In today’s article we’ll provide a detailed overview of the DaVinci Miqro vaporizer, including its strong and weak sides, and all the details you need to know about the vape before you make your purchase.

About the DaVinci Miqro

The DaVinci Miqro vaporizer is a small, ultraportable conduction vaporizer for dry herb. It goes beyond a travel portable vape and it’s really not a lot bigger than a key fob.

Although it looks a lot like a smaller DaVinci IQ, it’s a lot different and it’s designed with a different purpose.

Here’s a short video explaining some of their main differences:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uzG5izR-iFI

The DaVinci Miqro comes in 5 different colors and is available at a pretty affordable price.

They also have an explorer collection available, which features the DaVinci Miqro vaporizer, a carrying case, a grinder, a long USB cable, an extended mouthpiece, a pipe cleaner, a keychain ring, and a few extra accessories, as well as a separate carrying case for the herb and battery.

The Miqro is quite easy to use and clean. The mouthpiece comes out and comes apart in two little pieces, you can twist off the pearl easily as well, and use a Q-tip to swab the oven. Don’t forget to clean the vapor path from time to time as well.

For more details on how to thoroughly clean your DaVinci Miqro vaporizer, take a look at this short instructional video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pHx5RjKQFUw

Like with anything else, the more frequently you clean it, the longer it’s going to last and the better it’s going to work while you own it.

The DaVinci Miqro is designed as more of a personal on-the-go herb vaporizer, than massive clouds, pass-it-around for a full session with friends’ type of vaporizer.

It uses smaller removable 18350 batteries, which don’t have a very long battery life but they do charge a lot faster.

The DaVinci Miqro provides the best results when it’s not packed full, so you might need to re-pack it once or twice if you need more than 5-10 light draws at a time.

On the topic of performance, in addition to not packing it full, we recommend you grind your flower finely and pack it pretty firmly for optimal vapor.

In terms of design, it comes at a very nice lightweight, build and look. It easily fits in your pocket and it’s quite discreet as well.

It’s great for travel since it’s very small and light.

In comparison to the DaVinci IQ, the first few things you’ll notice are the size and weight of the vaporizers, which differs a lot. The DaVinci Miqro also has an adjustable pearl, unlike the IQ. The Miqro has a smaller battery as well. It uses an 18350, rather than an 18650 battery.

What Comes In The Box

1 x Davinci Miqro

1 x 18350 900 mAh Battery / Extended Mouthpiece

1 x USB Cable

1 x Tool

3 x Cleaning Swabs

1 x Pearl Posts

1 x Pearl Gaskets

1 x Mouthpiece Gasket

1 x Owners Manual

Pros and Cons of the DaVinci Micro Vaporizer

Here are some of the main pros and cons on the DaVinci Miqro vaporizer:

Benefits

  • Small
  • Affordable
  • Compact
  • Good flavor
  • Smooth vapor
  • You can get nice clouds from it
  • It’s suitable for people who use a below average material when they vape (not suitable for larger groups)
  • Comes with 4 built in heat settings
  • You can adjust the temperature yourself
  • Perfect for light users
  • Fully functional adjustable oven allowing you to minimize the chamber size by 50%

Drawbacks

  • It has some draw resistance
  • Provides the best results when it’s packed less than full
  • Small oven
  • Microdose vape
  • 40 minutes run time/ 5-minute sessions
  • No flavor chamber as an additional storage area
  • You might need to re-pack it if you want to get stronger effects