The PICO is designed to vaporize AND/OR combust, giving the user the freedom to completely extract their material.
Like the Magic Flight Launch Box, it has a bit of a learning curve. It heats up in about 3 seconds, and hits combustion around 7-10 seconds.
I haven’t mastered it, and at this point I’m too high to continue trying.
It’s tiny. 1.96″L x .75″W x .36″H. The inside diameter of the stem is 2.1mm (.08″)
It’s not overly difficult to hold and activate the battery. Awkward at first, but I think it will be easy to adapt to.
Magic Flight PICO: First Impressions:
I’m not a fan of combustion, but I don’t avoid it completely. It makes my mouth feel icky and everything tastes like shit for a while.
The PICO doesn’t really give that full combustion mouth disaster, or at least it I haven’t been able to drive it that far.
I’m not going to complain about the build because it’s alpha – which means there could be several design iterations before this product is ‘official.’
Mine had a few loose slivers and the metal slide was so loose that it fell off.
I love that it comes with two gold MFLB batteries ($12 value) plus a battery case.
I’m excited to get to know this tiny little vape. I microdose often with the VapCap and I think this will be a better solution for me. The trench is super tiny – the perfect size for microdosing. I’ll start using it tomorrow and will post an update soon.
In the meantime, Magic Flight still has a few PICOs left.