Dynavap adds the HydraVonG to its popular vape line

Dynavap adds the HydraVonG to its popular vape line

Dynavap is a company that makes one of the most popular (and unique) vaporizers out there. The VapCap M is a slick-looking little vape that isn’t electronically powered at all, like most flower vaporizers. Instead, you heat it with a (separately purchased) butane torch, which can be a bit messy, but does give you some fine control over the temperature, which a lot of users appreciate.

The VapCap’s pieces can be switched out modularly, and Dynavap in the past has offered a “VonG” line, meant to connect the VapCap to a bong adapter, so it can be smoked through a water pipe. And now, Dynavap has released a version called the HydraVonG, which updates the look and design of the piece, and incorporates a new “offset airflow” feature, giving uses more control over the balance of smoke and air coming through it.

Dynavap has always made some really quality pieces, and the HydraVonG looks like no exception — the wood on the outside is finely carved (and fits into any 14mm glass adapter), and while the HydraVonG, like all of the VapCap designs, is relatively low tech, it offers a lot of control and touch in terms of how you’re vaping. It takes a little bit of practice to use correctly, but once you’ve used a VapCap (or this VonG variant), you’ll see why it’s so popular.

Oh, and the price doesn’t hurt either — while most USB/electronic vapes will run you north of $200 or so, the HydraVonG is available for around $100 or less (depending on which options you go with). Of course, you’ll also need to buy and fuel a butane lighter (and Dynavap recommends a cleaning product as well), but even with those concerns, this is a relatively cheap experience for what you get out of it. If you want a reliable, relatively low tech option for vaping, with an experience that’s better than its price suggests, check out the HydraVonG.

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