Review of the Elux Cyberover 18K Disposable

The Elux Cyberover 18k was sent to me for review from (get it here). This is a sleek disposable vape with 18ml of e-liquid, two power modes, a screen, and the most obvious feature, it’s designed to look like Tesla’s Cybertruck.


Based on the device’s name, the Cyberover, and the style of the case, you can see that it’s clearly designed to look like the Cybertruck. It has a metallic case, sharp angles, and, as many people have described the Cybertruck, an origami-like body.

There’s a little branding on it: Elux at the top, some graffiti-style text on the bottom that says “Cyberover,” and the flavor name on the back.

The mouthpiece also has angles too, but it’s comfortable to use.

At the bottom of the device is a charging port, a display screen, and a little red mode button.

The device comes in different colors, depending on whatever flavor you get.


This is a draw-activated device, so just take a hit, and it turns on.

There are two modes on the Cyberover: Normal and Turbo. You can change modes with the little red button on the bottom. The LED light on the screen is white while in normal mode and turns orange in Turbo mode. You get 18,000 puffs in normal mode and 9,000 puffs in Turbo mode, so if you alternate through modes, it’ll be somewhere in between.

The Cyberover uses dual mesh coils, which work differently depending on the mode you use. Normal mode uses both coils, but they alternate while you’re firing the device. Turbo mode uses both at the same time.

Normal mode gives me a light, smooth hit, and Turbo mode is noticeably stronger. I prefer the Turbo mode because it gives me the most satisfying hit.

The airflow is a slightly loose mouth-to-lung hit and not anywhere close to lung draw. It’s a nice comfortable, and smooth hit.

Vibration Feedback

The Cyberover also has built-in vibration feedback, which does several different things. It vibrates once when you change modes, once when the battery hits 50% charge, twice when it goes below 30% charge, and three times when the e-liquid drops below 5%.

The vibration is quite strong. It actually surprised me the first time I felt it. It’s good though because you can definitely feel it when it happens.

Digital Display

At the bottom of the device is a small digital display that shows how much liquid you have left in the device and the charge of your battery.


There are 22 flavors in all:

  1. Miami Mint
  2. Juicy Mango
  3. Blue Razz Ice
  4. Watermelon Ice
  5. Black Dragon Ice
  6. Blueberry Lemon Lime
  7. Cherry Lime
  8. Cherry Strawberry Raspberry
  9. Double Sour Apple Ice
  10. Kiwi Passionfruit Guava
  11. Lost Cherry
  12. Passionfruit Orange Mango Guava
  13. Peach Mango Watermelon
  14. Pineapple Apple Pear
  15. Pineapple Coconut
  16. Razzberry Coconut
  17. Red Bomb
  18. Strawberry Raspberry Watermelon Gummy Candy
  19. Strawberry Watermelon
  20. Strawnana
  21. Summer Love
  22. Triple Berry

Battery & Charging

At the very bottom of the device is a USB-C charging port.

You can always see how much charge the battery has left by looking at the percentage on the screen, but the little lightning symbol on the screen will also flash when the power runs out.


  • Stainless Steel Body
  • Mesh coils
  • 18000 puffs
  • Type-C charging
  • 600mAh internal battery
  • Size: 101.3 x 44.6 x 20.5mm

Final Thoughts

I received only one flavor, Miami Mint, so I can’t speak to the other flavors, but the mint flavor is nice. It’s smooth with very little throat hit. It’s a spearmint flavor, so it’s minty and sweet. It’s not high in menthol, which is a little unexpected in a mint flavor, but there is some there, it’s just not overpowering, which I like.

The device is a bit bulky, but not in a bad way. Its size is good for the pocket, and it’s comfortable to hold. It’s also extremely light.

The biggest drawback is that it’s a fingerprint magnet. Hold it once, and you’ll see prints all over it.

But the device as a whole is great. It’s a fun design, it has a screen, vibration feedback, good flavor, a nice hit, and it has two power modes. I like it.

This was sent to me for the purpose of review, and you can get the Elux Cyberover 18k from for $12.99

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