Aspire has launched a new mod, the Aspire Paradox mod. The Paradox mod is another collaboration between Aspire and the Italian engineering house NoName and it marks Aspire’s second collaboration with NoName. This mod is compact and sleek with a user-friendly interface. Its minimalistic design and comfortable feel make it an ideal mod for vapers looking for an ergonomic and easy-to-use mod. The Aspire NoName Paradox has can fire up to 75 W with a single 18650 battery. Moreover, it comes with three output modes VV/ VW/ Bypass. In addition, it is a very solid and compact device thanks to its zinc alloy frame.

The Aspire NoName Paradox mod is available in three colors: Dark Knight, Quicksilver and Orion Silver.

Aspire NoName in three different colors.
Aspire NoName in three different colors.

Let’s have a more detailed look of its specifications.

Product Specifications

  1. Designed by NoName
  2. Minimalist design and ultra-comfortable feel
  3. VV/VW/Bypass output modes
  4. 1-75W wattage output
  5. Single 18650 battery mod (battery not included)
  6. 2A Type-C quick charging
  7. 0.91’’ OLED screen
  8. Aspire easy-to-use ASP chipset
  9. 510 Connector
  10. Ventilation holes
  11. Type-C charging port

Quality and Design

Aspire Paradox
Aspire Paradox

The Aspire NoName Paradox mod is made of zinc alloy with a rubber pad for a better grip. This mod is very solid and ergonomic, and it houses a single 18650 battery that will allow you to fire up to 75 W. As all Aspire mods, the Aspire Paradox comes with Aspire’s proprietary chipset with many safety features:

  • Vaping overtime protection
  • Short circuit protection
  • Overheat protection
  • Low voltage protection
  • Overcharge protection
  • Over discharge protection

The Aspire NoName Paradox mod is a compact mod (78*42*27 mm) with a 0.91-inch OLED screen that comes with a zinc alloy cover to protect the screen. The mod has a maximum charging current of 2 A with a type-C charging port. In addition, despite its solid zinc alloy frame, the Aspire Noname Paradox is quite light with a net weight of just 164 g.

It is compatible with all 510 atomizers. For instance, you can vape it with Aspire’s NoName 9th tank or with any other Aspire 510 tanks.

How to Vape the Aspire NoName Paradox?

The Aspire NoName Paradox is compatible with 510 tanks. You can vape it in MTL and DTL vaping styles. For example, if you vape it with the Aspire NoName 9th tank, then it’s a perfect combination for an MTL vaping style.

You can adjust the wattage output from 1 to 75 W and it is easily adjustable with the “+” and “-” buttons.

You can choose between three output modes: variable voltage, variable wattage, and bypass. You just need to press the fire button and “+” button simultaneously to switch between VW (variable wattage) / VV (variable voltage) / BYPASS mode. Furthermore, you can adjust the continuous fire time from 1 to 15 s.

The Aspire NoName Paradox support resistance is 0.1 to 3.5 Ω, which means you can vape it with 1-ohm + coils and sub-ohm coils.

Paradox Kit Contents

Standard Version and TPD Version

1* Paradox Mod (18650 Battery Not Included)

1* Type-C Cable

1* User Manual


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