The new fall colours of the 2021 ‘M’ by DynaVap

Get your special edition coloured VapCaps before they are sold out! 

By Dabber the Adder  

It’s that time of the year again. The cold and rain are coming back and the leaves on the trees are slowly changing colour from bright green to yellow, red and brown hues. Fall is upon us.
Speaking of colour changes, as is now tradition, DynaVap has just released the new colourways for the 2021 ‘M’. And I think we can all agree that this year’s colour lineup might be the best one to date. We’ve got a completely new green hue with the Verdium, the return of the fan favourite Rosium and a solid blue-tinted Azurium.
Let’s take a quick look at all three and dive a bit deeper into how DynaVap gave these 2021 ‘M’ pen vaporizers their shine. 

A new and better technique to let the DynaVap 2021 ‘M’ shine bright in the fall light 

Before we take a closer look at the new fall colours of the 2021 ‘M’ by DynaVap, let’s discuss the actual process that goes into creating these colourful coatings.
Seeing as the technique for this year’s lineup is quite different from the anodization technique used in the past and does influence the look and feel of the colourised ‘M’s. 

Instead of anodizing the metal, DynaVap has now opted for a Physical Vapour Deposition (or PVD) process. This is a process used to produce a metal vapour that can be deposited in a vacuum chamber on electrically conductive materials as a thin, highly adhered pure metal or alloy coating.

This technique is not only more environmentally friendly, but it also provides a smoother, more resilient coating and better colour retention. This is also the reason why the new coloured ‘M’s feel smoother to the touch compared to the standard, bare metal version. 

Another cool feature of this technique is that there is room for slight variation between models with the same dye. This ensures that no single coloured ‘M’ will look exactly the same.

Oh, and the condenser stems are likewise treated, which means you will see the same colour if you look through the airports.

VERDIUM: A Golden Green Hue 

Let’s start with the most surprising of the three colour iterations; the 2021 ‘M’ Verdium.
Its beautiful, elegant tint shifts from a fresh, almost emerald hue into a green/golden look, depending on how it catches the light. Not as obviously ‘multi-toned’ as the Rosium, but there is definitely a colour gradient effect going on here.

ROSIUM: Majestic Magenta, Imperial Purple and everything in between

Multi-coloured gradients, dominated by a pink/magenta tint that spreads out like an oil droplet in a rain puddle. It pops out immediately among the other two colour versions. No wonder this was the undeniable fan favourite when it first came out last year. An explosive rainbow of pink/magenta, yellow, blue, purple and green hues. Get it while it’s hot! Because, like last year, this version will surely be the one that is sold out first.

AZURIUM: A Cool Breeze Of Azure Seas

Back for a second fall season, the Azurium seems more solid than last year’s version. This is most definitely thanks to the PVD process. No gradual gradient here, just a cool breezing, solid and firm blue tint that lies in the middle between azure and cyan.  

How about it? Is your VAS triggered yet? Or are you happy with your plain old, but trusty ‘M’? Let us know in the comments below or at one of our social media channels.

Signing off, 

Dabber the Adder  

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