Video guide: Master the basics of heating a DynaVap Vaporizer

How to heat up your DynaVap pen vaporizer properly a beginners guide

A How-to guide on using the DynaVap vaporizers for beginners

By Herbert M. Green

So, you got yourself your first DynaVap vaporizer. Congratulations! You’re most definitely going to enjoy vaping on that simple yet versatile lit(tle) pen vaporizer for years to come.

DynaVap vapes are fun, fast and easy to use and make for a more than decent, all-around vaping experience. Especially if you’re going for optimal flavour or microdosing. Bonus points: no batteries needed. Instead, you’ll need a lighter - preferably a butane fueled jet-flame lighter - and your wits.

Using a DynaVap Vaporizer is a manual experience (which you can master too) 

I say ‘wits’ because of the fact that heating a VapCap with a lighter is a tactile, manual experience. It gives you a lot of control over the heating process, letting you determine your preferred vapour quality. 

And therein lies the rub, the control part. Because before you get control you’ll have to learn how to take control. This means that there is a learning curve involved with flame-operated or flame-powered vaporizers.

Yet, fear not. It’s not a very steep one and with a few pointers, you’ll get the hang of it in no time. Just follow these basic tips and you’ll be on your way to fast, satisfying and above all; consistent hits from your VapCap.    

Pro’s and con’s to every lighter you can use with a DynaVap vaporizer

In one of my previous articles; “Which is the best jet-flame torch lighter for you?” I delve a bit deeper into the differences between the kinds of lights that can be used with the category of vaporizers that we call ‘open-flame vaporizers’. But, for this article, I’m solely going to concentrate on the three main kinds of lighter you should choose from and how to use them properly. 

Watch the video below, where I introduce you to the basics of heating your VapCap with three different lighter; a regular lighter, a single-flame jet lighter and a multiple-flame jet lighter.  

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