Lost Vape Centaurus B80, this is an “AIO” device, which stands for “All In One.” Basically, this means the fuel tank, battery and control system are all located within the same device.
Stylish and fashionable design
Ample 5ml vape juic capacity
80W maximum power output
Intuitive 0.42-inch OLED screen
User-friendly button-activated operation
Type-C charging for convenience
Compatible with e-juic and salts
Included coils offer great flavo
The question I have to ask after reading the Lost Vape website is, is this compatible with other Boro tanks? I ended up downloading all the user manuals for the equipment and tank/pod to try and fix this. But sadly I’m still clueless!
Behind the front panel, you’ll find a 0.42-inch OLED screen and adjustment buttons. There is also a USB Type C port.
Inside the rear panel is where the water tank is located (depending on which tank is installed) and where the airflow is regulated.
The main difference between the two models is power input and output. Another difference is the kit contents. The B80 kit includes the Centaurus Boro tank, while the B60 only includes the UB AIO Pod. Both models are compatible with both tanks.
Additionally, the placement of the screen and buttons differ between the two, with the B60 mounting them on the side while the B80 hides them behind a panel.
It is included in the B80 kit and is also compatible with the B60 kit, which you must purchase separately.
The Lost Vape Centaurus B80 AIO kit impresses with its blend of style and performance. As someone who appreciates the simplicity and effectiveness of the Geekvape H45 classic kit, the Centaurus B80 AIO kit offers a step up in terms of functionality and capacity. This is a versatile device suitable for both new and experienced vapers.