The new Aspire Athos Tank Atomizer 4ml Silver & Rainbow quick review

Aspire just launched the new Speeder 200W kit including Speeder mod and Athos tank. It looks fantastic, but how’s its performance? Today I will review the Athos tank in brief, let’s check it out together!

The Athos is very nice in appearance; there is a tapered clear drip tip and an extra, wider bore, Delrin drip tip, similar to a ‘chuff cap’ for different needs. The whole structure is very simple, it’s very easy to change the coil and clean the tank.

There is a nice knurling design both on top cap and adjustable airflow ring, so you can easily grip and unscrew the top cap to fill or adjust the airflow.


The Aspire Athos tank features easy top-filling, with a very adequate fill port, big enough to drip or drop e-liquid into it without any mess.


The Aspire Athos uses an all new coil design, the Tri-coil head, (three cores) is rated at 0.3Ω and the recommended power setting is 60-75 watts, while the Penta-coil head (five cores) rated at 0.16 Ω with a recommended power setting of 100-120 watts. Many people want to know how it compares to our Cleito tank, I’ll tell you, the Athos is somewhat different to the Cleito, more like our Cleito120 but with the benefit of a more powerful output and greater airflow (you can imagine the difference between single coil and multi-coil set-up).


It’s a bit unfortunate for sub-ohm vapers in TPD regulated countries’, but don’t worry, Aspire has you covered. In order to meet TPD requirements, The Aspire Athos has 2ml and 4ml options. As you can see in the picture below, the 2ml and 4ml versions uses same base hardware, same coil, same top cap and drip tip, so to switch back to a 4ml version, you just need to change the glass and metal protective tube, then you will be able to have a 4ml version, lol. don’t let the TPD regulators know!


Want to know more about Aspire Athos? Check here: Aspire Athos Tank

Resource: http://forums.aspirecig.com/discussion/29739/the-new-aspire-athos-tank-quick-review

HealthCabin Supplier Daily News-Sigelei, Inookin, Eleaf, Joyetech, Aspire, Geekvape, Lost Vape & amp;Smok

HealthCabin Supplier Daily News-Sigelei, Inookin, Eleaf, Joyetech, Aspire, Geekvape, Lost Vape & Smok

 

Sigelei:Wanna know how amazing this Compack F1 is? Hurry to watch it. 💨💨

The Sigelei Fuchai GLO 230w TC Box Mod introduces powerful new features and industry leading advancement in material design. The Fuchai GLO utilizes adjustable led for a personalized luminous appearance as well as comes with the timeless fuchai 213 design, round edge for improved comfort. 230 watts of power that satisfies any cloud chasers.

Innokin:There’s no better way to get through the midweek crisis than with an Innokin Oceanus.

Eleaf:The compact size, rich functionality and various colors, which one attracts you most? And which color you like best? Eleaf iKuuni80

Joyetech:Available in multiple attractive colors, the ATOPACK PENGUIN SE makes your daily vaping interesting and colorful.😘🐧

Aspire:Competitive subohm tank to Cleito120.Wanna know which one of Athos and Cleito120 is better for cloud?

GeekvapeAegis is perfect for outdoors person who does a lot of fishing and camping etc,. Do you think so ? 😉😉😉

lost vape:Let’s try to put the paranormaldna75c in hand to see what it looks like. And yes, it is a flip and lock battery door on the bottom of the device to convince the replacement of batteries. 👍💨💨

Smok: OSUB King Kit, comes from OSUB series, brings you a great experience with higher power. It consists of OSUB King 220W mod and TFV8 Big baby tank with maximum 220W that powered by two external 18650 batteries. Meanwhile, it continues the big fire key of OSUB series. You would enjoy vaping with ease and verve with TFV8 Big Baby tank.Innovation keeps changing the vaping experience!

 

Aspire Speeder 200W Kit with Athos Tank- really something sensible

Aspire Speeder, 200W Kit, Athos tank,

Let’s get ready to rumble!

The release of the now highly popularized SMOK Alien has sparked a battle royale among mod manufacturers. Next in the ring was the Predator, followed by the Revenger, both trying to gain the advantage. Aspire, one of the OG’s of this game, has come back to reclaim their title.

At first glance, the Aspire Speeder looks like it was designed with practicality and ergonomics in mind. The body has a rubberized finish, and a design almost reminiscent of the SX Mini G Class. It has a rounded symmetrical shape that looks like a two-way radio without the antenna. It doesn’t go up to 220 watts like its peers, but puts out more than enough power to chase clouds.

Aspire Speeder 200W Kit Specs and features

Specs

Size: 88mm(H) x 31mm(W) x 46mm(L)

Power Range: 1 – 200W

TEMP Range: 200℉ – 600℉/ 100℃ – 315℃

Voltage Range: 0.1 – 8.4V

Modes: VW/VV/Bypass/TC-Ti/TC-Ni/TC-SS/TCR

Thread: Spring loaded 510 threads

Display: 0.96-inch OLED screen

Charging port: Micro USB port

Battery: 2 x 18650 battery (not included)

Contents

1x Speeder MOD

1x Athos Tank

1x Extra A3 Kanthal AF Tri-coil head

1x Extra drip tip

1x Glass tube

1x USB cable

12x O-rings

1x Warning card

1x Manual

1x Warranty card

 

Thoughts

The Speeder 200W is packed with all of the standard features you would come to expect from a company like Aspire, plus a few extras. For example, it has a variety of modes including bypass, wattage, voltage, temp control, TCR functionality and customizable heating curves, similar to the Vaporesso OMNI 2.0 chipset. Aspire’s Speeder also boasts a 0.96″ auto-adjusting OLED screen which sets it apart from the Vaporesso Revenger, and a ton of other dual-battery mods. The Speeder is Aspire’s first mod to utilize a lateral fire key, instead of the standard firing button.

The Speeder kit comes with a brand-new tank called the Athos, named after the Greek god said to have created the “holy mountain”. What does this have to do with vaping? I’m guessing that Aspire is implying how it can create mountains of vapor, mountains of flavor, or possibly both? The tank comes standard with 0.3-ohm triple coils, with a spare 0.16-ohm hexadecimal coils. The Athos looks like it will be directly competing with the ever-so-popular Cloud Beast series.

“The Speeder is packed with all of the features you would come to expect from Aspire, plus a few extras…”

Other standout features of the mod include individual monitoring of each 18650 cell, and solid, spring-loaded, gold-plated 510 connections. The Athos comes with two drip tip options; a wide bore for clouds and a smaller one for flavor. The tank is available in 4 mL and 2 mL capacities.

The Speeder 200W kit includes the mod and matching tank which is currently available in three colors: black, gold and silver. What has your experience been with Aspire products so far? Does the Aspire Speeder combo have the potential to knock its competitors out of the squared circle?

How to choose a vape suitable for a new vaper?

How to choose a vape suitable for a new vaper?

After recent years of development, vaping has become more and more popular, and vape products are continually developing. However for new vapers, faced with so many new products and developing technology, selecting the right device that suits their needs is proving to be a much more difficult task as the choices become more confusing with each new product release Therefore its vital that they choose wisely.

Here’s a quick helpful guide to selecting the right vape device.

RDA/RTA

First, the ‘style’. Probably the easiest to use is the ‘pen’ type device

At some point, many vapers will start trying building their own coil after vaping for a while to take more control over their preferred vaping experience.

Building coils will not only bring enjoyment to them, but also save some money in buying prebuilt coils.

For these vapers, a easy-to-build and simple RDA or RTA will be what they want.

For this kind of products, Aspire Cleito and Cleito120 RTA will be a very good start to their coil building skills. We also recommend Aspire Quad-Flex RDTA kit, which can be configured as an RDA, Squonker RDA, RDTA and Nautilus X tank. This will be very cost-effective for vapers who want both tank and RDA.

Recommendation:Geekvape Blitzen RTA and VandyVape ICONIC RDA

 

Pen style

For the new vaper, simplicity and ease of use tops the list when it comes to choosing. The pen-style kit works with the touch of a button, no need to adjust wattage or voltage, you just need to fill the tank and press the fire button.

Its also very easy and convenient for a lazy vaper or people with perhaps limited movement in their hands such as the old or infirm.

These products are generally small and extremely portable, you can take in anywhere in purse or pocket.

Recommendation:SMOK Stick X8  and  Aspire PockeX AIO

 

Smoking cessation

A mouth to lung (mtl) tank

Lots of vapers come to vaping in order to stop smoking, so to mimic their habit initially; it’s wise to choose a mouth-to-lung style tank. This kind of tank has a restricted airflow, similar to the way a cigarette feels. They generally also have great flavor, essential for new vapers.

Due to the restrictive airflow it is able to be used with high nicotine e-liquids to help ‘Kick’ the habit with the usual ‘throat hit’. The mouth-to-lung tank will give the best experience and the feeling will be similar to smoking.

Recommendation:Aspire Nautilus Mini  and Nautilus 2

Sub Ohm Tank

After vaping for some time, vapers will usually move on to require bigger ‘clouds’ of vapor and will want to start sub ohm vaping.

There are more and more vapers (especially the young, in their twenties) who want to enjoy the fuller clouds that a sub ohm cloud set up can bring. The sub ohm products now available run in to the hundreds and can be very confusing. The Sub ohm tank is designed to increase the airflow and increased airflow means bigger cloud vapor production. Another thing that will increase vapor production is a higher VG e-liquid. Which is usually also associated with sub ohm vaping. However, people still expect premium flavor as well as getting bigger clouds of vapor.

Recommendation:Aspire Cleito  and  Cleito120

 

Single 18650 Box Mod

For (mouth to lung) MTL vapers, a single 18650 mod and its increased flexibility in supporting variable wattage/voltage/TC modes etc. will be good for them, the ease of use, grip, feeling , stability and the whole performance will be the main attraction.

A high-quality mod will be also a cost-efficient choice.

Recommendation:Aspire NX75

Dual 18650s Mod

Different from MTL vapers, the DL (Direct to Lung) vapers might prefer dual 18650s mod which can last a long time for their daily vaping. The higher wattage available will also be necessary for sub ohm tanks such as a RDA or RDTA. The grip, feeling, durability and accuracy of output will be the keys to select a high-wattage mod, and of course the appearance is also very important.

Recommendation:Vaporesso Switcher 220W Mod Kit 

Kit

Many new vapers don’t know how to choose tanks and proper mods that match, so the official ‘kits’ will be good for them. Either the color and appearance matching, or appropriate performance, a kit will bring the best experience and convenience to you.

Recommendation:

MTL Kit:  Aspire Zelos 50W kit

Sub Ohm Kit:  Aspire EVO75 kit

 

After reading this article, do you figure out what vape products you’d like to pick?

Vaporesso Switcher Kit – New Year’s surprise

The new Aspire Athos tank quick review

Aspire just launched the new Speeder 200W kit including Speeder mod and Athos tank. It looks fantastic, but how’s its performance? Today I will review the Athos tank in brief, let’s check it out together!

The Athos is very nice in appearance; there is a tapered clear drip tip and an extra, wider bore, Delrin drip tip, similar to a ‘chuff cap’ for different needs. The whole structure is very simple, it’s very easy to change the coil and clean the tank.

There is a nice knurling design both on top cap and adjustable airflow ring, so you can easily grip and unscrew the top cap to fill or adjust the airflow.

The Aspire Athos tank features easy top-filling, with a very adequate fill port, big enough to drip or drop e-liquid into it without any mess.

The Aspire Athos uses an all new coil design, the Tri-coil head, (three cores) is rated at 0.3Ω and the recommended power setting is 60-75 watts, while the Penta-coil head (five cores) rated at 0.16 Ω with a recommended power setting of 100-120 watts. Many people want to know how it compares to our Cleito tank, I’ll tell you, the Athos is somewhat different to the Cleito, more like our Cleito120 but with the benefit of a more powerful output and greater airflow (you can imagine the difference between single coil and multi-coil set-up).

It’s a bit unfortunate for sub-ohm vapers in TPD regulated countries’, but don’t worry, Aspire has you covered. In order to meet TPD requirements, The Aspire Athos has 2ml and 4ml options. As you can see in the picture below, the 2ml and 4ml versions uses same base hardware, same coil, same top cap and drip tip, so to switch back to a 4ml version, you just need to change the glass and metal protective tube, then you will be able to have a 4ml version, lol. don’t let the TPD regulators know!

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