Daily Vaper: Lost Vape Paranormal DNA75C Mod Review

Kevin Krilla | Vape Reporter

Lost Vape’s newest mod, the Paranormal DNA75C mod is a spectacular looking device. I must say that many of Lost Vape’s mods are very well built, quality pieces of equipment. This one is no different. Besides the quality physical structure, inside, it is equipped with Evolv’s DNA75 computer chip. This is just another major plus. It comes in 12 different color combinations including carbon fiber. Overall, the Paranormal is similar to Lost Vape’s Therion vape mod, which we’ve reviewed. The main difference is the battery door cover. The Paranormal has its battery door on the bottom which is a sliding spring loaded cover.

The Paranormal DNA75C mod is supported by two 18650 batteries with a magnetic cover, which is easy to install and replace. It looks to have a clear OLED menu screen and a 510 connector up top. Both features are favored in the vaping world. It is built to have an ergonomic feel and compact size, another major upside.

The video review concludes that the Paranormal DNA75C is in fact a well built, quality mod. It has multiple colors and materials that make up the device. We learn that tanks of 25mm in diameter will sit flush atop the mod. “It has been a joy to use this device. I am a huge fan of Lost Vape’s products. Now that they changed the battery door cover that is on the Therion, it is a much better mod,” he says. He says there is not much to complain about. It’s solid, well built, has amazing 510 connector, and it’s comfortable to hold and use. It has a nice grip, replaceable panels, a long battery life, and a DNA chip. On the negative side, resistance isn’t properly set, and it needs to be adjusted through Escribe software.

Original Lost Vape Paranormal DNA75C Mod —¬†$145.74

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Kevin Krilla

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