The following sponsored press release was written by Lost Vape and edited by Vaping360's staff.
In order to facilitate company growth and increase production in a competitive industry, Lost Vape recently relocated from the Shunjie Industrial Building to a production facility that’s located at the Junfeng Industrial Area. The relocation to a much larger facility allowed for a 200% increase in workforce.
During the relocation ceremony, Lost Vape announced the company’s plans for the future. These include the focus on two distinct high-quality product lines, an ongoing collaboration with Evolv USA and the release of the LYRA, an easy to use refillable pod system that takes replaceable coils.
Lost Vape’s upcoming products will be released under two lines. Same as before, products of the Lost Vape DNA line will keep housing Evolv’s DNA chip, focusing on customers with high-performance requirements. The Lost Vape Quest, a brand-new product line, has been launched to focus on cost-effective but high-quality products. The Orion Q, which has been officially released in January 2019, was the first product under the Quest line. The Q was an instant hit and by launching new colors in March, Lost Vape believes that the Orion Q will keep being a best-selling starter kit.
Lost Vape will continue to work with Evolv USA and use the latest DNA chips to design, develop and produce devices that belong to the higher-end of the electronic cigarette market in 2019. Through this continued collaboration, Lost Vape hopes to be the largest client of Evolv USA for years to come.
The Lost Vape LYRA is the second product of the Quest line. It is a compact refillable pod system that’s powered by a 1000 mAh battery and operates between 10 and 20 watts. It comes with two replaceable coil options, a 0.6-ohm mesh coil for a direct-lung draw and a 1.2-ohm regular wire coil for MTL vaping. The 2 mL pods feature a leak-resistant top fill and a unique pinch mouthpiece to access the removable coil.