The Lost Vape Orion Q-ULTRA 40W Pod System is the latest AIO device released in 2020 from the hugely popular Quest line. This new model introduces some welcomed hardware changes that include a much larger battery, double the power output, and up to 4ml eliquid capacity. If you enjoyed or missed out on the previous Orion Q-PRO, I’d highly recommend reading this detailed and very honest review.
Lost Vape is a well-known vape manufacturer that specializes in developing pod based devices. They established themselves in 2014, but only recently became renowned in 2018 thanks to the original Orion DNA GO. Lost Vape currently boasts two fantastic lines that include the Quest and DNA. Their dedication to continuous improvement really shines through in the Orion Q-ULTRA. To find out why by reading the below remarks.
The Lost Vape Orion Q-ULTRA 40W Pod System is much larger than previous renditions, measuring 105mm’s by 43.2mm’s by 16.5mm’s. This is because Lost Vape has incorporated a massive 1600mAh battery within the main chassis. Compare that to the last Orion device that only featured a 950mAh battery. As a result, you can easily get a few days or so worth of charge out of the Q-ULTRA.
The power output is also much higher. Its new range is between 5 and 40 watts! That’s more than enough to appease most MTL and DTL vapers. Lost Vape released a bunch of new press-fit coil heads for the Q-ULTRA. This includes a 0.3, 0.6, and 1.0ohm. I personally enjoyed the lower ohm coil. It delivered fantastic true to taste flavor and decent clouds. The airflow is also fully adjustable via a ring that sits under the 510 drip trip.
The zinc alloy construction and stabwood styled panels have been swapped out for aluminum alloy and textured plastic. While it doesn’t feel or look as nice anymore, it’s much more durable and lightweight. Overall I think this was a smart move to extend the longevity and accessibility of the device. On the front face are a cartridge release, decent sized 0.69″ inch OLED screen, fire button, and adjustment buttons.
I did notice a few problems with the current firmware. To turn the device on or off, you have to click the fire button at a specific medium pace. Too quick or slow and it won’t register. The auto wattage detection was also a bit off. It would always adjust the watts after I turned the device off, then on again. I’m sure though this will be fixed in future updates. You can use your ultra-quick Type-C USB port to access the latest version.
The Lost Vape Orion Q-ULTRA 40W Pod System is currently available for pre-order. The best price I could find online was $39.90 USD from Vapesourcing. I think that’s a bit expensive for a pod device, but you can make it a bit cheaper by using our exclusive 12% off coupon code ‘WWM12’ at checkout. I’d happily recommend buying the Q-ULTRA because of the overall quality and performance of the device. You can also opt-in for an RBA base.
The Lost Vape Orion Q-ULTRA 40W Pod System is currently available in a variety of colors and textures. This includes carbon fiber black, nebula purple, marble white, leather black, linen grey, and also exotic fantasy. I was really impressed by the unique panel options, though still prefer the old ones. The packaging is modern and presents well. Inside you’ll find a Q-ULTRA battery, cartridge, 2 x coils, charging cable, and also a user manual.
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