SMOK Trinity Alpha Vs. The Lost Vape Orion DNA Kit
SMOK released the Trinity Alpha pod system in April 2019 and vape enthusiast can't help but notice the vape's uncanny resemblance to The Lost Vape Orion DNA Kit released in 2018. Although the design may be quite similar, each device has unique specs of their own that need to be considered when choosing between the two. Let's review the SMOK Trinity Alpha and The Lost Vape Orion to better understand the differences and which device is best fitting for your vaping needs.
Lost Vape Orion DNA Kit
The most prominent feature of The Lost Cape Orion DNA is the integrated DNA Go chip with the capability of using eScribe that allows incredible customization. There is a Replay Functionality that saves the most recent desired output even after powering off the device. The Lost Vape Orion is powered by built -in 950mAh rechargeable lithium polymer battery . The 3 power modes are low, medium, and high with a maximum output of 40W. Replacement pods have a e-liquid capacity of 2ml with two coil options which are the 0.25 ohm coil that offers massive clouds and the 0.5ohm provides great flavor. The Lost Vape Orion body is made with sturdy stainless steel and carbon fiber material with elegant colors and integrated the square box design for compact pod systems. Although The Lost Vape Orion has impressive specs and one of the most modern advancements in terms of pod system vaping technology, the price is pretty hefty and the eScribe feature has a learning curve. But once mastered, The Lost Vape Orion DNA optimizes in amazing performance.
|Proprietary Pods 0.5 ohm/ 0.25ohm||eScribe Not User Friendly|
|Threaded Top-Fill Port|
|950 mAh battery|
|DNA Chip/ Replay Mode|
SMOK Trinity Alpha
The Trinity Alpha has a few incredible features of its own. It has a powerful 1000 mAh rechargeable battery and three different modes: S(soft), N(Normal), and H(Hard) that range from 15 to 30 watts. The Trinity Alpha design is heavily influenced by the The Lost Vape Orion yet have certain advantages. The pod itself has a e-juice capacity of 2.8 ml with a slide-to-open style filling cap compared to the screw fill cap on the The Lost Vape Orion. The body of the device is made with zinc alloy material making it 3 grams lighter than its competitor. Coils included with the Trinity Alpha kit are 0.6 ohm and 0.8 ohm, however Nord coils that come in 1.4 ceramic or regular coils are compatible with device. This allows users to have more options and can switch from MTL to DL comfortably. Although the Trinity Alpha does not have a DNA chip, it is simple, affordable, and will fulfill any basic vaping needs. Beginners or those you simply love to vape will enjoy this device.
|1000 mAh Battery||No Adjustable Airflow|
|Soft, Normal, hard Modes||Fill Port Close to Drip Tip|
|Nord Compatible Coils|
|Threaded Top-Fill Port|
|Pod Easily Slides Out|
|Push-to-Slide Fill Cap|
Both pod systems are great devices with their own benefits. If you are willing to spend the money, The Lost Vape Orion is the worth the investment. The DNA chip gives the device excellent performance and quality. If you are looking for a vape with a great price and basic vaping requirements, the Trinity Alpha would be the best choice especially if you're not interested in using the eScribe capabilities.
For more information about the SMOK Trinity Alpha, click here.
For more information about the Lost Vape Orion DNA Kit click here.