Lost Vape has brought out some decent kits. We’ve enjoyed the Lyra, Paranormal and now the Orion DNA pod. In this Orion vape review, we are going to look at the pros and cons of the kit to help you decide if it is the right pod system for you.
Personally, we love the design of the Orion DNA pod, which is why it is the top of the list on our Orion vape review. It is just 93mm and 37mm wide. It is box-shaped on a small scale.
The DNA Orion pods add to the design, they almost look like a whole tank. However, this does make them a little pricer than other pod kits due to the extra material used. Each pod holds 2ml of e-liquid to comply with regulations.
The Orion vape pod has a 950mAh battery, which should last around 450 puffs before you need to charge it. There is a light system that indicates battery life, which is pretty smart.
You charge the kit via a micro USB. However, you cannot vape and charge at the same time, there is no passthrough. This means that you will need to be organized when you charge your vape.
The filling system is a real pro. It has a nice easy fill up with a rubber seal to keep it watertight. Not only that, but it also has a wide-open neck to fill the pod easily.
You will be best off using high PG e-liquids, nic salts or CBD e-liquid in this device. It is not suited for those high VG sub-ohm juices. The coil in this kit is 1ohm, which is a good cross between sub-ohm and MTL.
The airflow on the Orion vape DNA is adjustable. This allows you to tighten or loosen the draw as you see fit.
If you’d like to learn more about this kit and see how it compares to the SMOK Nord, check out our head to head video.