VapCap HydraVonGLast update: August 12, 2020
The VapCap HydraVonG is one of the HydraVonG vaporizer series from DynaVap, which includes the VapCap HydraVonG XLS and the OmniVonG Hydra XL. The mechanical vaporizer has a handcrafted wood stem for a secured grip that allows for better rotation. Also, this product has an offset airport design that lets you modify the air to intake ratio. The vaporizer is 9.2 cm long, fits most 14mm water filters, and has a titanium tip that fits small amounts of ground material or resin. Of course, you need the DynaCoil to use any waxy materials.
The VapCap vaporizers from DynaVap has evolved since the OG, VapCap Original emerges into the vaping scene. The HydraVonG series is here to take over the DynaVap VapCap NonaVonG series, launched on February 2018. The word “VonG” in any VapCap vaporizers means that it fits water adapters.
The VapCaps are unique mechanical vaporizer with distinctive clicks to determine your vape status. As you apply heat on the Titanium tip, the device will click when your material is ready. You should stop heating as you hear the click and enjoy your vapor with a steady draw. Important note: before you heat the device again, make sure it clicks as it cools down. Otherwise, the device will not click as it hasn’t reset itself.
New offset airport
The new design allows you to adjust the airflow more intuitively. If you look at other VapCap, such as the VapCap OmniVap, you can see how different the airport is. Now, the new stretched air-hole offers better air intake than ever.
The VapCap HydraVonG doesn’t have a battery; you should use a butane torch lighter. Of course, you may use a regular lighter or any flame, but you will have black soot on your Titanium tip. Other than that, it might affect your vapor taste and requires more cleaning. Therefore, we suggest using a jet-flame lighter.
VapCap HydraVonG Video
Check out the introduction video to the HydraVonG series.
What’s in the box?
- 1x VapCap HydraVonG
- 1x Storage tube
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