Vap Hot Box - Dynavap Induction Heater

TommyDee

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Build nice or build twice... :D VHB has a separate fire button. Always been the best feature. After that we can talk aesthetics; it's shiny too!

Now; how do you like the bake? :cool: There is no other metric.
 

mccringleberry

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The vape bake is great mate! And no stirring needed as long as I'm using ground bud. I routinely heat several seconds past the click to get all of the goodies out but without any burning. I'm getting every bit of the effects and clouds that one can possibly get from 0.03 worth of THC bud. I can't think of any other vaporizer that can do that so effortlessly except for maybe the Vapman. Oh, and the VLeaf Go, but I bet that the vapor out of the Simrell stem is alot cooler.
I know the Sticky Brick lineup is super efficient too but the technique is a nightmare to master and I'm not a fan of the wood signature.
 
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TommyDee

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Oh that makes so much sense. Of course a smaller dose could use longer bake time while being much more forgiving.
I wonder how similar a Caldron would be to the VHB if it used a 2S battery pack. One could easily convert a PSM to 7.2V.
Not doing anything less than a packed 1/2 bowl, I never gave micro-dosing much thought in light of an IH. And it will still respect the click as it did at the higher power levels.

Who's game to try? Or who's able to try? To change their @Pipes creations and muting it significantly for small dosing efforts.
 
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ken11f

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I just bought one of these. They have a labor day sale. Can anyone shed light based on experience how long it takes for them to deliver?
 
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davyshtz

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I just bought one of these. They have a labor day sale. Can anyone shed light based on experience how long it takes for them to deliver?
I'm curious as well! I ordered mine 4 weeks ago. On the website they said it could take 4 to 5 weeks, so i'm hoping to get a shipping confirmation by this week.
 
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davyshtz

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I just bought one of these. They have a labor day sale. Can anyone shed light based on experience how long it takes for them to deliver?
Real quick update. I just got my tracking number for the VHB. Its been exactly 5 weeks since I ordered it. So they're pretty spot on with their 4-5 week delivery estimate.
 

ken11f

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Real quick update. I just got my tracking number for the VHB. Its been exactly 5 weeks since I ordered it. So they're pretty spot on with their 4-5 week delivery estimate.
Great news! Thanks for the update. Steve also emailed me and will try to ship in less than 4 weeks. Enjoy yours!
 
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davyshtz

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VHB showed up a day early. Here it is in all its glory. The natural light makes the gray a little bit brighter hue than normal. Think NES Zapper gray. It feels solid, button feels good, very subtle scuffing which happens to this kind of plastic, so its bound to happen via handling or shipping. I'm planning to switch out those screws with some shiny red ones. Cold heat is 16 seconds to 2x clicks, but I am also using a SS vapcap. Still, it heats everything nice and even. I personally like a slow roast tbh.
I had a couple questions about minor adjustments and Steve from VHB replied back within like 30 minutes and very helpful. Excellent customer service imho. Overall experience is very good. Its not the fanciest induction heater, but its compact, you dont have to wait 6+ months, its priced well, and its solid. I like it.

 

swieder711

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I'm looking forward to hearing more about the VHB carbon coming soon. The creator hinted about it on Instagram. Smaller size that fits in your pocket.
 
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I got mine about a month ago.

I also have a dynacup, and a cauldron.

our fave is the cauldron, because of the consistent, quick heatup time.

but we've traveled with the dynacup and the VHB, and they've slowly been creeping into daily driver duties for us.

not being plugged into something is just so convenient, it's hard to make the case for going back harder the more you get used to it, even if the clicks take a few extra seconds. you just stop thinking about it, since you just bring the thing with you anywhere.

also, that whole argument about how it fires; i find it makes exactly zero difference in our use. once you learn your heater, you adjust to it, and none of these things are inconvenient.
 
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