We all know and love the Aspire Nautilus tanks, they’ve been around for so long it seems that they were the forerunner of all tanks of this type we see today, and yes, they are still going strong. It seems almost every day that I pass a Nautilus tank user, either on an Aspire mod like the Zelos, or some other mod. This is in no way surprising as they were, and probably still are, one of the best, most easy to use and reliable tanks on the market, especially for those vapers who enjoy a reliable MTL vape with easy to get great coil heads. It is those very 1.8 ohm, BVC, easily available and replaceable coil heads that has made the Nautilus what it has become today, and it’s still a best seller.
How could Aspire make any improvement on this? Well, they made it into an AIO (All In One) device! That’s right, the Nautilus has just become even more easy to use, more easy to carry and, unbelievably, more easy to change coils and even fill.
I had to grab one just to see if it was comparable to my Nautilus 2 tank. The first thing I noticed was that the capacity of the Nautilus AIO pod is even bigger at 4.5 ml, which will, of course, cut the number of times I usually need to refill in half (it also comes in a 2ml TPD version which is the same capacity as the Nautilus 2). Not only that, but it uses the same great Nautilus BVC coils that I prefer, the 1.8 ohm. The kit actually comes with two coils, a standard 1.8 BVC coil and a new NS (nic-salt) coil also rated at 1.8ohms specially designed for nic-salts but can still be used with your usual e-liquid.
To Be honest filling the Nautilus AIO pod is even simpler than the Nautilus 2 in that all I need to do was eject the pod by pressing the 2 side buttons on the device, turn the pod upside down, lift the silicon plug and fill, no unscrewing or really having to take it apart. While the pod was off the device I also noticed that there was and airflow adjustment screw on the base of the pod, my goodness, what more could you need on a pod system? It’s refillable, has replaceable coils, and adjustable airflow! The coils are just as easy to replace and a lot less messy than other devices out there. Just unscrew at the airflow adjustment housing, unscrew the coil from that housing screw in another, replace the housing into the pod and its done.
Don’t forget to give your new coils some time for the cotton to become saturated before using!
On my Nautilus 2, I vape at around 13-15 watts, on the 1.8 coil, the output of the Nautilus AIO is a continuous 12 watts so it’s perfect, yet another plus on this neat pocketable and convenient device.
It vapes wonderfully, warm, flavorsome, and with the adjustable airflow, and constant 12watt output, I can see myself having this as my go-to device when I’m out and about, though I’ll still keep my Nautilus 2 at home, I just love these Nautilus coils.
So, if you’re after a vape that has tried and tested coils and flavor but need something lighter, more compact and pocket friendly, then this is the device for you.
Cheers Aspire for another great little AIO pod device, and this time you included your great BVC Nautilus coils, well done, and keep it up.