Iv tried about 4 different models recently all work great. Haven’t touched any of my storz and bickle devices since I got the first dynavap a few weeks ago. I think the way it replicates smoking is one of the main reasons it suits me so well. Vapefiend have been spot on with next day delivery on every order. Thank you
Well it’s a great vape no doubt about it, I prefer it to the previous generation omni I also own that’s great also, feels great in the hand and the machining is beautiful, really feels premium, I always use my 21 omni with a low temp cap, great combo. And yet again big thanks Vapefiend.
Fantastic little portable
I've had this device for over a month now (amazing Black Friday deal, cheers Vapefiend!). I didn't want to review it until I had given it a proper run. This is my first Dynavap, so I can't comment on how it stacks up vs older versions. I absolutely love this one though. It's a fantastic little hitter that can have its small bowl vaped within a minute if you're in a rush. There is definitely a slight learning curve at the beginning with length and force of draw to avoid coughing (this is something that happens to me with just about every dry herb vape I've ever used), but once you have it dialled in, my word it works well. The vapour quality is smooth, cool, and dense. Amazing for such a tiny vaporizer. It's the only vape I've managed to use without horrible coughing fits (this is from a combustion smoker for 20 odd years). It's also the closest thing I've found that even remotely mimics smoking (the way you heat it, hold it, draw from it), which is one of the main reasons I wanted to try it. It has to be one of the most portable vapes on the market too. It's the size of a short pen and extremely light, all you need with it is a lighter (I got the 3 flame Cyclone at the same time), and a small stash of ground herb. It's incredibly discrete. Since it doesn't have any moving parts, very little can break/go wrong. Maybe have a replacement cap and a couple rubber o-rings on standby just in case? I can't think of any other point of failure, which was another massive selling point for me vs electric vapes. The only downside [of it being so small and discrete] is the oven size. It's tiny, let's be honest. It takes me 2 full ovens, loosely packed, to get me where I want to be from the start of a session, which isn't an issue because I use mine mostly at home. A bowl takes about 5 seconds to heat to temperature from cold with the torch lighter, 3-4 hits until the temperature drops, repeat heating and hitting process another 2-3 times until the bowl is spent. Too easy. Because its oven is so small though, it isn't a vape for sharing during a multiple person session. Tell your pals to get their own.
Beautifully engineered. Great piece of kit but.. is it better than previous generation? No i don't think so. The new features aren't all that. Cant shut off the air flow completely like old version. Looks too much like a M.
Best dynavap experience ever
This is the best dynavap i have ever used. I also have a simrell vortex, a 2019 and 2020 M and i think the omni beats them all on flavour. The shape of the stem gives massive surface area, so you can take multiple hits wirhout the vapour getting too hot. I think simrell gives cooler hits, but i kind of prefer the slightly warmer vapour from the omni. The adjustable condenser is a great feature, you really can tune your hits to be just right. It looks so well made, it's almost like a piece of art. It seems expensive, but for something so good, that gets used constantly, it's worth every penny. I absolutely love it!