Onevape Lambo Pod System Review
The Onevape Lambo Pod System is the latest AIO pod kit from Onevape who appears to be a new manufacturer in vaping. The Lambo Pod System features solid construction, an integrated 360 mAh rechargeable battery, and a slew of protections for the optimal pod mod device for nicotine salts. It’s available in 4 colors, Black, Silver, Gold, and Rainbow.
Onevape Lambo Pod System Specs & Features
- Diameter: 65 x 45.5 x 15mm
- Capacity: 2ml
- Coil: 1.6ohm coil
- Battery: Built-in 360mAh
- Power: 7-12W
- Input Voltage: 3.3-4.2V
- Material: Zinc Alloy/PC/Plastic/Carbon Fiber
- Irregular design with multiple surfaces
- Circulating convection airflow
- Three-color LED indicator
- Battery protections for safe vape
- Charge Specs; 5V/500mA
- Weight 65g
Onevape Lambo Pod System Packing List
- Onevape Lambo
- Two 2ml 1.6-ohm pods
- USB Cable
- User Manual
Onevape Lambo Pod System Rundown
The Onevape Lambo Pod System is an AIO (all-in-one) Pod kit that has removable pods but the coil is built into the pod itself like the Innokin EQ or Vaporesso Revonva Zero.
It’s tiny in size and smaller than most pod systems measuring only 65mm tall by 45.5mm wide and 15mm thick. It’s a unique style pod kit that reminds me of a smaller Innokin DV Pod or smaller Smoant Karat Pod, which includes 1 coil option. The device has no buttons to turn on or off and uses the simple inhale to fire design like the popular JUUL and other pod systems like the Renova Zero and Eleaf Elven.
It features an LED on the front behind the clear “one” logo that is blue when vaping and when charging will be red then turn green when it’s full. Sadly there is no battery meter on it but it’ll blink 10 times when it’s dead. It also changes colors when the safety features kick in each feature having their own color.
Onevape Lambo Pod System Rundown Continued
The charge rate for the device of 500mA or 0.5A charging. The charge I got was 0.47A-0.5A during charging so good rating there. It also charges in less than 1 hour and has passthrough vaping.
Speaking of the battery size, it’s listed at 360 mAh which is already a little on the small side for a pod system with many being 600 or more unless they are really tiny, but I tested it at 353 mAh capacity so really good rating there as well.
Seeing the juice level is kind of easy. Since the pod makes up the whole top part of the kit, you don’t have to worry about the level being hidden. However, the pod is tinted a bit too dark making it hard to see. Clear pods are much better than tinted ones so I’m not sure why every company tints them.
Replacing the pods is quite easy and you can carry a spare. It just clips into the top and fits in quite well and is easy to remove. it is also magnetic but has a tight enough squeeze into the battery that the magnets will never “snap it into place” but it is easy to just push it in, so no complaints there. There is also an attachment for a lanyard so it can be worn around the neck like a Mi Pod.
Onevape Lambo Pod System Coil Performance
Now to the important part. How does it actually vape? The kit includes 2 pods which are great. I used both pods until they died in the kit. The box says to use with 70/30 (VG/PG) or 60/40 (VG/PG) or they can leak. However, in my usage, I used 50/50 and 60/40 20-25mg nicotine salt juices in this pod system and didn’t get any leaks. Flavorwise it’s pretty good. I’d consider it a “tier 2”, which means good flavor for a pod system but I’ve also had a handful that was better or “tier 1”. Overall, I like the flavor.
Onevape Lambo Pod System Pros & Cons
- Color options
- Size and Weight for portability
- Removable and refillable pods
- Comes with 2 pods
- Good flavor for a pod system
- Accurate ratings for battery size and charge rate
- Charges in under 1 hour
- Has a clip for a lanyard
- Inhale to fire worked great with no issues
- Simple and easy to use
- No battery meter
- Pods are tinted too dark
Onevape Lambo Pod System Video
So with all that said, do I recommend this Onevape Lambo Pod Kit or not? I don’t like to do a hard Yes or No, but this time I have to say Yes. It’s an overall good device with my only real complaint being a lack of a battery meter.
I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. Over the past few years I got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews I decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.