quite a bit of technique involved with this kit but once you get its nuances it does it's job pretty damn well
I can vape indoors with no smell, so its perfect for discreet hits (can fit in an altoids tin with lighter and product) however it is a two handed operation device
This is great with buds, really good. and ok with bricks
only nuances: sometimes you're (I am) dumb and overheat the cap, two handed operation.
After testing the dynavap out, I was both pleasantly surprised and mad. I'm mad that I didn't discover about this sooner, it's such an innovative piece of tech. Batteryless vape? Unheard of, but they did it. The bowls, technically, come in two sizes: half and full (you can adjust it by moving the screen in the tip, though not actually a feature in the 'M' series but it's doable). One full bowl can hold up to 0.1g which does not seem a lot but it's enough to get you zooted, and it doesn't leave any obvious odour like smoking would; leaving the fan on in the room is enough to completely get rid of any odour, if any. Heating it up properly takes a few tries to get right but you'll get the hang of it, it does get tedious which is why I've moved to using an induction heater instead it's so much more convenient! If you're still thinking about it, I 110% recommend it. I've only had it for a few days but my daily consumption has already reduced because it doesn't take a lot and my lungs thank me. Seriously, get one now!
P.S. Don't throw away the brown vaped stuff, get extra use out of it by making edibles or simply sprinkling some into your food/drinks ;)
Not gonna lie, I was skeptical when I stumble this. What is this? A cheap vape that costs the cheapest here? And no batteries? How could it work? I've read it a few times and wondered really now, so I went to Youtube to get some answers and what'ja know, no need batteries, just a simple lighter can. Heck I've even used a candle with this.
So when I first got it it was underwhelming cause it was smaller than I expected. Still, after a few youtube tutorials, I decided to get the ball rolling. And you know what, this stuff works, it has good taste and a good hit. That being said, it is tedious to take the lighter to heat up the cap again and again. But for the taste, hit and not having to deal with batteries, it's a good trade-off. Seriously guys, the Dyna is worth it.