Our Review On The Eleaf Lemo
A very stylish rebuildable tank atomizer, the Eleaf Lemo comes in both black and silver and from the looks of it, this device is becoming more and more popular among the US vaping community. It is very similar in functionality with a Kayfun, but it’s by no words a clone. The experience is however remarkably similar and the Lemo can be purchased for only around $40.
The tank comes packed in a good quality cardboard box, and inside you will find the fully assembled Lemo, a detailed manual, a keychain screwdriver with a flat head at one side and a Philips head at the other, a bag of cotton for wicking, some Kanthal wire and a bag with two extra screws and extra O-rings. It has an outer diameter of 23mm and a total weight of about 60 grams.
Taking it apart, we can find a standard stainless steel drip tip that can be replaced with your personal favorite if you don’t fancy the taste of metal in your mouth, the unscrewable base with 510 connection and an adjustable pin, a top cap that can be unscrewed, the Pyrex glass tank, the top part of the chimney that can also be unscrewed, the bottom part of the chimney (also unscrewable) and finally the deck. The deck is similar to the one on the Kayfun, with the two posts (positive and negative) but with a bigger air hole.
Once you unscrew the 510 base, you can see the refill port, an adjustable pin if by any chance you own an eVic Supreme and want to use the Lemo as a hybrid, and the airflow control system. Yes, the tank has adjustable airflow control, but it’s kind of weird to operate because you need to use the screwdriver in order to push on one of the two notches in the ring surrounding the hybrid pin.
Building a coil on the Eleaf Lemo is not very complicated and with all the online guides and tutorials, it can be a perfect pick for a beginner looking to get his hands dirty for the very first time. It took us around 12 minutes to build and adjust, we used the cotton that came with the tank, mounted the bottom part of the chimney, saturated the wicking with a few drops of Chai Latte e-liquid, and mounted the whole unit together again. To refill it with e-liquid you need to unscrew the port on the bottom side and use a bottle with a very thin dripper. Once you’re done, you put the screw back on, mount the tank on your mod and you’re ready to puff.
The production of vapor and flavor are flawless and the airflow is very good even for full lung hits. The adjustment system however is a bit loose and you can alter your setting even by screwing and unscrewing the Lemo on and off your mod, but for around $40 this baby performs exceptionally and we can close our eyes on some of the flaws.