Q-Ultra from Lost Vape review, beautiful and complete at the same time
The AIO Q-Ultra kit from Lost Vape offers us a kit that is both complete, practical to use and sufficiently versatile with its RBA.
The Q-Ultra from Lost Vape is the final version of his AIO kits, a trend he launched with his Orion and Quest pods. It seems that there are no more new versions of this range. And we can say that the Q-Ultra brings together the best characteristics of what we can expect from an AIO kit. It is beautiful, versatile, quite portable even if it remains a big baby. It supports several types of coils, which can give an MTL vape as a restrictive live vape. This time, Lost Vape even offers an RBA that can be purchased separately. Note that the brand sent me the product that I review it.
Features of the Q-Ultra from Lost Vape
|Type :||AIO Kit|
|Power range :||5 to 40 watts|
|Cartridge Capacity :||4 ml|
|Vaping style :||MTL and Restrictive DL|
|Type of coils :||Premade and RBA|
|Battery :||1600 mAh|
Overview of the Q-Ultra from Lost Vape
In terms of dimensions, the Q-Ultra offers dimensions of 105 x 43.2 x 16.5 millimeters. It is not the smallest AIO kit I have seen knowing that I had reviewed its Q-Pro. It has a large capacity, 4 ml (2 ml for TPD) which is more than adequate for a vape which is mainly intended for MTL. And happiness, the tank is transparent, because many brands have the annoying habit of tinting their tank which means that nothing is seen.
The Q-Ultra is a real AIO, i.e. a 0.69 inch OLED screen. Very pleasant surprise, because the screen is really bright. This kit is really very light and I thought at first that it was a plastic coating, but in fact it is made of aluminum alloy. A big autonomy with 1600 mAh.
The control panel has the Power button, but also to adjust the power. Thus, the Q-Ultra kit can go up to 40 watts which is almost restrictive direct vape. You can even try the direct vaping.
The very good surprises of the Q-Ultra
In general, AIO kits tend to look the same. And the Q-Ultra stands out for several things. The first as I mentioned is that the tank is 4 ml and you have what to see coming and it is transparent. Then the filling. It is superbly made, because it is at the top with an opening that you unscrew. No need to remove the cartridge and use a rubber strip with liquid that stays full on the fingers.
Then we have the Airflow which you can adjust on the Drip Tip. I found it a bit loose, but it plays its role well if you want a very tight or airy draw. For me, I just open it a little to have vaping style that I prefer.
You will have no problem. We will say that these are small details, but having tested a lot of AIO kits, I can tell you that these are details that matter. Without being exceptional, the sober design is really interesting. The front cover is patterned for mine, but you can find different designs. The opening of the cartridge, to replace the coil for example, is done via a small switch on the side. You pull the switch and you can easily remove the cartridge. It holds firmly.
Coils supported by the Q-Ultra
As it is its final product in the range, Lost Vape wanted to please everyone with its Q-Ultra. This kit is compatible with 3 types of coils known as Ultra Boost M1, M2 and MTL. The coil in MTL is 1 ohm and we vape above from 8 to 15 watts. It is a coil with round wire. The other two are in Mesh. We have the 0.6 ohm one that we use from 20 to 28 watts.
And finally, if you want to go aery, you can take the 0.3 ohm coil that will be used between 30 and 40 watts. Honestly, the Q-Ultra is really great for MTL and restrictive direct vaping. For the aery vaping, one should not expect miracles. When the kit was released, some testers reported problems with the leaks. I mainly tested with the MTL coil and I’ve been vaping for a week. No leak for my part.
Maybe it comes from other types of coils. When I tested the Q-Pro, I didn’t appreciate that it was very airy. There, with the MTL coil, I have a really MTL vape even if it is not necessarily very tight. Thus, I vape above the fruity fresh nicotine salts and the flavors explode in my face, especially the freshness. Note that I use the MTL coil with an almost closed Airflow.
The Q-Ultra RBA
When Lost Vape contacted me, I had ask them to send me the RBA. For the anecdote, I spoke to a representative of the brand before the Chinese New Year and it is almost in May that I receive their product. I think he sent me from the start and forgot me and that with lock down, it is now that I receive it. But as I received it, so here the review.
So the RBA seemed a little cheap to me. Already, as it is an RBA, it is really quite small, especially the screws. The machinery could have been a little better, because the screws may break easily for my taste. But the RBA is really well done. Very simple to assemble with a small cotton hole. The vape on it seemed very comfortable, but you really have to play with the Airflow to see something that works.
Note that this RBA is not provided when you purchase the kit. You will have to buy it separately and I find it a shame on the part of these brands. If they offer an RBA, it is better that they include it in the kit, even if it means slightly increasing the price. And speaking of the price, on its official site, the Q-Ultra sells for around $ 49.99.
My final word is that the Q-Ultra is the most complete and practical AIO kit I have ever had. Everything is thought to correct the previous versions, but also other AIO kits on the market. Filling from above is a real pleasure. The control panel is very visible and the Airflow plays its role well.
And the 4ml capacity is also a good point. Vaping is more than tasty in MTL. And the RBA, even if it deserved better machinery, remains correct and this allows you to have a kit that you can use as you want with your own coils.