The Limitless Pulse System, by Limitless Mod Co and Ply Rock, is a new, draw-activated, closed system pod mod with a difference – its pods are refillable. Like its older cousin the MyJet by MyVapors, this is a pod-based system which offers the user total control in what e-liquid they vape. The Pulse starter kit ships with the mod itself and two unfilled pods, retailing for $29.95, and a pack of three refillable pods sells for $11.49. The Pulse’s battery comes out at roughly 380 mAh, with a fixed 8 W output. The pods are 1 mL in capacity (although specs elsewhere state 1.5 – 2 mL). The inbuilt coils put out between 1.7 – 1.8 ohms and use silica as wicking material. The Pulse has a striking, futuristic look – LED accents running along the device light up on inhalation. The triangular button up front turns the device on and off, and toggles between the 7 color choices. Don’t judge a book only by its cover, however. Let’s take a closer look and vape on the Pulse.
For a pod mod, the limitless Pulse comes in lavish packaging. First impressions are great and the device looks futuristic with its dynamic accenting. The pods seem robust and the plastic mouthpiece pops off easily with a bit of prying. The Pulse is draw-activated, but can be turned on and off with five clicks of the button that also controls the LED accents.
One of the first things I notice is the beveled edge of the base of the device. This is one pod mod that is not intended to stand upright, and the sharp angle of this edge serves no purpose except to light up and look cool.
The pods click into the Pulse device easily enough, although the angular profile of the top of the Pulse makes it less plug-and-play and more push-and-jiggle than I’d like. I’ve seen conflicting specs for the Pulse from different sources so filled up one pod with a syringe of e-liquid. To my surprise, the pod only has a capacity of 1 mL. This is the smallest capacity of any pod mod system I’ve seen, apart from the Juul.
The coil and wick are located at the base of the pod. The coils use silica as the wicking material. By prying the positive and negative pinsout of the pod housing, I was able to get an ohm reading on a metering tab. It came out around 1.7 – 1.8 ohm. According to Limitless Mod Co’s blog the pods can be refilled 8 to 12 times before they need to be replaced.
Refilling the pods is simple. Remove the black mouthpiece with a little pressure and you will see a red rubber plug. This covers two holes on either side of the airflow chimney. A red arrow on the pod body indicates that only one hole should be used for refilling.
You will need a unicorn bottle or syringe to refill. I measured a capacity of 1 mL based on the syringe I used. Even for a pod mod, that’s small. But with an output of 8 W, you aren’t going to be burning through the e-liquid anyway.
The base containing the coil and wick can be easily pried away from the pod housing using a pair of elbow tweezers. I counted 9 wraps on the coil with an inner diameter of 1.5 mm. If you need to dry burn the coil, one option is to unfold and remove the gold connection pins from the pod housing. Connect the pins to the positive and negative posts of an RDA and screw this onto a metering tab.