A sleek new addition to the Lost Vape family. The Orion DNA GO was a hit among those in the vape community, it featured a great chipset and appealed to both MTL and DL styles of vaping. The lower power Q looks to keep the hype going by packing similar features in a sleeker, more affordable package.
[su_heading size=”15″ class=”subHeading”]The Q[/su_heading] is a solid device, especially for anyone looking to quit cigarette’s. It features everything that made the original DNA Go version great, minus the DNA chipset.
It’s durable, made from stainless steel, easy to refill, and quite pocket friendly. And best of all, you can pick one up right now for a modest $27 (at time of this post)!
[su_heading size=”15″ class=”subHeading”]Is there anything not to like about the Q?[/su_heading]
Well, for starters, it is a bit prone to tip overs. So if you’re looking to set the Q down on your desk, and accidentally bump your arm into it (the desk that is…), it going to fall over, there’s simply no two ways about it. On the bright side, replacement pods are made from plastic, and plastic alone; so unlike the glass section found in most tanks, they will not crack easily.
The airflow turns a bit freely for my taste, and does not come to a hard stop (which is only mildly annoying). And with a 17w max output, you’re also going to be somewhat limited to the type of liquids you can use in the Q as well.
[su_heading size=”15″ class=”subHeading”]Bottom Line[/su_heading]
The Orion Q will be a great starting point for anyone looking into e-cigs, especially if you’re trying to quit those dirty cowboy killers. Even if you miss the sale ($27 bucks at the time of this post), you’ll be able to grab one two twenty dollar bills, and that’s pretty damn good if you ask me!
If you’re interested, check out the links below!
Replacement Pods (for all versions of the Orion Pod system)
Akua CBD (lemon cake)