Logic Electronic Cigarette Review

By John Madden Posted July 31, 2013

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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Editor Rating

3.0/5

User Rating

1.3/5

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Pros

  • Longer lasting disposables
  • Small size
  • Good throat hit

Cons

  • 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 Line

Logic 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.
Price: $10.95

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.

 

Logic ONE Disposable E-Cigarette

 

 

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.

 

Logic Power Series Starter Kit

 

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.

 

Battery Life

 

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.

 

Logic Disposable E-Cig Battery

 

 

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.

 

Editor Rating

Packaging & Design3/5

Flavor2/5

Vapor3/5

Battery4/5

Overall3.0/5


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Overall

Locic makes a pretty decent rechargeable e-cig in their Power Series line. The battery lasts all day and can be recharged while you sleep. Their cartridges are a bit larger than most, outlasting a single battery charge while staying true to the 400 puff claim.  Logic claims to be the leader in disposable electronic cigarettes. In terms of battery life, they might be just that. However, their lack of flavor options and bland tobacco taste make their e-cigarettes no better than any other brand. Yet with most disposable e-cigs running around $10/unit, Logic just might have the best value.

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  1. Janet E Jones

    Third Ecig I've tried

    I've been smoking for 50 years and have been told I've got to quit. I have tried two other brands of ecigarettes but decided on the logic because of the smoothness of the smoke. Others were cheaper but the you get what you pay for. I needed something close to what I was smoking and in my opinion I think logic comes close. I have one with me at all times and a fully charged one in my pocketbook as you never know when you're going to need it, also a fully charged one at home in case one dies. Over all I'm very pleased even thought I read the reviews
  2. Cameron

    Inconsistent product

    Like many of the people posting here, I've been using logic for a long time and the quality of the product has dropped dramatically. They have now dropped a 5 pack refill to a 3 pack refill but same cost. If you were lucky you might be able to get 2 of the carriages out of 5 to work properly just imagine your chances with the 3 pack. They do this on purpose to make you buy faster and more often. They seem to think it's the customer's responsibility to return duds. How crazy are they? The company needs new management because with how shitty they've become, they won't last for long when their loyal customer base runs dry.
  3. J

    Failure

    I guess I was slow about finding out about the Logic Pro failures. While expensive, they helped me step away from cigarettes in 2015. I too found many to be defective. As I purchased from a store, they would not take back or return cost, on the bad ones.
    Logic has a web site and telephone number. You are never able to speak with a human and no calls are returned.
    The packaging has now changed from 5 to 3 but the price decreased only a small amount. In other words you get less--pay more and one out of the three does not function.....
    I think this company needs a good slap with a law suit! Imagine the ability to make a wonderful product that is a greater option by far and ruining it the way they have....shame on them
  4. molly

    Apparently its all about making money! This brand has helped many people stop smoking cigarettes. Why change a good thing? Its the MONEY! I will be switching to a new brand. Ive been using this for almost 2 years. The cartridges dont last as long and the price went up! All set with logic!
  5. Kelly Nardi

    The cartridges aren't working!

    Sorry to say, but I too will be switching to another brand. I've been lucky to get 2 out of the 5 cartridges work properly.
  6. Brooke

    Declined in quality

    These have saved me from smoking real cigs for over a year and yes, they started going down in quality. I had to start buying more. Instead of one 5 package refill, I got 2. But, now I want to quit them altogether because my lungs hurt, I have chest pains and I can't breath. Funny, I never had this issue when I smoked real cigs but I do now since these have "changed". I considered smoking real cigs again, but if I came this far, why go back? Plus, these e-cigs have trashed my lungs something terrible :-(
  7. bloodyicecream

    50% do not work

    I switched from normal cigarettes to e-cigs about a year and a half ago. At that point, I lived in the UES, where Blue, Logic, and Vuse were all widely available in nearby 7-11s. Blues were simply too weak for someone used to smoking cigarettes, but I found both Vuse and Logic to be quite strong and generally good, with a slight preference toward Vuse. But at that point, generally all three brands overwhelmingly worked.

    Since then, I moved to Brooklyn, where only Blues and Logics have been widely available. Again, Blues are too weak, so I'm basically stuck with Logics if I don't want to literally go into Manhattan for an e-cig. And that was fine until about six months ago, when suddenly literally 50% of the Logics I bought either failed to work immediately or ceased working after about three hits.

    Initially I thought maybe it was an issue with the nearby bodegas keeping too old of e-cigs or something, but since then I've seen thousands of other people from across the country complaining about the same thing - many of them, like me, saying they have at this point spent hundreds of dollars on completely or quickly non-functioning Logic e-cigs.

    And because Logic only offers refunds on e-cigs that were both purchased only from their online store (never met anyone who buys e-cigs this way) AND haven't been opened (how do you know it doesn't work prior to opening it?), your ability to get refunds depends entirely on the level of sympathy of your local bodega.

    At this point, my advice is to never buy Logics if at all possible (because there is no alternative for me in this neighborhood, I've sadly switched back to normal cigarettes with the intention of switching to gum eventually... end game is to quit nicotine altogether).

    But if you have no alternative because of lack of other brands available locally, my advice is to keep EVERY receipt because I can only imagine there is going to be a very successful class action lawsuit against Logic at some point in the near future.
  8. JoeD

    Quality of the product has GREATLY declined

    been using these for over 3 years and in the beginning they were reliable both battery and cartridge.
    but past few months both the batteries and the cartridges have not been reliable. Done with these.
  9. Jason

    So dissapointed lately

    Same as what everyone is writing. This was the best at one time. Quit smoking real cigs for over a year. Cartridges always were good, taste good, pull excellent. But past few months horrible. Went back to real smoking, so so so so disappointed.
  10. Mark

    Sucks

    Same as everyone else. Waste of money. Duds,duds,and duds. I wasted hundreds of dollars that’s my fault but not anymore. I’m going to blast emails Dailey and shout outs to every store I’m in about how bad logic is
  11. Sean Weaver

    They replaced all my bad ones
  12. Bill

    I recharge Black Label and Platinum batteries

    I found that while the blue light does not light up, when I attach either a Black Label or Platinum battery to the charger, it will charge. The red charger light comes on and I wait until the charger light is fully green. These seem to last longer (up to two or three hours longer) than the Power Series batteries. I have experienced bad cartridges. Some have had expiration dates that are as much as nine months old. Others show signs of expiration date labels having been removed.
  13. tony

    awesome

    I was hesitant to buy the logic e-cigarette one day and then I just changed my mind and got one, let me tell you they knock the Blu e-cigarette oit the park, they last long and doesn’t make you cough either. I recommend this products (logic e-cig) to everyone. I have 2 rechargeable kits. Great to have in my possession and truly it keeps me from smoking. Thanks logic!
  14. Switched to LOGIC PRO – cheaper/better

    Check Date before you buy REFILLS

    The defective refills are all with a september date ending in 2015. If you see that on the package DO NOT BUY THEM. You need to check the date on the back before you buy them. MAKE SURE it says at least 2016 on the back. All the 2016 cartridges have worked for me, but maybe 1 out of 5 of the 2015 worked. Hope this helps.
  15. Bob

    Pretty good if you get the real thing. Watch out for fakes!

    I like these alot when they’re good, but at least here in the NY/NJ area the refills are sold in two different sets of packaging. The good ones have a graphic at the top that shows 5 cartriges = 10 packs of cigs. The others show 1 cartrige = 2 packs of cigs. The later ones are usually all duds and all have the same lot number and expiration (SM20138 9/15/2015). That will probably change soon, since we’re getting near that date. I don’t know if these are knockoffs, or just made in a factory with poor (no) quality control.
    I have never had any problem, as long as I don’t by the ones with 1 cartrige shown at the top of the package, but it takes some looking around to find stores with the good ones. The good news is I’m finding the good ones (5 cartriges shown on the packaging) in more places now.
  16. Alicia

    Waste of money

    They were really good a couple of years ago. Now, it’s a waste of money. Not only are the cartridges unreliable, but I have had to repurchase the starter kit several times because the main part won’t charge or just stops working.
    I just need a replacement brand now. Anyone have decent suggestions?
  17. fuck off

    refills suck now

    So passed when I open a brand new pack and screw it into a fully charged battery a day they don’t work. Company sucks now!!!
  18. Linda S

    Too many dud Cartridges

    I have used Logic for 2 years and had switched from another brand because they lasted longer. The battery still seems to last but it is frustrating when the cartridges are duds. I get 2 or 3 if Im luck that work. When I called customer service they asked me to send the dud to them, like I kept them hanging around? Looking for a new brand
  19. Samuel Clemenns

    Don't waste your money

    Used to be good. Terrible product. Cartridges last maybe 2 hours with new full charged battery. Finding another brand. Rubbish.
  20. brad

    Recent Quality Issues

    The past couple months the logic refills haven’t lasted more than 2 hours of casual use. There is an obvious quality issue. Don’t waste your money.
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