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Daily Vaper: Lost Vape Therion 75 Review

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Kevin Krilla Vape Reporter
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We have done a few reviews on Lost Vape’s Therion models. Most similar to the mod under review (Therion 75) are the Therion 75C and Therion 166W, both of which we’ve featured on the Daily Vaper. Lost Vapes Therion 75 has up to a maximum of 75 watts of output and is powered by two 18650 batteries. This mod features a curved chassis design – which Lost Vape is known for – and has unique ebony wood side panels. It also has a genuine leather battery door cover. The Therion 75 has a temperature control mode that supports Ni200 nickel, titanium, stainless steel and additional settings configured through Escribe. Escribe is software through Evolv’s DNA computer chip. Vapers familiar with DNA chips are aware of its popularity and vaping efficiency. It has capacity to do firmware and software upgrades.

The reviewer enthusiastically says, “The Therion 75 is just stunning.” There is no button rattle, as demonstrated in the video. He describes the mod to be very solid and well built. The battery life lasts longer than you would expect. The reviewer has been using the mod at 60 watts and it lasted a couple days. Overall, he raves, “Everything about this device is spot on. This is my favorite DNA75 vape mod on the market.” It is highly recommended.

Lost Vape Therion dual 18650 DNA 75 Box Mod — $110.90

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