Daily Vaper: Lost Vape Triade Review

Kevin Krilla | Vape Reporter

Lost Vape’s Triade mod has the DNA200 chip and a maximum of 200 watts of output. In April we reviewed Think Vape’s Finder DNA250 mod, which was compared to the Triade throughout the review. Vapers familiar with Evolv’s DNA chip are well aware of its popularity and efficiency. The Triade has a three-18650 battery structure, which was inspired by the Reuleaux RX200. It is made of die cast zinc alloy and leather, and it includes a carrying case with an old Celtic symbol for triade – which in old Gaelic translates to “triple.” The Triade is customizable and has upgradeable output capability via a USB port.

The video review for Lost Vape’s Triade is an overall positive one. The reviewer says,”The Triade has the amazing DNA200 computer chip and is decently built by Lost Vape. It is definitely comparable to the Wismec Reuleaux DNA but cooler in a sense of looks.” A rating of 7/10 was given for the Triade; the only negative aspects indicated were its weight and tank placement atop the mod. The reviewer demonstrates the overall high quality of this mod. Lost Vape didn’t skimp on any of its features. From the style and design to its build quality, the Triade doesn’t miss a beat.

Lost Vape Triade DNA200 Mod — $139.90

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Kevin Krilla

Vape Reporter

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