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Lost Vape UB Lite Pod Kit

Lost Vape have sent us the UB Lite Pod Kit to check out. We have high hopes for this one if their previous designs are anything to go by.

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Thank you to Lost Vape for sending the UB Lite Pod Kit for review. 

Key Features

  • 1000 mAh Battery
  • Open pod system compatible with the new UB Lite coils
  • Airflow slider for MTL to RDTL
  • Both auto draw or button activation
  • Maximum 30 watt output
  • Type C fast charging
  • 2ml capacity – side fill
  • Smart coil detection
  • Multiple protections
  • Available in 7 colours

Lost Vape UB Lite Pod Kit colours

In the box

Well Lost Vape were very generous and sent me two full kits along with some spare coils (2 x 0.4ohm, 2 x 0.8ohm and 2 x 1.4ohm). I appreciate this as it allows the reviewer to test all available coils more than once!

The kit contains all you need. It comes with two mesh coils a 0.4ohm (20-30W) and a 1.4ohm (8-10W), the manual, a charging cable and a nice little lanyard (if that’s your thing).

I had never tried anything by Lost Vape before so I was looking forward to getting stuck in.

Lost Vape UB Lite Pod Kit contents

The Device

First impressions, it’s a well-made pod/AIO kit. I chose to use the Tiffany Green kit for the review. The device is very light, weighing just 47.5g, and it’s a pretty standard size (115x20.6x19.8mm). Made from aluminium, it feels nice in the hand and has a kind of ribbed feel front. It has a power button which can be used to vape, but it also has the auto draw function which I am a fan of and it worked very well on this kit with all the coils. On the front you have with UB Lite detail, and there is an LED light just above the raised fire button. The light will change colour based on battery status using the normal three colour system. This LED light also comes into play depending on which coil you are using as it has smart coil detection. You can also lock the fire button by pressing it three times but you can still auto draw……NICE!

On the back you have the very effective airflow slider. You can see it states RDL to the left and MTL to the right. It’s easy to move using the slide function and it really does make a difference. Due to this airflow control, it suits any MTL/RDL user in my opinion, whether you prefer it loose or tight…. oooh err! (minds out of the gutter please).

On the base you have the Type C charging port and some battery ventilation. It charges super quick, in around thirty five minutes, and has a 1000mAh battery which lasted all day for me using the 1.4ohm and 0.8ohm coil.

Lost Vape UB Lite Pod Kit close-ups

The Pod

The mouthpiece is always important especially when it’s a fixed one. This is a duckbill type and I like it, the size and the hole are both perfect for this type of kit. You can see your liquid level even though the pod is slightly dark (you do need good lighting). It has a fill bung at the back which is indented so you can get your finger in and grip the silicone tab. The pod holds 2ml of liquid which is fine for the MTL coils. The pod only goes in one way, the magnets are strong and it all fits snug with no rattling. The coil also fits in one way as it has to aligned to the opening.

Lost Vape UB Lite Pods

In use

1.4ohm coil - used with nic salts, mainly the Pro Green by Nexus 5mg and Juice Head Strawberry Kiwi 10mg. After playing around with the airflow, I found that having it at line 3 from the MTL side worked perfect for me but as mentioned, you can go extremely tight or very loose. The airflow function works very well and will suit any MTL user. This coil lasted around 5-6 days with high daily use.

0.4ohm coil - I did try this out with some Prime Vapes Pink burst 70/30. It is a nice airy restricted direct lung vape with the airflow fully open, and you also get a warm MTL vape from this coil, again versatile. Auto draw not as consistent on the RDL airflow setting though.

0.8ohm coil – I tried with nic salts and some higher vg juice, again it works well for MTL or RDL, but of course it is tighter than the 0.4ohm fully open, but it still is a good restricted DL option and has a super MTL draw. I cannot give you a lifespan as I have not tested it as much as the 1.4ohm.

Top Positives

  • Quality, design and shape
  • Airflow slider is effective
  • Coil flavour and variety of resistance
  • 1000mAh battery
  • Pod mouthpiece is very ergonomic
  • Replacement coils
  • Ability to use auto draw whilst the device is locked

Niggles

  • 1.4 coil life span was around six days for me
  • I would prefer a better fill port, the silicone bung is always a pain but it is better than some I have used
  • Auto draw does not work as well with the RDL airflow – I had to use the button. It works from about the middle of the slider setting.

DeeDee’s Overall Score: 8/10

Quality and Design: 9 

Flavour: 8

Vapour: 8

Thank you again to Lost Vape for allowing me loose on this kit. I like it and can see this doing very well with anyone who likes a decent MTL or RDL style vape. It has great coil choice, is pocketable and really is an easy to use kit.

Lost Vape UB Lite Pod Kit closing out

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Diane Wagerfield

Reviewer at POTV
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In August 2019 I joined POTV & in Sept I bought a Caliburn and some nic salts & have not touched a cigarette since! I was smoking around 20 cigarettes a day for 26 years!! Mental! I honestly appreciate all the help and guidance from the POTV members, they made the switch so much easier!I am very much into MTL PODs & AIOs. Enjoy mingling with the members, helping others and having a good laugh!

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