This week we start with interesting new products from the current giants of the ES industry. As a warm-up, the smart pod system from Lost Vape, which has decided to “port” its flagship line to the budget segment, is offered. We are talking about the Centaurus series of devices, this time with an intelligent child – centaurus q80.
Dimensions: 90.5 x 40 x 28.4mm
Weight: 115g Body
material: zinc alloy + stainless steel + eco leather
Power supply: 1 x 18650
Chipset: Quest 2.0
Cartridge capacity: 5.5ml Vaporizer
resistance: UB Ultra coils
Power: 5 – 80W
Voltage range: 0.8 – 4.0V
Operating mode: VW
Supported resistance: 0.15 – 5.0Ω
In my opinion, the Lost Vape device is built in the corporate style of the series. It is an angular box with a distinctive brick profile. Unlike the fabled flagship, however, it has more sloping edges and no right angles at all.
This fact, combined with the very modest size and relatively low weight, clearly favors ergonomics. By the way, about the latter – the manufacturer may have been dishonest, or declared the height of the set without taking into account the cartridges – the result is very small.
Several materials are used for the trim at the same time – this is the ubiquitous eco-leather and trim panels. Overall, as with the brand, the novelty look is strict, save for the fact that the “variegated” colors are designed to tone down a bit.
The novelty is the very spacious removable cartridge that is underfilled. The drip may also be removable, in which case the landing is expected to be the 810th.
The Quest 2.0 chipset is again responsible for managing the ub ultra pod cartridge. However, perhaps this time its functionality has been slashed to a minimum.
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