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DynaVap B Vaporizer
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- Made in USA
- Manual Heating
- Improved oven chamber for efficient extraction
- Food-Grade Silicone
- Microdose Friendly
- Stainless Steel Tip
- Captive Cap
- Fits 10mm glass without an adapter
Who's the DynaVap B for?
The DynaVap B dry herb vaporizer (or TED, for Thermal Extraction Device) is a fantastic entry-level vape at an incredible value. This manually controlled one-hitter vape is durable, never needs a charge, and hits like a champ - don’t be fooled by its price! Strong hits are easy and quick with a simplified heat-up ritual.
Neon Colors are here
Add some character to your collection with these spunky Neon Edition DynaVap B vaporizers. Only while supplies last!
Neon Pink : Add some excitement with a playful Pink finish
Neon Green : Make a statement with a bright Lime Green
Neon Blue : Add subtle character with a classic Navy Blue
Easy manual controls
The DynaVap B puts you in full control of the temperature with a torch lighter, without twirling it! Aim the torch anywhere on the cap and wait. The heating element or ‘cap’ clicks once when it’s time to vape and again when it's done. The simple and effective design takes the guesswork out of lighter-based vaporizers. Heat different sections of the cap for different vaping temperatures, from 300° F to 450° F.
Strong, tasty hits
The DynaVap B’s small bowl packs a tasty punch. Heat near the top for lighter, tastier hits. Heat near the bottom for thicker clouds. This little vape will surprise you!
Get in and out with a hit anywhere, anytime. The DynaVap B is ready in under ten seconds, and even faster on the second hit.
New look, versatile material
The DynaVap B’s body is made from food-grade silicone that’s easy to maintain and doesn’t get hot. This brilliant design doesn’t need o-rings, won’t roll off the table, keeps the hot tip from touching your table, fits 10mm female glass joints and water pieces, and has adjustable airflow!
Ready to microdose
The DynaVap B is a microdose miracle. Its bowl has one setting that holds around 0.05 grams of dry herbs, but hits with the big boys, with or without a grinder. If you need more, the B is quick to reload and vape again.
The B’s minuscule bowl and powerful on-demand heat will help you stretch your stash! Extract everything in one or two hits and strong effects.
The DynaVap B is one of the smallest portable vaporizers we’ve come across, measuring just 3.5” long. It comes in a green plastic tube barely larger than the vape itself.
Never have to charge
DynaVap vaporizers work best with a small butane torch lighter, but will technically work with any heat source. Don’t worry about battery life. Recharging is as simple as a quick refill from a can of butane.
Step up to induction heaters
If you like what you see about DynaVap but don’t want to deal with a torch lighter, consider a Dynatec induction heater like the Apollo 2. They’re bigger than a torch lighter, but are incredibly convenient and consistent. Just insert the tip and let the heater do the rest.
Compatible with the DynaVerse
The DynaVap B is compatible with other DynaVap parts, except the Dynacoil for concentrates and some stashes. The tip mates with other stems - just add o-rings!
Other DynaVap devices
DynaVap M - The DynaVap M has been the mainstay for years. It’s nearly indestructible, feature-rich, and delivers quick, strong sessions anywhere.
VonG - VapCap tapered to mate with 10mm and 14mm glass. The VonG by DynaVap replaced the NonaVong in the DynaVap lineup, but the HydraVong is still available.
Omni - The Omni by DynaVap replaced the OmniVap XL in the DynaVap catalog. It has a redesigned titanium tip, an integrated mouthpiece/condenser tube with adjustable airflow, and a titanium screen, or CCD (Circumferential Compression Diffuser).
The DynaVap B is built to last a lifetime, and rare warranty issues are taken case by case. Like all of our DynaVap products, the DynaVap B is covered by our 100% Satisfaction Guarantee.
What's in the box
- DynaVap B Vaporizer
- Storage Tube
- Height: 3.5 in
- Diameter: 14mm
- Weight: .45 oz / 13 grams
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
I love it.
I got this thing on Thursday. Today is Saturday, and I cannot stop using it. I burned a few bowls so far. But it taught me what not to do. If you use the carb(airhole), covering it as you begin your draw and then uncovering it on and off through the draw really gives you some big tasty clouds on the 2nd and 3rd clicks. I thought lowly of it after the first two attempts to use it. Then I choked myself on a great hit on the third attempt and I was like oh okay daaaaaaaayum. This is bad sumbih if you know how to use it. So in summary, I have a Mighty, Crafty, and a Solo 2, all beloved. And they are all sitting on the shelf, bored, while I cannot stop using this silly little MFer. Get one if you're a former smoker. Especially of cigs. It has that hand-to-mouth ritual with the relighting that you missed with your Mighty. Love this thing and POTV. Keep it hot, but don't burn it.
Small, you say? Packs a big punch!
If you like smooth hits, And tasty buds, check this out.
Really Solid for those Looking to Reduce Smoking
First off, let me say that I really like this thing. It provides the solid clouds you desire when you turn from smoking to vaping, but those electric vapes just don't seem to be able to get. Also, instead of sitting and inhaling hot air for 5-6 mins straight, you are in and out after 2-3 solid pulls. It helps to conserve your stuff. I love that. This device does lose a star for two aspects. For one, while the silicone is a nice touch and means that you won't risk burning yourself, it does lead to there being a slightly loose and wiggly feeling to it. If you are familiar with the other styles of Dynavap and their study design, this feels a little bit off. Also, the bowl piece seems to expand more than other models, so removing the heat cap can be more difficult. At the price, it is still a total winner. I would absolutely recommend it for someone who wants to try turning to vaping to reduce or quit their smoking, as this will be a fun and rewarding ritual that still gets you where you want to be.
Best Dynavap so far IMHO
I have been using a 2021 M with a Ti Tip for about a year and have loved it. I use it with an induction heater and have always been pleased. I bought the B thinking I would use it as a backup, but holy smokes, this little B just shines! I honestly think it does everything better than the M...It's just a simpler, better design. There are fewer parts to clean and mess with, the first hit is always good (unlike the M), It heats faster and stays usable longer, You don't have to twist it when using a touch (just pick a spot closer to the base, hold the flame just a bit further back, and heat it up...no spin needed), and it holds just the right amount of product (I was using the half bowl adapter in my M). Take off the cap, and it works as a good one-hitter as well! Since I bought the B, I haven't even glanced at my M, and I really like my M...that should tell you something.
Dynavap b Goode
After a long anticipated arrival, my package stalling in the south and then in my own town, as I maxed out the USPS tracking system. My Dynavap B arrived yesterday afternoon with a goofy little lighter, both in an oversized bag that made me wonder if the packaging was the reasons for delay, the lighter being loose and ultimately, kaput. But I was happy to receive the kit, as I had never received a tracking number for the pre sale shipment and was supplied one soon after getting package #1 a week ago: a Tight Vac container only, thanks to Solan for sending my tracking number for package #2, after inquiry. As a Dynavap ****** before test driving the B yesterday, I found qualities I liked, features I don’t understand yet, and lots of YouTube videos of weird looking guys (not you, Jerry) raving about them. The official Dynavap videos are kind of creepy? The guy wearing the black and neon green looks like it was shot in a correctional facility, the only thing missing were Ray Ban aviators. The whole thing is new to me, but it definitely fills the one hitter gap in fashion. And until the B came along, you paid dearly for that fashion. I’ve always thought Dynavaps were expensive, and that you were paying for an art piece, so to speak, and a cap that goes pop. That was the first hurdle- I didn’t hear the noise, didn’t heat far enough to the end, then too far and long and roasted the contents, committing a combustion fail. After cleaning it out, things went smoother. Caught some nice clouds on the second attempt, but still am unsure about the carb, or whatever Troy calls it, or the condenser extension, or even the cap for that matter. It’s nearly impossible to draw with the carb hole covered and I don’t understand the point of removing a hot cap… kind of negates the purpose of it to listen for the other clicks. My cap seems to want to fall off when it’s cool, but Dynavap’s lack of instructions left me to rummage the internet again, finding a hilarious video of Troy hogging the camera while Jerry pretty much explains this rig, almost as good as the video of Jerry getting the woozies after hitting a giant glass submarine looking vape that cost a home mortgage. The build on this seems a bit wobbly, but I have no experience with silicone, so it will definitely be loose for regular Dynavap inmates. Everyone does seem happy to be freed from the clutches of O rings, so I salute them for their sacrifices with past Dynavaps. Disassembly is a snap, cleaning will be easy. Overall, I have a long way to go with this. I love how it is truly microdosing, only using a quarter of what I put in a S&B dosing capsule, and glad for the airtight case so the rest of my Mighty kit doesn’t get stinky. I like how it’s basically a one hitter, and yet another weird vape to use. I’ll need a better heat source, as the abv seems a bit on the light side. And I’ll be sure not to lose the cap- as it represents half the cost of the rig (cool laser work though). Without incurring the wrath of the internets I’m hitting this with a solid 3. I’d like to try a different style of Dynavap to make sure I’m not rating Dynavap as a whole, but maybe I am. Dynavap seems to be trying to innovate, maybe a bit smugly, and perhaps too much of a commitment to get another, for me. My POTV One will always be my glass rig, my Mighty for the road, the Volcano for mystical unicorn visions, the Hammer vaporizer for nostalgia, and now this for things that go boom. Thanks again to POTV for good service.D
Planet Of The Vapes
Hey Eugene, Larry here. The Dynvaps do have a bit of learning curve but for most that get over that curve, their Dynavaps become one of their most favored vapes. If you need any further input or help in getting over that curve, please don't hesitate to reach out to me directly here:https://www.planetofthevapes.com/pages/contact-us With best regards, Larry