We have been testing out the Dray vaporizer for dry herbs by Mig Vapor for the last couple of weeks. In this post, I share our experience, so if you are considering getting one, you know what to expect.
The Design of the Dray Vaporizer
The Dray vaporizer kit is packed in a small and nicely designed box.
The slim design also makes it easy to chuck the Dray into your pocket and keep it discreet if you are in an environment where vaping herbs is frowned upon.
The 3 red buttons on the side are your power button and temperature up and down buttons.
The magnetic mouthpiece flips on and off easily, making it super easy to access your ceramic herb chamber.
It tends to get very hot as you are progressing with your sessions, so the supplied silicon cover does come handy.
The baking chamber holds about .25 gram of dry herbs and it is enclosed by a stainless steel screen on the bottom and top, as you can see below.
The micro USB charging port is on the bottom of the device and the screen displays the text “Charging” while you have it on the charger.
What’s in the Box of the Dray Vaporizer
The Dray vaporizer kit includes everything you need to get started with vaping.
In the box, you’ll find:
- Dray vaporizer unit
- USB charging cable
- Packing and cleaning tool
- Tweezers for lading herbs into the baking chamber
- Cleaning brush
- Replacement stainless steel screens for the chamber and mouthpiece
- Silicon mouthpiece cover
- A bunch of cotton swabs
- User’s manual
- A warning message to make sure you don’t poke the bottom screen in the chamber with any sharp objects
How to Use the Dray Vaporizer by Mig Vapor
First up it is recommended to burn the vaporizer chamber off by turning it on and setting it up to the max temperature for a full session.
Using the Dray is very simple and you should be up and running in no time.
Simply take off the magnetic mouthpiece to expose the chamber. Then load some ground herbs into the heating chamber, making sure you don’t pack it too tight.
After your chamber is packed, you can put the mouthpiece back on and you are ready to turn on the device.
To do that, press and hold the power button for 3 seconds. Text saying “Mig Vapor Dray” will display for a couple of seconds when the device is turned on.
At this point, you can set your temperature between 385°F and 430°F (185°C and 230°C) and press the power button 3 times in a sequence to activate the heating element. You can also change the temperature up and down by the degree at any time while the device is operating.
If you’d like to change from Farneheight to Celsius, simply press and hold the temperature up and down buttons at the same time. After a couple of seconds, you’ll see the device changing over to Celsius.
The display shows a built up of orange bars as the chamber is heating up as well as the actual temperature.
Once the vaporizer reaches the set temperature it will display the text “Ready” and will also vibrate to let you know.
At this stage, you can start drawing on the vaporizer and enjoy vaping.
I suggest starting at a lower temperature and increasing it as you are progressing through your sessions.
The Dray vaporizer auto-shuts off after 3 minutes so you will need to turn it back on if you’d like to keep on vaping.
The metal magnetic mouthpiece will get very hot, so you’ll almost certainly need to put on the silicone mouthpiece cover.
The Dray vaporizer performed well and it is a good entry level vaporizer. It is very simple to use and the design is quite discreet and functional.
The colored digital display is user-friendly and easy to understand. The slim body makes it fit into your hand very well and it looks great all around.
The 3 minutes session time is on the lower end, however, you can obviously turn the device back on very quickly and easily.
The Dray vaporizer produces lower amounts of visible vapor than higher-end devices, however, it surely gets the job done.
Overall, it is a good value entry level herbal vaporizer that is unlikely to disappoint.