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  • Coloured DynaVap M 2021
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  • Coloured DynaVap M 2021
  • Coloured DynaVap M 2021

With a range of function and aesthetic improvements, the 2021 M once again sets an industry standard, these gorgeous colour variants are the cherry on top.

   Sneaky Pete says:

VerdiuM. AzuriuM. RosiuM. The Fall Colours line will shift the hue of your world.

Functionally, the Coloured 2021 Ms have all the innovation introduced with the standard 2021 M, including a completely redesigned multifaceted tip with significantly more airflow serrations and you can now stab your flower instead of having to grind it. It also includes adjust-a-bowl technology for easy micro-dosing and compatibility with the Sneaky Pete Half-Bowl Converter, dual M shaped chiral air ports for high turbulence air injection, and a 10mm tapered mouthpiece.

This DynaVap series uses a physical vapour deposition (or PVD) process to get the vibrant and varied colours. Something fascinating about PVD coating is that it is heat reactive. That does not mean that if you run a torch over it the colour is going to instantly change, but if you heat the metal above standard operating temperature until it is red hot, it will cause a permanent colour change in the coating. This opens all kinds of customization options and can give you some crazy looks if you vary your heating technique and the amount of time you spend on any one spot.

The VerdiuM is new to the line this year and the first thing you will notice about it is that like the RosiuM, it is multi-toned rather than one solid colour. We describe it as green, but the colouring varies when viewed under different lights, sometimes it can look almost completely gold, and the fins on the tip can be very distinctly purple.

The AzuriuM blue coating is gorgeous and complex in its behavior, but consistent in its original colouring. Permanently add to its pattern by heating past normal operating temperatures, causing the coating to transition through a wide number of colour gradients, ranging from magenta to gold and beyond.

Among the three variants, the beautiful RosiuM stem has the most variance, with magenta, gold, blue, and green all in the mix. It will also undergo a colour transition like the AzuriuM when overheated.

If you haven’t already picked up a 2021 DynaVap M, here’s your opportunity to pick up a beauty. And if you have, well, no reason not to add a little colour to the lineup. The Coloured 2021 DynaVap M is a masterpiece, and we can’t wait for you to get your hands on it.

$111.97 CAD
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   Sneaky Pete says:

VerdiuM. AzuriuM. RosiuM. The Fall Colours line will shift the hue of your world.

Functionally, the Coloured 2021 Ms have all the innovation introduced with the standard 2021 M, including a completely redesigned multifaceted tip with significantly more airflow serrations and you can now stab your flower instead of having to grind it. It also includes adjust-a-bowl technology for easy micro-dosing and compatibility with the Sneaky Pete Half-Bowl Converter, dual M shaped chiral air ports for high turbulence air injection, and a 10mm tapered mouthpiece.

This DynaVap series uses a physical vapour deposition (or PVD) process to get the vibrant and varied colours. Something fascinating about PVD coating is that it is heat reactive. That does not mean that if you run a torch over it the colour is going to instantly change, but if you heat the metal above standard operating temperature until it is red hot, it will cause a permanent colour change in the coating. This opens all kinds of customization options and can give you some crazy looks if you vary your heating technique and the amount of time you spend on any one spot.

The VerdiuM is new to the line this year and the first thing you will notice about it is that like the RosiuM, it is multi-toned rather than one solid colour. We describe it as green, but the colouring varies when viewed under different lights, sometimes it can look almost completely gold, and the fins on the tip can be very distinctly purple.

The AzuriuM blue coating is gorgeous and complex in its behavior, but consistent in its original colouring. Permanently add to its pattern by heating past normal operating temperatures, causing the coating to transition through a wide number of colour gradients, ranging from magenta to gold and beyond.

Among the three variants, the beautiful RosiuM stem has the most variance, with magenta, gold, blue, and green all in the mix. It will also undergo a colour transition like the AzuriuM when overheated.

If you haven’t already picked up a 2021 DynaVap M, here’s your opportunity to pick up a beauty. And if you have, well, no reason not to add a little colour to the lineup. The Coloured 2021 DynaVap M is a masterpiece, and we can’t wait for you to get your hands on it.

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Coloured DynaVap M 2021 Review & User Guide

Coloured DynaVap M 2021 Review & User Guide

With a range of function and aesthetic improvements, the 2021 M once again sets an industry standard, these gorgeous colour variants are the cherry on top.

Small and lightweight

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Instant vapor

Ultra-affordable

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Vape Design

The DynaVap M has come a long way since the original was released in 2016

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Before we go over the new colours, first let’s talk about the 2021 DynaVap M briefly. The M is DynaVap‘s most popular product, and with each new generation they deliver function and aesthetic improvements. 

The 2021 DynaVap M has come a very long way since the original M was released in 2016, it has a beautiful body with a complex texture on the tapered section, with the same texture mimicked on the section near the mouthpiece. The chiral airport which looks like an ‘M’ is a neat detail, and the angled rocker on the back does a great job of drawing your fingers to it. 

It also has a completely redesigned tip which allows significantly more airflow and can stab your flower for loading (so you don’t need a grinder) and the adjust-a-bowl, so you can alter the bowl size without a Sneaky Pete Half-Bowl Converter. The 2021 M fits natively into any 10mm female water piece, the tolerances of the tip have been greatly improved, so it slides in there like a gentleman. You can even use it with concentrate by adding a DynaCoil.

For detailed information about the form and function of the DynaVap M 2021, check out my review here.

The Colouring Process

Physical vapour deposition is a very resilient form of metal coating

On the slick 2021 M design DynaVap uses a physical vapour deposition (or PVD) process to get the vibrant and varied colours. While most people are familiar with the process of anodizing metal to produce amazing colours, PVD is quite different. PVD is the process of taking physical matter, vaporizing it, then that vaporized material applies itself evenly to the M as a particulate and turns back to a solid material. 

PVD is a very resilient form of metal coating, significantly more resilient than something like anodization, it’s used on drill bits and even the new iPhone because of its durability as well as the shiny good looks. You’ll notice when you handle one of these Coloured 2021 M’s that they are really smooth compared to the bare metal M’s, but keep in mind that some degree of the smoothness may be lost over time.

The interior of the caps for these Coloured M’s do not have the PVD coating on them, but when you take one apart you’ll see that the condenser does have the PVD coating, meaning that when you look through that airport you’re going to see the same colour accent.

Verdium

Light green with gold and purple accents

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The first thing you will notice about the Verdium (green) model is that like the Rosium it’s actually multi-toned rather than one solid colour. I describe it as green, but the colouring varies when viewed under different lights, sometimes it can look almost completely gold, and the fins on the tip of mine are very distinctly purple. I really like the way the gold colour comes through whenever it sparkles in the light and I love the purple accent on the tip, this is the only one I’ve seen though, so I don’t know if they are all exactly like this, because with the PVD process there is going to be some individuality. It’s really cool to see a lightly coloured model this year, rather than something like the dark Phantom from last year’s offering.

Rosium

Reminds me of gasoline in a puddle

Next let’s take a look at the Rosium (pink) model. I was actually shocked last year, as I figured the Phantom would be the most popular variant, but the Rosium was the model that we sold out of first, people really loved not only the look of these but also just how different they are from a lot of other devices in their collections. This one always reminds me of gasoline in a puddle, you get that morphing colour look that changes in the light, giving you different undertones and accents. On the tip of the Rosium model I was provided with there is distinct gold colouring between the fins, and I think it adds a really cool detail.

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Azurium

Rich blue that sparkles in the light

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Finally, let’s look at the Azurium (blue) model. While the other ones are cool because of their variance, this one is the best choice if you want something that has a more consistent colouring. When you look at the tip, just like with the others you’ll see some variance in colour there, it’s almost like a dark purple on my one, but aside from that it has a nice consistent rich blue colour. Azurium also feels the smoothest texture-wise to me, there’s not a ton of difference, but when I compare the three colours side-by-side it has the edge. This one still has some action in the colour as you rotate it, and the light plays really well on it, making it seem like it sparkles. The PVD coating is quite resilient, so as long as it doesn’t spend a lot of time rubbing up against other things, it will maintain its rich colouring for quite a while.

Heat reactive coating

High temperatures will cause a permanent colour change in the coating

One thing that is really cool about this PVD coating is that it’s heat reactive, that doesn’t mean that if you run a torch over it the colour is going to instantly change, but when you heat the metal above standard operating temperature until it’s red hot, it will cause a permanent colour change in the coating. This opens up all kinds of customisation options and can give you some crazy looks if you vary your heating technique and the amount of time you spend on any one spot. I've seen a lot of totally unique looks that people have achieved.

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Alternatively, if you like the way it looks and you don’t want it to change at all, an induction heater is your best bet as that gives away more consistent heating and won’t give you any noticeable hotspots. It’s definitely possible to avoid colour change while using a torch, just don’t heat it too aggressively and make sure you rotate quickly for a nice even heat. The Verdium is the most resistant to colour changing by quite a margin, if you don’t want any colour changing at all it's definitely the model you’ll want to choose.

How to customise your Coloured 2021 M

Once you alter the colour there’s no way to revert to its original colour

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If you want to try heat morphing one of these 2021 M’s, the best way to do it is to completely disassemble it and remove all of the o-rings. Then take whichever component you want to change the colour of and put it into the bit holder of an electric drill. Run the drill and selectively heat it with your torch while it rotates. Keep in mind that the condenser will need way less heat to become red hot and change colour compared to the tip or especially the body. For the condenser you can use the same torch that you use to heat your DynaVap, but for the body I would definitely recommend using a dab torch or something that’s a little stronger than a typical DynaVap torch.

One thing to keep in mind about the colour changing process is that it moves in only one direction, once you alter the colour there’s no way to revert to its original colour. Consider Azurium the starting color, when you heat this up it’s going to morph into the colours that are seen on the Rosium, and from there it will just continue to change colour until there’s nowhere else for it to go and it looks more like a regular 2021 DynaVap M.

Final Thoughts

I think it was a really cool idea to add the Verdium this year

So there you go, that’s the new 2021 Coloured Dynavap M lineup, Azurium, Rosium, and the brand new Verdium. I think it was a really cool idea to add the Verdium this year, rather than having the Phantom again, and it’s great that you can still do the colour changing on the Rosium and Azurium models, you can give your device such unique and wild looks. It’s quite an involved process to perform the PVD on these M’s, so they are more expensive than the regular DynaVap M’s, but they’re still incredibly affordable devices that give you insane performance and efficiency, while being really enjoyable and analogous to use.

For a detailed review of the function of the DynaVap M 2021, take a look here, and don't forget to check out its compatible accessories.

Coloured DynaVap M 2021

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