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TI Mini Micro Zoom

TI Mini Micro

TI Mini Micro

Note: All sales final for this item.  Please be aware that glass can break, use caution when removing glass as genuine replacement parts and glass are not available.   

Availability: Discontinued

Regular Price: $165.00

Now only: $33.00

Product Description


The Mini Micro is one of the latest creations by Doc Dave.  Now availabe in Titanium! It is a genesis type rebuild-able atomizer, but is smaller in comparison to the Bliss and Steam Turbine. Made of stainless steel, it looks flush and sits beautifully on any 14500 mod.   The Mini Micro has dual stacked air holes, meaning there are stacked air holes on either side of the atty.

With the Mini Micro you can building your wick as a single, dual, U wick, single coil or dual coil. This allows for plenty of options and different approaches to perfecting your build. Perfecting your build will allow your atty to perform in the exact way you desire. The tanks are made of Pyrex glass.

The Mini Micro can store about .8 ml of liquid. Although small, don’t let the size of this atty determine your expectation of its performance.  It is both extremely appealing and can provide you with exactly what you want from an RBA!

Note: Price is for one Titanium Mini Micro RBA.  All of DocDave's atties have a small amount of VG residue left in them during manufacturing.  VG is used to aid in sliding the glass over the o-rings during assembly.  All products we sell are new and never used. 


TI MicroReview by Judicary
Product Rating
A small RBA that packs a mean punch. Using a dual coil setup, it is very easy to setup, and produces a warm vape. fits my TI Chi_Sleek perfectly. The draw is a very nice, but not as airy as I like with my Steam Turbine. For a mini RBA 10 stars. Using a .6 to a .8 ohm dual coil, and it works like a champ. (Posted on 12/15/13)

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