LostVape Furyan – High-End Looks on Affordable Squonk Mod?


I’m still waiting for this to arrive, but I think LostVape has done a fantastic job with this. The Lostvape Furyan is their latest squonk mod, with the last mod they released, the Therion, now considered “old”.

Unlike the Therion BF which is a regulated DNA75C squonk mod, the Furyan is a pure mechanical mod. Here are the specs:

  • Polycabonate / PEI body with carbon fiber tube
  • Easy access to locking toggle switch at the front
  • Compatible with 18650 / 20700 / 21700 high-drain batteries
  • Supports minimum resistance of 0.1Ohm
  • Spring-loaded 510 connector, stainless steel
  • Silver-plated copper contacts for a better conductivity

First off, this is way better looking than the Therion. Sure, the Therion wasn’t ugly by any means but it is pretty large for a single 18650 mod. I have 20700 DNA75C mods that are more compact than the Therion, and 18650 ones that are smaller still.

With the Furyan, they decided to go a different route.

I’m sure some people in Lostvape have a keen eye for designs used in the high-end segment of squonking, because the Furyan could easily be mistaken for a high-end squonker.

At the moment, you can get it in either the PEI/ brass or black/ stainless steel setups. Although I am not a fan of Ultem, the combination of Ultem and brass actually works.

Plus, this mod can be disassembled pretty easily for cleaning the contacts. So far, from the reviews I have seen the Furyan looks to be pretty well thought-out. My only gripe is that the ultem is polished instead of amber, which I prefer.

I really hope to see more variations of the Lostvape Furyan in the near future. Gearbest is selling them at about $89 for the Ultem / PEI version, and you can occasionally find discounts on the website.

If you would like to see my review on the Lostvape Furyan, do let me know.

You can get the Lostvape Furyan from Gearbest here.

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