SHOP THE LOOK: The Vape in Netflix's "I Care A Lot"


A still from the film "I Care A Lot", where a woman at a desk holds a vape.
I Care A Lot, 2021, Netflix

Steal Her Style: 5 Vapes Inspired by Rosamund Pike's Latest Character

If you've been trapped at home in front of the TV like the rest of the world, you've probably seen Netflix's recent release I Care a Lot. If you've seen the movie, you don't exactly have to consider yourself "eagle-eyed" if you noticed Marla Grey's (played by Rosamund Pike) vape. She holds it, smokes it, and displays it prominently on her desk at several points throughout the film. After pausing and scrolling through frame by frame, I managed to figure out exactly what device she uses. It's the Uwell Nunchaku.

I found this interesting. Why does she use an older model pod kit in a 2021 movie? Turns out, the film initially planned to show a backstory where she worked in the vape industry before moving into "senior care".

Want to steal her style? If you liked her sleek, silver vape pod device, here is a list of some more recent vapes to grab and turn your look into a major power move.

Innokin GoMax Tube Kit

Several vape pens in a variety of colors displayed in a group.

Innokin GoMax Tube Kit Breakdown:

From Innokin, this convenient and colorful new vape kit allows for user control while remaining simplistic and fun. Using a powerful 3000mAh battery and a Plex3D Matrix Coil, this sleek vape device is capable of between 60-80W. Fill your Innokin GoMax tube kit with up to 5.5ml of your favorite vape juice and adjust your airflow  to customize your perfect inhale.

Steal The Look: GoMax Tube Kit in Color "Black"

A black Innokin vape pen.

SMOK Stick Prince Kit

Several colorful SMOK vape pens displayed in a row.

SMOK Stick Prince Breakdown:

The SMOK Stick Prince is a powerful vape kit featuring a 3000mAh battery base and the TFV12 Prince tank. The Stick Prince features an intelligent battery LED indicator light so you are always aware of your SMOK Stick Prince's battery status. The SMOK Prince TFV12 Tank features an 8ml juice capacity, dual bottom airflow, food-grade glass material, and a  "Press-To-Open" rotary hinged top-fill system.

Steal the Look: SMOK Prince Stick in Color "Silver"

A silver SMOK vape pen.

SMOK Vape Pen 22 Kit

Six SMOK vape pens arranged in a row in multiple colors.

SMOK Vape Pen 22 Breakdown:

The SMOK Vape Pen 22 is a sleek and portable device with a diameter of just 22mm. The tiny device is built with an internal battery with a 1650mAh capacity,  an LED battery indicator, and a newly-designed tank powered by a 0.4ohm dual core.

Steal the Look: SMOK Vape Pen 22 in Color "Silver"

A silver SMOK vape pen with orange and black detailing.


Voopoo Drag X Pod Device

Several Voopoo vape pod devices, each a different color.

Voopoo Drag X Breakdown:

The Voopoo Drag X is a rugged and versatile pod mod device. It is powered by a single 18650 battery and features adjustable power from 5W-80W. The advanced GENE.TT chipset ensures an ultra-fast 0.001s firing speed and provides plenty of smart features such as puff recording, score ranking with levels to beat, and smart switching mode. The Drag X pod holds 4.5ml of e-liquid and is compatible with PnP coils including an RBA deck.

Steal the Look: Voopoo Drag X in Color "Classic"

A black Voopoo Drag X pod device with red detailing.


Voopoo Drag S Pod Device

A row of several Voopoo Drag S vapes in a variety of colors.

Voopoo Drag S Breakdown:

The Voopoo Drag S Mod Pod Kit is a durable and full-featured device built from sturdy alloy and soft-touch leather. The latest GENE.TT chipset allows for both auto and manual modes. It also features that neat scoring system that lets you unlock a new level! Powered by a built-in 2500mAh battery, the Drag S fires between 5W to 60W at 0.001s. The Drag S pod holds 4.5ml e-liquid and is compatible with all of the Voopoo PnP coils. 

 Steal the Look: Voopoo Drag S in Color "Carbon Fiber"

A dark grey Voopoo Drag S pod device.


  • Posted on by Elizabeth Jones
    Pods are great..
  • Posted on by Joseph

    I would have to agree with Ian, definitely not a pod system.

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