Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit Review

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit Review

The Lost Vape URSA Nano 2 builds on the success of the original Nano pod system with updated style and improved performance. This compact yet powerful pod device features striking aesthetic options, intuitive controls, and satisfaction flavor. Let’s see if the Nano 2 has what it takes to be your next favorite pod vape.

Overview and Features

As a leader in high-end vape devices, Lost Vape brings quality and innovation to the pod market. The URSA Nano 2 maintains the slim, pocketable size while enhancing the output up to 22W. New vibrant panels and light effects add flair too.

An integrated 900mAh battery supplies full-day vaping. Further improvements include larger 2.5mL pods, a responsive auto-draw system, and expanded coils. Lost Vape’s history of advanced chips ensures accurate output and safety protections as well.

Key Specification
  • Stunning style with dynamic light panels
  • 900mAh integrated battery
  • Draw-activated firing
  • Airflow control for MTL to RDL
  • 2.5mL pods withLeak-proof’ design
  • Quest 2.0 Chipset
  • 0.6Ω and 0.8Ω mesh coil pods
  • 5-22W wattage output

With striking looks and strong performance for a compact pod device, the URSA Nano 2 makes an impression.

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit

Packaging and Contents

The Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 kit arrived packed in a compact box clearly showcasing product details on the exterior. Inside I found:

Packaging Contents
  • 1 x Ursa Nano 2 pod device
  • 1 x 0.6Ω pod (2.5ml capacity / 2.0ml for TPD version)
  • 1 x 0.8Ω pod (2.5ml capacity / 2.0ml for TPD version)
  • 1 x Type-C cable
  • 1 x Lanyard
  • 1 x User manual
  • 1 x O-ring
  • 1 x Warranty card

WThe inclusive kit offered everything needed to start vaping right away. The accessory pack also provides nice value without extraneous items.

1706175545 Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit packaging

Design and Build Quality

An updated style separates the Nano 2 from the original pod system and much of the pod market. Vibrant colored panels shine through laser-etched textures for stunning effects unlike any other pod I’ve tested.

The zinc alloy chassis feels very solid with clean lines and smooth finishes. Despite weighing only 85g, there’s no cheap plastic feel or parts that worry about durability. Little touches like the included lanyard show Lost Vape’s attention to detail.

Using the URSA Nano 2 proves just as straightforward as the simple, elegant exterior hints. With no fire button, you simply inhale to activate the battery and start vaping. Airflow adjustments are just as easy by sliding the control on one side. No complicated menus or settings – it just works.

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit Vape
Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit LED Panel

Pods and Coils

While the original Nano took propriety pods, the updated URSA Nano 2 uses the same pod style found across the URSA line like the Baby and AIO. That cross-compatibility should make finding replacements easy.

The Ursa Nano 2 kit ships with two side-filled 2.5ml pod options:

  • 0.6Ω pod for expansive flavor
  • 0.8Ω pod for ideal MTL draws

Both delivered excellent flavor consistency and longevity when paired with 20mg nic salts. I squeezed around 30ml of juice through each before flavor faded.

The 0.6Ω mesh pod performed admirably for a restricted direct lung hit with the AFC opened up. But the 0.8Ω pod offered the most cigarette-like tight draw when closed.

Despite small size, the pods hold 2.5 full milliliters of juice to minimize frequent filling thanks to an updated design. Filling is easy once you remove the silicone gasket. My only complaint is with dark tint, gauging liquid level takes some effort.

During multiple pod refills and battery recharges, the new ‘leak-proof’ design held true with no messes. The magnetic connection keeps pods securely wicked too.

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pods
1706175691 Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Kit Review compatible pods

Smooth Airflow Adjustability

A neat inclusion on the Ursa Nano 2 is the hinged airflow slider on one side. With adjusting the slider you can closely dial in airflow to taste without removing pods.

One end provides a fixed air inlet for a tight MTL draw. Sliding the switch fully open opens up adjustable airflow slots to loosen it into a loose MTL draw instead.

During testing across both included pods, I found the AFC range accommodated restrictive lung hits nicely. The airflow feels smooth across the spectrum too. This customization brought versatility for alternating between parallel coil and mesh pod options.

So for vapers who enjoy tailoring airflow, the Ursa Nano 2 hits the spot.

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Airlow Control

Battery Life and Charging

An integrated 900 mAh battery handles the Ursa Nano 2’s power demands. Compared to the original’s 800 mAh cell, longevity sees a proportional bump up. I squeezed around 250 puffs when testing 70/30 juices at mid-range (15W) wattages before needing a top-up.

But the fast charging support was arguably more impressive – with Type-C Power Delivery, I could rejuice from near-empty to full in as little as 45 minutes. And pass-through technology lets you comfortably vape during.

The multi-colored LED embedded along the face visualized charge levels clearly as well via:

  • Green – Above 3.9V (Full battery)
  • Blue – 3.7V to 3.9V (Mid battery)
  • Red – Below 3.7V (Low battery)

So I always knew battery reserves without guessing. Overall, the battery optimizations provided reliable all-day performance when used moderately alongside rapid recharges when needed.

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 USB Charging

Vaping Experience

From first inhale, the URSA Nano 2 delivers satisfying flavor and vapor production. The 0.6Ω pod shines with salts for a nice throat hit but also handles 6mg freebase juice. Those wanting a tighter MTL draw will appreciate the 0.8Ω pod more.

Both coils ramp quickly with the automatic draw. Vapor pours out smoothly across short and long puffs alike. I encountered no leaking, gurgling or other issues affecting performance over weeks of mixed use.

Hitting the airflow control slider adjusts vapor density on demand. Closed tight provides excellent MTL while sliding it open enables nice restricted DTL and everything in between. Truly versatile for different vapers and juices in a compact form.

Battery life benefits from the 900mAh capacity improvement – easily lasting me a full day even with fairly heavy use. When it does come time to recharge, the simple Type-C USB port has you covered in around an hour. I couldn’t ask for better reliability and satisfaction from such a portable pod system.

Lost Vape Ursa Nano 2 Pod Vape Kit
Eye-catching decorative pattern
Excellent build qualityan
Smooth automatic draws
Leak-resistant pod design
Good battery life (900mAh)
Adaptable airflow optionsst
Proprietary pods
E-liquid capacity could be higher

Final Verdict

Lost Vape set the bar high for premium pod systems, and the URSA Nano 2 soars over it. From myriad vibrant style options to the satisfying vape experience, this compact pod device checks all the boxes.

The addition of airflow control further expands an already versatile pod system. While minor nitpicks remain, if you want impressive aesthetics and performance in a pocketable package, the Lost Vape Nano 2 warrants a hard look.

For vapers wanting reliable all-day use combined with head-turning style, the URSA Nano 2 rightfully carries Lost Vape’s luxury pedigree to the growing pod market.

Matthew Ma