The Aspire Nautilus AIO is a pod system made by Aspire, with a new design, slim, and Aspire claim as “stylish”. The Aspire Nautilus AIO comes in 6 satin finish colors (blue, jade, silver, black, red, and purple) and a gold/silver frame at the top edge of the pod.
The Kit Content:
The Aspire Nautilus AIO comes with the following:
1* Nautilus AIO device + Tank
2* 1.8Ω coils (1 regular BVC & 1 for Nicotine Salt)
2* Extra O rings (As a spare)
1* Silicone seal
1* Micro USB Cable
1* Warranty Card
1* User Manual
Design and Material:
The design might seem from the first sight that it is trendy and stylish, but the material of the device is very poor. The gold/silver frame on the top edge of the mod gives you the feeling that it is a very cheap device. Personally, I will never hold a pod like this in my hands!
Another problem with the design, is the side-buttons that you should use to eject the pod from the device. My problem is that I was confused many times when I was trying to get a puff, and instead of pressing the fire button, I was pressing the side buttons!!
Finally, the LEDs button is not really useful, as it has no indicator about the battery level, which is a basic feature everybody needs.
Size And Weight:
The device is not relatively small comparing to other pod systems, e.g. JustFog MiniFit, but its weight is okay. Personally, I do not prefer this size, but other people might find it more handy for them than a small device.
Battery, Power, and Charging:
The device has a built-in battery with capacity of 1000 mAh, which creates an output up to 12W, which is good for a pod device, and it has a relatively long life time.
The charging is done by simply by plugging the micro-usb cable into the side of the device, and attach the other end to any power supply not exceeding 1A. When you attach the micro-usb cable with the power on, the LEDs will flash blue and orange three times, and after you fully charge it, the LEDs will flash blue then orange twenty times then go off.
The Aspire Nautilus AIO comes with 4.5ml pod, which is great for a long day, as you will not need to hold a bottle with you when you go out. It is filled from the bottom, with a big hole for an easy filling.
The main problem with the pod is the drip tip, its poor material and design were not convenient for me at all. In addition, the cover of the drip tip is bulky, and cannot be hocked to the device when using the pod, and is not chained or connected to it. So, expect to lose it!
Another good thing about it, is that it uses the Aspire’s famous Nautilus BVC coils rated at 1.8 ohms, and comes with a second one that they claim to be used with nicotine salts. For me, the coil looks exactly the same and I was not able to figure any difference between them.
Air Flow System:
The Aspire Nautilus AIO has an adjustable airflow system, so you can adjust the amount of air flow according to your preference. Yet, the design of this pod makes of the air-flow system, as a whole, a disaster!!
As the air flow system is inside the device, and because the device is made from, apparently, cheap materials, you will feel the taste or smell of plastic when you start vaping by this device. I changed the liquids to different flavors, but the same bad taste remains there!!!
Usability and Coil Installation:
The Aspire Nautilus AIO Kit is very easy to install and use. It will just take from you few second to install everything, as shown in the below picture.
The isolation of the device is good, and I did not feel any abnormal heat.
This is not applicable, since it is a basic pod system. Yet, the LEDs indicator is not showing the battery level.
The price is relatively high comparing to the other pod systems, especially for the poor quality of this device. For me it was just a waste of money!
Note: This a non-sponsored review, and it is my own personal opinion and experience with the Aspire Nautilus AIO.
Share with us in the comment your opinion and experience with the Aspire Nautilus AIO Kit!
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Aspire Nautilus AIO KIT Overall Review
I do not think that Aspire did a good job with the Nautilus AIO, I expected to see a better-quality pod, with better design, material, and above all air-flow system. At the end anything can be tolerated, as soon as it is a safe device, but what can never be tolerated is the flavor or the cloud of any vaping device. The Aspire Nautilus AIO is a big NO, when it comes to a basic acceptable vaping experience!
- Size And Weight
- Battery, Power, And Charging
- Usability And Installation
- Design And Material
- Air Flow System
- LEDs Indicator
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