Vaping has come a long way over the last decade or so. I am sure many people never expected to see the types of modifications that are being done these days and could never have imagined people would be getting paid for winning cloud chasing competitions. Part of this growth has been fuelled by manufacturers openly considering suggestions from those people that partake in the vaping pastime. A great example of this is Aspire Atlantis’s second version of its subtank. It is a marked improvement over its predecessor and Aspire did a nice job of listening to its customers when redesigning it.
In this review we’ll be trying out the Atlantis, a standard-setting sub ohm tank by Aspire. A one-of-a-kind tank, the Atlantis has really set a standard to beat in the market for clearomisers and sub-ohm tanks.
Because the Aspire Atlantis is designed for sub ohm vaping – that’s vaping at a level of resistance less than 1 ohm – it produces bigger clouds and provides the user with a better, intense and luxurious flavour from their e-liquid when they vape. If you’re a vaping novice, the Atlantis Aspire isn’t recommended – sub ohm vaping with the Atlantis requires the right specific mods and batteries, so it’s not recommended that you get into sub ohm vaping unless you’re an experienced vaper who knows what they’re doing. The mech mod, or box mod that you’re using will need to be compatible with vaping at less than 1 ohm, so if you’re thinking of getting the Atlantis, check that the batteries and mods you’re planning to use with it are compatible products first.
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