Lost Mary BM600 Disposable Vapes
Supplied by VapeSourcing UK for review
£5.99 or cheaper with site coupons
What a bizarre name! Lost Mary?! Part of me thinks WTF? But the other part of me loves the randomness and the genius of it, I mean you cannot forget a name like this, I certainly didn’t!
I couldn’t resist a bit of Photoshop fun with it, but anyway, back on topic (Sorry I got ‘lost’), the BM600 is a disposable vape that features:
- 12 colour options
- 12 flavours
- Tank capacity: 2ml
- Battery capacity: 550mAh
- Size: 66 x 35 x 16mm
- Up to 600 puffs
The most notable thing is the size, it’s tiny! Here it is next to a £2 coin (with QEII, how we miss her), you can really hide this one in your grip and it is perfect for stealth vaping.
The Lost Mary BM600 comes in a simple cardboard box, inside is the device wrapped in a plastic/foil bag for hygiene.
It has an easy tear notch and is effortless to rip open. Once removed, there is a silicone bung in the mouthpiece and a sticky tab on the base which needs to be removed before use.
There’s a user guide, but if you need a one for a disposable then there’s little hope for you, open it, vape it, throw it away (responsibly).
First Impressions and Overview
As previously mentioned, the BM600 is remarkably small; 66 x 35 x 16mm, and since it’s all plastic, it only weighs 27g. It’s one of those vapes you can stash in the smallest of pockets, such as a coin pocket, and you barely notice it.
The colours are a bit childish if I’m honest, really bold and they stand out, but not something I want in a disposable. I want to hide my disgrace, but hey, I could be out of touch with younger audiences, and before you start; I don’t mean under 18’s, young adults etc.
Lost for Words
I do like the colour gradient though, and the way the base cap is different to the main body. The gradient wrap, or at least I thought it was a wrap, looks and feels like a satin printed paper, but on closer inspection I cannot find any seam. It does feel really nice and comfortable in your grip.
The only other thing worth a mention is the mouthpiece, I really like how small it is, perfect for MTL vapers and one of the smallest I have experienced in a pod.
Lost the Plot
There are twelve different flavours available but VapeSourcing either didn’t think I deserved more than three or perhaps they were thinking of the planet by sending me less to dispose of? I’m cool with throwing less away, but I did feel miffed at the time I had to take for the huge reward of 6ml of e-liquid.
Looking at the VapeSourcing website, there’s a ruck of flavours, certainly more than 12! Double in fact, 24 to choose from.
Lost & Found (Performance)
Since I was only sent three, I won’t be reviewing the flavours (not that I’m bitter?). The three I was sent all tasted superb, the vape quality was spot on also with a very smooth MTL draw and just the right amount of warmth. The vapour production was reasonable and it was pretty easy to be discreet.
So onto the ‘up to 600 Puffs’ claim, well it’s near impossible to verify. At the end of the day, it is 2ml of e-liquid. The main thing I look for is if the battery lasts up till the e-liquid runs out, and I think the BM600 is about right. Just as the saturation dropped, the battery LED flashed, this wasn’t a fluke either as it happened on all three (did I mention I only got three?).
Get Lost (Conclusion)
I’m not a disposables buyer, I swallow my principles to review them, but I can tell the wheat from the chaff and the Lost Mary BM600 is definitely wheat (hopefully Russia won’t bomb it). Sure I only tried three flavours, but they were different enough to give me an idea of the general quality. As much as I didn’t want to like these, I did and soon demolished them. Personally I upcycle the 550mAh battery in my electronics (cat laser toys etc.) so I didn’t feel the guilt that disposables usually give, I’m preaching again sorry. Bottom line; if you must use disposables then the Lost Mary BM600 is one of the best, and you won’t forget the name in a hurry.