Review of the Snowwolf Lucky Wolf Legend 25k

Snowwolf sent me the Lucky Wolf Legend 25K for review. This is a new disposable that comes in 50mg nicotine, offers 25,000 puffs, several vaping modes, and has a massive full-panel screen—the biggest screen I’ve seen on a disposable yet.


Before disposables were a thing, there was a period of time when companies like Smok, Geekvape, and even Snowwolf were making touchscreen devices where the full panel was the screen. This feels very much like a throwback to around 2018. This isn’t a touchscreen, but the full-panel screen looks a lot like those devices. I really like it. This screen is huge and colorful.

Other than the screen, you have a soft silicone mouthpiece at the top, a mode button on the side, and a USB-C charging port on the bottom.

The back panel has some style to it too, which is nice because it’s not just a solid boring panel.

The device is 4″ tall, 2″ wide, and 0.7″ thick.


This is a huge 3.8-inch screen. It looks like there’s a lot going on here, but it’s really pretty simple. Most of the screen shows graphics that just look nice. The only useful part of the screen is at the very bottom, which shows your e-liquid level, the mode you’re in, and the battery charge.

The dials on the screen are a bit complicated, but once you understand what they show, the numbers make sense. The dial on the left shows your battery level, which you can tell by the little battery symbol in the middle of the circle. There’s a little arrow that points to the percentage of your battery charge. The dial on the right works the same way but shows your e-liquid levels. The dial in the middle indicates your mode.

So really, the screen is more of a design feature.


The mode button on the side of the device is used to change modes. There are three modes: soft, normal, and boost. This device has a range of 12-23 watts but Snowwolf doesn’t specifically say how much wattage each mode pushes, but it works like you’d expect. Soft mode is a lower wattage, and if you keep it in this mode, you’ll get the full 25,000 puffs the device promises. Normal mode pushes up the wattage and brings the total puffs down to 16,000. Boost mode is the highest wattage mode and brings total puffs down to 12,000.

The modes all have significant differences from each other, which is great. Soft mode is definitely soft, but I get a really good hit from it. Normal mode punches it up quite a bit from soft, and I get a much warmer hit that’s stronger and has more throat hit. Boost mode is much stronger than Normal and requires a much shorter drag to get a satisfying hit. This performs great in all of the modes.

This device uses a dual-coil setup, which I’m seeing with many disposables now. This is how disposables deliver good flavor and high wattage, so seeing that here is good.

The mode button also has a couple of other features. If you click the button twice fast, you can turn the screen off to go into stealth mode. If you’re buying the Lucky Wolf, I’m guessing you like that screen and don’t plan to turn it off often, but it is a big and bright screen, so stealth mode is nice to have sometimes.

If you hold the Mode button for 4 seconds, the device turns off, which they call child protection mode. That prevents the device from firing.


The Lucky Wolf Legend 25k doesn’t have adjustable airflow, which is the biggest drawback. However, the airflow is pretty comfortable. It’s a restricted mouth-to-lung draw. It’s just slightly looser than I would prefer, but I think it’s good, even on soft mode.


The built-in battery is 800mAh. That’s large, but I would have expected a slightly larger battery in a device this size and with a boost mode and such an enormous screen. In my experience with using the Lucky Wolf, the battery is enough to keep a charge for several days, so it still works really well.

It charges with a USB-C charging cable and can be charged to 80% in only 20 minutes.


There are 15 flavors available in the line:

  • Watermelon Ice
  • Watermelon Bubblegum
  • Summer Grape
  • Strawberry Mango
  • Strawberry Ice
  • Sour Apple Ice
  • Miami Mint
  • Juicy Peach Ice
  • Hawaii Mango
  • Ghost Town (mango, peach, pineapple, lemon)
  • Fcuking Fab (blueberry gummy bears)
  • Cherry Lemon
  • Blue Razz Ice
  • Blue Power Watermelon
  • Blow Pop (strawberry blueberry bubblegum)

Snowwolf sent me three flavors to test, and you might notice that two of them aren’t listed on Snowwolf’s website. So maybe they’re still coming out with new flavors.

Strawberry Banana

This is clearly a strawberry banana and resembles a smoothie, but I think it’s missing something. I think maybe the banana could be a little stronger. More sweetness might have been better here too. It’s still a good flavor, though.

Cactus Lime

This is an extremely unique flavor. It’s very strange at first but I ended up really liking it. It has a sort of green, plant-like taste, which I’m guessing is the cactus, and it has a lime hint to it. It’s also quite floral.

Strawberry Ice

This is a nice, calm strawberry with ice. It’s very smooth. The strawberry is like one of those hard candies that come in a red strawberry wrapper. I love those candies.

Final Thoughts

The device looks great. This is a really stylish piece of gear. It’s a bit bulky, but it’s not fat, so it feels good in the hand and fits well in my pocket. All of the wattage modes work great, and each one is satisfying. The airflow works really well too, but I would have liked adjustable airflow. I wish the screen had more functionality to it, but I don’t know what that extra functionality would be. That screen is also a fingerprint magnet, but that doesn’t seem like a big deal to me. Overall, I think these are really good disposables.

These were sent to me for review from Snowwolf. These aren’t out yet, but I’m seeing pre-sale prices of around $18 each.

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