Nautilus AIO Pod System Review
Things I love
The Nautilus AIO is compatible with Aspire’s old Nautilus BVC coils, but my favorite coil to run is the 1.8 ohm NS (nic salt) coil. Though this coil is designed for high nic pod juices it’s also capable of running 70 VG blends without dry hitting due to the bigger juice flow openings on the coil. With a battery rated at 1000 mAh, heavy vapers like myself get about 8 hours of run time before charging; if you’re a moderate vaper, expect 10 to 14 hours. The Nautilus AIO also has a massive 4.5 ml capacity, which means I’m only refilling once per day.
Things that aren’t perfect
The juice fill port on it can make it hard to fill with certain bottle tips and a glass dropper is nearly impossible. The issue you run into is that escaping air will sometimes form a bubble causing the juice to pour up over the sides of the port. For most plastic tipped bottles this can be avoided by pushing the tip down and angling it slightly to the side allowing air to escape the pod as you fill it. Besides that, my only complaint is cosmetic: I wish the mod’s housing was metal instead of plastic.
The Aspire Nautilus AIO is an impressive super pod system on par with the breeze 2 (flavor and battery wise) but more user friendly with the all bottom access for adjusting airflow, coil changes, and juice refill. If your looking for a no-fuss pod system designed to last you most of the day, the Nautilus AIO is a great choice.
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