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How Long Does the Geek Bar Pulse Last When the Juice Hits Zero?

How Long Does the Geek Bar Pulse Last When the Juice Hits Zero?

This is something that's been hotly debated in the vaping community: how long does the Geek Bar Pulse last when the juice level hits zero? Like many modern disposable vapes, the Geek Bar Pulse has a small LED screen that shows both the battery level and the juice level. 

But what many people are realizing: there's almost always more juice in the tank...

We've checked out what people are saying on Reddit and it seems that most people who have used the Geek Bar Pulse say that they've been able to vape for 4 days, 5 days, or even a week. How is this possible?

There are two modes on the Geek Bar Pulse: the aptly named Pulse mode, which allows for 7,500 puffs and the Standard mode, which offers up to 15,000 puffs, thanks to the dual mesh coils and dual cores. That may be accurate, in terms of puff counts, while specific user experiences may differ (based on how big your "puffs" are). 

With that said, this seems to possibly boil down to inaccurate readings of the juice levels on the LED screen. Now, by no means is this meant to dissuade you from getting a Geek Bar Pulse. Quite the opposite, in fact. 

15,000 puffs is no small number, especially when it comes to disposable vapes, which are only now approaching the 20k puff limit. So this little "glitch" may actually improve your experience, if you're the type of person to watch the numbers drop and worry that you're gonna run out soon. 

Experiences obviously vary. Chances are, you will vape past the 0% reading and, as we stated already, everyone vapes differently so the puff count varies.

According to a Reddit user whose account has since been deleted, "I personally smoke my geek bars for like 4-5 days once they hit 0 and only then do they start tasting burnt." 

Another user by the name Iscarl said "mines been going for like 2 week lmao" and another user, M_ida, said " I’ve had a similar thing, my first pulse seemed to go for a lot longer than the recent ones that i’m getting." 

So it seems that there's a consensus here: with the Geek Bar Pulse, you're actually getting more than what the screen says... but that doesn't mean you're getting more than what's promised. 

Part of what makes the Geek Bar Pulse so revolutionary is the fact that is utilizes the world's first full-screen display. It's a pioneer in that respect, which means it has some bugs that need to be worked out in later iterations of it. 

There's no doubt that this is a popular vape, mainly due to its standout flavors, which fans are raving about. This "issue" doesn't even seem to be bothering a whole lot of people, either. 

Even if the readings are accurate (to an extent), there's also the phenomenon of your gas tank reading zero and you're still able to run off of residual gas or fumes. 

But what it likely boils down to is the "conservative estimates." It's not as easy as you might think to get an accurate reading for how much e-liquid is in your device. 

The reviews on the Geek Bar Pulse 15,000 Puff disposable are almost unanimously positive. One Reddit user commented: "I'm conflicted on throwing these away, cuz seems like a class A vape, especially with the display, feels weird to throw away, Also, i got an extra 5 days out of my Pulse after the juice when(sp) to 0. Best vape around." 

If you are also conflicted about throwing away your vape disposable, just know that there are eco-friendly ways to dispose of your vape

Pick up your Geek Bar Pulse today. It's a vaping experience that lasts. 


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