Hello and welcome to our review of the Orion Bar 7500 disposable vaporizer from renowned vaporizer producer Lost Vapes.
Since I hadn't previously reviewed a Lost Vapes product, I was eager to get my hands on the Orion Bar 7500, the "big daddy" of the disposable vape range. The disposable Orion Bar product line from Lost Vapes, which has a stellar reputation in the vaping world, already appears to be sweeping the vaping market.
The Orion Bar 7500 has the largest e-juice capacity we've ever seen in a rechargeable disposable vape, at an incredible 18ml! It has a 650 mAh inbuilt rechargeable battery and is available in 15 different delectable tastes.
The packaging for the vape is intricately designed and color-coded to match the flavor of the bar within. There are several cautions as well as a heap of helpful information. A picture of the vape, a sizable nicotine warning, and the flavor's name are all shown on the front.
Listings for the puff capacity, available e-juice, and nicotine strength may be seen on each side of the box.
A list of the parts and further warnings are located on the back of the box. Additionally, a helpful QR code can be used to confirm the legitimacy of a freshly bought Orion Bar.
The PG/VG ratio of the e-juice was the only thing I thought was lacking. Although it is technically not necessary, it is quite helpful for vapers who are sensitive to PG.
Throughout my testing, I was genuinely impressed by the vape’s looks and design. When you open the package, the first thing you notice is how very little it is. The compact size is amazing considering that it's intended to be a rechargeable, multi-day device!
The vape is a relatively compact box mod, measuring only 84mm in height, 48mm in width, and 25mm in depth. Holding it reminded me of holding a Zippo lighter because of its size, which makes it easy to slip into a pocket.
The item is more easily portable overall thanks to its low weight of roughly 70g, which nearly disappears in your pocket.
In fact, without feeling heavy or unpleasant, I frequently carried two or three Orion Bar disposables.
Also, keep in mind that the vape has a 650 mAh rechargeable battery and an astounding 18 ml e-liquid capacity. It's amazing how the Lost Vapes design team managed to cram all of this into such a small space.
The vape is without a doubt one of the disposables that I've enjoyed using the most in terms of size, but it also has the largest capacity for e-liquid of any disposable that I've reviewed in the past year.
Additionally, using the vape bar to vape is really straightforward. An auto-draw gadget has no controls at all; to turn the coil on, just draw on the mouthpiece. The auto-draw worked perfectly on all three vape bars I tested.
The overall splendor also captured my attention greatly. The vape has a polycarbonate exterior that is translucent, making the interior entirely visible.
For better grip, the polycarbonate shell also has raised or grooved edges. The low weight and grooved sides of the vape make it incredibly comfortable to hold.
Some individuals might be worried that the vape will feel cheap and flimsy due to its small size and polycarbonate body. Rest assured, though, that it feels remarkably sturdy and long-lasting.
I had the misfortune of dropping all three of the vape bars’ I received at some point or another because of my clumsiness. However, none of the three disposables showed any physical harm or, even worse, performed any worse as a result.
The integrated mouthpiece is elevated 18 mm above the rest of the body on top of the bar disposable. The mouthpiece is oval in shape and has a smaller aperture near the top. Again, this adds to the comfort of vaping on the vape and enhances the variety of draw techniques you can use.
The logo and style of the vape are also fairly vivid and striking without being intrusive or overwhelming. The 'Orion Bar' logo is prominently displayed on both sides of the internal battery, and the e-juice well is embellished with quirky, retro iconography that changes depending on the range's 44 flavors.
I'm pleased to announce that the vape is operating more effectively. What I found most impressive about this throwaway was how long you could smoke on it.
Lost Vape Orion Bar generates about 7,500 puffs, as its name suggests. I simply multiplied the total amount of puffs I took over a single 24-hour period of vaping by the number of days the device lasted me, just for the record.
I smoke frequently and continuously throughout the day. Even when it's not in my hand, which happens occasionally, I can still use my vape. Despite this, the vapes’ I tested had a remarkable 11-day lifespan!
The device's internal 650 mAh battery also performs well and provides just over 2 full days of vaping before it needs to be recharged. This implies that if you use the vape for a day or even a weekend, you won't have to worry about the battery dying.
When the battery does ultimately run out of juice, the LED on the bottom of the device flashes 10 times swiftly in succession. After plugging in a USB-C connection, the LED continues to glow constantly until the battery is fully charged. Overall, this process takes roughly an hour.
With only a very slight sour undertone on the exhale, the Blueberry Raspberry is brimming with fruity notes and on the sweeter side.
I believe they've successfully combined these two fruits in an optimal way! The fruits are wonderfully complemented with a very light undertone of frost on the inhale.
I'm not normally the biggest fan of icy, cold flavors on their own. They're great for resetting the tongue of a vaper, but in my opinion, they rapidly become too intrusive.
We hope you are now clear about the Lost Vape Orion Bar Vape.
You have to be old enough to smoke in your state or country.
The lost vape Orion bar has a really great and distinguished flavor range. To be precise, in total, it has 44 exotic range of flavors.
To improve the flavor experience, we will continue to use distinctive materials and carry out targeted flavor development in response to client requests in various places.