 

RustyOldNail

SEARCH for the treasure...
I couldn’t find any words to say last night. The DCup was hard at work. I was hesitant to but ordered the SiC dish to get started. I didn’t like the SiC dish much on my VRod. It felt like it absorbed more than dispersed. I have been pleased with it in 30mm. It cleans up nicely. I almost ordered the sapphire but told myself to wait for a sale.

I would be happy with a quartz dish. I’m curious if something like this 25mm dish would work. I’m going to call the company and see if they can give me a wall height.

I’ve never found a Quartz option, but didn’t look that hard. I use the NV SAPPHIRE dish, bought the NV SIC as a backup. If the dish doesn’t fit precisely, the oil will get over the dish wall and inside the Ti Cup sides and bottom, and it’s messy and a pain to clean.
 

The Stray Fox

Separated from the group
I’m very pleased with the dedicated DCup carb cap. I love a tool that has one specialized use. The universal carb was working but just didn’t fit like a glove. The DCup carb does. I’m not using any pearls and I played with one hole vs. two (using a broken off tooth pick) and didn’t see enough difference to warrant leaving the toothpick in. Right now I’ve been enjoying running my dish temp at 480. 575 on the controller. 😉Clean hits and easy to mop up the residue.
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VaporWare

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Yeah, I like the dedicated VRod carb cap better than the multi-device one that fits the ShowerHead too. I’m glad the others are available, but if I have the choice...

Sorry you’re almost alone in here right now, but due to my minimal concentrate consumption (easily covered with the VRod and VapCap/Dynacoil right now) and low funds I’ve been holding off on the DCup vs TBucket decision for now.

They do look like solid pieces though, glad you’re enjoying yours!
 

The Stray Fox

Separated from the group
Yeah, I like the dedicated VRod carb cap better than the multi-device
Same here. That’s what I’m rocking in the picture with my VRod. It caps it nicely and is less prone to wobbling off. Holds more heat too.
Sorry you’re almost alone in here right now
I’m surprised. There are lots of members around that have honeymooned with the DCup but there doesn’t seem to be a steady flow of new buyers.
They do look like solid pieces
It is! That’s why I’m kind of surprised there aren’t more of us in here. If you are a VRod owner it’s a logical step up. I think the two compliment each well. I hope you can make it to the party soon.
 
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VaporWare

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If you are a VRod owner it’s a logical step up. I think the two compliment each well. I hope you can make it to the party soon.

Me too! Two dogs with cancer in two years has left us without a lot of money for non-essential stuff though, so it could be a while... :ugh:

I hope some other people get in here soon though! Maybe after Black Friday?

I need to spend some time catching up and at least get back into the FlowerPot thread.
 
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