Vaping Review

Lost Mary MO5000 Disposable Review: Almost Perfect.

Product intro and specs

If there is such a thing as a luxurious disposable, the Lost Mary MO5000 comes very near. The MO5000 is part of the “Lost Mary” brand of disposable vapes from the producers of Elf Bar, so expectations are high.

The device has a 1.2-ohm mesh coil and 13.5 mL of synthetic nic salt juice in 17 flavors. It has a rechargeable 500 mAh battery and a USB-C port.

The MO5000 has a somewhat loose MTL draw with a capacity of 5000 puffs. This is not to imply that the pull on this device is overly loose. The most notable features of this disposable are that it fires instantly and is quite silent.

The MO5000’s clear mouthpiece is comfortable to use, and the rubberized casing looks and feels “high-end.” The Lost Mary MO5000’s design conjures images of Ultem and resin, but before we go too far ahead, let’s look at some product specifications.

Size, look and feel.

The Lost Mary MO5000 has an enlarged C-frame, a non-slip faux resin casing, and a clear, elongated mouthpiece.

The branding is minimal, and the rubberized shell is comfortable to grasp, albeit a little slick. The swirling color patterns aren’t distracting or noisy, and there’s something to be said about a superlight disposable that stands up on a table.

From a distance, the Lost Mary MO5000 appears to be a well-made AIO device rather than a disposable vape.


Getting started

Simply open the package, remove the rubber mouthpiece stopper, and remove the clear plastic label from the bottom of the charge port. There is no need to charge the device beforehand, but it’s a good idea to attach yours to a charging connection, just in case.


How does it hit?

The Elf Bar and other tobacco-derived nicotine disposables have a strong throat hit, whereas this variant contains synthetic nicotine, which has nearly no throat hit in some situations.

That’s not to suggest the MO5000 is a bad vape, but it’s not as fulfilling as some competitors, like the Lost Mary OS5000. Aside from that, the draw activation is quite responsive, and the mesh coil is quiet while producing a lot of vapor.

Lost Mary MO5000’s best flavors

The flavors are all wonderful; however, the flavor combinations are fairly unusual. Here are a couple of my favorites, in no particular sequence.

  • Ginger Beer: A light and refreshing lemony ginger sponge cake.
  • Watermelon Cherry: Cherry flavors are difficult to reproduce, but this one comes close. Watermelon nose, a little subdued, with a tinge of ice on the end.
  • Black Mint: Black currant with an energizing aftertaste of cool mint. This one is especially useful for clearing the palette. It’s a little strange.
  • Blueberry Raspberry Pomegranate: A medium-cool vape with sweet berry overtones and a hint of pomegranate.
  • Energy: An accurate reproduction of the “Red Bull” taste. If you like that taste, you’ll like this flavor.

How long do they last?

The Lost Mary MO5000 has a 5000-puff capacity and a 13.5 ml e-liquid capacity. They last roughly as long as a BC5000, albeit the battery appears to have less endurance.

As previously stated, the battery charge level influences flavor production; therefore, keeping your MO5000 charged is advisable. The LED on the bottom of the MO5000 will remain illuminated while charging and will turn off when the charging cycle is complete. It took around an hour to fully charge the device.



The Lost Mary MO5000 receives a recommendation, with none of the concerns highlighted being deal breakers. Just keep in mind that the flavor’s intensity will diminish slightly as the battery drains. If you decide to give the Lost Mary MO5000 a shot, keep the battery charged, and you should be fine. Get your Lost Mary MO5000 on West Coast Vape Supply.