Aspire Plato is a very sophisticated device which revolutionizes the All-in-One vaping arena by adding several cool features. Here are some helpful tips while using this Aspire Plato:
Do not install battery and press fire button until there is e-juice in the tank and coils are primed with e-liquid. We recommend letting the e-juice sit in the tank for around 4 minutes before powering the unit on and pressing the fire button. You can prime your coil before installing it in the Pyrex tube and adding e-liquid. Basically we want to make sure the cotton around the coil is soaked with e-juice.
When inserting coil cartridge down the Pyrex tube, make sure the o-rings are properly in place and intact to prevent leakage. Also, make sure the top hardware with gasket plug seal does not turn when tightening up coil into the base hardware. Plug seals should be aligned and directly opposite (perpendicular) to the fire button. Seals can be held in place while screwing by holding the upper hardware in place with your index finger and thumb. With seals properly aligned upwards, liquid will not leak out of the fill hole and drainage hole when adding e-liquids.
When screwing the sub-ohm coil down into the base hardware, screw the cartridge into the base hardware until the orange o-ring is no longer visible. Meanwhile, it is okay to see the 1.8ohm Nautilus cartridge o-ring. The cartridge head should be flush with the top of the Plato. Please watch the the full Plato coil installation video manual embedded below.
Whenever starting with a new coil, start at a lower temperature or wattage and then work up to make sure the coil doesn’t get burnt. Plato comes with Kanthal 1.8ohm coil (rated 10-13 watts) and 0.4ohm Kanthal Clapton coil (rated 40-50 watts), the Plato also supports Triton Mini coils. Use 1.8ohm & 1.2ohm Triton Mini coils for wattage mode and 0.15ohm Ni200 Triton mini coils for Temp Control (TC) vaping.
If you let the e-juice go below the bottom of the wick-feed on the Sub-ohm coil, then it is really easy to get dry or burnt hits. Make sure your Ejuice tank window is filled up past halfway up the window. There is a line right on the coil where the feed ends. While the battery door can be installed both ways, make sure the door is installed with the window at the bottom near the base hardware or drainage hole. This way you can correctly gauge the liquid level when Plato is stood up.
When refilling E-juice and putting Plato on its side. Make sure to remove the battery as sometimes the fire button may go off when pressing down on the Plato device while refilling. You don’t want to accidentally press the fire button when there is no e-liquid on the coil as it may fry the atomizer.
Upgrade your Plato to the latest firmware to make sure your device has all of the latest functions. The current firmware version will allow you to customize your boot-up logo (v03 firmware). We should have a new firmware in several weeks so stay tuned to our blog.
There is a groove at the top of the cartridge where the screw head is. You can use your finger nails to pull the Plato cartridges out. If it feels like it is loose, there is no need to keep unscrewing. Just pull the unit out. The 0.4ohm coil cartridge is wider than the 1.8ohm nautilus cartridge so it may take some pulling on the groove to remove the cartridge.
Button Control: Click the Fire button 3 times within 2 seconds to put it into stealth mode. While in stealth mode you can vape, but cannot change settings. Click Fire button 5 times within 2 seconds to lock; When locked, press the fire button down for three seconds and the unit will power off. Please make sure to lock the Plato device when putting into your pocket or leaving unattended.
Press the Up and Down buttons at the same time when in Temp Control Mode, Variable Wattage (VW) Mode or Variable Voltage (VV) Mode to re-select a different mode. VW and VV modes are in Version 04 firmware and after. As mentioned above, stay tuned to our blog and social media pages as this new firmware will be released soon.
There will be many more tutorials, and firmware releases to come. Make sure to subscribe to our various channels. Check out written & video tutorials for the Plato before using:
Logo Tutorial – Shows you how to download the AspireUP tool and upload a customized boot-up screen.