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Lost Vape Ursa Baby Review: Another Great Device from Lost Vape

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Lost Vape Ursa Baby

4.4/5

8.8

Design — 8.5
Build Quality — 9.0
Pods — 8.5
Performance — 9.0
Flavor — 9.0
Battery Life — 9.0

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Our Verdict

The Ursa Baby is another great pod vape by Lost Vape. The performance is similar to the Ursa Nano, but this device gives you the option of a very tight MTL draw if that’s what you’re into. Personally, it’s too tight for me but the option is there. I prefer using the Ursa Baby on the other airflow setting as that’s where I feel it really shines. The flavor is excellent and the draw is a good MTL draw.

The pod life is also great. You can easily expect two weeks out of each pod and maybe more depending on how much or how little you vape. The pods wick well and can handle 50/50 to 70VG without any issues.

On top of the performance, the design is attractive and interesting. You don’t see many clear pod vapes out there and so it’s something different that sets the Ursa Baby apart. At the least, it will be a conversation starter among any vaping friends.

If you currently own the Ursa Nano then I would suggest passing on the Ursa Baby; it’s just too similar. However, if you’re looking for a new pod vape with a good MTL draw and good flavor, I can easily recommend the Ursa Baby.

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The Ursa Baby is Lost Vape’s latest small pod device. Setting the Ursa Baby apart from its competitors is its transparent shell, which allows you to see the inner-workings of the vape.

The Ursa Baby is meant for MTL vaping and has an airflow control slider that can be adjusted for either a loose or tight MTL draw. This is a draw activated device and it’s super simple to use because there are no buttons or settings to adjust. 

The Ursa Baby can fire at up to 18W and automatically adjusts the wattage based on the pod that you use. It also packs an 800mAh battery that is rechargeable through a Type-C port on the bottom of the device.

Lost Vape are no strangers to the pod vape scene. Some of their recent releases include the UB Lite Pod kit, the Ursa Nano, and Orion Mini. Is the Ursa Baby another Lost Vape pod device that is worth picking up?


Box Contents

  • 1 x Ursa Baby Pod Device
  • 1 x 0.8Ω Ursa Nano Pod
  • 1 x Type-C Charging Cable
  • 1 x Lanyard
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Warranty Card

Specifications

 
  • Size: 68.5mm x 47mm x 16mm
  • Pod Capacity: 2.5ml
  • Battery: 800mAh
  • Power Range: 9-18W
  • Type-C Charging
  • Draw Activated
  • Replaceable Pods
  • Compatible with Ursa Nano Pods

Design & Build Quality

  • Lost Vape Ursa Baby Pod Device 3

When I first pulled the Ursa Baby out of the box, I couldn’t help but be reminded of other popular pod vapes that I’ve used. Rather than going with a radical new shape and design for the Ursa Baby, Lost Vape has decided to stick with the tried-and-true, square form factor. This makes the Ursa Baby similar to the Uwell Caliburn AK2, Vaporesso XROS Nano, and Drag Nano 2. In fact, they’re all just about the same size too. The Ursa Baby is 68.5mm tall, 47mm wide, and 16mm deep; a nice size for a pod device.

Most of the edges are rounded so it looks good, and it’s also a comfortable device to hold in your hand. But the shape isn’t what you’ll notice about this device. The most standout design element of the Ursa Baby is its transparent shell. There are 6 colors available, and each one has a different colored tint for the shell. They are all still transparent though. Each color also comes with a different wrap on the battery which is pretty cool.

I received the Black Clear and Amber Clear colors for this review. The Black Clear has a light black tinted shell, similar to the pod but not nearly as dark. The battery wrap has two skulls with almost tribal decorations. The Amber Clear has an amber tinted shell and alien-like symbols on the battery wrap. I like all of the colors; the battery wraps are cool and being able to see the inner-workings of the device is very neat.

Looking through the transparent shell you can see the wires that connect to the positive and negative pin connections for the pod. If you look on the bottom of the device, you can also see these connections coming out of the bottom of the battery. You can also see the quest chipset. But the coolest thing (to me) is that you can see the airflow control slider and how it works.

The airflow control slider is small and located on the side of the Ursa Baby. Inside, you can see silicone lining the inside of the airflow control knob, as well as just under the pod. If you look inside the pod connection you’ll see a series of holes: 3 holes on one side, and 1 hole on the other. 

With the airflow set to the bottom position, airflow is allowed through the 3 airflow holes and this delivers a slightly tight MTL draw. With the airflow slider in the up position, the pathway to these 3 airflow holes is blocked and this leads to a very tight MTL draw.

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Up to this point, I’ve talked very positively about the clear plastic shell and for the most part, it’s a plus for me. However, the downside is that this shell scratches and scuffs very, very easily. Everyday use quickly leads to many small scratches on the shell and this is made even more obvious because the shell is clear. I wasn’t even particularly rough with the Ursa Baby so you can expect this scratching to happen eventually, even if you’re careful. 

There’s a lanyard anchor point on the top corner of the Ursa Baby and Lost Vape includes a nice lanyard in the packaging. It’s a black and white lanyard with ‘Lost Vape’ written in graffiti font. The Ursa Baby is light enough to carry around on your neck without causing any fatigue so this is how I kept it on me most of the time.


Pods

  • Lost Vape Ursa Baby Pod

The Ursa Baby comes with only a single pod: a 0.8Ω pod. This pod has a 2.5ml capacity and the coil is non-removable. I’m always disappointed when a pod device doesn’t include at least two pods and unfortunately that’s the case here. I highly recommend picking up a pack of pods if you purchase the Ursa Baby.

The Ursa Baby uses the same pods as the Ursa Nano. In total you have two options for pods: the 0.8Ω pod that comes with the Ursa Baby, and the 1.0Ω pod for the Ursa Nano which is sold separately. Not a lot of options for pods but if they perform well then this isn’t that big of a deal.

The pods are dark tinted so it’s hard to see your ejuice inside without removing it from the device. Even when it’s removed in order to fill, it’s still difficult to see how much you’re filling up. If you’re not near a light source, good luck.

The pod has a big rubber seal that is easy to pop out and the fill port is a nice size. The rubber seal nicely plugs off the fill hole and I have not had any leaking or seepage from this area.

The pods attach magnetically to the device. The magnets are strong enough to hold the pod in the device without worry of it coming out accidentally, but there is a slight amount of wiggle with the pod inserted.

All-in-all, pretty standard pods. Nothing new or really innovative about them but they work as intended.


Battery and Charging

Lost Vape Ursa Baby Pod Battery

Like the Ursa Nano, the Ursa Baby has an 800mAh built-in battery. The battery life is pretty good with this device and so I’ve found myself charging every other day. A full charge usually lasts me through a whole day and-then-some of vaping, depending on how much I’m drawing on the device.

The Ursa Baby has an LED light that will light up in one of three colors depending on the battery life. This LED lights up whenever you take a draw, or when you insert/remove the pod. Because of the clear shell, the LED looks particularly cool. These three colors are:

  • Red: <3.7V
  • Blue: 3.7-3.9V
  • Green: 3.9V+

Lost Vape Ursa Baby Pod Device Charging Port

The Type-C port is located on the bottom of the device and recharges the Ursa Baby rather quickly. It takes just around an hour to fully charge from dead, which is not bad at all. The Ursa Baby also has pass-thru charging so you can vape on it while it recharges.


Performance

Lost Vape Ursa Baby Pod Device 1

Cool looks aside, let’s talk about the most important aspect of the Ursa Baby a.k.a its performance. I only had the 0.8Ω pod for this review so this is the pod I will be using to judge the performance. It’s also what you can expect from the Ursa Baby out of the box.

The main thing to keep in mind with this device is that it’s very similar to the Ursa Nano. Sure, it has a different design, but it uses the same pods. The main difference is the draw. When set to the tightest airflow settings, it takes a good amount of effort to draw and it’s very, very tight. To me, this isn’t all that enjoyable. I also find it severely limits the flavor because there isn’t enough airflow. However, the other airflow setting is the redeeming feature of the Ursa Baby.

With the airflow set to the ‘looser’ setting, the draw is still a tight MTL draw but you don’t have to struggle to get a vape in. Flavor is very good and it’s an enjoyable pod to vape with. The draw activation is good, responsive, and consistent.

I used 30/35mg nicotine salt ejuices with ratios of 50/50 and 70VG. This pod wicked them all great and never struggled to keep up, even with chain vaping. I also did not have the pod leak at all. Underneath the pod, in the battery connector, has remained bone dry the entire time that I’ve been using this pod. 

Finally, coil life is great. I’ve been using the same pod for about 2 weeks and only now am I starting to taste some reduction in flavor and performance. Two weeks of consistent vaping out of a single pod is excellent and means that each pack of pods will last you a long time. The value is definitely there.


Verdict

The Ursa Baby is another great pod vape by Lost Vape. The performance is similar to the Ursa Nano, but this device gives you the option of a very tight MTL draw if that’s what you’re into. Personally, it’s too tight for me but the option is there. I much rather prefer using the Ursa Baby on the other airflow setting as that’s where I feel it really shines. The flavor is excellent and the draw is a good MTL draw.

The pod life is also great. You can easily expect two weeks out of each pod and maybe more depending on how much or how little you vape. The pods wick well and can handle 50/50 to 70VG without any issues.

On top of the performance, the design is attractive and interesting. You don’t see many clear pod vapes out there and so it’s something different that sets the Ursa Baby apart. At the least, it will be a conversation starter among any vaping friends.

If you currently own the Ursa Nano then I would suggest passing on the Ursa Baby; it’s just too similar. However, if you’re looking for a new pod vape with a good MTL draw and good flavor, I can easily recommend the Ursa Baby.

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Robert Barnes

For both health and financial reasons, I knew I had to quit smoking cigarettes. At a certain point I felt as if I had tried everything and it was too difficult to quit cold-turkey. That's when I found vaping and I've been off the stinkies ever since! I love testing and reviewing the latest vaping gadgets, marathoning television series and playing with my awesome dog Lupa.

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