Ever since PAX Lab’s JUUL broke into the vape market, it’s been all the rage among vapers far and wide. Well, the rage caught on belatedly but when it did, it caught on with a vengeance. People were seeking it left and right. However, the JUUL suddenly halted its availability to retailers, thus limiting the consumers’ ability to purchase it, at least at brick-and-mortar businesses. But…isn’t this blog supposed to be about the Limitless Pulse Pod System? Why am I touting the JUUL? I mention the JUUL because the JUUL was revolutionary enough to spawn countless similar products from competitors, one of them being, of course, the Limitless Pulse.
With the Pulse, the idea is the same as the JUUL: it is a simple “cigalike” device that vaporizes the liquid inserted into refillable and replaceable little “pods” which hold about 1 mL of juice. It is slim and sleek in design, available in only the color black (though it does shimmer different colors when the fire button is clicked), and stealthy enough to fit in your pocket. Surprisingly enough, these “cigalikes” are becoming just as trendy, if not more so than the traditional vape route of bulky box mods or tube-style mech mods. It is a fashionable way to quit the unfashionable habit of smoking, not to mention a vastly cheaper alternative. The Pulse is packaged and sold as a starter kit, coming with the Pulse itself, two empty pods, and a USB cable to be used for charging.
To use the Pulse, all you need to do is pluck the pod from the body (which may turn out to be a struggle especially if you’ve got fat fingers), peel back the red rubber stopper, identify the small round hole through which the e-juice is to be inserted, and fill ‘er up! And then you put the rubber stopper and top cap back in place, snap the pod back into the body and enjoy the vape ride. Like with most vape devices, you rapidly press the fire button five times to turn it on and off. Ideally, it should be a no-brainer process but removing the pod and filling it with juice is not as fluid as one might imagine. The pod doesn’t easily slide out of the body, the rubber stopper appears flimsy, and the hole is entirely too small so you would need a needle-point dripper juice bottle to fill the pod with juice without it staining your whole existence. It may seem like a trifling qualm, but for a simplistic cigalike device, everything should be intuitive and designed for utmost functionality. But I digress.
All in all, if you are looking for a cheap, relatively simple alternative to cigarettes, then the Pulse should do the job just fine. Keep in mind that the pods for the Pulse are not built for power; thus, you will not get the biggest clouds or the deepest flavor. What it is good for are MTL (mouth-to-lung) high-nicotine hits, similar to that of a cigarette.