Hello everyone! I’m stoked to announce some new Dynavap vaporizers coming out in the next few days and my first Dynavap review. The 2021 M, the VONG, and the Omni. Retail/Pre-Sale starts on March 25th with an official launch date for all products is April 1st.
This review is 90% completed but I’m still waiting on the Apollo Rover 2 induction heater to get here so I can finish it up. The goal of this article is to be the ultimate Dynavap vaporizer buying guide listing and reviewing each thermal extraction device (TED) that Dynavap offers and to help you find the best one for your needs.
I’ve been using Dynavap vaporizers since the OG vapcap came out for $20 over five years ago. The models have drastically improved and pricing increased but the quality, ingenuity, and dedication to the customer have kept Dynavap growing like a weed over the last few years.
I’m going to be honest with you, I don’t necessarily use my Dynavaps all the time. Mostly because I have so many other vaporizers to test out these days. But the Dynavap vaporizers fill a void… and that void is the freedom from batteries.
No more running out of battery life 10 seconds into a freshly packed chamber. No more waiting or looking for other methods of consumption because I forgot to charge my vaporizer. No more trying to convince your buddy that vaporizers are the beeze neez and it’s dead when you try to show them.
Dynavap vaporizers offer a gateway from combustion and freedom from the norm.
Where I use my Dynavaps
I take my Dynavap vaporizers on almost all my outdoor adventures. It’s not the best system for groups so I like to keep it simple with 1-2 people and while all the Dynavap vaporizers are pocket friendly, you need a torch, induction heater, or some sort of heat source to make it work.
What is a Dynavap Vaporizer?
No battery, no electronics, no charging, and basically indestructible. Dynavap thermal extraction devices work by heating a temperature indicating cap (usually via a butane torch) which then vaporizes the dry herbs and/or concentrates within the chamber via conduction heating.
I categorize Dynavap vaporizers as “butane” style vaporizers, but with the introduction of induction heaters, you no longer need a butane torch to use the Dynavap vaporizers.
Dynavap vapes can be used with both flower and concentrates via the Dynacoil system. One of the biggest features of the Dynavap vaporizers is how much herb you can save. They are extremely efficient and can really stretch your herb while still doing the job.
How Dynavap Vaporizers Work
Basically, heat is applied to the cap until you hear a click and then you start your draw. You will hear a second click when the cap has cooled down and ready for another heating cycle.
There are a lot of factors that will change the outcome of your sessions for example your loading technique, heat source, where the heat source is applied, air flow, and draw speed.
It’s important to note that you can and probably will combust with your Dynavap. But it’s all a learning process and you will learn the limits of the device after a few sessions.
How to Use the Dynavap TEDs
The first thing I recommend to do with any vaporizer is to grind up your herbs and I’ve found that the dynavap vaporizers like a finer grind.
- Once you have your flower ready, remove the cap and place your herbs into the chamber and place the cap back on.
- Hold out the Dynavap and apply heat to the cap while rotating the device.
- Typical heat-up time ranges from 3-6 seconds.
- When you hear the click, immediately remove the heat source and begin your draw.
- The cool down click will happen around 30 seconds after the initial click and then you can begin another draw.
It’s basically the exactly same process for concentrates, minus the flower. Insert the Dynacoil into the chamber of your Dynavap and place a small rice grain size of extracts onto the coil. Follow the same steps above from here on out.
Be sure to remove the finished herbs or the dynacoil from the chamber when you are finished with a session. This will help cut down on cleaning.
DYNAVAP Thermal Extraction Devices
The Dynavap lineup consists of three thermal extraction devices. The M, the Omni, and the Vong.
Dynavap M 2021
The Dynavap M 2021 is the least expensive version and the best entry-level device. The “M” is also the best pick if you aren’t fully sold on the butane idea yet. The prices for the other models go up quite a bit from here.
The M features a next-gen chiral airport, 2 position adjust-a-bowl, and a 10mm tapered mouthpiece. The M is basically everything you need and it’s the reason Dynavap is what it is today. All the other vaporizers in the fleet have come after the M has reigned king for years.
The main reason to upgrade to the Omni is the longer vapor path and airflow options. You get cooler vapor with the Omni which also allows me to take bigger rips.
However, the price jump from the M to the Omni is pretty substantial but I promise you will notice the difference in vapor quality between the two. The M isn’t bad, just a super short vapor path when compared to the longer Omni.
The Dynavap VONG (Vaporizer on Glass) features a 14mm tapered mouthpiece making it easy to connect to your glass pieces at home.
The Dynavap VONG is the perfect vaporizer for use at home, especially if you already have glass. The VONG features a full titanium liner, dual titanium crowns, and a dedicated VONG TI tip.
The Dynavap Omni is the top of the line and the best overall when considering the vapor taste, temp, and smoothness of the draw. The added length, twin tubulating airports, condenser adjustment, and variable pitch allow for full control over your sessions and it’s honestly my favorite Dynavap model I’ve ever reviewed.
As I mentioned above, the Omni is the best of the best when considering the overall vapor quality (taste, temp, and smoothness of the draw) and it’s the best-looking model of them all in my opinion. Trust me when I say that you will be absolutely blown away by the quality of the OMNI vaporizer.
I will be updating this section when I get the Apollo 2 Rover. It’s in the mail and should be here within a day or two and I will update this section with pictures and my thoughts.
The induction heaters remove the need for a butane torch and allow the cap to be heated in about 5-8 seconds by pressing the vapcap into the chamber. This is an absolute game changer for Dynavap vaporizers especially for use out on the go.
The Apollo Rover 2 retails for $175 and unfortunately, it’s currently out of stock. They are ordering more and should have them in stock soon. Again, I’ll update this section as soon as I have it.
D-Capper Debowler (Grinders for life)
The D-Capper Debowler is an AVB storage, chamber cleaner, and cap remover all built into one. It’s machined extremely well and it’s very durable. The magnet is extremely strong and makes removing a hot cap a breeze.
I highly recommend this for anyone using their Dynavap at home. It makes it super easy to keep your chamber clean and you can swap a bowl immediately after a session because you don’t need to touch the cap at all. Check them out here.
- The world’s first debowler designed for the market-leading Dynavap Vaporizer
- Debowl and reload your hot Dynavap and start your next bowl instantly
- Check on the progress of your herb in between heating cycles
- Debowl your Dynavap quickly and easily with the two perfectly sized stainless steel rods
- The base contains a pad of reusable adhesive putty allowing for single-handed decapping and debowling
- D-Capper can be used as a secure pedestal between sessions
- You can debowl when hot for easier debowling and reduced maintenance
- Compatible with all Dynavap caps including the brand new captive cap
- Dimensions – Diameter: 75mm/3″ Height: 27mm/1.1″
Dynavap Vaporizer (TEDs) Review Wrap-Up
This is my first time writing a Dynavap review for the Dynavap vaporizers and I’m super stoked on the new models. I’ve been using my 2019 Green TI Omni for a couple years now and this new 2021 Omni has completely won me over. The long vapor path, multiple airflow options and overall experience makes the Omni my favorite Dynavap vaporizer that I’ve ever reviewed and I know you will absolutely love it too.
Thanks for taking the time to check out my Dynavap Vaporizer Buying Guide and hit me up with any questions. I will continue to update this review as I use them more and when I get the induction heater. Have a great day!