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Artrix Lilmon Oil/Concentrate Vape Review

Artrix Lilmon

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4.0

Excellent

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The bottom line

The Lilmon doesn’t have any advanced features but it’s a simple and convenient way to take your oil or concentrate vaping with you on-the-go. The 9.4W output is ample power for a good experience when you’re not at home and the Lilmon really impressed me with the flavor and amount of vapor that it produces.

Being as small as it is, the Lilmon does make some sacrifices, mainly battery life and adjustability. The battery isn’t likely to last more than a day of consistent use and there’s no way to adjust the power output or alter the airflow. Yes, it’s rechargeable, but who wants to (or even remembers) to recharge their device every day.

If long battery life, adjustable power and adjustable airflow are must-haves, the Lilmon won’t be the right fit for you. However, if you value portability and convenience and want a decent device to use out of the house, the Lilmon is the perfect candidate.

 

Artrix is a company that has quickly made a name for themselves in the world of cannabis vaping. They offer more than ten different cannabis vape products ranging from disposable vapes like the Sip, Demo, and Cubox, to refillable pod vapes like the Fitty. They even have a 510 cartridge, (Drillor) for users who prefer to use a 510 battery mod.

For the past two weeks I’ve been using their latest disposable oil vape, the Artrix Lilmon. This tiny little guy is made for maximum portability but still outputs enough power and vapor to get a good on-the-go experience.

The Lilmon is available in either 1ml, 2ml, or 3ml tank capacities. It also comes with either a 210mAh battery or a 300mAh battery, depending on the tank capacity that you choose. However, no matter which one you pick, the Lilmon comes with a 1.2Ω coil and will output 9.4W of power for efficient and effective vaporizing of oil and concentrates.

It’s worth noting that the Lilmon is a single use, disposable device. It’s made to be filled once with your material of choice, used until the tank is empty, and then discarded.

  • Size: 60.4mm/67mm x 39.3mm x 13.5mm
  • Weight: 26.5g/35.6g
  • Aluminum Alloy 6063 construction
  • Food Grade PCTG Tank
  • 1.2Ω Resistance
  • 1ml/2ml/3ml Capacity
  • 210mAh/300mAh Rechargeable battery
  • Bottom-Filled
  • Draw activated

Design & Build Quality

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Depending on if you get the 1ml/2ml version of the 3ml version, the Lilmon will be one of two sizes: small or smaller. The width and depth remain the same between the two versions at 39.3mm wide and 13.5mm deep. However, the 3ml version is slightly taller at 67mm versus the 60.4mm height of the 1ml/2ml version. For this review, I’ve been using the 2ml version.

Either way, regardless of which tank capacity you get, the Lilmon is a really tiny vape. It’s easily concealable in my hand and I’ve found it perfect for taking a few covert puffs in public without anyone noticing.

Compared to the Artrix Sip (which I reviewed a few months back) the Lilmon is even better for under-the-radar usage. The short and slim body is perfectly sized and the body is made out of aluminum alloy so it’s durable but light. The 1ml/2ml capacity version weighs 26.5g while the 3ml capacity version weighs 35.6g.

But while it’s easily concealable, the shape could be more ergonomic. Most of the sides are flat and most of the edges are straight. There is one side that is rounded, as well as two rounded corners, but the Lilmon is still uncomfortable in the hand overall. When I make a fist around the device to conceal it, I can feel the straight edges digging into my palm and it’s not exactly a pleasant feeling.

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I’ve had two devices that I’ve been using, one gold and one black. The paint has a satin-matte finish and it’s proven to be durable, resisting scratches and wear during my two weeks of use. The gold color has an Artrix logo, the name of the device (Lilmon), and the capacity printed onto it. The black color, however, is devoid of any logos or branding which gives it a sleeker look. I like both colors but I prefer the simple look of the black one better.

Both colors have a silver metal accent bar on the side of the device which doesn’t serve any actual purpose but it looks cool.

On each side of the Lilmon is a tank viewing window. You can see the entire tank contents through this window so it’s really great for keeping track of how much you’re filling and of how much you have left. The windows are clear and free of any tinting, making it really easy to see inside.

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The mouthpiece, like the rest of the Lilmon, is small and boxy. The corners are rounded and the mouthpiece has a slight slope to it. It’s not the most comfortable mouthpiece that I’ve used but it gets the job done of being a mouthpiece.

The tank for the Lilmon is located on the bottom of the device and seals with a small metal pin. Being a one-time-fill product, this pin is non-removable once inserted. The Type-C charging port is also located on the bottom of the device, next to the tank. A white LED is located next to the charging port.


How to use the Artrix Lilmon

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One of the big pros of the Lilmon is just how easy it is to set up and get started. There is a caveat though; you have to have the right tools if you want to get it filled easily. There’s nothing that you need which isn’t easily found online though, so don’t let this turn you away from this device.

To fill the Lilmon, you’ll want the following:

  • Oil or liquid concentrates
  • A syringe
  • A needle tip with a maximum diameter of 2.5mm (18 gauge)

If you don’t have a syringe or a needle then you can easily get them off Amazon for around $10 or less. The reason that you need the syringe and needle tip is because the filling hole for the Lilmon is really small. It’s not feasible to fill it any other way.

Lucky for me, my local dispensary sells liquid concentrates in syringe applicators. All I had to do was thread on one of the needle tips that I bought onto my applicator and bam, I was in business.

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From here, filling is easy. It’s a matter of sticking the needle into the tank, filling it up, and inserting the pin cap. Specific steps are as follows:

  • Attach the needle tip to your syringe. If you’re using concentrates that come in an applicator (like we have available at dispensaries here in Canada), you can simply screw the needle tip onto the applicator.
  • Insert the needle tip into the filling hole on the bottom of the Lilmon and fill the tank with your oil or concentrate. Keep tabs on how much you’re filling by using the tank viewing windows on the sides of the device.
  • Depending on the consistency of your concentrates, Artrix recommends waiting a set amount of time before snapping in the mouthpiece. If your material is thin, Artrix recommends waiting 90 seconds before snapping in the mouthpiece. For thicker materials, Artrix recommends waiting 180 seconds.
  • Push the metal pin into the filling hole, ensuring to push it all the way down until it is slightly deeper than flush.
  • I recommend waiting an hour or two before vaping in order to allow time for the coil to saturate.
  • After the waiting period is up, simply draw on the mouthpiece to vape.

Performance

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The Lilmon is surprisingly powerful for how small it is. It outputs 9.4W and this is more than enough power to effectively heat up and vaporize thick concentrates or oils. A single puff is all it takes to get it started, after which my next puffs are consistently full and thick.

The 2ml tank version of the Lilmon is the perfect balance between being small and portable and holding enough material. 2ml is a lot of oil or concentrate and, because this is a single-fill device, you want to have enough material in there to last and make it worth using. How long the 2ml capacity will last is going to depend on how heavily you’re using the Lilmon but even for the most frequent users, you’re going to get a few days out of it.

Honestly, the whole experience of using the Lilmon reminded me a lot of my experience with the Sip. The vapor is just as clean, and the vapor is similarly luke-warm. The draw is tight but not too much so, just enough to give a nice amount of restriction to the draw.

I used a personal favorite of mine, grape honey oil, with the Lilmon and you can really taste the grape flavor coming through. The Lilmon certainly isn’t a full sized rig and I won’t lie to you and tell you that the performance is similar, but for the small size and convenience that comes with it, I really can’t complain about the flavor or vapor production.

My one complaint is that the battery indicator is a single color, white. You don’t get a heads up for when the battery is going to die. I recommend charging it each night so that it doesn’t die on you during the day because the 210/300mAh battery really doesn’t last all that long.


Verdict

The Lilmon doesn’t have any advanced features but it’s a simple and convenient way to take your oil or concentrate vaping with you on-the-go. The 9.4W output is ample power for a good experience when you’re not at home and the Lilmon really impressed me with the flavor and amount of vapor that it produces.

Being as small as it is, the Lilmon does make some sacrifices, mainly battery life and adjustability. The battery isn’t likely to last more than a day of consistent use and there’s no way to adjust the power output or alter the airflow. Yes, it’s rechargeable, but who wants to (or even remembers) to recharge their device every day.

If long battery life, adjustable power and adjustable airflow are must-haves, the Lilmon won’t be the right fit for you. However, if you value portability and convenience and want a decent device to use out of the house, the Lilmon is the perfect candidate.

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Robert Barnes

Robert is the Senior Editor for News and Reviews here at Versed Vaper. Robert previously worked in tech journalism and even wrote commercials. Initially, he joined our team to cover important vaping industry news. Now, he oversees and produces news, reviews, and deals content across a wide variety of topics ranging from law and policy changes, ENDS (Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems) products and Cannabis and CBD vaping products. When he’s not keeping track of all the latest vaping trends, he can most likely be found marathoning television series or playing with his awesome dog, Lupa.

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