|Aspire Nautilus Kit|
The 'Nautilus' tank from Aspire was popping up left right and centre as the best tank on the market with rave reviews on most online shops. Here is the description from the aspire website..
"The Aspire Nautilus uses the new Aspire BDC coil heads, it has a 5ml glass Pyrex tank and it has an air flow control mechanism adjustable with the lower ring with 4 settings to make it the best atomizer so far in 2014. The air flow control allows to control the draw as well as fine tune how much e-Liquid feeds into the coil head. All these features makes the Aspire Nautilus a truly special atomizer and provide the absolute best vaping experience possible at the moment.Because of its shape and size the Aspire Nautilus looks fantastic on a Mod or APV style battery" - Aspire Website
|Aspire BDC Coil|
The other factor, for someone who was new to all of this was the Bottom Dual Coil(BDC). I was used to seeing these loose strands soaking the liquids, now there is a separate coil part that is fed from the top constantly with liquid as it absorbs and they can also be swapped when one burns out. You can also get 1.6 ohm or 1.8 ohm coils.
What I liked about the Nautilus Tank from Aspire.
Drip Tip - The removable drip tip is metal and at first felt weird going form plastic to metal but soon got used to it. The design was very nice and it felt comfortable on the lips whist vaping.
Design - The overall look of the tank and feel is very nice! It is a little large for on top of the MVP 2.0 but none the less it vapes great!
Hardware - The tank hardware is made out of Stainless steel and the tank itself is pyrex glass and it all screws together nicely which makes it easy to take apart and clean thoroughly when changing liquids or coils.
Adjustable Airflow - The new feature of adjustable airflow was a great addition to my set up! I could make the tank have a tight draw like a real cigarette or wide open so it was very 'airy' and I could get more vapour. I notice the tighter the draw the better the coil wicked the juice so I mainly used mine with the airflow on the third airflow setting so it wasn't too tight or 'airy'.