Vapor Boss offered me the Funky Lands Ti7000, formerly known as the Funky Lands, to evaluate. These are what this device has called a smart disposable gadget, complete with a screen that displays the amount of e-juice and battery life. They include 25 flavors, 7000 puffs, and a 12.8 ml capacity.
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- 17ml e-liquid capacity
- 5% nicotine
- 7,000 puffs
- 600 mAh battery
- Screen display
- 15 flavors
- 100mm x 38 x 24mm
- MSRP: $17.99
In the Box
- One Ti7000 disposable device
It's intriguing that Funky Republic is a sub-brand of EB Design, the business that makes Elf Bars, according to Vapor Boss. Since Elf Bars are so well-liked and well-popular, it stands to reason that the TI7000s would be at least as wonderful, if not better.
The Ti7000 has an oval form and is long. It is pleasant to handle and use because of its size and design. About 4 inches long, 1.5 inches broad, and 1 inch thick make up this object.
The plastic body is coated with stickers that give it the appearance of a shiny matte finish. The color of your disposable vape will vary according to the flavor you choose. I appreciate that each flavor has a distinct color.
With the Ti7000, you only need to hit it to turn it on because it is draw-activated and lacks buttons. Every time, the draw is crisp and tight and produces a fantastic hit.
The mouthpiece is ergonomically designed in the shape of a duckbill.
Perhaps a first for disposables, the Ti7000 has a screen display. I don't believe I have ever seen one with a screen on it. I find it incredibly amazing that the LCD indicates how much liquid is left on the device and how charged it is, as those are my two main complaints with disposables.
Reviewing Cantaloupe Apple and Watermelon Ice
Vapor Boss sent me two flavors, so I’ll give you an overview of my experience of those:
It's a cross between green apple and pale cantaloupe. With a tinge of melon at the end, the green apple flavor is tart and refreshing. The balance of sweet and sour is pleasing.
Its name perfectly describes this. It tastes like watermelon and has minty ice. The ice on top is really light, and the watermelon has a sweet, fresh flavor. I think the lightness of the ice complements the watermelon without dominating it, since I can hardly taste it.
Currently has 25 Flavors:
- Berry Mix
- Blossom Mint
- Blue Razz Ice
- Blue Red Mint (blueberry, mint, rose)
- Blueberry Duo Ice
- California Cherry
- Cantaloupe Apple
- Ice Mint
- Mango Kiss
- Melon Berry Bomb Ice
- Mixed Fruit
- Osk Ice (orange, starfruit, kiwi)
- Passion Fruit Kiwi Lime
- Peach Brownn (or Peach Pie)
- Peach Mango Watermelon
- Pineapple Coconut Ice
- Pink Grapefruit
- Pomelo Pearl Grape
- Spoal Cloudd / Rainbow Cloudz (candy fruit mix)
- Strawberry Banana
- Strawberry Duo Ice
- Tropical Island
- Tropical Spoal / Tropical Rainbow Blast (tropical fruit)
- Watermelon Ice
- Watermelon Nana Duo Ice
In the Ti7000, uses QUAQ Tech. I'm not sure what it stands for, but if you've used an Elf Bar, you'll have a decent sense of what the performance in the Ti7000s is like. This is fantastic.
Based on my web study, it appears that Elf Bar developed the QUAQ atomizer technology. It is claimed that this technology increases the flavor consistency of coils by 500% and increases puffs by 30%. They say that, but I'm not sure what they're comparing that to. Still, it appears to be a very promising atomization technology.
The 600 mAh battery that powers the Ti7000 is, in my opinion, a suitable capacity for a pod gadget. Most individuals should be able to utilize that for an entire day, in my opinion. It uses USB-C to charge.
That is Funky Lands . These are fantastic tiny disposables that taste amazing, operate very well, and deliver nice, rewarding hits. Furthermore, that little panel that indicates liquid capacity and battery charge is fantastic. I adore that function.
I've noticed some complaints about them not having overcharge protection on social media, so if that's true, that's a drawback since you have to make sure you disconnect it when it finishes charging and don't let it charge all night.
Additionally, because disposables continue to have auto-firing issues and the vapes have been the subject of several complaints regarding auto-firing issues, I would have liked to see an on/off button. Open it immediately to give it a try before you leave if you purchase these in person at a vape store. In order to swap a disposable if there are any issues, many vape shops these days even advise you to test them before you leave. Although it's evident that many others are experiencing this problem, I haven't had any problems with the two that I acquired. However, all in all, I've been rather pleased with my testing!