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HorizonTech Micco N16000 Disposables Review

Micco N16000

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3.0

Average

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The bottom line

When I consider all the aspects of the Micco N16000, it’s clear that it’s a solid disposable vape. There are lots of pros and few cons. The flavors are great and you get 16000 puffs out of each device. However, the lack of power when the battery gets below half is frustrating and hampers the overall experience. 

It’s a shame because the flavors and adjustability give the Micco N16000 a lot of potential to be a really great disposable. The glow display is also neat but completely unnecessary as it does seem to drain the battery quite a bit.

With all of that being said, I did enjoy using the Micco N16000 despite the small issues that it has. I particularly like the dual alternating mesh coils as they seem to make a noticeable difference to the strength of the draw, satisfaction from each puff, and overall longevity of the device.

HorizonTech is most well-known for their subohm tanks like the Falcon Legend, Sakerz Master, and Aquila. However, recently HorizonTech has been adding disposable vapes to their list of offerings, most of which have been under their “Binaries” series. These include the Binaries SE6000, Binaries TH6000, and Binaries SV15000.

Today I’m reviewing yet another HorizonTech disposable but this time it’s not a “Binaries” device. Instead, it’s from HorizonTech’s new “Micco” series and I’m reviewing the N16000 model.

The Micco N16000 offers 16000 puffs per device and features alternating dual mesh coils. It has adjustable wattage from 10-20W, adjustable airflow, and can be recharged with Type-C charging. It also has a large decorative glow display as well as a small digital display screen to keep track of your battery and ejuice levels.

  • Size: 101mm x 42mm x 25mm
  • Weight: 72g
  • Filled with 20ml of nicotine salt ejuice
  • 650mAh Rechargeable battery
  • 50mg/ml nicotine strength
  • Up to 16000 puffs
  • 0.8Ω Alternating Dual Mesh Coils
  • RDL to MTL draw
  • 15 Flavors
  • Type-C Charging

Design & Build Quality

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The Micco N16000 is a pretty cool looking disposable. It has this ‘spaceship’ look and even appears a little futuristic and ‘alien’. Most of this vibe comes down to the large glow display on the front of each device.

The glow display takes up the entire front of the device and lights up with a unique symbol for each flavor. All of the symbols look very alien and aren’t easily recognizable as anything specific. It’s a cool feature but perhaps it can be best described as a gimmick.

The glow display can be turned off to save battery life (it’s pretty bright) by pressing both adjustment buttons. Turning off the display also makes the Micco N16000 a bit sleeker and less eye-catching.

The display has a plastic cover that, unfortunately, gets scratched very easily. There are scuffs and scratch marks on all of my devices, likely as a result of putting them in my pockets with keys and other devices.

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Aside from the screen, the rounded rectangular body with rounded sides and corners is attractive and nice to hold. Each device is made of plastic and is a gradient of colors that changes from light at the top to dark near the bottom. The paint quality is excellent and I have not experienced any fading or chipping at all. The back of the N16000 features a textured pattern of dots and has the device name, flavor, and nicotine percentage.

For a disposable vape, the N16000 is a bit tall but it’s a reasonable size for a 16000 puff device. Measurements are 101mm tall, 42mm wide and 25mm deep. Each one weighs 80g. Not the smallest or lightest disposable but also not the heaviest for housing a 650mAh rechargeable battery and 20ml of ejuice.


Features

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The Micco N16000 offers a few more features than your average disposable vape, with the most obvious one being the large glow display that I mentioned earlier. The alien hieroglyphic symbols are cryptic but kind of cool. I personally chose to turn the display off (by holding both adjustment buttons) in order to save battery life and to keep things discreet.

Directly under the glow display is a smaller display that shows your wattage output, battery life, and ejuice level. The wattage output and battery life are displayed as numbers, while the ejuice indicator is displayed as a droplet icon with three sections.

When you inhale on the device it displays your battery level (indicated by the lightning bolt symbol next to the number). When you press either of the adjustment buttons, it will first display your wattage output level followed by the battery level.

The wattage can be adjusted from 10-20W. Adjusting the wattage is easily done by pressing either of the adjustment buttons that are next to the small display. I personally found that they performed best at 17-19W but your experience may differ.

In addition to the adjustable wattage, there’s also an adjustable airflow switch on the bottom. Wide open the airflow delivers a restricted direct lung draw, while closed off it’s a tight MTL draw. Leaving the airflow a little bit open was the most pleasant for me to deliver a warm MTL vape.

Similar to HorizonTech’s Binaries SV15000, the Micco N16000 houses dual alternating mesh coils. What this means is that the N16000 will switch between both 0.8Ω coils while vaping, which is supposed to provide better flavor and longevity of the device. Because the N16000 is meant to provide 16000 puffs, this alternating dual coil setup is almost necessary to ensure that the coils last long enough to reach the advertised puff count.

There’s a 650mAh rechargeable battery inside of each device which recharges with Type-C charging. 


Flavors

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At launch there are fifteen flavors available for the Micco N16000. These include favorites like Blue Razz and they are mostly fruit and fruit mix flavors. There are two mint flavors but no tobacco options. A bunch of the flavors are shared with the Binaries SV15000 but there are some new ones as well. The full list of available flavors is as follows:

  • Blue Razz
  • Blue Slurpee
  • Cherry Peach
  • Cool Mint
  • Cotton Candy
  • Frozen Raspberry Lemonade
  • Gum Mint
  • Lemon Lime
  • Peach Ice
  • Sour Apple Ice
  • Strawberry banana
  • Strawberry Kiwi
  • Triple Berries
  • Watermelon Bubblegum
  • Watermelon Ice

I’m going to describe how five of these flavors taste to me and what I think of them. However, keep in mind that just because I like a flavor that does not mean that you will like it. Similarly, if I don’t like a flavor this does not mean that you will not like it. This is solely my subjective opinion.

Cherry Peach

This is one of my favorite flavors for the Micco N16000. The cherry and peach flavors work so well together and bring a unique, sweet taste. The cherry is much stronger than the peach, but you can taste both nearer to the exhale. The flavor is more on the artificial side and not very natural but that didn’t detract from the flavor for me.

Peach Ice

Unlike the last flavor, the peach in this flavor is the star of the show. This time it’s a natural taste but subtle and not overwhelming. The ice here is medium in strength and nicely complements the flavor as a whole. This is about a 6/10 on the ‘sweet scale’ and perfect for vapers who want a bit of sweetness in their all-day-vape.

Sour Apple

Like Peach Ice, Sour Apple isn’t so strong that it’s going to make you sick with the sweetness and I like this. It’s a bit tart and candied but overall very enjoyable and tasty. This flavor is neck and neck with Cherry Peach for my favorite Micco N16000 flavor and with good reason. I can vape on this flavor all day without getting tired of it; it’s just really good.

Lemon Lime

Lemon Lime is a flavor that I don’t see enough of and HorizonTech did a good job with their interpretation of it. The lemon and lime flavors mix together the entire time throughout the inhale and exhale, allowing you to taste each one the whole way. As with the actual fruits, this flavor isn’t too sweet and brings a bit of sourness as well. While this isn’t a flavor I would vape consistently, it was nice to pick up for a few puffs every now and again.

Blue Slurpee 

This tastes just like a blue razz flavor to me, only a little sweeter. As the name says, it tastes like a corner store slushie. If you like blue razz flavors then you’ll probably like this flavor, although it’s not as tangy or punchy. This is the sweetest flavor of the ones that I tried and also one of the best. 


How do they vape?

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When the Micco N16000 is above ~35% battery, it’s a really good vape. However, here’s where I faced some issues. The battery doesn’t seem to last very long at 17W+, only netting me about a day of use. To add to this, the draw gets very weak below 35% battery and so I ended up having to take longer draws to compensate or recharge prematurely.

Aside from this issue, I really liked the other performance aspects of the N16000. The ability to adjust the wattage, in combination with the adjustable airflow, makes it possible to tweak the draw to just how you want. For me, I liked the wattage at 17-19W and the airflow nearly closed.

The ability to RDL with these is a more niche application but it’s possible to do so. I find the 50mg/ml nicotine strength to be a bit much for restricted direct lung use so I really only vaped with the airflow set for MTL. However, if you’re an RDL vaper then the possibility is there.

Flavor from the dual alternating mesh coils is just, wow. There’s a lot of warmth, a good depth of flavor, and an overall very satisfying draw from the 50mg/ml nicotine salt ejuice inside. 

Additionally, even though the battery seems to die pretty quick, the overall longevity of the devices seem good when considering the puff count. I’ve been able to discharge and recharge my Sour Apple device numerous times and the ejuice indicator is still reading at two-thirds full.


Verdict

When I consider all the aspects of the Micco N16000, it’s clear that it’s a solid disposable vape. There are lots of pros and few cons. The flavors are great and you get 16000 puffs out of each device. However, the lack of power when the battery gets below half is frustrating and hampers the overall experience. 

It’s a shame because the flavors and adjustability give the Micco N16000 a lot of potential to be a really great disposable. The glow display is also neat but completely unnecessary as it does seem to drain the battery quite a bit.

With all of that being said, I did enjoy using the Micco N16000 despite the small issues that it has. I particularly like the dual alternating mesh coils as they seem to make a noticeable difference to the strength of the draw, satisfaction from each puff, and overall longevity of the device.

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Adam Alhiraki

Adam is the founder and Editor-In-Chief of Versed Vaper. Originally a smoker, he started vaping in 2013 and has been completely smoke-free since 2015. With over a decade of personal experience and more than five years of professional experience in testing and reviewing vaping products, his oversight ensures that Versed Vaper provides genuine, honest, and accurate information that you can rely on. Adam loves trying as many different tanks, mods, and ejuices as he can get his hands on and he has tested and/or tried the vast majority of vaping products to hit the market since 2018. When he's not reviewing, researching, or writing, you can find him watching tennis, PC gaming, or playing with his three mischievous cats.

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