Ladies and Gentlemen Vapers and Vapers! I am pleased to welcome you to another review courtesy of Sourcemore. Today I present to you the latest ultra-lightweight child of the valued company Lost Vape, namely the Lost Vape Ursa Nano Pro Pod Kit!
I invite you to read it briefly.
Let's start calmly, with the package and its contents. Standard packaging does not differ from what we all know. The contents are also standard, a short USB-C cable for charging, a lanyard with an elastic band to wear under the jacket for business meetings, some waste paper and two cartridges. I will stop here for a moment, because it is interesting that one of them is a cartridge with a built-in heater and after its use, the whole thing ends up in the trash. The second cartridge is for replaceable UB Mini coils, we get one in the set, 0.8 ohm.
Appearance and build quality. I have nothing to complain about Lost Vape. Compared to the competition, LV always tries to be perceived as a premium brand, although as you know, after perturbations and brand renewal, their products are not what they used to be. Maybe it's just my subjective observation, but I still think that the older devices were more luxurious. Coming back to the topic, the Pod is made with due care. Beautiful, matte colors cover the aluminum housing, the button and airflow control are pleasantly smooth and noiseless. The magnet holding the cartridge is strong and there is no accidental removal, as in the case of the Popreel I reviewed earlier. The usb socket is hidden in a slight recess, which is probably intended to protect the charging port. To sum up,
General use. The pod is very light. In addition, it is comfortable to hold in the paw, the button, screen and airflow adjustment and its inlet are located in such places that there is no question of accidentally pressing anything. I will add that the button can be blocked and then we only use the auto draw system. The button is useful not only as a fire, but we can also adjust the power in the range of 5-25 W with it. Relax, it's not a flashlight, just a light backlight.
Vaping itself is very enjoyable. Airflow is insanely quiet, it has two positions. MTL and rDTL. Interestingly, this is the first Pod I've come across that is tight in MTL mode. Maybe not like the classic Berserker or Taifun vaporizers, but for me, tight enough for me to accept! So far, most of my pods have fallen off because of the loose draft, and this one is really cool. It is pleasant to vape on it, the taste from the coil is sensational, it can easily compete with the masters in this field. It perfectly reflects the full spectrum of my home brews for MTL.
Okay, you need to come down a bit. There is one flaw in this device that I personally cannot swallow. Battery. The manufacturer boasts of 900 mAh, but with my use I had to charge pods 3-4 times a day. Maybe it's because I choked on it and it was still sitting in my hand, but it's still a disadvantage of small pods. The saving grace in this matter is that it can be used while charging. Unfortunately, I do not recommend lowering the power. Although you can safely vape after reducing the recommended heater power from 16 W to, for example, 8-10 W, it causes a drastic decrease in the taste of the liquid. The lower the power, the less flavor.
Time for a summary. Personally, I think that it is difficult to please seasoned gourmets and lovers of large, adjustable devices when trying to switch to such a pod. Each device has some advantages and disadvantages. Nevertheless, if I had to choose from all the compact pods that I have had the pleasure of using so far, I will swallow a spoonful of tar, pack the charger with me and choose the Ursa. A really great device, light, not dripping, well-fitting in the hand and, above all, reflecting the taste well. Thanks to Ursa, I am slowly getting used to pods. A strong 9/10 in my opinion.