The program will be shut down by another Lost vape novelty that hasn’t happened yet but is now more serious. Presumably, at the upcoming UAE show, Lost Vape plans to show off a whole bunch of new stuff, including an interesting box mod.
Dimensions: 91 x 55 x 26mm
Body material: zinc alloy + stainless steel + plastic
Power supply: 2 x 18650
Power: 5 – 200W
Voltage range: 0.7 – 8.0V Peak
Operating mode: VW, TC (NI200, SS, TI), VV, BYPASS, VPC, Boost (Soft / Norm / Hard), Memory
Temperature range: 200℉ – 600℉ / 100℃ – 315℃
Maintained resistance: 0.1 – 5.0Ω
The latter is interesting, mainly because it’s a budget version of the current two-pot flagship CENTAURUS DNA250C. Meanwhile, our hero borrowed another piece of equipment – the THELEMA Quest 200W stuffing.
Let’s not get ahead of ourselves – the first thing to do. Although the production of the two models above is very similar, there are subtle differences.
So Lost Vape Centaurus Q200 Vape Kit today is a complete copy of a more expensive flagship, hence his proud name. Let me remind you that the latter features sharp edges, a chiseled brick profile and combined decorative inserts.
Lost Vape Centaurus Q200 Mod, however, went further and acquired removable panels in order to be at least somewhat different from his illustrious ancestor. The kit even provides a tool for these purposes, although visually, this option is honestly invisible.
Novelty once again adopts the way of opening the battery compartment of the CENTAURUS DNA250C box mod. Even here, however, the developers have changed the design – there is no longer a latch slider, and the lid opens in the other direction.
Controlling the chipset is already familiar to us, perhaps “by touch” – it’s the time-tested venerable Quest 2.0 with a nice set of operating modes and additional options.