The Lost Vape Ursa Pocket is a new addition to the popular Ursa range!
I have reviewed a few of the Ursa kits and generally enjoyed them – especially those with the fixed coil pods!
What To Expect From The Lost Vape Ursa Pocket…
Oh man I am in love! A pod kit which uses the excellent Ursa 0.8ohm pods and retro gaming too! What is not to love!
Enough of my dribbling let me tell you more about this kit!
These are fixed coil pods which you dispose of when the coil performance has turned rubbish and you get the 0.6ohm and 0.8ohm versions included in the kit.
Looking at the device now – this houses a 1200mAh battery which is rechargeable at a 2A charge rate via the USB Type C port.
The output is adjustable between 5-30W and there is an airflow adjustment slider too.
A 1.7 inch OLED screen displays all of your vaping data plus there is a 3 inch back-lit panel on the rear.
You get 3 games included which are a Virtual Pet, Slot Machine and a Puff Count Competition.
There is a manual fire button but I am not sure if you can use auto draw on this too – it is not mentioned on the website or User Manual.
Here is an introduction video from the Lost Vape YouTube Channel.
There are 8 colours to choose from: Neon Street, Cyber Elf, Saiyan Trunk, Ice Blade, Dark Knight, NES Red, Hellsing Grey and Silver Storm.
- Lost Vape Ursa Pocket device
- 0.6ohm Ursa Pod
- 0.8ohm Ursa Pod
- USB Type C cable
- User manual
Lost Vape Ursa Pocket Specs
- Size: 95.2x46x19mm
- Battery: 1200mAh (internal)
- Output: 5-30W Variable
- Display: 1.7in OLED Screen
- Resistance range: Not specified
- USB Type C port – 2A charge rate
- Pods: Ursa Refillable, fixed coils
- Capacity: 2.5ml (Standard) / 2ml (TPD)
- Compatible with Ursa fixed coil pods / Ursa replaceable coil pods
- 3 inch Back-lit rear panel
- Game style fire button
- 3 games – Virtual Pet, Slot Machine and Puff Count competition
- Adjustable airflow
Yes I bloody want one! I am 47 and the retro looks and old school games have really reeled me in!
What are your first impressions of the Lost Vape Ursa Pocket? Let me know in the comments below!