The Micro Vape pen is one of the hottest style vaporizers on the market today and it has been around since the beginning. It is one of the smallest and most discreet vapes with the battery power to last all day. It provides a convenient and reliable way to vaporize your wax concentrates while on the go.
The Micro vape consists of 3 main components—the battery, the coil attachment and the mouthpiece. All parts are interchangeable and replaceable. The battery is rechargeable and the coils will have to be replaced periodically.
To charge the vape, plug the micro usb charger into the bottom of the battery and connect it to a power source. The red light will turn on and when the vaporizer is fully charged, the light will turn off.
To turn the battery on, press the power button 5 times quickly in a row. The light on the power button will flash a few times and stop.
When loading the vape, make sure that the coil is firmly connected to the battery. Gently load your product into the coil but do not over-pack! Use a moderate amount wax and avoid poking the coil directly.
After loading your vape pen, place the mouthpiece over the coil and you’ll be ready to vape—just hold down the power button and it will heat the coil. As it heats up, your concentrates will start to vaporize and at this point you can take a smooth gradual pull to get the best experience.
Keep your vaporizer upright, especially after a vape session. When wax in the wax pen is heated, it takes on a more liquid form. And if you decide to lay down your vape after taking a few puffs, you may get some spillage and build-up.
Don’t over-pack your coil. The coil will need to be replaced periodically. The lifespan of your coil is based on how often it is used, and how it is handled during that time. Use moderate amounts of concentrates so that you don’t put unnecessary stress and build-up on the coil.
A spare coil is always a good idea. Especially if traveling on vacation, but even if you are just going out for the night, having an extra coil can go a long way. Heavy-users need pay attention the most—you know who you are.