Lost Vape Mirage DNA75 C Mod Review
Lost Vape Mirage DNA75
iVape have always liked the style and quality of Lost Vape and with the Lost Vape Mirage DNA75 they certainly have ticked both boxes again. Lost Vape are not for the budget buyer however those who do buy are always happy with the quality of their chips and aesthetics of their hardware. So what are you getting with the Mirage?
Well the Lost Vape Mirage DNA75 uses the Evolv DNA75 C chipset – which is one of the top chips out there for years. And all the DNA chips offer new firmware upgrades and allow you to customize how your mod operates. You get a lovely OLED coloured screen, and it will output to 75W but does have a boost/preheat of up to 100W. It can adapt to use either a single 18650 battery or a 21700 or 20700 battery which is super handy. Colour wise The Lost Vape Mirage DNA75 in a anodized aluminium with two different finishes wood or resin and the body comes with either a Green Agate or a Red Blaze look. The Lost Vape Mirage DNA75 really is a stunning device and you can never go wrong with a high end device that Lost Vape and Evolve Chips promise to deliver, this gets a big thumbs up from us for people looking to vape at low to medium power and yet insist on style and performance.
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Below we list the Lost Vape Mirage DNA75C Specs
- Size: 43.5mm x 28mm x 93mm
- Temperature Limit: 200°F – 600°F
- Output Power: 1-75 Watts
- Boost/Preheat: 100 Watts Power
- Connection: Stainless Steel 510 Atomizer Connector
- Feature: Integrated 1Amp On-board Balanced Charger
- Battery Type: 21700/20700/18650(with adapter)
- Powered by Evolv DNA75C Board with Firmware Upgradable Theme
- Designer Software/Customizable User Interface
- Frame Colour: Black, Dark Grey
- Body Colour: Green Agate, Red Blaze
E-liquid Ireland – Shortfills and nic shots
So many people ask us about larger bottles of E-Liquid, they seem almost afraid to pick up a larger bottle as they contain no nicotine so here at iVape we have decided to help clear up some of the confusion. The EU brought in laws pertaining to E-liquid Ireland under the Tobacco Directive Products (TPD) in their 2014 mandate. So what does this mean? Well firstly no E-liquids over 10 ml in size can contain nicotine, all E-liquids Ireland must have an expiry date, tactile warnings, child resistant cap, safety precautions and instructions on how to use. Along with this the maximum amount of nicotine legally allowed is 20 mg and ingredients are to be listed.
So dealing specifically with the nicotine content we will help explain in this blog what your options on are. All bottles that are 10 ml or less in size may contain nicotine, and any E-liquids Ireland over 10 ml in size may not. So when you see E-liquids Ireland that are 50 ml in size is this illegal our customers ask? No it is not as they do not contain nicotine. Now if you wish to purchase a large E-liquid Ireland bottle yet you want say a desired nicotine strength of 3 mg, then you can simple add a nicotine shot to increase the strength. For example you purchase a bottle of 50 ml E-liquid Ireland which has no nicotine in it, yet you desire a 3 mg then you can simply add a nicotine shot containing 18 mg of nicotine and add it to your 50 ml E-liquid Ireland bottle. Give it a good shake and you now have 3 mg of E-liquid.
So Shortfills are simply where the companies do not fill the bottles to the top, so they leave room for the nicotine shot to be added. So a 60 ml shortfill actually contains 50 ml of E-liquid.
Back in 2016 a report was furnished by the RCS stating that e-cigarettes and E-liquid Ireland are “beneficial to UK Public Health”. You can find more information here. The report also went on to say when asked about E-cigarettes and long-term harm ” e-cigarette use cannot be dismissed due to inhalation of the ingredients other than nicotine, but is likely to be very small, and substantially smaller than that arising from tobacco smoking”, which yet again is another positive step forward for E-liquid. Not only did it weigh favorably on the e-cig side but went on to say ” electronic cigarettes have the potential to make a major contribution towards preventing the premature death, disease and social inequalities in health that smoking currently causes in the UK”.
Another report from Forbes can be found here which outlays again more positive findings on E-liquid and e-cigarettes.
So whether you are thinking about starting to vape or currently are vaping, I hope you feel more informed on regulations, findings, and E-liquid.