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Digiflavor Geekbar LUSH Review: 20K Puffs of Rich Flavor

Digiflavor Geekbar Lush

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4.0

Excellent

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The bottom line

Digiflavor’s first disposable vape has a lot to offer. If your criteria for an ideal disposable is a device that offers a lot of puffs and good performance, there aren’t many devices that are going to beat it. There are only fifteen flavors available now but they’re all pretty safe bets and I liked four of the five that I tried.

The huge, full color, high definition display is nice and all but there’s so much more that could have been with it. This is also a beefy disposable so take that into consideration if you like small and portable vapes. The 820mAh battery is no doubt a reason for the larger size though and it lasts for days of vaping so it’s a trade of size for battery power.

So would I recommend the Digiflavor Geekbar Lush? I can’t say that size, missed opportunity with the screen, or the lack of percentage indicators are enough to write-off the Lush so yes, it gets my recommendation.

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There’s another extremely high-puff count disposable in town and it comes from two big names in vaping.

Digiflavor was once an independent vaping brand that produced a bunch of hit rebuildable tanks but it was acquired by Geekvape in recent years. Geekvape, of course, owns Geekbar.

The LUSH is a collaboration between Digiflavor and Geekbar, which is a little confusing considering both companies are under the Geekvape umbrella.

As far as I know, this is the first disposable under the Digiflavor brand but far from the first disposable by Geekbar. Some of their disposables include the Geek Bar Pulse 15000, the Meloso Pro, and the B5000.

In any case, this is a disposable vape that is pushing the limits for the amount of puffs and features that a disposable can provide. The LUSH has two output modes and offers up to 20,000 puffs per device. It also has a huge 820mAh battery with extremely quick Type-C charging. Last but not least, the LUSH has a giant display which is an actual screen; not just a readout of your battery and ejuice levels.

I’ve really been enjoying using the LUSH over the past few weeks and it’s right up there with the Geek Bar Pulse for the best disposable vape that I’ve used from Geekbar. However, it’s not going to be for everyone and there are some things to be aware of. Read this full review to learn everything that you need to know about the Digiflavor Geekbar LUSH.

  • Size: 90mm x 51mm x 28mm
  • Weight: 96g
  • Filled with 18ml of ejuice
  • Dual Mesh Coil
  • Two-level wattage adjustment
  • 820mAh Rechargeable battery
  • Type-C Charging
  • 10000/20000 Puffs per device
  • 5% Nicotine content
  • Draw activated
  • MTL draw
  • 15 Flavors

Design & Build Quality

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One thing about the LUSH that is hard to overlook is its sheer size. It’s huge! It’s a beefy disposable vape at 90mm tall, 51mm wide and 28mm thick. The boxy shape doesn’t do it any favors either and it really feels like I’m holding a huge device when I pick it up to vape. This isn’t a disposable that I can palm, nor do I think any other person with human-sized hands will be able to conceal it either.

It’s a cool looking vape though, especially because of the 1.5” “mega-screen” that sits on the front. Unlike a lot of other disposables with ‘displays’ (which are really just percentage readouts of your battery and ejuice levels), this here is a full fledged screen that plays an animation each time that you take a draw. 

After the animation is done playing, the screen displays a stationary symbol that says “Dynamic” as well as your ejuice and battery level readouts. These readouts are composed of nine bars for each level but there’s no percentage indicator which is disappointing to see on a screen that can display pretty much anything. Due to the lack of percentage readouts, and because there are nine bars instead of ten, it’s a mystery as to where exactly your battery and ejuice levels are sitting.

I also can’t help but think that more could have been done with the screen and device in general. Although it looks nice, the large, full-color screen is kind of overkill for just displaying ambiguous ejuice and battery levels. The only thing I can think of is that Digiflavor might release themes in the future that you can change. They haven’t mentioned this to us directly though so this is just speculation on my part.

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The rest of the Geekbar Lush is as nice as the screen is. It’s made primarily of plastic with a thick aluminum band that runs around the top of the device. Each flavor is a completely different color. The back of the device has a cool plastic panel that is slightly different for each flavor too. There’s a city skyline that is the same for each device but the background changes depending on the flavor. For example, Blue Razz Ice has a mountain overshadowing the city skyline and Sour Apple Jolly Rancher has a trippy, wavy sky with stars. I like that this panel is textured and it looks pretty cool.

The top of the Lush is made of clear plastic with a diagonal line design. There’s a lanyard anchor spot here but no lanyard included with the package. The mouthpiece is located right next to the lanyard anchor and it’s clear as well.

Something that I picked up on with these is that Digiflavor is going for a bit of a gaming theme with these. Advertisements that I’ve seen for the Lush have the slogan “Flavor Player One” and the picture on the display looks like a person with a VR headset on. There’s also little controller symbols on the back panel: △, o, x, □. 

My verdict on the design is that it’s nice and attractive but the overall size and weight of the device are things to keep in mind if you value portability in your disposable. The build quality is good and I didn’t find any imperfections of any of my Lush devices.


Features

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The Geekbar Lush is a pretty simple disposable – you inhale on the mouthpiece to vape and that’s pretty much it. But although there isn’t a lot to adjust, there are actually a number of specs and features to go over.

The most obvious feature is the “mega-screen” that I talked about in the previous section. This screen works hand-in-hand with the two-level adjustable output switch that is located on the bottom of the Lush. There are three settings: OFF, Regular, and Dynamic. 

The middle mode is regular which will get you the advertised 20,000 puffs from the Lush. Pushing the switch all the way will put the Lush into Dynamic mode which produces a more powerful draw and slightly more airflow. In Dynamic mode the puff count is cut in half to 10,000 puffs.

In the center of the display, between the ejuice and battery level bars, there is a D that lights up when Dynamic mode is selected.

Again, I think that more could have been done with a screen of this size and with this much detail so it’s a bit of a missed opportunity for Digiflavor. Also, a feature that I would have liked is the ability to turn off the screen while vaping. The animation is cool and all but it attracts attention. 

Each Lush comes filled with 18ml of ejuice in 5% nicotine strength. This is the only strength available. There’s also a huge 820mAh battery inside of each one which recharges with Type-C charging. I’ve been able to get days of use from a full charge so the big battery is nice to have.

The Lush uses dual mesh coils to vaporize the ejuice when you take a puff. As far as I understand, the coils work back and forth to minimize the strain on any single coil and thus provide good performance that can last for the whole 20,000 puffs without losing flavor. In Dynamic mode the coils work at a higher wattage output which I can really feel.

There’s also a 6 second cutoff if you draw on the device for too long in order to prevent burning of the coils. Digiflavor/Geekbar call this the “6 second flavor guardian” which is an interesting name for this feature.


Flavors

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At launch there are fifteen flavors available for the Digiflavor Geekbar Lush. They’re all fruit flavors with the exception of Miami Mint, Cool Mint, and Sour Apple Jolly Rancher. There are four ‘ice’ flavors and no tobacco, drink, or dessert flavors.

The flavor options right now seem a bit narrow but they’re mostly ‘safe’ flavors that you’ve probably seen from other brands. There are a few mysteries like Manion Twist, White Fusion, and Green Desert but also more familiar flavors like Watermelon Ice, Blue Razz Ice, Raspberry Zing and Berry Bomb.

I’m going to describe how five of these flavors taste to me and what I think of them. However, keep in mind that just because I like a flavor that does not mean that you will like it. Similarly, if I don’t like a flavor this does not mean that you will not like it. This is solely my subjective opinion.

Blue Razz Ice

This version of blue razz is perfectly sweet on the inhale without tasting too artificial. The exhale and aftertaste are where the blue razz flavor really defines itself and comes in with a bit of tang. The level of coolness is at about a 5; just enough to feel but not overpowering. This isn’t a candied blue razz and it’s not too sweet so it’s perfect if you’re wanting a more mellow but still tasty version.

Berry Bomb

It’s hard for me to describe the fruit flavors here but I think that I taste a bit of raspberry, strawberry, and perhaps blackberries. It’s a berry flavor that is really mixed and really fruity. Berry Bomb is sweeter than most of the other flavors that I tried and really summery and full of flavor. 

Strawberry Fab

Strong natural strawberries and a milkshake flavor are what Strawberry Fab brings to the table. I like this flavor because the milkshake flavor isn’t overdone and so it doesn’t have that weird, nasty taste that a lot of other ice cream and milkshake flavors have. It’s sweet but good.

Sour Apple Jolly Rancher

I thought that this would be a flavor that I would really love but it’s just not right. A sweet and sour apple flavor comes in immediately upon inhaling and it tastes like jolly ranchers but it’s too sour. This really messes up the entire flavor profile for me and stops me from wanting to vape on this flavor.

Green Desert

You read that right; desert with one r. This flavor is really neat as I taste peach, roses, and maybe apricot. Since there are no flavor descriptions on Digiflavors website this is my best guess. It’s a refreshing vape and I even get some cooling from this one too.


How do they vape?

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Coming from two major brands in vaping, I expected the Lush to be good and it did not disappoint. I’ve used the Geekbar Pulse pretty extensively as my personal go-to disposable vape and the Lush vapes almost exactly the same. As far as the performance and vaping experience, the Lush is basically a rebranded Pulse in a different shell.

The Lush is only available in 50mg nicotine strength so it’s quite the doozy to vape on if you’re not used to the strength. Even if you are, Dynamic mode really delivers heavy vapor and a strong draw which I had a hard time vaping on consistently. Regular mode is more than enough for me to get a satisfying draw from the Lush and the flavor is more than ample.

There’s a slight change in the draw when switching from Regular mode to Dynamic mode but it’s not all that different. The draw in regular mode is a MTL draw that is on the loose side. Dynamic mode makes it a bit looser to the point that a restricted direct lung draw is possible. The intensified draw and vapor balance out the looser draw though with increased warmth too. Everything considered, I still preferred the draw in regular mode.

After recharging my blue razz ice device at least five times, I’m impressed that the flavor hasn’t changed. The draw also doesn’t get any weaker as the battery gets low which is a nice feature to have.


Verdict

Digiflavor’s first disposable vape has a lot to offer. If your criteria for an ideal disposable is a device that offers a lot of puffs and good performance, there aren’t many devices that are going to beat it. There are only fifteen flavors available now but they’re all pretty safe bets and I liked four of the five that I tried.

The huge, full color, high definition display is nice and all but there’s so much more that could have been with it. This is also a beefy disposable so take that into consideration if you like small and portable vapes. The 820mAh battery is no doubt a reason for the larger size though and it lasts for days of vaping so it’s a trade of size for battery power.

So would I recommend the Digiflavor Geekbar Lush? I can’t say that size, missed opportunity with the screen, or the lack of percentage indicators are enough to write-off the Lush so yes, it gets my recommendation.

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Jamie Gann

Jamie is a Staff Writer for Versed Vaper with nearly 10 years of industry experience. After being a smoker for several years, Jamie discovered vaping when a friend bought him his first setup. Before joining the team, he spent three years as the Manager of a local vape shop, gaining practical experience with everything from pod vapes to rebuildable atomizers. He has also previously worked as a freelance writer for other tech and vaping media websites. Jamie now uses his knowledge and experience to educate others through his reviews. You’ll find Jamie on the weekend, toolkit in hand, surrounded by box mods, wicks, and wires, trying to get the perfect cloud.

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