Starter Kit Reviews

Lost Mary BM6000

Lost Mary up their game, and their juice capacity, with the new BM6000 kits, and Vape Club sent some over for us to try

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Vape Club have sent over five Lost Mary BM6000s for us to try out.

The Lost Mary BM6000 are rechargeable. disposable pod kits that hold 10ml of 20mg nic salt juice and give you up to 6000 puffs before the juice runs out. They’re inhale activated, and there’s a small screen on the front to let you know how much battery power is left. It’s shown in percentages, so you don’t have to guess how long you have left with 1 bar showing. The coil in the device is a 1.1ohm coil and this gives a good MTL draw.

Lost Mary are one of the main brands I see in the paper shop along the road from me. They’re another of the brands that I’ve always wondered about but have never bothered to buy 'cause I’m not into that stuff. But I am kind of into that stuff now, thanks to my evil overlords at POTV. They’ve seduced me with sweet, sweet flavours and cold, icy draws…cold like their dead hearts. I am kidding of course, they’re seriously lovely people who do a lot for the UK (and beyond) vaping community. I wouldn’t be reviewing these types of devices if I wasn’t interested in all things vaping, whether rebuildable, stock coil, or disposable, and now that I’m used to more sweetened juices, I can discern better if the actual flavours are decent or not.

Anyway, onto the actual review!

As I mentioned, there is 10ml of juice included in the pack. It comes in the form of a little bottle that you screw the top off and click into the bottom of the device once you’ve removed the rubber stopper that’s there to keep things clean before you pop the juice bottle in. How it all gets to the coil is a mystery to me, there’s no indication of how the magic happens as everything is enclosed, there’s no sight of a coil or tank, but you can keep track of how much juice is left is because the bottle is translucent, and you can see how much juice is left in there at any time.

The design is pretty much the same as their usual disposables, albeit a little bigger, and there’s now a battery indicator screen and USB Type-C slot on the device for the battery. There’s also the juice bottle added of course, and the mouthpiece has moved to the middle, so it’s not really like their usual design at all. I do have one bone to pick with the overall design. The bottom is curved so much that you can’t stand it upright and must put the pod on its back when not in use or in your pocket/bag. It’s not an issue, but does warrant mentioning.

The draw is a nice, medium tight MTL, and the autodraw works perfectly. There’s a small airflow hole above the juice level that you could carefully partially obscure to get a slightly tighter draw if that’s what you’re after.

I was sent five flavours to try out. They are your typical strong disposable flavours, all with added sweetener and ice additives in them, so if that’s your jam then you’ll be happy.


Cola Lost Mary BM6000 vape kit captures the taste of the iconic beverage. The distinct sugary flavour of cola delivers fizzy notes with each puff of this soda-inspired blend”

It is a distinct cola flavour. The sweetener is in overdrive here, as it should be with a soft drink based vape juice. It’s personally too sweet for me but the wife likens it to ‘full fat’ coke rather than the diet versions. I don’t get a lot of fizz myself, but it is there, and the ice additive gives it a nice blast of cold to temper the sweetness.


Grape Lost Mary BM6000 vape kit delivers a bold, yet straightforward fruit flavour. The sweet taste of grape runs throughout this juicy-tasting blend from start to finish”

I don’t honestly think this is quite a straightforward fruit flavour. There’s a depth in it that belies the simple tag they’ve put on it. It’s very sweet and it does have the dark, almost winey grape flavour that so many grape juices have, but there’s also an uplifting grapey freshness there that so many others don’t capture, perhaps that’s due to the ice though. This is all my own opinion as a person who isn’t a big fan of grape flavours. It’s decent, and the wife loves it so much she’s nearly finished the whole thing already.

Blueberry Sour Raspberry

“The Blueberry Sour Raspberry Lost Mary BM6000 vape kit combines sweet blueberry with sharp raspberry to create a balanced vape”

It’s not balanced to my tastebuds. The raspberry is much more present than the blueberry, and it’s an absolutely fantastic raspberry flavour. The blueberry is there in the background, adding its sweet mustiness, but it is overshadowed by the sweet tangy raspberry. I think this may be the best bar salt style juice I’ve tried so far, it’s lovely and I’m at the stage where I’m using the kit as my second device right now when I fancy a hit of sugariness.

Triple Mango

Triple Mango Lost Mary BM6000 vape kit delivers tropical notes from inhale to exhale. Ripe mango provides a sweet and juicy fruit flavour with each puff”

What a surprise! This one is very sweet again, but that works very well with the mango. There’s no floral or perfume in this flavour like you get with some mangos, and it’s a nice, sweet, tropical vape with a lingering aftertaste. I quite like this one, but the sweetness does linger for a while.


Menthol Lost Mary BM6000 vape kit is ideal if you prefer cool blends. Sweet menthol notes provide a frosty flavour from start to finish”

After all the sweet fruits, this menthol is a nice change of pace. You get a proper coolness on the lips as an after effect with it, and the flavour itself is a nice cool menthol with a sweetness that isn’t overly invasive. 


Yes, the Lost Mary flavours are all very sweet with a heavy hit of ice in them, as most of the popular disposables are, but the flavours underneath are very well done. I can see why they’re popular with people. They may be a touch sweet for me personally, but I am really enjoying the Blueberry Sour Raspberry for the odd hit as it just tastes so nice, despite the sweetener that I’ve been so dismissive of in the past.

The device itself works well, and I’ve had no issues with the autodraw, and I like that you can easily see the juice level. It’s good that there are options for people to get more out of their disposables now as the illegal market is a worrying trend. 

Vape Club have a variety of the Lost Mary B6000 pod kits at £12.99 per kit. Thank you again to them for sending them over to try out.

  • Easy to use and set up
  • More juice for your money
  • Avoidance of the illegal market
  • Strong, sweet, and cold flavours
  • Can see the battery and juice levels easily
  • A bit too sweet for me personally
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Stephen Gitsham

Reviewer at POTV
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I was a very militant smoker for many years…why would I stop doing the only thing I had left that I liked doing?  Then I fell into vaping in 2017.  My wife bought a cheap kit off from Amazon that stopped working and I took it to a local vape shop to see what they could do with it.  An hour later and full of new knowledge about watts, ohms, and juice strength, I headed home with a new nautilus mini tank for her and raved to her about the helpful guy in the shop. I must have bored her with all my new found information.  I tried her vape that night, and a week later bought my own kit. Then I found POTV and the amazingly helpful and generous people on it. A month later I was making my own (disgusting) vape juice, and a month after that I was winding coils for my new RDA.  Six years on and I'm much better at making juice, and I now have no money but lots of shiny mods and tanks

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