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Bmor Singa Disposable Review: Some of the Tastiest Flavors I’ve Tried!

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BMOR Singa Disposables

4.2/5

8.4

Design — 7.0
Build Quality — 8.0
Performance — 9.0
Flavor — 9.5

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CONS

Our Verdict

I know I’m about to start off strong but these devices are great. They are well built, solid and not too large. Their best feature though, and probably the most important, is that they are among the best flavored and most tasty disposables I have personally tried. For anyone looking to quit smoking, I think the tight MTL draw on the Singa is spot on.

The device itself is a little on the larger side of disposables but they do have a lot to offer. 14ml of ejuice is a large amount. You should have no issue reaching the advertised 6000 puff count and you’ll get to use these devices for a number of days, or even weeks, before they run out of ejuice. 

The Singa does come with some cons though, mainly that the mouthpiece is on an awkward angle and these do not have a recharge option. I personally don’t see these as deal breakers myself but some may.

If you are looking to quit smoking or just looking for a great flavored disposable that comes with no fuss, then the Singa disposable are definitely worth checking out. 

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BMOR Vape is a newer company trying to make their mark in the disposable vape industry. Their website states that they are committed to focusing on producing high-quality vape products that also offer unique designs and the latest in technology. They also use an independent laboratory that tests all of their products and ensures that every part is strictly inspected and meets quality control.

We have not reviewed any other products from BMOR Vape before, but their website shows that they offer many other disposable options like the “Yolo”, “Ringo” and “Saturn”. It appears as though they only offer one pod kit option, hilariously named the “Sober”.

For this review I have the Singa disposable which has a lot to offer at first glance. The device itself is rather nice looking and you might almost mistake it for a pod device. It comes prefilled with 14ml of ejuice and delivers up to 6000 puffs. The Singa is not rechargeable but with the 1400mAh battery you should have no problem using up all of the ejuice before the battery dies.


Specifications

  • 1400mAh battery
  • 50mg nicotine strength
  • Up to 6000 puffs
  • Prefilled with 14ml of ejuice
  • LEMT Mesh Coil
  • 1.4Ω coil resistance
  • 10 Flavors

Design & Build Quality

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BMOR Singa disposables are pretty standard when it comes to the size of disposable vapes these days. I would have to say it isn’t small but it isn’t the largest disposable I have gotten my hands on. It may be a little big to carry multiples around with you on your person but if you have a bag, you should have no problem carrying more than one. 

The Singa disposable comes prefilled with 14ml of ejuice. As I mentioned previously, the 1400mAh battery should have no issue with being able to deliver a satisfying draw until the ejuice runs out. BMOR claims you should be able to reach up to 6000 puffs with this device.

The design of these devices are a little eye-catching. To me, they look a lot like the Geekvape Aegis Boost. They aren’t nearly as wide but the entire design and even so much as the lines and detailing look exactly the same. I guess there are only so many things you can do to make a device different before you start running out of ideas. 

The BMOR Singa is the world’s first disposable vape with “One-Tri Tech” technology which basically means that they use one mold to create the device using two materials, and in three styles. The entire device is all one piece and comes in black with each flavor coinciding with a color that is used for the “metal-like” bezel (the bezel seems to be made of plastic, however BMOR calls it “metal-like” on their website).

The device has a soft-touch silicone flat front with the flavor labeled at the very top. The Singa logo is printed down the entire device and there is a small BMOR logo at the very bottom on the right side. The font is also raised giving extra grip to the device. 

Above the silicone front piece you will find the shiny “metal-like” bezel that makes the device stand out. The color of the panel coincides with the flavor of the disposable you choose. The panel also wraps around the entire device, visible from the front, back and both sides.

On either side of the device the silicone rubber wraps around the sides from the front of the device. It also has raised lines which give the device even more grip. This grip also wraps around to the back of the device, much like the bezel.

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The back of the Singa features a leather feeling grip in the center which makes the device more comfortable and easier to hold. I can’t exactly say that these materials feel quite premium as they all feel very plastic-like to me, especially the bezel. 

As I have stated in past reviews, mouthpieces are what can be a deal-breaker for me. If a device has a user-friendly mouthpiece then I am happy. The mouthpiece on the Singa disposable is duckbill shaped, and was comfortable to use. However, I would have rather it been turned at a 90° angle as I hold the device with my thumb resting on the flat panel front. If you do as well, you will have to be mindful that you will have to turn the device to vape comfortably.

There is a blue LED on the bottom of the device that lights up when you are using the device and I had no issue with that either. It isn’t very bright and is super discreet if that is something you are concerned about.

The Singa comes with a 1.4Ω mesh coil that is created using LEM Technology. In a nutshell, LEMT (or Laser Engraving Mesh Technology) means that they cut the mesh coil using a laser rather than eroding it by liquid. They claim that this delivers a more rich flavor until the ejuice runs out. I have to say the flavor on these disposables are among some of the best I have tried. I can’t exactly say that this is due to the LEMT coil but they are doing something right.

The Singa is draw activated and there are no buttons. It is a super simple device that is easy enough to use for someone just starting but offers even the most experienced vaper a satisfying draw. As they state on their website they want this device to be known for: “No Refilling, No Charging, No Button, No Fuss”, just pick it up and use it.

The BMOR Singa is an all-in-all well built device. I had no issues with any breaking or leaking. This was one device I didn’t drop a ton of times accidentally but I did do a drop test and the Singa passed with no issues. The device also has no noticeable scratches and continues to function well.


Flavors

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The BMOR Singa disposable vapes come in 10 different flavors. For the purpose of this review I have 4 different flavors to tell you all about.

I’m going to describe how each flavor tastes to me and what I think of them. Keep in mind that just because I like a flavor does not mean that you will like it, and vice-versa. This is solely my subjective opinion.

Watermelon Peach Mango

This flavor is an explosive one. As soon as you take a draw you can taste a mix of watermelon, peach and a light taste of mango. Long after you exhale you can taste the watermelon and peach. I really enjoyed this mix and it has the perfect amount of sweetness. 

Blue Razz Lemonade

Another great mix by BMOR with this flavor. The blueberry takes the main stage with this flavor with a subtle raspberry lemonade to finish it off. This is one of the better blue razz lemonade disposables I have tried. This one is a little bit sweeter but all around really tasty.

Banana Ice

Much like other Banana Ice flavored disposables this one tastes exactly like a banana popsicle and I am in love. It is very tasty and just a little sweet. I didn’t notice any menthol or ice chill. 

Strawberry Ice
Fresh picked strawberries. This flavor tastes so naturally sweet and delicious. I have to admit I did really like one as well. Like the Banana Ice flavor, I didn’t notice any menthol or ice chill though. 

Black Currant
This one takes the cake. You can taste the berry flavor explode in your mouth as soon as you inhale and the flavor lands on the tongue and rests there long after you exhale. This is a great flavor for the summer. The black currant flavor is not too sweet either and was my favorite of the bunch. 


How Do They Vape?

BMOR Singa Disposables

The Singa disposable is filled with 14ml of ejuice and will get you up to 6000 puffs from each device. That is a lot of ejuice and with the 1400mAh battery you can expect to get many days of use. 

The Singa disposable offers an excellent tight MTL draw that closely emulates the draw of a cigarette. That vapor is thick and warm and delivers excellent flavor. That draw is also very smooth and the throat hit was not harsh at all. 

I had absolutely no issues while using the Singa disposables. The devices functioned well and still continue to provide excellent flavor. Also, the devices had no issues with leaking and the draw activated firing worked correctly the entire time.


Verdict

I know I’m about to start off strong but these devices are great. They are well built, solid and not too large. Their best feature though, and probably the most important, is that they are among the best flavored and most tasty disposables I have personally tried. For anyone looking to quit smoking, I think the tight MTL draw on the Singa is spot on.

The device itself is a little on the larger side of disposables but they do have a lot to offer. 14ml of ejuice is a large amount. You should have no issue reaching the advertised 6000 puff count and you’ll get to use these devices for a number of days, or even weeks, before they run out of ejuice. 

The Singa does come with some cons though, mainly that the mouthpiece is on an awkward angle and these do not have a recharge option. I personally don’t see these as deal breakers myself but some may.

If you are looking to quit smoking or just looking for a great flavored disposable that comes with no fuss, then the Singa disposable are definitely worth checking out.

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Danielle Alhiraki

I started vaping in 2014 to quit smoking cigarettes. Many tries later, and I've been smoke free since 2015. Going from being a pack a day smoker, vaping changed my life for the better. Now, I want to help other smokers make the switch.

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