Lost Vape Orion Q Kit VS GeekVape Flint Kit

Hey guys. MTL vape devices are being popular day by day on the market. Today we’ll make a comparison between such two kits that are both around 1000mAh. Just take a look and see which one you like better.

We first check out the Orion Q Kit that is a follow-up to the mind-blowing DNA Go. Powered by a built-in 950mAh battery, this nifty pod system features up to 17w of power, a proprietary chipset, a convenient single-button interface, and a three-stage indicator LED. Charging and firmware upgrades can be done via USB.
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In addition, the Orion Q adopts 2ml replacement pods with a 1.0ohm resistance and a 4mm bore proprietary drip tip. Each pod conveniently snaps into place and comes with a lifespan of 14 days. The pods can also be used with either regular or salt nic e-liquids, and have an adjustable 5 x 1mm air slot on the drip tip. Anyway, it’s really worth a shot.

Where to buy: https://vapesourcing.com/lost-vape-orion-q-kit.html

You may like the Flint Kit Geekvape if you prefer a pen style MTL device rather than a pod system. It is a super compact kit that is easy to carry around. The tank holds a full 2ml of liquid and features a slide-top cap for refilling with ease. Flint’s 1000mAh built-in battery features 3 different voltage settings to select from; clicking the button 3x fast while on will cycle through Blue, Green and Red, each with their own strength for your customization. Being so small and prone to possible dropping, Geekvape made this kit IPX5 Water Resistant for added durability and security. Along with the adjustable airflow, the NS coil has been optimized for both regular and NicSalt liquids!
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Where to buy: https://vapesourcing.com/geekvape-flint-kit.html

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