Disclosure: Lost Vape provided a Centaurus mod for the purpose of review, however, the review below represents Vapecrawler's own, unbiased opinion of the product.
The Lost Vape Centaurus mod is a brilliant re-birth of the Lost Vape Paranormal. Featuring the incredible DNA250C chipset from Evolv Vapor, wrapped in a beautiful
metal chassis with accents of premium materials, the Centaurus is a very well made, solid device. The metal construction adorned with a variety of high
quality carbon fiber, stabwood, abalone shell, and leather materials feels solid to the touch, sized perfectly for the hand. The buttons are smooth and precise with
a soft and satisfying click when you press them. The Tactical Carbon Fiber on my device has a satisfying raised texture to it, and the Cowhide leather is smooth and
soft to the touch. It's a device that you really don't want to put down.
The device is a little bit narrow for larger atomizers, with just the smallest amount of overhang, but it's barely noticeable with maybe 1mm of overhang all the way
around and doesn't do anything to detract from the beauty of the materials and the quality of the construction. The battery door is solid, but does take a little
bit of effort to make sure it latches securely. Once it's latched, though, it's firm and secure.
Using the Device
With the device being powered by Evolv Vapor's DNA250C, performance is outstanding. The device fires quickly and accurately, providing smooth and consistent power.
The full color screen offers easy access to nearly all of the device's settings and functionality. I say nearly because I did discover that "Stealth Mode" was
absent from the device's settings. This is easily solved with Evolv's Escribe software by either making a quick modification to the default theme, or using a 3rd
party theme available from their site.
Battery Life & Performance
The Centaurus uses two replaceable 18650 batteries, and in experience with LG HG2 batteries, manages to pull about 6 hours of nearly constant use at 100w on a
dual-coil setup at 0.21 ohms. The Lost Vape's choice of using the DNA250C chipset really shines here as there's no dip in performance as the batteries get lower --
there's smooth, consistent perform all the way from 100% to 0%.
Overall, the Lost Vape Centaurus is an absolutely fantastic device. It is hands down one of the best devices I've used recently, and almost immediately became
my daily driver.
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