DaVinci VaporizerDaVinci is a dual purpose portable vaporizer loaded with features. This versatile portable has the ability to vaporize aromatic blends and essential oils, features fully adjustable precision temperature control, a bright digital display, and a built-in storage compartment and cleaning brush. DaVinci offers temperatures ranging from 100-430°F for optimal vaporization of a wide variety of aromatic blends, liquids, and solids, making it the perfect companion for on-the-go vaporization.
How it WorksLoad finely ground aromatic blends or essential oil can into Davinci's chamber. Switch on Davinci's main power and press the temperature power button to engage the heater. Select your desired temperature and allow DaVinci to fully heat. Once heated, begin to draw slowly for best results.
MaintenanceBe sure to clear the chamber after each use. The screen and chamber can be cleaned with the supplied cleaning brush. Use the cleaning brush handle to gently remove the screen for easy cleaning.
What's in the Box
- DaVinci Vaporizer
- Flexi Straw
- 3x Large Replacement Screens
- 6x Small Replacement Screens
- 2x Essential Oil Cans
- Cleaning Brush
- 110v -240v Wall Charger
- User Manual
Yes, the DaVinci is made for dried aromatic blends.
DaVinci Vaporizer Reviews
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I'd been using traditional methods for the past 39 years, and I used a friends Da Vinci and I decided to buy one for myself. The Da Vinci comes with two stainless steel cans, one is for [blends] and the other is for [concentrates] but, I've learned that it works better when the chamber is just loaded with the material alone, Don't stuff the chamber full of material, leave some room for good air flow.
Start with the temperature set at 361 F, and work up in 10 degree increments until you've reached the maximum temperature of 405 F and no more vapors can be [drawn]
Save the leftover material and i use it via traditional methods, and still get a decent effect. It's a money saving device once the user learns to use it properly! Also, remember to wait until the light turns from red to green, and then begin to [draw] long and slowly and press the lower round button to turn off the vaporization process a little bit before you stop [drawing]. This helps save the material so that you get maximum usage of the material. And the last tip is, never let the Da Vinci just sit with the green light on and not [drawing] because, you're just [using] up the material and not getting any use from it.
This was my first vape and the heating unit went out on me shortly I got it. It was exchanged quickly by VapeWorld . With the current special going on I thought I'd purchased another one. I thought it worked well when it worked:)