High-quality box mods do not have to cost over $100, and the Lost Vape Thelema Quest 200W mod is proof of that. For an affordable price, vapers will get outstanding cloud and flavor production, as well as a full suite of power modes. This vape is well worth buying.
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Lost Vape Thelema Quest 200W Kit Review
Lost Vape did a service for its customers by releasing this vape. Box mods with DNA chips are very popular, but their price tags can run high. The Thelema Quest 200W box mod does not have a DNA chip; instead, it uses the Quest 2.0 chipset, which works just as well as the DNA chip, but is easier to manufacture, resulting in a significantly lower price tag.
The chip provides stable output and performance, firing instantly while providing powerfully consistent hits every time it is vaped. Additionally, the chip supports different power modes, allowing users to diversify their vaping experience.
The starter kit contains two low resistance coils. Both of them provide a high amount of vapor. Also, this is a 200 watt device, and high-wattage devices typically produce larger clouds. This vape is no exception.
Most people will not push their box mods to the maximum wattage limit, but the option is there. The icing on the cake in this category is the triple channel airflow, resulting in higher than average vapor production.
The Quest has four power modes:
- Power Mode
- TC Mode
- Voltage Mode
- Bypass Mode
- Boost Function (Soft, Normal, and Hard)
The boost function’s soft, normal, and hard settings are designed to improve the flavor, and they do an excellent job of it. The result is three flavor levels.
- Low Battery Protection
- Check Atomizer Protection
- Short-Circuit Protection
- Temperature Protection
- 10 Second Timeout Protection
Thelema Quest 200W Starter Kit
This starter kit has everything but the nicotine liquid:
- Thelema Quest Box Mod
- UB Pro Pod Tank
- 0.15ohm UB Pro P1 Coil
- 0.3ohm UB Pro P3 Coil
- 4 O-Rings
- Type-C Cable
- Warranty Card
- User Manual
This device uses dual 18650 batteries, giving users a lot of vaping time if they do not push the vape to the edge. The battery door is plastic but durable, and it is easy to get the batteries inside. Also, there are markings in the battery compartment to know how the batteries should be inserted.
The screen is under an inch large, and it displays all the info the user needs to know. There are two indicators at the top for both batteries, and the wattage and power mode are displayed in the center. At the bottom margin is the puff counter, resistance, and an indicator that tells whether the vape is on soft, normal, or hard. Also, the color screen is easy to read and discern in all light conditions.
Internal Build Quality and Design
The build quality is pretty good. As noted above, the battery compartment is well made, and the door is easy to put on and off. This battery door and compartment affect the design by making the vape a bit bulky, but it has to be bulky to accommodate the 18650s.
The threading on the 510 connection is smooth, and it should be able to accommodate tanks up to 26 mm in diameter. Maybe 28 mm with a little bit of overhang.
The grip is padded with some artificial material, and it is comfortable.
Lost Vape UB Pro Pod Tank
The starter kit comes with the 5 ml Pod Tank. This pod tank is pretty good, as it has triple channel airflow control and two excellent coils that produce high levels of flavor and vapor. Also, it looks good on the tank, and there is no overhang whatsoever.
It would have been nice to have made the tank top fill instead of side fill, but it does not look like there was a place to put the refilling slot anywhere but the side. But, the filling slot does its job, and there has not been any leaking so far.
Airflow and Coils
The best feature of the tank is the airflow system, which interacts with the coils flawlessly. There are three airflow slots 10 mm wide and can be opened or tightened for deep direct-to-lung hits or slightly restrictive DL.
The pod tank comes with a 0.15 ohm UB Pro P1 and a 0.3 ohm UB Pro P3 coil. Nothing to complain about here. The coils get hot and vaporize the nicotine liquid as they should, and the flavor is excellent, too, especially with the 0.15 ohm coil.
Additionally, Lost Vape has the UB Pro RBA. Unfortunately, it does not come with the starter kit, but ordering the RBA coil in addition to the kit is not much of a hassle and not that much more expensive.
Since these are low resistance coils, the best juices to use are ones with a high amount of vegetable glycerin because they make the most clouds. Anything with 70/30 or 80/20 vegetable glycerin to propylene glycol ratio should work fine.
How to Use the Thelema Quest 200W Box Kit
The whole starter kit is easy to use. The side refilling slot is easy to open and fits most sized nozzles. Still, it is better to use a syringe because they fit in slots of any size. Also, the pod can be refilled while it is attached to the mod.
Installing the coil is easy, and the user can do it by unscrewing the tank from the mod and pushing them into the opening at the bottom. Two o-rings on each coil create an excellent seal, so do not expect too much leaking.
- Push the firing button five times to activate or deactivate
- Lock the mod by pushing and holding the lower and upper menu buttons
- Use the lower or upper menu buttons to highlight the menu functions
- Select a function by pressing the center menu button
Thelema Quest 200W vs. Thelema DNA 250W
These mods are excellent and have outstanding features, but the main difference is the price. The Thelema DNA 250W is $169, which is unaffordable for many people. However, it is a great box mod for those who can afford it.
On the other hand, the Thelema Quest is significantly cheaper than the Thelema DNA because it does not have a DNA chip. Still, it offers an excellent vaping experience but for less money.
Thelema Quest 200W vs. Freemax MAXUS 200W
This is a more challenging comparison than the one above because the prices are similar. However, the Thelema Quest is smaller than the Maxus, making it more travel friendly, and the pod tank in its starter kit comes with triple channel airflow.
As a result, the Quest has a slight edge in airflow and vapor production because it has triple airflow, but the flavor is equal all around, more or less.
Honestly, both are excellent starter kits, but people who want more airflow and vapor production should choose the Thelema Quest.
Lost Vape Thelema Quest 200W Specifications
|Dimensions:||92.5mm x 56mm x 27.6 mm|
|Battery Type:||Dual 18650s|
|Wattage:||5 to 200 Watts|
|Voltage:||0.7 to 8 Volts|
|Temperature Control:||200° to 600°F|
|Resistance Range:||0.1 to 5.0 ohms|
|Power Modes:||Power, Temperature Control, Voltage, Bypass, and Boost Modes|
|Screen:||0.96” TFT Color Display|
|Safety Features:||Low Battery, Check Atomizer, Short-Circuit, Temperature, and 10-Second Timeout|
|Charging Type:||USB-C Connection|
|Colors:||Stainless Steel Clear, Black Clear|
Lost Vape Pod Tank Specifications
|Base Diameter:||26 mm|
|Juice Capacity:||5 mL|
|Filling System:||Side Filled|
|Coils:||0.15 ohm UB Pro P1Coil and 0.3 ohm UB Pro P3 Coil|
|Coil Compatibility:||Lost Vape UB Pro Coil Series|
|Triple Airflow Slots:||✓|
- Outstanding airflow
- High vapor and flavor production
- Various power modes
- Affordable price
- Excellent chip
- Clunky and heavy
Final Thoughts About the Lost Vape Thelema Quest 200 Watt Kit
Vapes of all sorts are getting better and better as the underlying technology and skills of the craftsmen and designers improve. The only criticisms are the size and the location of the fill port, but those cons could not be helped.
A bigger device was required to accommodate the dual batteries, and the fill port’s location is what it is.
As for the other features, the complete set of power modes, triple channel airflow, and outstanding flavor and vapor production make this an exceptional starter kit. Finally, the Quest 2.0 chip does a marvelous job for less money.
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