Logic Electronic Cigarette Review
In the rapidly evolving world of electronic cigarettes, many disposables are being hung out to dry in favor of much larger and longer lasting rechargeable batteries. An e-cig that only lasts a few hours just isn’t going to cut it in a market that is not only based on selling a safer product, but also one that provides much more value than the alternative it is challenging. Today, we are bringing you a review of Logic Electronic Cigarettes’ Power Series rechargeable, two-piece and One Pack disposables. New Jersey based Logic has been in business for three years now and claims to be leader in disposable electronic cigarettes.
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- Longer lasting disposables
- Small size
- Good throat hit
- Only offer tobacco and menthol cartridges and disposables
- Tobacco flavor has a bland, diet cola taste
- No Vegetable Glycerin is used in e-cigs
- Pricey individual disposables
- No large kits offered
Bottom LineLogic may be one of the most widely available electronic cigarette brands in the c-store market. However, quality seems to take a large hit in their quest for quantity. Your local gas station should have far better options to choose from.
Logic Electronic Cigarette Review
Packaging and Design
The disposable Logic electronic cigarettes are packaged in that impenetrable plastic bubble casing nestled inside a 2 by 5 cardboard backing whereas the Power Series is sold in a slightly larger version to hold an extra cartridge and USB charger. Luckily, the backing is perforated allowing for easy entry without scissors or paper cuts.
The Logic One is a one-piece disposable e-cig about the size of a traditional cigarette and is available in “Platinum” 24mg and “Black Label” 18mg nicotine concentrate in both tobacco and menthol flavors.
Both the Power Series and regular disposable are two-piece models with a battery and detachable cartridge and come in black for 24 and 18mg nicotine concentrates and white for 14 and .1mg. Yes, the “Logic Zero” does contain up to 0.1% nicotine in the e-juice. Together, the battery and cartridge for both the disposable and Power Series are about 5 inches long. The tips on three models, like most e-cigs, glow blue when the cartridge is puffed on as they are automatic powered.
Flavor and Vapor
According to Logic Ecig’s CEO, Eli Alelov, “fruit flavored e-cigarettes don’t appeal to smokers” and instead attract young people who don’t smoke. Therefore, unfortunate as it may be, Logic e-cigs are only offered in two flavors: tobacco and menthol. Ironically, the tobacco flavor doesn’t taste at all like a real cigarette. Upon inhalation, it has a somewhat bland, slightly sweet taste reminiscent of a flat diet cola drink. In what seems like a trend among brands who manufacture disposable e-cigs, the menthol is much better and offers a more realistic smoking feel. As for the vapor, you get a decent throat hit, especially with the menthol cartridge. According to the Logic website, they don’t use vegetable glycerin as an ingredient in their e-cigs. Therefore, you won’t be exhaling massive clouds like some juices allow for. You will, however, still get a good amount of vapor to satisfy your aesthetic desires.
If there is one advantage Logic has over its competitors, it is in the battery life of their disposables. Other brands we’ve reviewed like NJOY and Blu clocked out at around 100 puffs. Although not quite the advertised 400 puffs, Logic’s larger battery size will still last you about twice as long as its biggest competitors.
We got a solid day’s worth of vaping from just one of their Platinum disposable batteries. The smaller One Pack battery also holds quite the charge for it’s size and will last around 150-200 puffs. As for the rechargeable, Logic’s 300mAh Power Series battery will get you through the day without having to plug in. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to recharge the disposable battery with the provided USB charger of the Power Series, even though both batteries are nearly identical in appearance.
With the unimpressive flavor, just-passable vapor production and the limitations of disposable devices for long-term vaping, Logic’s e-cigs have a lot of downsides. If you’re serious about switching to vaping, rechargeable devices are a must, but Logic’s Power Series is lackluster at best. There are much better rechargable devices if you shop around, including the JUUL by Pax, which is among the simplest e-cigs we’ve reviewed and is easily the most satisfying beginner-friendly option. It uses “pods,” which are just like cartridges except you don’t have to screw them in, and each uses nicotine salts (like cigarettes do, but unlike most e-cigs) to ensure your vaping experience is as satisfying as possible. If you aren’t sure about what Logic has to offer, but still want something that’s both satisfying and simple, check out our JUUL review to see what it can do!