Hey vape fans, and welcome to another Mt Baker Vapor Product Spotlight. My name’s Michael and today we’re going to be going over the Aspire Nautilus tank. Let’s go ahead and dive in and see what we’ve got.
Alright, so when your Nautilus arrives in the mail it’s going to come in this box with this little clear slip over it, and then the box with the picture of the nautilus on the front. So let’s go ahead and open this.
Right on top, the first thing you’re going to see is the manual. This is going to be your guide on how to basically everything on this atomizer, so make sure to give that a look. And then in here we’re going to have the tank itself.
The Nautilus is a big device. If you’re used to something like a Protank or the iClear 30, any atomizer like that, this is going to kind of be a bit shocking to you. As you can see it is quite large. The Mini Nautilus is more to the size of your standard Protank.
Although the one thing that comes along with that is the 5ml capacity, as you can see there marked on the side, it goes up to 5ml. This is awesome because you don’t have to fill your tank as often. So, it’s got a standard, removable 510 drip tip, and then it comes apart into a few different pieces.
Here we’re going to have the base. When it comes in the mail it’s going to have a pre-installed coil. To change the coil you just unscrew here and screw a new one in. In the full size Nautilus we have what’s called the Bottom Dual Coil (BDC).
If you can see in there, there’s one coil right on top of the other, and then there’s some wicking material on the outside. However, the full size Nautilus does accept the Bottom Vertical Coil (BVC) that come standard in the Mini Nautilus.
So if you prefer those, you can still have your large tank capacity with the bottom vertical coil. On the base you’re going to see this adjusted airflow control. There’s four different settings for this so you can have that tight draw or the really open airy draw.
Since this is a bottom coil device, we’re gonna fill from the bottom. So when your device is apart here, you just flip this upside down and then you fill the device right up to that 5ml line that we looked at.
Once full of e-juice, all you have to do is screw it back together, give it a few dry pulls to make sure it’s fully saturated and then you’re good to go. So that’s the tank itself. As I mentioned it has the one coil installed in it.
It’s also going to come with a second coil here, as well as an ego beauty cone in case you’re using an ego device. That way you can cover up those threads. So there you have it. That’s the full size Aspire Nautilus.
I’ve actually been really enjoying this tank. It holds a lot of e-juice, so I don’t have to fill it as often. And I’m liking it even more ever since the release of the bottom vertical coils. So it’s definitely a recommendation in my book.
So, go ahead and give it a try. As always, if you have any questions or comments go ahead and leave them in the comments section below. And don’t forget to subscribe to the channel. See you next time.