Hey guys, it’s Sneaky Pete here and today I want to show you the tiny new Orion Portable Induction Heater from DynaTec. The Orion has some incredible new features and a fantastic modern design. They managed to take an existing product category and create a sleek, highly functional heater that performs admirably across their entire lineup of products. Overall, I am super impressed with this new Orion Induction Heater from DynaTec. In a way, it feels like the first true portable production induction heater; the experience is 100% professional and there’s natural integration for DynaVap to produce a heating device for their already popular vaporizers. But is it the right induction heater for you? Join me as I answer this question and many more!
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When you buy the Orion it comes in this nice zippered case which is handy and easy to take with you. In the case you can fit the induction heater itself and the USB-C charging cable. Inside the case it has a molded shell with space for the Orion itself, you can bring the included Small Snapstash and a secure, rectangular area to keep your DynaVaps and other small accessories tightly organized.
It is plain to see that this is a truly portable induction heater. It might not fit in your jean’s front pocket, but it would have no problem going in a coat pocket or in any bag that you have. Compared to an iPhone 11 Pro Max, it has a much smaller footprint, and it has roughly the thickness of about the bottom two layers of a brilliant cut grinder. I would say it is like holding a large deck of cards.
The Orion is super light. When I weighed one, it was actually just slightly lighter than a brilliant cut grinder at under 150g. I think they could make it a little heavier even; a little extra weight would just be reassuring in the hand.
The Orion charges with USB-C, which is great to see, and it will charge from completely dead to full in about 90 minutes. One thing to keep in mind is that if your USB-C power source is greater than 5V or 2A, it will have too much power to charge this. You can use any iPhone plug or a laptop, that sort of thing, but if you have a really high-powered USB-C charger it may be too powerful. Personally, I haven’t tried it with anything that didn’t work myself but it’s something to look for if you’re having issues.
They have designed the unit so that you consistently get at least 50 hits per battery charge, and during my testing, I found that I got 66 hits from a full battery. Some of those hits I pulled out right at the click, some were shorter heat cycles from doing a hit right before, and then some of them were heating it up for a few seconds longer to get a bigger hit. Overall, I think the claim of 50 hits per battery is pretty fair and I couldn’t imagine you getting less.
That’s a substantial amount of hits for a portable induction heater. If you imagine that you’re doing 2 hits an hour, 16hrs a day, it would last you at least a day and a half. If you’re doing 10 hits a day, 5 days of battery life, so overall, I think it makes it really practical for out of the house use.
Keep in mind, if you leave your device in standby mode and allow it to shut itself off after 7 minutes of no activity, that will have some impact on your battery life, but not a tonne. It doesn’t use a lot of battery in standby mode, but for the absolute best battery life, turn it off when you’re done your hit…
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