Clearomisers for e-cigs are hitting the market on a consistent basis. With major companies that include Innokin, Vision, Kanger, and Aspire all vying for the most profits, they’re always busy coming up with the latest and greatest clearomisers to take the e-cig market by storm and garner the most customers possible. In fact, the battle continues so fiercely that, as soon as you think one company has released the best product possible and has made its way ahead of its competition, another jumps in to take its place as the leader of the pack.
One of the latest clearomisers that have been released onto the market is the Aspire Nautilus, which also happens to go by a variety of other names, ultimately depending upon where you’re purchasing the product from. For example, you may see it listed as the Aspire Nautilus Clearomiser, the Aspire Nautilus BDC, which stands for Bottom Dual Coil, or the Aspire Nautilus Glassomiser. But we’ll keep things simple and just refer to it as the Aspire Nautilus.
We got the opportunity to give this product a try, and the review of our test is what follows. Check it out to determine if this is the clearomiser you’ve been waiting for.
Key Features & Specifications
- Comes with a 1.6 ohms coil that’s pre-installed
- Comes with 1 replacement coil at 1.8 ohms
- Has 1 eGo-thread beauty ring
- Holds 5ml of e-liquid
- Comes with an owner manual and gift box
In terms of size, the Aspire Nautilus is roughly 20-30% larger than the Kanger AeroTank. But, like the Aerotank, it also has an adjustable airflow that works very well, thanks to a superb design that makes the product effective and reliable. You can easily open it for a super easy draw on your e-cig, as well as close it to the point that nothing comes out. Ultimately, you’ll need to find the perfect draw, and that’s surprisingly easy after you get used to handling the Aspire Nautilus for a little while.
The product’s airflow control knob is found right beneath the Pyrex tank, and it’s the widest ring there. Twist it a quarter of a turn and feel the click to figure out what port size you’ve reached. There are four portholes, and each controls the amount of air that comes into the coils and chamber. More specifically, the airflow sizes are as follows: 0.9mm, 1.1mm, 1.4mm, and 1.8mm. This allows you to tailor the vape in ways that you wouldn’t be able to with your typical glassomiser.
We also like the fact that you can adjust not only the drag, but also the temperature, or warmth, of the vapour. You can also gain control over how much vape you want produced by the Aspire Nautilus. All of these features work very well. And when you add these great options to the fact that the product also features variable wattage battery and variable voltage, you quickly realise that there are many different combinations that you can try in order to give yourself the customised smoking experience you desire.
Also, the coil design on the Aspire Nautilus isn’t like that found on other X.Jet and Aspire clearomisers. Instead, this new design produces a really clean flavour that everyone will enjoy. One downside, though, is that the coils aren’t re-buildable, so they’ll need to be replaced when they stop performing as they should.
Giving It a Test Run
Overall, the experience of using the Aspire Nautilus was a very pleasant one. We like the fact that it’s built in a way that you can fill it up with a full 5ml of the e-liquid of your choice, which isn’t possible with other clearomisers.
Also, unlike other clearomisers, most of which end up leaking, the Aspire Nautilus won’t leak unless there’s damage to the tank. Other components of the product, from the coils to the O-Rings, are built in a way that prevents leaking in the first place, making this product a worthwhile investment.
Depending upon your personal preference, you may or may not like the fact that the Aspire Nautilus comes with a removable drip tip made of stainless steel. If you find that you don’t like this particular drip tip, though, we found that it’s simple to replace it with any other drip tip that’s designed for a 510 tank, such as wooden or plastic options.
Ultimately, we feel that the Aspire Nautilus has to be the top clearomiser available on today’s market—that is, until something better comes along because, as we said earlier, there’s a lot of competition in this niche.