The Lost Vape Therion is one of the best mods I own. Although my Lost Vape Therion review video was published on YouTube some time ago, I never posted it to my blog, so here it goes.
I admit that when the Therion made its debut, I thought it looked ugly. But over time, my perception changed and I finally got the Lost Vape Therion DNA75 from GearBest. From the moment I took it out of the box, it was obvious that this was going to be a love affair.
(This video review of the Lost Vape Therion was shot in part with my iPhone 6 Plus camera, since my regular Canon EOS 60D was having some issues)
The packaging for the Therion was good quality and attractive, and the mod was secure inside of it. The kit comes with the Therion, a USB cable for charging and upgrades, and a user manual.
Table of Contents
Lost Vape Therion Review: Cons
First, let talk about some of the pros I mentioned in my Lost Vape Therion review video.
- Premium feel – Although the leather was not as thick as I initially thought, it IS real leather and it DOES add more class to the Lost Vape Therion.
- Just the right size – Watch the video for details, but I found the Therion the perfect sized mod for me. Quite pocket friendly for a dual 18650 battery mod, and feels comfortable in my hands.
- Good build quality – The mod is well built and does not scratch easily. The wood is real like the leather. No button rattle, and the battery door is held securely with strong magnets.
- The DNA 75 board – I no longer want anything with a DNA40. I think the DNA75 is the perfect balance of power and features for me. Although initially like other DNA75 mods I had to deal with the “Weak Battery” issue, this disappeared the moment I plugged the mods into Escribe and applied the latest software patch.
- Balanced DNA presets – With a DNA mod, the factory presets matter. The Therion delivers a good range of presets in wattage, Ni200, Stainless Steel and Titanium.
- Good 510 pin and port – The 510 is spring loaded and works with everything I own, and the port itself is stainless steel. You can fit 24mm atomizers easily without overhang, and your 510 area will not scratch easily.
Lost Vape Therion Review: Cons
Second, let talk about some of the cons I mentioned in my Lost Vape Therion review video.
- Tight battery compartment – It can be tricky to put in the first 18650 battery on the inside. Because of the design, its a tight fit and some batteries with thicker wraps may not be able to fit without taking some damage to the wrap.
- Soft button press – If you put the mod in the right position, with the buttons underneath the weight of the mod, it will cause the mod to start firing (see video at 20:05). However since the board has enough protections, this will not be a big issue.
Lost Vape Therion Review: Conclusion
This is a no brainer. It’s the right price, has great built quality, a touch of luxury and a powerful, upgradeable board. You can compare the Lost Vape Therion to other Evolve DNA box mods and you’ll see that it’s definitely one of the best.
The DNA75 version is good enough for most vapers, but you can also get the Lost Vape Therion 133 (using the DNA250) if you need more power, or try the Lost Vape Triad DNA250. You can also get the Lost Vape Therion BF which is a bottom-feeding or squonking atomizer.
The Therion is definitely one of my go-to mods for daily use.