I’ve been putting this review off because I thought the Aspire Nautilus Mini was too good to be true. After a few weeks with this thing… I can say it lives up to the hype.
The Aspire Nautilus mini looks like someone hit the regular Nautilus with a shrink ray. It’s around the same height, but it’s slimmed down diameter-wise. If you’re using an e-go type battery like a Vision Spinner, you’re going to love the way it looks. It was a little small looking on my Clone Hana Mod, but it was worth it.
The Nautilus Mini comes with all the features that you would expect – adjustable airflow, pyrex tank, and more. It holds 2ml of juice as compared to the regular Nautilus’ 5ml. You can also get a steel sleeve to protect that glass tank should you want to (be warned, the tank has a cutout that looks a little phallic).
The Nautilus Mini, just like the regular Nautilus, has 4 airflow options. What makes Aspires adjustable airflow fantastic is when you twist the AFC ring to your desired setting, it will click into place, and you don’t have to worry about it moving. It takes force to change it, but not too much. Just enough.
The difference is the coil – and that is the game changer here. The way the coil is built and the wicking material are what makes this vape better than you could ever expect. Sporting a new vertical coil design, it reminds me of a cartomizer. And they’ve also ditched the silica wick, and went to a new ceramic-type wick. The really good news? These new coils fit into the old full-size Nautilus as well.
Depending on the juice you run in this tank, if it’s a 50/50 blend, you can vape this puppy upwards of 20 watts. That’s almost unheard of for stock coils. Raise the viscosity of your juice, and you’ll want to vape it a little lower to avoid dry hits.
Pick one up here.
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