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Chrome LavaTube Review (Volcano Ecigs)


For those of you that don’t remember, this is the company and the device that won the best new mod award in Guide To Vaping’s Best of 2011 Poll . Now its like every where you go, rather it be hangouts, vape networks or social networks, almost everyone has a LavaTube. The LavaTube sent shock waves around the online vaping community and I think its become apparent that all the hype over the device wasn’t just a one time deal. With this second version, the Chrome Lavatube, I’m sure it’s safe to say that the LavaTube has made its mark and… it’s here to stay.

As you seen in my last LavaTube review, I was amazed at how much you get for the price. I mean come on, this thing gives you the option to choose what voltage you want to vape at and tells you how much battery you have left. (Hellooo, perfect device!!) – Since then, I’ve been nothing short of happy with the first version LavaTube. It served its purpose great, but I did have a bit of trouble with two things. The internals for the button was flawed on my device making it miss-fire and the second issue was the bottom cap. The bottom cap was plastic and didn’t want to stay on. BUT, that was the past and the first version has now carried me on to the next version of the LavaTube, which is the Chrome.

The Chrome LavaTube or LT houses the same internals as the first version and is made by the same manufacturer “L-Rider”. So, if the internals are the same and the same manufacturer is being used, what’s so different? – The Chrome LT is quite a bit heavier than the original – sitting at 5.95 ounces including a battery, – a whole 2.5 ounces heavier than the original LavaTube. The added weight is a bit more noticeable in your pocket, but gives a better feel of quality when in use. The bottom cap is all one metal piece and the top is different from the original, sporting an eGo connector, replacing the normal 510 connection. This means that this version LavaTube is compatible with all eGo and 510 accessories. Also, sitting inside the ego connector is a spring-loaded center pin, which is supposed to eliminate atomizer and cartomizer compatability issues that you see on many devices. The outer appearance of the chrome certinly looks more appealing and the performance is sure to match.

Although the Chrome LavaTube has the same internals as the original, you can tell quite a bit of a difference just from the design in air flow. The Chrome LT is a bit more ‘airy’ and it definitely shows when you blow out plumes of vapor.

Price: Just a small $10 more than the original, the Chrome LavaTube is $79.00 for just the device. The full kit being $109.99, which comes with all the basics, charger, battery, atomizer, drip tip and the device itself.

Overall: The LavaTube is still hands down my favorite all day device. Going from the first version to my now upgraded version, I’m nothing more than amazed as I’ve always been. The LavaTube doesn’t promise to be an end all device, but I can tell you first hand, it’ll damn sure do its job and… it’ll do it well.

If you’re interested in the Chrome LavaTube or want to check out other products by Volcano, Please visit www.VolcanoEcigs.com

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10 Comments on Chrome LavaTube Review (Volcano Ecigs)

  1. bizzyb0t

    That L-Rider chrome Lavatube is not compatible with eGo style connectors like the stardust…

    See pbusardo’s comparison of the L-Rider and Young June Lava-likes on YouTube.

  2. LEDshine

    I bought the Chrome LT just before I left for Afghanistan, and all I can say is WOW. It is my vaping work horse. It is one of seven mods that i brought with me but every morning I still grab for the Chrome LT. It just works like a champ it has out lasted my V Max wich only lasted a week out here due to juice in the circutry. I am now going to get the mini Chrome LT just so i have something a little smaller but the same quality.

    • It’s very good to hear from you, Ray. I wonder if everyone else is noticing the air flow difference between the first version versus the chrome version? – Thanks for commenting and be safe over their soldier! :)

  3. Mikala

    I have both Lava Tubes and with adapters you can put just about anything on them (Stardusts etc.). Of course you already know that but there might be a few who haven’t tried adapters yet. I’m anxiously awaiting for Volcanoe to debut their newest LavaTube. They keep pushing the time back .But according to what Volcano told me, it’s spectacular and worth the wait. We’ll see. Thanks for the great reviews, ALOHA!

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  6. Ajaque

    I hv a problem with my LT, my CE4 tank do not fit to the body properly. It did before but after 2 weeks of using it, it loose. However i still can use the Vivi nova tank (i guess it is 510 connector)

    ANy idea why and how to fix this.

    • Ajaque, I would recommend you to contact VolcanoEcigs.com if it’s a genuine LavaTube. They will be able to assist you with any problems you may be having with your device.

      It sounds like you’re having a connector issue. Yes, your Chrome LavaTube uses a 510 connection. Good luck.

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