For such a small device, the Myblu performs really well. So far, no dry or burnt hits. And the vapor production is impressive when you consider its size and simplicity — it puts out more than what you’d expect from a traditional cigarette or basic vape pen. There is a bit of a characteristic crackle when you’re vaping but no popping or anything like that.
The draw is tight and a lot like a cigarette, which is perfect for anybody just switching over, or for vapers looking for a portable mouth-to-lung (MTL) device. I’m used to vaping direct-to-lung but find it enjoyable nonetheless. There is a little bit of leaking from around the mouthpiece, but not too much (it’s more of an issue in the first few minutes of use).
In the UK there are 11 flavor options for the pods, including tobaccos, fruits, beverages, and one menthol option. I tried out tobacco, tobacco crème, cherry crush and bourbon caramel. They’re a little hit and miss, overall. The standard tobacco is unimpressive, but the tobacco crème has a nice dessert element and goes down much easier.
The cherry flavor is well-captured and was the best of the bunch I tried. On the other hand, the bourbon caramel was a huge disappointment, with the alcohol being overpowering, and the room note being nothing short of awful.