Not only does it look great, but it performs great too. It delivers tasty vapor from its ceramic heating chamber which is a conduction heating system. It also includes a 'flavour chamber' which lets you vaporize dry herbs without having to grind them up.
If you're looking for a true, pocketable, portable vaporizer you're in luck. It only weighs around 145 grams which is tiny compared to many other portable units. You can easily throw it in your pocket along with your phone. The battery will only last about an hour of use though, so be wary. The batteries are replaceable so consider picking an extra one up if you're going with the Davinci IQ. Davinci also released the MIQRO vaporizer, which is very similar to the IQ but has a smaller size and comes in at a lower price point. While the battery lasts a little bit less than the IQ, it's an amazing little conduction vaporizer. If you want a small unit to throw in your pocket, you should definitely take a look at the MIQRO. New in 2020 : Davinci released the Davinci IQ2, which is now available.
It features new airflow control which let's you change the amount of air intake on the go. Also it has on-demand dosage technology which lets you track exactly how much you've vaporized (only works via the app which is currently not available on Apple devices). Take our vaporizer quiz to find your perfect match. We'll also give you a 5% coupon at the end of the quiz. It's Arizer's first truly portable vaporizer since the mouthpiece retracts back in to the unit. All of Arizer's 'portable' vaporizers have glass pieces which means you can't throw them in your pocket or bag—that's not the case with the ArGo. It's about the size of a deck of cards and fits perfectly in your hand. Although it's small Arizer hasn't cut corners on their build quality too. This vaporizer feels sturdy and doesn't have the cheap plastic quality you get with other units. It has some of the vapor production of all the tiny vaporizers (Pax, Starry). They've utilized their conduction/convection heating technology from their Solo 2 and Air 2, and put it in a smaller package. It has a pretty fast heat up time that will get you vaporizing in just under a minute. Somehow Arizer also fit a full OLED display on to this small vaporizer too. You can see battery life and temperature right on the ArGo, no need to download a separate app or anything like that. We much prefer vaporizers that have screens since apps can be a bit gimmicky (and also Apple has currently banned vape related apps). The best part of the ArGo has to be the swappable batteries. You can buy extras and throw them in your pocket on the go. Swappable batteries also extends the life of your vaporizer since you don't need to just toss it when the batteries weaken over time. The XMAX Starry is the cheapest vaporizer on this list, but it doesn't perform like the cheapest . It's an awesome little vaporizer that is perfect for beginners looking for a starter, or veterans looking for a super portable unit. The XMAX Starry is the perfect size to be taken out of the house on an adventure. It weighs around 120 grams which is at the smaller end of any portable vaporizers you find.
It's easy to throw in your pocket and fits perfectly in the grip of your hand. Just be careful because the mouthpiece can get hot after prolonged use. It heats up pretty quickly in around 20-30 seconds. The XMAX Starry offers a full spectrum of temperatures to pick from the OLED display. It is a conduction vaporizer though, so don't expect incredible flavor. The V3 has an improved battery life which lets you use it for around 80 minutes of use. The batteries are also replaceable, so you can keep extras with you for longer excursions.
They've also added a bigger bowl and new mouth piece which are definitely nice to have too! Boundless has released a couple cheap products that have taken the dry herb vaporizer world by storm. The CF/CFX are essentially a poor man's Crafty/Mighty : they are hybrid convection, they look similar and they have similar sizes. Considering they're half the price of their Volcano counterparts—the CF/CFX are pretty impressive. It's a relatively small size and features five different temperature settings.