Lost Vape Orion Bar Review

The Orion Bar 7500 was sent to me for review from VapeSourcing. Check it out here. This is a simple, but great-looking disposable device with adjustable airflow made by Lost Vape.

The Orion Bar Design

The Orion bar looks great. The solid colors matched up against the black background go really well together. I’m not sure what the design is on the front of the device, but it looks like some sort of living creature with an exposed engine. I have no idea. Looks cool, though. That design is the same on all of the different flavors except that the color changes for each model, and the fruits are different. For example, on the one they sent me, the color is yellow, and there are pineapples and limes floating around.

Lost Vape Orion Bar Flavors

VapeSourcing only sent me one flavor, Lemon Lime, but there are a ton more:

  1. Sour Apple Ice
  2. Blueberry Raspberry
  3. Strawberry Kiwi
  4. Pineapple Lemonade
  5. Aloe Grape
  6. Cool Mint
  7. Rainbow Drop
  8. Lush Ice
  9. Banana Cake
  10. Mango Ice
  11. Orange Ice
  12. Pink Lemonade
  13. Grape Energy
  14. Peach Mango Watermelon
  15. Pineapple Ice
  16. Triple Berries
  17. Strawberry Watermelon
  18. Blueberry Pie
  19. Dragon Fruit Berry
  20. Summer Peach Ice

The flavor from the model I received, I get a nice sweet pineapple lemonade flavor, but it seems to have a hint of mint and also some other strange flavor at the end that I can’t identify. I don’t even know how to describe it. It’s not what I’d call “earthy,” but it makes me think of earthiness. Maybe like a pineapple rind. The lemonade is also very light, or at least hard to pick out, but it’s probably adding to the sourness of the flavor, which is a good thing.

If you didn’t know the flavor profile here, you might have a hard time getting it. I forgot the flavor before vaping it, and I could only tell it was a sort of citrus flavor. It’s good, though, I like it. And the flavor is strong, which I also like.


The adjustable airflow is on a slider switch, so you can fine-tune it within the range it allows. There are three airflow holes that you can open and close. With the airflow all the way opened, it’s a loose, restricted draw, but nowhere close to a mouth-to-lung hit. With the airflow completely closed, you can still take a hit, but it’s so tight that I didn’t find it enjoyable. But this is good because that means you can really get the restriction you want out of it. The airflow works great.


When you take a hit, a little blue light turns on at the bottom of the device to let you know it’s working. That light also lights up when you’re charging it.

With the airflow wide open, it has some trouble identifying the inhale and activating. It will fire intermittently. So to get around that, you need to take a strong hit. But if you close just one hole down, the issue goes away, so it’s only when all three airflow holes are open. Any other time, the device hits great, every time.


This has a 650mAh battery, so that should be plenty to get through a full day of vaping without needing to recharge it. And it charges with USB-C so it charges fast.

Final Thoughts

I love the style of the Orion bar, and the flavor is nice and strong, just how I like my disposables. The flavor profile wasn’t super-accurate, but it’s pretty close. I have no idea how the other flavors in the line taste since I only received one device, but I like the Pineapple Lemonade flavor. I would have liked for the lemonade to be a bit stronger or more noticeable. It performs great except for when the airflow is wide open, in which case you’ll need to take a strong hit to get the right amount of suction for the device to fire. And the airflow control also works great, with plenty of options to get the restriction you’d want.


  • 7500 puffs
  • USB-C Charging
  • Adjustable airflow
  • 650mAh battery
  • 18ml liquid
  • 5% nicotine

The Orion Bar 7500 was sent to me for review from VapeSourcing.com, and you can get it from them for $14.99 each

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