Juno Vape Pen Review - God of Vaping?
Build Quality75%
Vapor Quality77%
76%100Overall Score

There are almost an endless amount of pod style vaporizers on the market right now and most of them share the same look and design. The Juno vape pen is one of them and it looks just like most pod devices available right now. The thing is, every time a new pod device is released, it is almost a sin not to compare it to the king of pod systems, the Juul since it was the one who started the pod craze and everyone is into the hype.

Also, if you are interested in the best pod vape we suggest checking out the Bo One, which offers a better battery and more liquid capacity, outshining the likes of the Juul or Myle.

Product Pros

  • 380 mah battery capacity
  • Uses micro USB port for charging
  • 1.6 ml pod capacity

Product Cons

  • Non-refillable pods
  • Not suitable for direct to lung vaping style


Juno Vape Pen Review: Breakdown

Juno Vape mouth piece


Build Quality

Build Quality

“It looks like the Juul”. That is the first thing I said to myself when I saw the Juno out of the box. It seems like every vape company gave up on creating new designs for pod style vaporizers nowadays. I can’t blame them though since this kind of build and design works for everyone especially the beginners who are just starting out with their vaping journey.

If they can make it as slim and as light as possible to mimic the feeling of holding traditional methods the better. The Juno’s build and design are good, it is made out of high-grade aluminum just like the Juul and the finish feels the same as well, but its body is way larger than the Juul.

This is due to the fact that the Juno has a 380 mah built-in battery compared to the small 200 mah battery of the Juul. That is almost double the battery capacity of the Juul which obviously means it will last longer. When I was using the Juul, I had to charge it twice for the whole day of usage but the Juno almost lasted 2 days.

Aside from the bigger battery, the Juno has a bigger pod capacity as well. Its pod has an e-liquid capacity of 1.6 ml, which is a lot when compared to the Juul’s 0.7 ml. It is a closed pod system which means all their pods are pre-filled with their own e-liquid and they are not offering empty pods like some other pod devices.

When it comes to charging, the Juno thankfully has a micro USB port, unlike the Juul that uses a proprietary charger, which makes it easier and convenient.


Vapor Quality

When it comes to vaping performance, the Juno vapes exactly like the Juul. It has a very tight airflow which makes for a perfect mouth to lung vaping experience and its automatic draw activated system works flawlessly. The included pods have a coil build that is rated between 1.3 to 1.5 ohm, so it is on the perfect resistance range for a true MTL vaping style.

The only issue I had with the Juno was some minor spit backs on the first few puffs but it eventually went away. When it comes to the quality of their e-liquid, all their pods have a pre-filled nicotine salt based e-liquid which is not surprising as it is the norm for all the closed pod systems on the market.

They offer a variety of nicotine strength and all the flavors I tried gives a smooth drag and rich flavor. Vapor quality is poor though, as expected from a low powered, high resistance vaporizer.

Juno Vape flat display




Even though the Juno is a closed pod system, you won’t feel limited to their flavor options as there are an available of 20 flavors which are grouped into 3 categories, the signature pods, element pods, and the limited edition pods. Compared to the Juul which only has 8 flavors options, the Juno has every base covered and whatever flavor preference you want, they have it, from tobacco, fruit, menthol, and dessert.

They also have different nicotine strengths available for each flavors ranging from 18mg, 36mg, and 48mg, while their limited edition flavors come in 50mg. When it comes to the device features, you can’t expect much from a device like this and just like most pod systems on the market, it is only limited to a fixed wattage output.

It doesn’t have any fancy features like temperature control and the airflow has no adjustment so it will always be a mouth to lung device.



The tradeoff in getting a much larger battery capacity is a slightly bigger body but the Juno still has the same small and compact form that everybody likes about pod systems. It is only 109mm in height, 18.5mm in length and 10mm in width.

It is bigger than the Juul but it still has the same form and shape which makes it a perfect vaping device if you are out and about. Its large battery and its use of a micro USB port for charging make it a more convenient vaping companion than the Juul when traveling.

Juno Vape bottom


The Juno is clearly better than the Juul on every aspect which makes it an easy recommendation from me if you are looking for a pod system. It has a bigger battery and pod capacity, it uses a micro USB port for charging, and it has plenty of flavor options with various nicotine strengths. However, at the end of the day we still feel like the Bo One is the superior pod device.

Also be sure to check out Best Vapes Rankings page for all the latest and greatest devices on the market.

About The Author

Kevin is a serious vapehead. Most will say he came out of his mother’s womb holding onto a vape pen, but his real friends know the truth; that he was actually born with a triple 21700 mechanical box setup in hand and has been chucking clouds ever since then. On his free time, he also enjoys trying every MMORPG he sees, pwning noobs on R6 Siege and out hacking cheaters on Battlefield 1.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.