What is it?
The newest member of the Ursa family is the Lost Vape Ursa Nano Pod Kit.
The Ursa’s that have come before it are the original Ursa Pod Kit and the Ursa Mini Pod Kit. Now we have gone even smaller and have the Ursa Nano.
As you can tell from the design, the Ursa Nano is a compact, lightweight, and pocket-friendly pod system. Unlike its siblings that are box mod/pod hybrids.
Lost Vape has decided to keep things extremely simple with the nano.
The pods for the Ursa Nano are completely disposable, so you can’t just change the coil; you have to dispose of the whole pod.
The pods have a 2.5ml (2ml TPD) capacity, with a side fill port.
There are currently 2 pod options available. Included in the kit is a 0.8ohm pod, and available separately is a 1.0ohm pod.
The battery section of the Ursa Nano contains an 800mAh internal battery and is charged via a USB Type C.
The device is entirely void of buttons and uses an airflow sensor for auto-draw firing.
The Ursa Nano does come with adjustable airflow, which comes in the form of a slide switch on the side of the device.
There is also a ‘breathing’ colored LED light on the device to show battery status.
The Lost Vape Ursa Nano is available in 8 colors: Wave Blue, Wave Cyan, Wave Purple, Wave Red, Wave Black, Twill Green, Twill Silver, and Pacific Blue.
Specs & Features
Lost Vape Ursa Nano Pod Kit Specs
- Size: 100.5x24x14mm
- Output: 5-18W / 3-3.9V
- Battery: 800mAh (internal)
- Display: Breathing LED indicator
- Resistance limits: not stated
- E-liquid capacity: 2.5ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
- USB Type C Charging
- Pods: Refillable, fixed coil
- Coils: 1ohm, 0.8ohm
- Adjustable airflow
- Smart pod detection
- Side refill port
- Draw activation
Lost Vape Ursa Nano Pod Kit Contents
- Lost Vape Ursa Nano Device
- 0.8ohm Ursa Nano pod
- USB Type C Cable
- User manual
Who is it for?
Vapers who want a slim and compact pod kit with adjustable airflow.
I’m a fan of Lost Vape, and particularly the recent Ursa devices they have released.
I must be honest, I’m not completely blown away by the new Ursa Nano. Still, it seems logical for them to release a more compact pod kit in the Ursa family.
I like that they’ve managed to keep it simple and include adjustable airflow with the slide switch.
I’m a little disappointed that it uses disposable pods instead of replaceable coils. I’m not entirely convinced this was just down to the compact design, as we’ve seen others like the Uwell Caliburn G achieve it. It’s also a lot more waste and not so great for the environment.
However, it’s going to come down to the performance of those coils to see just how good the Ursa Nano is, and maybe this was the reason Lost Vape wanted to keep the coils contained.
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