Aspire Nautilus – Dominating The Clearomizer Market

Blake Brown
by Blake Brown
2 Comments
March 3, 2014

aspire nautilusEvery so often there comes a product that completely dominates a specific category in the market. For Mods it was the MVP, for rebuildables it was the Kayfun and for clearomizers it was the Protank series.

However, the throne is short lived in this industry as manufacturers ramp up production for a very demanding consumer base. The Protank series received one hell of a ride, and though the appearance, quality and performance is quite outstanding, the Protank ran out of breathe and eventually lost its hype, becoming yesterdays news as one of the best clearomizers ever to be seen creates a shock-wave throughout the clearomizer market.

The Aspire Nautilus has now stepped forth with its beauty, its iconic detail, and superb performance, claiming its new throne. The Nautilus screams excellence in every sense, setting a new bar for other manufacturers to follow and reminding consumers exactly why they fell in love with this industry in the first place. Aspire Nautilus – Dominating the clearomizer market.

The ordinary polished aluminum drip tip doesn’t do its wide bodied 5mL pyrex glass figure justice, but its lower and more serious appearing stainless steel base is what builds the anticipation. The anticipation continues to build from the rotation of its adjustable airflow abilities and eventually erupts with each and every pull from the bottom 1.7Ohm dual coil that rests submerged in e-liquid. Many may judge the Nautilus heavily on its outside appearance, but what may go unnoticed is its precise attention to detail and overall design.

aspire nautilus coilWhat lies unnoticed is the careful attention to the coils wicking holes. Instead of the coil and wicking holes sitting above the bottom base, the Nautilus wicking holes sit at the bottom of the coil, which is inside the bottom base; allowing the user to vape every last drop of e-liquid in the tank. Furthermore, the dual coils work hard as the e-liquid flawlessly and continuously flows to create large plumes of vapor. Welcome to a “high-end” clearomizer.

Though the Aspire Nautilus may not be the last clearomizer to blow our minds with amazement, it’s certainly dominating the clearomizer market today. In my opinion, there’s never been another clearomizer quite this unique. It’s the attention to small details that gets me, like the outstanding rubber seal that mates with the pyrex glass, the manufacturers knowing they could make the top cap polished metal, while knowing the bottom needed to be stainless steel, and knowing the past Aspire clearomizers air holes sat too high, leaving e-liquid left behind. They’ve created a bombshell of a clearomizer and though the competition is heavy right now, it’ll be hard to knock the Nautilus from its current throne.

 

 

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2 Responses to “Aspire Nautilus – Dominating The Clearomizer Market”

      Runarnd on March 3rd, 2014 7:56 pm

      I think anything in the Aspire line is top notch, however this was one that I think has some flaws, mainly the durability factor. I was the only store in my area that did not carry it because I knew with the way the glass was threaded and the bubbled body – that breaks were in the future. So far, everyone that has used it LOVES it, so don’t get me wrong. However, the amount of stories of how many have had to replace their glass is off the charts. Yes, we can be careful but lets face it – we ALL drop our mods. I have seen 3 fall all of 2 feet in my store and pow – crunch!

      Thankfully, they now have the metal body for these and it’s damn beautiful. However, if any are looking to get one of these I just want to warn you in advance that they are not drop friendly, at all. This isn’t by any means a bash on the write up, just more of a word of caution of how fragile they are. Most I know that own one are on their 3rd or 4th glass replacement already (along with pricey pricey coil heads added in) or now have bought the metal tube. Not all new things that are pretty were made for the every day vaper :)

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