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The Dynavap "B", their newest entry level vape with a new SS tip and a silicone stem :doh:





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Farid

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There is a condenser in the stem, so you shouldn't need to clean it much.

I suspect the only places that may need cleaning would be by the end that the tip connects to, and on the outside of the mouthpiece. I think hot water would probably be sufficient. For my omni I barely need to clean my stems, the condenser and tip collect most of the residue.
 

RustyOldNail

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Just received the “B”, special sale $39.00 with gas lighter. It’s super cheap feeling, as you would expect. I bought it just to check it out. All the parts were clean, EXCEPT for the inner cap, using 99% ISO, the QTips turned GREY, so as always CLEAN any new vape device before using. Doesn’t come with tip orings, in case you wanted to use the tip on another stem. I’ll probably give it away since I own a few premium stems like Revolve and Simrell, which are NOT silicone. Same issue I have with normal “M” stems…. TOO SHORT.

However, the low price would make it a decent recommendation to someone that hasn’t jumped into the DV world because of price. Though they might get frustrated with the only bowl setting of HALF BOWL, guess DV figures that might push new users toward the more expensive tips with adjustable bowls.

Obviously, if you are sensitive to SILICONE, then don’t bother with this model. At the very least, I have one more captive cap, and a cheap lighter I don’t need either.
 

acstorfer

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Just received the “B”, special sale $39.00 with gas lighter. It’s super cheap feeling, as you would expect. I bought it just to check it out. All the parts were clean, EXCEPT for the inner cap, using 99% ISO, the QTips turned GREY, so as always CLEAN any new vape device before using. Doesn’t come with tip orings, in case you wanted to use the tip on another stem. I’ll probably give it away since I own a few premium stems like Revolve and Simrell, which are NOT silicone. Same issue I have with normal “M” stems…. TOO SHORT.

However, the low price would make it a decent recommendation to someone that hasn’t jumped into the DV world because of price. Though they might get frustrated with the only bowl setting of HALF BOWL, guess DV figures that might push new users toward the more expensive tips with adjustable bowls.

Obviously, if you are sensitive to SILICONE, then don’t bother with this model. At the very least, I have one more captive cap, and a cheap lighter I don’t need either.
I was thinking about getting this just for the tip and cap. I have 3 stems and only 2 tips and caps. I am steadily growing more insane from this lol!

Most likely I'll try a regular ti tip with an fmj for my new stem though.
 

JamesTiberiousKirk

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I rather like the B. It gives a quick roast. The tip seems to retain a lot of heat a lot longer than any other tip I have had. Very light weight.

The squishiness of the silicon stem takes a bit getting used to, especially since the tip stays hot for a long time. But I have no problem sucking on silicon vs metal.

This would not survive a run over by a truck. The silicon stem, and tip would survive, but the condenser would surely get bent.

Just in case you planned on running one over with a truck.
 

BallzMcVinegar

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I ordered a B to try out and to have on the side if I wanted to give away to friend. Will probably put one of my TRWW mouthpiece/condensers in it if it fits. Wanted to try one of the new batch caps so for $39 isnt too bad. Curious about that tip too.
 

Northbear

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I received a couple of Bs this Wednesday from POTV. Up till this point, I've been using only electronic vapes,
so I don't have anything to compare the B with.

The B functions well as a micro dosing "one-hitter". It definitely is a good choice for people that tend to lose
things. Losing $40 is much easier to take than losing $200!

BTW, I also received one of the "After Shock Micro Stem" kits from Sneaky Pete. Just add an O-ring or two
to the B's tip and it fits perfectly in the aftermarket stems.
 

Baboose1948

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Hello all.

I bought a simrell shorty vortex that's coming Monday and I have a question. I normally use the the old style omni (shomni) with a 5 fin tip. I leave the airflow almost all the way open and use a tight back to add a little extra restriction. This way I only use the airport at the very tale end of my draw, if at all, and get a perfect hit.

My question is, what's the short vortex like with out using the airport? Does the vortex add any restriction? Will hitting the simrell without covering the airport have the same draw as an M with no airport covered? Conversely, does the simrell have similar airflow to the m with the airport covered?

I asked this over at reddit but didn't really get an answer. I appreciate any input. Full disclosure, I was really high when I bought it and did zero research.
 

TigoleBitties

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Hey All. I've been a dynavap user for a while (with the iSpire wand - love it) and wanted to share something I recently discovered. Apologies if this has been mentioned before (first posted this in the iSpire thread but there's a lot more traffic in here) but it drastically increased my vaping enjoyment with a dynavap when not using a water rig for cooling.

I find using the wand to heat *while inhaling* all the way up to the click has been a game changer for me. I just put the wand up close to my face with the Dyna in my mouth and use it like you would a match to the end of a cigarette. I like to rest the Dyna against the little glass lip (not too hard) for the proper depth. No inserts or anything.

So many tasty terps to puff on during heatup that I used to waste waiting for the click. Oh, the horror. Sometimes I'll even remove the wand before the click just to savor the low heat vapors. Very nice.

Just using a basic 2021M SS with standard cap but Simrell stinger for better cooling.
 
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