LUCI Cigarette Reviews

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Presentation/Packaging 5/5

The Luci comes in a sleek, black case with a magnetic locking mechanism. The graphics are well done, and the 11-page instruction manual includes a quick start segment.  The velveteen compartments inside the case are well-designed, and the entire package is compact and toteable. The Luci cigarettes themselves are black as well, with gold branding, with a blue LED flame at the tips. The length and circumference is relative to that of a normal cigarette. Cool-looking product, altogether.

Battery/Responsiveness 3/5

After a two hour charge, the automatic Luci battery still seemed to require 2 or 3 priming draws in order to get fired up. Even then, it’s still difficult to get a good drag at times. In what appears to be a design flaw, the atomizer tends to fall down into the battery, which makes switching out cartridges a bit of a task. The Luci kit includes a standard wall charger (no USB), as well as a car charger.

Vapor/Flavor(s) 3/5

Even after a few priming puffs on the Luci, the product isn’t much different than air, when inhaled casually. Upon taking a bigger hit, the vapor turns almost liquid, which leaves an aftertaste that resembles dusty caramel. It reminds me of a sort of Turkish Gold Ultra-Ultra light. The Luci’s vapor didn’t feel like that of a real cigarette’s, i.e. it’s difficult to get a good hit with it. Though, the slow-responding battery produces little vapor, which can be a plus in certain situations.

Overall (Not An Average) 3.5/5

The Luci electronic cigarette is big on design, but is lacking in flavor and funtion. The battery is hesistant, there appears to be a design flaw with the atomizer and the cartridges are cheaply made, and feel flimsy. Regardless, the actual cigarette itself is thinner than other e-cigs, more like a normal cigarette, and the blue flame at the tip is modern-looking. Still, the Luci just doesn’t smoke very well.

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1 Comment

  1. Susan Bishop says

    First kit was defective. Replacement kit was defective. Had to pay a $35 “restocking fee” to return defective product. Customer service is extremely difficult to contact and then all power to make decisions is deferred so nothing is accomplished (I’ll have them call you).
    Any pros were far out-weighed by the frustrations.

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