Swiss design, hand-made in Italy. The Vapman offers some of the most efficient extraction on the market in a beautiful handmade analog device. The classic version includes a fine layer of mica near the flame input to protect your wood from carbonization. Mica is a harmless natural material which acts as heat reflector to improve the device's efficiency.
- Vapman Classic in Olive Wood (Black P.O.M. Mouthpiece)
- Hemp Fiber Protective Egg for Easy Transportation
- Single-Flame Butane Lighter
- Cleaning Brush
- Screw Driver
- User Manual
- Vapman Wood Box
- Metal Filling Funnel for Easy Loading
How to Use:
While Vapman use can come with a slight learning curve, we find that with a little instruction most users can have successful extraction from their first session. The Vapman doesn't provide temperature feedback (like DynaVap's 'click') requiring users to pay attention to the vapor taste and density in order to adjust temperatures.
To load, twist the Vapman upper to remove and expose the bowl. Then insert the metal filling funnel to ensure all of your herbal material makes it in the bowl (and your device stays clean). Scoop in your preferred amount of ground materials; one of the Vapman's specialties is microdosing so no need to overfill. Re-attach the upper and begin heating by pointing the blue flame tip at the golden bowl tip. Then alternate heating and inhaling to extract your material at your preferred speed and temperature. We prefer starting each session with a 3 second heat up, 3 second cool down, then another 3 second heat up followed by a light inhale. This preheats the bowl and allows users to customize temperatures based on feedback from the initial inhale.
We recommend cleaning all new extraction devices to ensure there are no residual oils from manufacturing.
One of our favorite aspects of Vapman devices is how minimal maintenance they require. Make sure to empty the bowl while warm and give a quick brush to ensure all residual material is removed. If you notice any restriction in airflow users can clean the air holes in the bowl with a toothpick.