Dynavap VapCap

DHV8654

New Member
There is also the Orion @BabyFacedFinster . I think both the Rover and Orion now have intrusion detection instead of the switch in the bottom of the coil.
It sounds like the rover will continue to use the switch at the bottom of the heater. “A momentary tactile switch is built into the chamber to ensure the heater is only activated when a VapCap is inserted with light pressure”
 
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mysterion

The Vaporizer Avenger
Anyone care to share the pre order link? I didn’t get the email and my account is active and ready.... sad face 😓
 
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Putricio

Well-Known Member
There must be tons of people trying to get the new heaters. I can’t even log into the Dynavap website. I tried to get a password reset link sent to me and it’s been over half an hour and I still haven’t gotten it.
 
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mysterion

The Vaporizer Avenger
Thanks for the help. I tried this and it said I don’t have access and log in as someone else or whatever. I took a screenshot and will send a quick email to Dynavap. I’m sure they can figure it out.

Sucks though because I received the emails before this and have been registered for a long time!
 
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funkyhomer

Well-Known Member
@mysterion – I see many reports on reddit about issues with the pre ordering process / logging in etc., you are not alone.
I’ve had issues with logging in on their site for a while. Fortunately I didn’t have a problem ordering this device, but in the past I’ve checked out as a guest as the login wouldn’t work.
And on that note... I ordered one. I have a port side mini and a fluxer deluxe. I didn’t open the email expecting to buy the device but the form factor is really nice. I don’t often find myself vaping when out and about, but I do like the idea of a purpose built portable unit.
 

TheThriftDrifter

One Two Buckle my ......
Anybody else likes to hit the M2020 with the airport opened 100% of the time? i mean... the airport is much better here than the M2019
With my 2019M it's airport closed 100% of the time, as its restricted enough to give a good solid mouthpull.

But with the airport fully closed on the 2020M, airflow is too free and the mouthpull not as satisfying.
So I've been trying it out full open carb on the 2020 and it can rip clouds if she's heated up hot. Love it on a water piece.

I've also been messing around with what I like to call the "before the click" heating style, it's inspired by the "beyond the click" technique.

Basically I try to heat my DV as hot as I can without making it click, I heat it low down at the digger outer end, take a quick draw then heat again while I exhale, then draw, heat, draw, heat and so forth. You can determine how long to heat for by how much vapor your puffing out and by how hot the vapor is on the way in.

These dynavap are just so damn versatile. :spliff:
 

bulllee

Agent Provocateur
With my 2019M it's airport closed 100% of the time, as its restricted enough to give a good solid mouthpull.

But with the airport fully closed on the 2020M, airflow is too free and the mouthpull not as satisfying.
So I've been trying it out full open carb on the 2020 and it can rip clouds if she's heated up hot. Love it on a water piece.

I've also been messing around with what I like to call the "before the click" heating style, it's inspired by the "beyond the click" technique.

Basically I try to heat my DV as hot as I can without making it click, I heat it low down at the digger outer end, take a quick draw then heat again while I exhale, then draw, heat, draw, heat and so forth. You can determine how long to heat for by how much vapor your puffing out and by how hot the vapor is on the way in.

These dynavap are just so damn versatile. :spliff:
Dynavap makes a low temp cap that rocks . Great with the Ti tip and glass. I'm changing all my caps to low temp. :D
 

TommyDee

Vaporitor
pictures bro, as soon as you are able
curious to see your approach on the PMO
Crap, the '20 tip cracked it with a rolled o-ring. This is getting old. I need to melt that POS down!

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I like this shape. Real easy to find the .104" diameter air port. I hammered the condenser into the body after a drilled it 5mm. That didn't crack it. I turned the finished shape on centers and got this. I tried it with the Ti tip after a cleaning and it worked nicely. Put the '20 tip in to see what it would do and I carefully put it in. Then carefully removed it and o-ring rolled and self destructed while twisting the tip - cracked the body.

Approach was similar. 3-jaw chuck once the body was centered to the bore. Drill 1/4" w/ forstner bit 30mm deep and a boring bit for the final ID about 20mm deep. I finished the ends and trimmed to length with the 3-jaw chuck. Then I took the condenser and pounded it into the mouth port until flush. Used angle slide to rough shape the mouthpiece and the OD. Finished the rest with sandpaper.
 
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BabyFacedFinster

Capo di tutt'i capi
Crap, the '20 tip cracked it with a rolled o-ring. This is getting old. I need to melt that POS down!

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I like this shape. Real easy to find the .104" diameter air port. I hammered the condenser into the body after a drilled it 5mm. That didn't crack it. I turned the finished shape on centers and got this. I tried it with the Ti tip after a cleaning and it worked nicely. Put the '20 tip in to see what it would do and I carefully put it in. Then carefully removed it and o-ring rolled and self destructed while twisting the tip - cracked the body.

Approach was similar. 3-jaw chuck once the body was centered to the bore. Drill 1/4" w/ forstner bit 30mm deep and a boring bit for the final ID about 20mm deep. I finished the ends and trimmed to length with the 3-jaw chuck. Then I took the condenser and pounded it into the mouth port until flush. Used angle slide to rough shape the mouthpiece and the OD. Finished the rest with sandpaper.
Very nice @TommyDee. I like that shape too. Like a stubby cigar. The wood grain is nice too.

I didn't even think you liked 20M tips.
 
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