It is entirely fitting that I am writing this review of the DynaVap Vaporizers on the 29th of October. Fitting because I am in New Jersey, where exactly 6 years ago today I spent my first day without power after getting slammed by Hurricane Sandy. The power did not come back on for 12 days! It was a memorable October indeed.
The DynaVap Vaporizers are not battery powered. They are powered by an external heat source, most commonly a small torch-like butane lighter. In situations like power outages, there is no easy way to recharge a battery powered vaporizer. DynaVap would have come in handy back in 2012.
These unique vaporizers are perfectly fine as a primary, everyday go-to vaporizer. Yes, many folks do swear by their battery-powered units. But, whether using the DynaVap as your primary vaporizer or as a backup…the DynaVap is a must.
Everyone who vapes dry herb should own a battery-free vaporizer… and DynaVap makes the best available!
The DynaVap products are designed for excellent performance and made with the finest of craftsmanship. You could probably run one of these over with a car and it would probably continue to work fine. These are high-quality devices made with the finest materials such as medical grade stainless steel or titanium. And, most important of all…they work great. They provide an excellent vaping experience.
At the lower price point DynaVap offers ‘The M’ at about $60 and at the higher price point they offer the ‘OmniVap: XL Titanium’ for $190. (The non-XL version is $180.)
In between they offer the ‘OmniVap Vong’ vaporizer, which comes in either light wood or in dark wood, as well as in their standard length or the longer ‘XL’ length. Pricing on the Vong units go from $160 to $170.
We can’t say enough about the excellence of the DynaVap product line.
As indicated previously, a DynaVap vaporizer is a must own whether as your primary vaporizer or as a backup. There is no better battery-free vaporizer available that we have seen. It will take a couple of sessions to get the hang of using it, but that’s true for all vaporizers.
The DynaVap vaporizers were designed for use in vaporizing dry herb, not oils, however we heard some scuttlebutt that there may be an adapter coming for oils.
That being said, this is a different product from most of the popular top selling vape products. Most vape products are battery powered but the DynaVap vaporizers are not. As indicated, the oven is heated by an external heat source such as a butane lighter.
Since there is no battery there is no battery to recharge or replace. There are no buttons to push and accordingly no buttons to break as well as no digital displays to break. The DynaVap vaporizers appear virtually indestructible and designed to last a long, long time.
The device is heated to the proper temperature by manually directing a flame the appropriate portion of the device and then when it reaches the ideal heat, there is a ‘click’ sound that indicates you are ready to vape.
By the way, we find that one of the most recommended vaporizer brands touted in the vape stores here in the Northeast anyway, is the PAX. We took a look and decided against it for one simple reason. The heating chamber on the PAX is made of aluminum. OUCH! The PAX has an aluminum chamber as do many other popular vaporizers.Personally, there is no way I would smoke anything heated in aluminum. That’s potentially very unhealthy in my view. But the DynaVap heating chamber is made of either stainless steel or titanium, depending on the model. In the DynaVap products the titanium components are all Grade 2 titanium and the stainless steel components are medical grade stainless steel.
The Bottom Line:
DynaVap Vaporizers are RECOMMENDED.
Here is a video from the company…