If you are a mouth to lung vaper that is still on the hunt for the perfect mod for you or a former smoker who is new to vaping, then you should check this new kit from Aspire — the X30 Rover kit that comes with a Nautilus X tank. Today, we’ll dig in further what this puppy has to offer and why this deserves a little of your attention.
The Aspire X30 Rover kit is built with quality in mind. Although it may not be as impressive like others, it works pretty well, is durable, and reliable. Its appearance looks simple, displaying only three buttons and a screen along the side. It can produce a maximum wattage of 30 watts, although this is more than enough for what this vape is actually designed for.
What many are interested is the tank that comes with this. The Nautilus X tank is very well made and known for mouth to lung style vaping. What’s more, it features the patented ‘U-tech’ airflow and coils system. Now, if you are wondering how this works? Well, when you take a draw on the Nautilus X coil, the air actually goes in the top and passes through the coils following a “U” path. This means that the air flows over the coils twice.
But before you get giddy excited with the highly improved flavor Aspire promises to give you, especially for mouth to lung vaping, please take note that this is a simple case of coils. Thus, this needs to be broken in. So during the first few times you use them to vape, expect that the flavor can be extremely muted. But don’t let that keep your hopes down though. The more you use it, the more the flavor comes around. That being said, Aspire does deliver its promise that this tank is great for mouth to lung vaping.
In terms of power flexibility, the X30 Rover can be a little disappointing, but you really don’t need to be. Typically, you won’t be needing high power to initiate mouth to lung vaping. So the target users for this tank many actually never get close to the maximum 30 watts output. Also, the 1.8 ohm coils for the Nautilus tank are only rated between 12 and 16 watts. The NX30 can output up to 30 watts, while it can power coils with resistances between 0.2 and 3.5 ohms.
Portability-wise, this kit is good. The mod is small enough, measuring only 60 mm by 22.5 mm by 36 mm. The tank also has a leak-proof feature. Although it only packs a 2,000 mAh battery, it can go a long way since you will probably be vaping at less than 20 watts with this mod. Oh by the way, did I mention you can attach a lanyard? Just in case you don’t mind having a vape hanging around your neck in public.
Speaking of functionality, the kit is very user-friendly and its basic functions are similar to other vapes out there. To turn the device on, you just need to click the fire buttons five times. Then clicking the same button delivers power to the coil when it is turned on. The adjustable buttons – (+) and (-) – are used to set the wattage. But pressing both buttons together will rotate the screen.
Overall, I’d say that the Aspire X30 Rover kit can be a perfect mate for people who are wanting to shift from cigarette smoking to vaping. It is very easy and simple to use and is designed for mouth to lung draws. What’s more, it’s affordable too. The flavor it produces is also great. What more can you possibly ask for?
Get the Aspire X30 Rover kit for as low as NZD $75.99 only at www.nzecigstore.co.nz. The kit includes an Aspire NX30 mod, a Nautilus X tank, a pre-installed 1.8 ohm coil, a replacement Pyrex glass tube, a 510 adapter, a user manual, and a USB cord. Available colors are red, blue, black, and silver.
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