Aspire has recently launched a new pod mod, the Aspire BP80. This new pod mod is the evolution of the BP60 pod mod. Both pod mods have similar features, but the Aspire BP80 is more powerful and has some extra features that are not available on the BP60.

Although their designs are very different, both devices have very similar characteristics. Nonetheless, the BP80 is easier to carry, more ergonomic and more powerful than the BP60 (the BP80 can reach up to 80 W while the BP60 can reach up to 60 W).

Both pod mods are excellent for DTL and MTL vaping. In other words, these vaping devices are very versatile and designed to adapt to many vaping styles.

The BP60 is rectangular with rounded corners, while the BP80 is a cylinder-shape device with a comfortable grip. Sometimes, it reminds me of a cigar!

The BP60 and BP80 are versatile pod mods that have a similar performance as powerful mods maintaining the portability of a pod system. In short, we can define pod mods as a natural evolution of traditional pod systems.

BP60 vs BP80: The Design

The BP80 looks very different to its predecessor. It’s designed as a cylinder-shaped vape while the BP60 is rectangular with rounded corners. The BP80 is slightly longer than the BP60 (118 mm the BP80 and 99 mm the BP60) and thicker. However, the BP60 is slightly wider than the BP80 (38 mm the BP60 vs 33 mm the BP80).

The BP60 has a bit more pod capacity than the BP80. The BP60 pod has 5 ml e-liquid capacity while the BP80 has 4.6 ml capacity. However, the biggest and most important difference between these two pod mods is their battery capacity. For instance, the Aspire BP60 comes with a built-in 1400 mAh battery while the BP80 has an impressive 2500 mAh built-in battery capacity. Therefore, the BP80 is a bit more powerful than the BP60 as it can reach up to 80 W of output power.

Vaping Style

Both devices are compatible with all BP coils and both pod mods come with a 0.6-ohm double shot coil and a 0.3-ohm mesh coil. In addition, the BP80 comes with a 0.17-ohm mesh coil for DTL vaping. Moreover, Aspire has just released a new 1.0-ohm coil for MTL vaping. This new coil is perfect for nicotine salts.

The BP80 and BP60 offer “smart” vaping modes. For example, you can choose between “auto” and “manual” vape modes. The auto mode is a smart vaping mode that will automatically detect the coil resistance and the screen will display the optimal wattage range. The wattage cannot be adjusted higher than the maximum wattage range that they coil can support. The BP60 has the same auto-mode as the BP80.

On the other hand, if you prefer to have full control of your vape settings, then you should choose the “manual” mode. On manual mode, you can easily adjust the output wattage from 1 to 80 watts. Just simply adjust the wattage using the “+” and “-” buttons. This is the same in the BP60, in the manual mode, you have full control over the UI, which means you can set the parameters by yourself.

Other Features

The BP80 allows you to change the screen color and adjust the screen brightness. This is interesting especially when you vape outdoors, and the sun reflects on the screen. In addition, both the BP80 and the BP60 have a puff counter to record your vape puffs.

As mentioned above, the biggest difference between the BP80 and the BP60 is the battery capacity and output power. The BP80 is more powerful and versatile as it is designed for DTL, restricted DTL and MTL vaping styles.

Another difference between the BP80 and the BP60 pod mod is the filling method. The BP60 is filled from the side of the pod while the BP80 is filled from the bottom of the pod.

It’s very easy to change the coil in both devices. You just need to invert the pod and pull out the used coil, then simply push in the new coil and you are ready to vape your BP80 or BP60 again.

BP80 vs BP60: Conclusion

Both pod mods are very similar but the BP80 has some extra features. For instance, you can change the screen color and adjust the screen brightness. Moreover, the BP80 comes with a 2500 mAh built-in battery. In other words, the BP80 can reach up to 80 W of output power.


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