Following on from the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K, we have another range of Lost Vape disposables to have a look at – the Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K range!

lightrise tb 18k flavours

***Before I start this review, I need to make you aware that this product is not available in the UK or other TPD regulated countries. The Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K range will only be available in non-TPD markets such as North America.***

Lost Vape have grown into a very popular vaping manufacturer over the years. They have diversified into pod systems such as the Lost Vape Orion Mini as well as AIO systems like the Lost Vape Centaurus B60 & B80.

They have their own Orion Bar range of disposables, we have previously reviewed a couple of these. The Orion Bar 10000 and OB5500 for example, as well as the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K range.

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What Can We Expect From The Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K Disposable Vapes?

Much like the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K range we previously reviewed, these are ‘big puff’ disposable vapes. They hold a massive 18ml worth of 50mg nicotine salt based e-liquid and can offer up to 18,000 puffs from each device!

lightrise tb 18k puffs

You have an attractive ‘one-touch’ colour screen. This enables you to check the battery and e-liquid levels, as well as the ability to switch between three different power outputs simply by tapping the touch button.

lightrise tb 18k screen features

Power output modes are Regular (3V), Boost (3.2V) and Turbo (3.4V) – the output increases will give stronger flavour and vapour. Each mode respectively offering in the region of 18,000/12,000/6,000 puffs depending on which one you prefer.

Cranking one of these up to Turbo mode is designed to give you maximum throat hit and big clouds of vapour!

lightrise tb 18k features

These also pack a 700mAh rechargeable battery, with USB-C charging supported.

Airflow can be adjusted using the slider offering Mouth To Lung (MTL) and Restricted Direct to Lung (RDL) vaping options. We tell you what these terms mean in our Guide To Vape Styles.

lightrise tb 18k airflow

15 different fruity flavours are available in the Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K disposable vape range and we’ve been kindly sent a selection of six of these to try out.

No flavour descriptions were available on the manufacturer’s website so you will just have to take my word for it!

As with any e-liquid flavour, your experiences may differ and as always, all views are my own.

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Many thanks to Lost Vape for sending in the Lightrise TB 18K disposable vapes for review!

Kit Contents

  • Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K disposable vape
  • Flavours Menu card

lightrise tb 18k package

Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K Specifications

  • Up to 18,000 puffs
  • Pre-filled with 18ml of e-liquid
  • 50mg nicotine salt strength
  • Draw activated
  • 3V Regular, 3.2V Boost and 3.4V Turbo power output modes
  • Adjustable airflow
  • Mouth to Lung and Restricted Direct to Lung vaping options
  • Full colour screen with touch button
  • 15 different flavours
  • 700mAh rechargeable battery
  • USB-C charging

Design and Build Quality

First impressions are that these are some really smart looking little disposable vapes. Definitely a clear distinction between these and your everyday throwaway disposable vape bars!

lost vape lightrise tb 18k in hand

These have a plastic construction but come in a range of shiny, attractive metallic finishes. Each finish differing depending on which one of the 15 flavours you opt to pick up.

A feature that really makes these stand apart from other disposables on the market is the large touch screen. It is even bigger than the one found on the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K range! This screen spans the whole side of the device near enough!

boost lightrise tb 18k

Information such as the current power setting as well as the battery and e-liquid level can be found here and with some colour too! There’s a fingerprint shaped touch button at the top which is used to switch between the three available power output settings.

At the base of the device is the airflow adjustment slider as well as the USB-C charging port.

Quick Start Guide

These are good to go right out of the box. They feature an auto draw system so you simply remove the stickers and the silicone plug in the mouthpiece and you can puff away!

Four out of the six I received for review had 99% battery already when I took them out and were set to the Boost (3.2V, setting 2 on the screen) power setting. The other two had 88% and 90% battery respectively, meaning none of them needed an initial charge.

So a great option if you are in a bind and need to pick up a vape quickly whilst out and about!

Power Output Adjustment / Lock

Power output is changed by tapping the touch button and this will switch between the 1,2 and 3 icons. Setting 1 is the regular 3V power output mode, setting 2 is 3.2V boost mode and setting 3 is the 3.4V turbo mode.

lightrise tb 18k adjustment

Once you have selected your preferred power output, you can lock this in by holding the touch button down for two seconds.

From experience, it is quite easy to unlock this accidentally and end up inadvertently changing the power setting, depending on how you hold the device!

Airflow Adjustment

Invert the Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K and you’ll find the airflow adjustment slider.

Close this down for a Mouth to Lung vape, similar to what you would get from a cigarette, open it up for a Restricted Direct to Lung vape if you want some big clouds of vapour!

Charging

At the base of the device you’ll also find the USB-C charging port. You simply need to grab a USB-C charging cable and plug this into the base of the device and power outlet to give it a charge.

You’ll want to do this when the battery level display starts flashing at around 10% remaining. This means it is imminently about to run out! Once it reads ‘99’, this means it has fully charged.

How Does The Lost Vape Lightrise TH 18K Perform?

First I will sample all of the flavours and then I will delve into the device performance.

Peach Lemonade

peach lemonade

Well this is a bit of a different Peach flavour compared to what I have been used to!

I get more of a floral note to this, rather than a thick and juicy Peach, which I must say took a little bit of getting used to at first. This gave it more of a Lychee taste in my opinion. It’s not all that bad, I just wasn’t expecting it!

The Lemonade note is a particular highlight here. I get a really crisp and citrusy Lemonade tang to the vape, followed up by a cooling effect to give that experience of a nice chilled drink.

Blueberry Raspberry

blueberry raspberry

I’m greeted with an overwhelming sweet and fruity scent when I first take this one out of the packaging, there’s no mistaking what I’m in for here!

And as expected this is a very sweet Blueberry and Raspberry combination. So sweet that it gets my mouth watering whilst I’m vaping on it.

Blueberry was the most dominant flavour for me, a real thick and authentic tasting Blueberry flavour at the start. Then an undertone of Raspberry comes in and contrasts really well. Good job on the mixing here!

Blue Cotton Candy

blue cotton candy

Just when I thought it couldn’t get any sweeter after vaping on the Blueberry Raspberry, in comes Blue Cotton Candy with its overwhelming cloud of sweetness!

There’s a hint of Blue Raspberry on the inhale and then this gets completely overwhelmed by the fluffy Cotton Candy (Candy Floss) flavouring. This is so sweet it is like picking up a stick of the real thing from the fairground!

If you have a sweet tooth, look no further than this vape, it definitely won’t let you down on that front!

Hawaii Rainbow

hawaii rainbow

This is the Lightrise take on an exotic flavour combination, after all no self-respecting disposable range would be complete without one!

I get Mango, Pineapple…and a little something else in the background that I can’t put my finger on to be honest!

I’ve played around with the wattage settings and I still can’t quite nail what it is yet.

All in all it’s quite a tasty, summery, sweet exotic little vape.

Duo Black Ice

duo black ice

Ok so this one I REALLY did enjoy!

Due to the name, I did fear that this would be some nasty Aniseed ice combo for some reason. Flashbacks of nights out in my early twenties flashed before my eyes and I approached this one with a slight bit of trepidation…

But fear not, my fears were instantly allayed. This is a delicious Blackcurrant Menthol combo, featuring a realistic tasting Blackcurrant and a refreshing menthol breeze coming in at the end. I couldn’t help blasting away on this one!

My pick of the six I got to review! Very tasty indeed…

Sour Apple Ice

sour apple ice

I also reviewed a Sour Apple Ice when looking at the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K disposable vape range, so I was expecting much of the same here.

And to be honest it isn’t all that different to the Movement LV 18K version. It has the same tart Green Apple flavour, albeit with less of a sour note to it and a slightly stronger koolada providing a cooling effect at the end.

Performance

Much like the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K range, you’ve got an advantage over your everyday disposable vape as there are features you can adjust here to customise your vape.

lightrise tb 18k screen

Firstly, again you have three different power settings to utilise.

Power Setting

This time around, I felt like I needed to crank the Lightrise TB 18K disposables up to the 3.4V maximum output to get the nicotine hit I required, as well as the best of the flavours.

This also came at a detriment to the battery life, as the 700mAh battery would struggle to see me through a whole day and I would get less puffs out of it.

Puff Count

Speaking of puffs, running this at the maximum 3.4V output setting gave me a total of 4,255 puffs on the Duo Black Ice version before it reached the end of its life. Which was a little short of the reported 6,000 puff claim from Lost Vape.

As with any disposable, how long you take a draw for and how often you puff on it can affect what you get out of it. Plus here the power settings can affect this too. So keep that in mind.

Airflow Setting

Adjusting the airflow gives you the option of vaping either mouth to lung or restricted direct to lung.

I have to confirm that running this at the maximum power output setting with the airflow setting wide open does indeed give you some pretty impressive vapour production!

It also hits hard enough at the maximum setting too, giving a pleasurable nicotine hit and more intense flavour.

Pros

  • Great looking little disposable
  • Large touch screen is excellent
  • Massive 18ml worth of e-liquid
  • Offers both mouth to lung and restricted direct to lung vaping options
  • Can activate the screen simply by tapping on it
  • Adjustable airflow
  • Easy to change power output simply by tapping touch button
  • Large range of different flavours to choose from
  • Pocket friendly device

Cons

  • Easy to accidentally change the power setting if you forget to lock it in as touch button quite sensitive
  • Weaker vape than the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K range
  • No ability to fine tune power output
  • Large waste footprint
  • Only holds appeal to fans of fruity flavours, very fruit heavy range

Final Verdict

Lost Vape offer a range of great looking disposable vapes with the Lightrise TB 18K range. The large touch screen especially being a stand out feature here! And the flavours are pretty good too.

I must say, that when comparing these against the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K, I did prefer the Movement disposables. They seemed to have a bit more ‘oomph’ to them and I got more battery life out of those too.

These are a great option though if you are looking for a 50mg nicotine salt based disposable, but don’t want the in-your-face power that the Lost Vape Movement LV 18K range offers!

Have you been thinking about picking up a Lost Vape Lightrise TB 18K disposable? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dan W Ecigclick Vape Reviewer
Dan W

Vaping full time since 2012, started on cigalikes for a while then curiosity got the better of me and I moved onto an vape pens, a month or two later I was seeing people walking around with these interesting shiny tubes and I thought 'I gotta get one of those'. Before I knew it a trip down to my local B&M got me my first VW mod, an Innokin SVD, paired with an iClear 30, and I was hooked. Soon after that I was jumping to VW mods both box and tube shaped, before I then made the jump to rebuilding and thus sub ohming, with my first RDA and mech mod. These days I've come back to convenience and mainly use pods, disposables and the VOOPOO Drag H40. Most importantly I am still loving vaping!

REVIEW OVERVIEW
Peach Lemonade
7
Blueberry Raspberry
8
Blue Cotton Candy
7
Hawaii Rainbow
8
Duo Black Ice
9
Sour Apple Ice
8
Build Quality
8.5
Vaping full time since 2012, started on cigalikes for a while then curiosity got the better of me and I moved onto an vape pens, a month or two later I was seeing people walking around with these interesting shiny tubes and I thought 'I gotta get one of those'. Before I knew it a trip down to my local B&M got me my first VW mod, an Innokin SVD, paired with an iClear 30, and I was hooked. Soon after that I was jumping to VW mods both box and tube shaped, before I then made the jump to rebuilding and thus sub ohming, with my first RDA and mech mod. These days I've come back to convenience and mainly use pods, disposables and the VOOPOO Drag H40. Most importantly I am still loving vaping!
lost-vape-lightrise-tb-18k-reviewA small, pocket friendly disposable with a lot of fruity different flavours to choose from…as long as you are in a non-TPD regulated region!

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