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The Stray Fox

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Their site crashed last night but woke up at 3am, checked the site, and was able to grab one. I’m really liking the airport design, adjustable with two different hole configurations. 38206E66-026F-4BCC-8817-A2FE6BE3566A.jpeg

Meet the next generation in the Vortex family, the Modular Vortex System (MVS). Composed of three titanium parts to give you even more control over the coolest extraction experience you can get from a vapcap.

Built for Performance
Our patent pending Modular Vortex System has been thoughtfully designed to give you the most control of your airflow.

The sleek two-part titanium stem now has two airport configurations, with all the wiggle room in between. The top half houses a standard fully open airport AND the new dual turbulent airport. Rotate the bottom half of the stem to adjust airflow as needed with our signature teardrop airport to curate the perfect hit. And don’t forget to flutter the airport to really get the best pull.

Modularity at its Finest
The core of the MVS is our Simrell Stinger – intercooler, mouthpiece and a telescoping condenser.

Made to be adaptable to any OEM or aftermarket DynaVap stem, the Simrell Stinger was originally designed to be used with our two part Vortex Regulator stem.

Unlike Stingers released prior to the MVS, which were machine finished, the Stinger is now hand polished to match seamlessly with the Vortex Regulator finish.

No Tip Limitations
The MVS’s modulararity is apparent right down to the tip and cap. Unlike other stems in the marketplace, the MVS is not limited to a specific tip. It will work with both stainless steel AND titanium tips from any generation.

Mix and match your tips and caps, find your preferred airflow and start having an extraction experience like no other, tailored just for you.

Even Easier to Clean & Maintain
The MVS is as easy to clean as it is to put together. Disassemble, remove intercooler from Stinger and soak all the parts in ISO. Rinse clean and dry before putting it back together.

@Skinku sorry friend didn’t mean to hijack your post. Refresh issues. Love me some Votex and pretty excited.
 
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Which arm will it cost?
Walking on prosthetics ATM. :myday:
the walking dead rick GIF
An arm, and a leg?
 

vandalizedbythelotus

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i like it, very nice upgrades in a classy form.
pretty much everything one could ask from a stem.
but ...
Built for Performance
Our patent pending Modular Vortex System has been thoughtfully designed to give you the most control of your airflow.
:doh:
No Tip Limitations
The MVS’s modulararity is apparent right down to the tip and cap. Unlike other stems in the marketplace, the MVS is not limited to a specific tip. It will work with both stainless steel AND titanium tips from any generation.

Mix and match your tips and caps, find your preferred airflow and start having an extraction experience like no other, tailored just for you.

Even Easier to Clean & Maintain
The MVS is as easy to clean as it is to put together. Disassemble, remove intercooler from Stinger and soak all the parts in ISO. Rinse clean and dry before putting it back together.
:hmm: other stems are only compatible with specific tips AND caps?
and how is it even easier to clean and maintain than the 2 part older version vortex advertised for ease of cleaning because of it's simplicity and lack of o-rings? must be tough to find enough text to fill the advertising page :lol:
 
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vandalizedbythelotus

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Ive read that the Omni condensers only function properly with a Ti tip. That’s probably what he is referring to.

I feel you. Marketing bla bla bla is not my thing. The proof is always in the pudding.
i see well even then it's just the sealing off airport functionality which is lost because the SS tips don't have a conical bore to fit the condenser taper.
any 8mm ID stem fits any tip.
IMHO the bs marketing claims are a step back from the finesse of the actual stem and not needed.
 
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whatitdew

Vapes R Great
So it’s just an adjustable airport, that’s the major upgrade?
it looks nice but I’m a fully open, feather the airport type of guy. So I’m not sure I really NEED one over the stock vortex...
but you know i will probably buy one anyways!

how long is the presale on for, anybody know?
 

fak

The Dude
Bought it today locally, will be in on Tuesday alongside a brand new 2021 Ti tip, cannot wait I am absolutely stoked! My Flux IH arrives Monday so between that, the MVS, and the two VapBong deliveries I have quite a month ahead of me...
 

fak

The Dude
I got it yesterday (surprise sunday deliveries are amazing!!), this thing has AIRFLOW for days!! It makes the most satisfying sound haha, it's a bit thicker in size but it feels a lot better in the hand vs the OG. Tried the 2020 and 2021 Ti Omni tips on it, wow just amazingly cool vapor, I almost feel like I'm inhaling nothing at times then I let out a massive cloud of vapor! Highly recommend!
 

whatitdew

Vapes R Great
I got it yesterday (surprise sunday deliveries are amazing!!), this thing has AIRFLOW for days!! It makes the most satisfying sound haha, it's a bit thicker in size but it feels a lot better in the hand vs the OG. Tried the 2020 and 2021 Ti Omni tips on it, wow just amazingly cool vapor, I almost feel like I'm inhaling nothing at times then I let out a massive cloud of vapor! Highly recommend!

see now I have to go order one, lol
its only money right!
 

jds

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I ended up ordering a MVS - I pretty much had to, I already have a well used OG and a Shortex. I can't wait to get it and try it out. I couldn't find a proper review on it, as it probably hasn't reached too many people yet, but from the initial feedback I read on here from a few users, it seems great.
 

mario

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I had the 2021 Omni and MVS in my hand at the same time. The second the MVS came out of the packaging, I knew I was selling the Omni as I would never use it. The MVS is what Dynavap should have been shooting for with the Omni.

For every single bad thing you hear about the 2021 Omni, the MVS handles with perfection. I sound like a shill and I swear I am not. I just have been buying Austyn's stuff for a while. And the MVS is the peak. The airflow control is astounding, the hits are smooth and cool. And it is one of the most precise beautiful pieces of metalworking I have ever seen. I am 100% in love. Right now my only two drivers are the Assassin Stem from Joe King, and the MVS. Right now the MVS hasn't left my side. Don't hesitate, even if you have the OG Vortex. The MVS is something on an entirely different level.
 

DonMarteng

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But the Vortex makes the hits whispy!
Me likey a real heavy hit. Thats why Im not upgrading from my Vortex atm.
Using the Omni 21 way more, on my throat it feels more like Im ripping a blunt.
The Vortex is nice if I have an irritated respiratory tract or just want to take it easy.
But a portion of taste and heaviness gets lost in the cooling.
 

whatitdew

Vapes R Great
Mine should be here on Monday or tuesday!
already kind of regretting buying the new omni ( but I did want the new ti tip for sure)
already back to using the old vortex, while I wait for the new bad boy.

@Skinku 4 months, you are crazy no way I could do that! Haha.


As it’s a bit thicker and longer, I hope itstill fits in a XL stash?
 
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Texus

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I got it yesterday (surprise sunday deliveries are amazing!!), this thing has AIRFLOW for days!! It makes the most satisfying sound haha, it's a bit thicker in size but it feels a lot better in the hand vs the OG. Tried the 2020 and 2021 Ti Omni tips on it, wow just amazingly cool vapor, I almost feel like I'm inhaling nothing at times then I let out a massive cloud of vapor! Highly recommend!
Notice any difference between the 2 tips you've tried on the MVS?

NOTE: Looks like pre-order option and introductory price are now gone. MVS just showing up as Out of Stock on their webpage now.
 
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Texus,

fak

The Dude
Notice any difference between the 2 tips you've tried on the MVS?

NOTE: Looks like pre-order option and introductory price are now gone. MVS just showing up as Out of Stock on their webpage now.
The new Omni Ti tip provides cooler vapor I find vs the 2020 Omni Ti tip, also in terms of stock check your local retailer. Mine still has them available @ the intro price.
 
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RustyOldNail

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Notice any difference between the 2 tips you've tried on the MVS?

NOTE: Looks like pre-order option and introductory price are now gone. MVS just showing up as Out of Stock on their webpage now.

Great, just saved $150.00. I’ll stick with my Vortex OG’s.
 
RustyOldNail,

The Stray Fox

Separated from the group
Got my MVS. I haven’t tried it but it feels quality. I ordered directly from Simrell in the pre preorder. They included an extra intercooler. I believe this may be his new improved intercooler. The old one with more twists is on top. The new one with less twists is on the bottom. Improved or not Im pretty excited to have an extra one. 523E1FC7-47E2-4853-B282-3FEDC8C53790.jpeg
 
Got my MVS. I haven’t tried it but it feels quality. I ordered directly from Simrell in the pre preorder. They included an extra intercooler. I believe this may be his new improved intercooler. The old one with more twists is on top. The new one with less twists is on the bottom. Improved or not Im pretty excited to have an extra one. View attachment 7332
I think the extra intercooler is for better air flow but less cooling, so maybe it is more of a customisation option.
Ie. I think he is allowing the user to decide which they prefer.
 
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