Handcrafted in the U.S.A. these beauties function as both a dry herb vaporizer and enail for concentrates.
- Quartz and Titanium Heater Cover
- Various Hardwood's
- Hand-rubbed oil finish
- Titanium 14mm mouthpiece/ water-pipe adapter
- Hands-free glass hand-piece.
- Blue LED light
- Silicone Tubing
- Detailed Instructions
- Lifetime Warranty
Email us at email@example.com if you are interested in discussing a special order package in a number of different hardwoods.
First of all I'd like to say that I have been a Ditanium user since early November in 2019. I use the device almost daily, and in that time I have only had to purchase 1 quartz dish replacement. It wasn't completely necessary at the time, either. I could have put the replacement off for another several months had I wanted to.
Instead of going into a long, drawn out review, I'm going to make a list of pros & cons for the Ditanium. Then I'll mention what I'd change about the device given the chance.
- Excellent pricing when compared to other "good/popular" desktop vaporizers.
- Rock solid wooden construction.
- Tons of options for the unit, in terms of wood type, stain, etc.
- Small footprint (takes up very little desk space).
- The nail is recessed within the device, making things pretty "safe" overall.
- Monstrous vapor production with concentrates.
- Monstrous vapor production with dry herbs.
- If you prefer lower temps, there's a decent titanium carb cap that'll help with that.
- The mood lighting that's built into the device is a small christmas tree bulb, which means it's easy to change it.
- Very easy to use. Plug it in & turn the knob. That's it.
- Heats up quickly.
- EXTREMELY friendly & helpful customer service from the manufacturer.
- The quartz dish is small (too small to clean thoroughly with normal sized q-tips).
- The ti carb cap & "handpiece" are basically essential imho. They should raise MSRP & include them standard.
- I'm not aware of/can't locate any high end, 3rd party accessories for the Ditanium (if this is even a con).
- Can be a bit of a pain to disassemble the Ditanium for thorough cleaning.
- When using concentrates & dry herbs at the same time you'll have to put in a little effort to find the perfect temp. That said, the Ditanium is quite a bit less expensive than most devices that can do these "stacked" dabs (both concentrates & dry herb at the same time). So, much like the situation w/ high end, 3rd party accessories...this may not be an actual con either.
What I'd change:
- The size of the quartz dish. If it were 25-30mm one could use pearls, q-tip tech, 3rd party carb caps, etc.
- I wish the nail "housing" was magnetic, rather than threaded. This would make the device much, much easier to disassemble & clean thoroughly.
If you've been on the fence regarding the Ditanium, don't be anymore. Get yourself one of them. If you're cool with having a smaller dabbing surface, it's hard to NOT love this device. Again, I just wish it had a bigger dabbing surface and it were easier to disassemble.
I'd recommend the Ditanium to anyone who has an interest in concentrates/vaping.
Simple, safe, effective -- the Ditanium is perfect for me.
Been using it non stop since it came in. Great all arounder, found a spot at my desk when many others did not. Highly recommend.
Great desktop device at a good price. The Ditanium is able to vaporize flower extremely well. With the low temp carb cap, flavour dabs are also very achievable.
I like to clear my flower bowl in 2-3 hits which the ditanium does very well, unfortunately at that setting concentrates will burn. Correct temperature for flavourful dabs turns it into more of a session vape with flower, not roasting it to max potential.
Highly recommend the device if it's in your budget. All my other devices have taken a backseat since it showed up.