After using both of these devices, I’ve realized that they’re the most well performing clearomizers to hit the market yet. What’s even more interesting is that they’ve seemed to redefine how clearomizers should perform, and pretty much setting a bar for other manufacturers to work up to. Both the Nautilus and AeroTank are considered the new “high-end” of clearomizers, and though they can come with a hefty price tag, they’re surly well worth it.
The Kanger AeroTank is constructed in stainless steel, makes use of a pyrex glass for the tank portion, built featuring a bottom dual coil and sports an airflow controller, giving users the ability to increase or decrease airflow with the slide of a designated ring. Another perk to boast about for the AeroTank is its outstanding appearance. It comes close to resembling a Protank 3 and actually uses the same replaceable glass as the Protank 2 and 3, but is leaning towards the look of an RBA, especially with its very simple, straight and stainless steel drip tip. In addition, the AeroTank has a 2.5ml e-liquid capacity and can heavily compare to the looks of the Protank series.
On the other hand, the Aspire Nautilus is also constructed of stainless steel, makes use of a pyrex glass for the tank portion, but is quite a bit larger – holding a whopping 5ml e-liquid capacity. The Nautilus also features the bottom dual coil design and too has an airflow controller, but with four options of airflow levels. This clearomizer features quite the difference in appearance. It has a unique look, but top half resembles the Davide Tank by just a bit.
In my option, they’re both really awesome clearomizers. They both offer pretty much the same features, but they also have their own appearance. While I believe the Nautilus is the better quality of the two, it’s also backed by a higher cost. On the other hand, even though the Nautilus will cost more, I feel that the AeroTank performs better. Remember, we’re talking about two different coils that both perform great, but ultimately relies on personal preference.
In conclusion, it all comes down to what will fit in your line-up the best for you personally. If it’s top-notch quality you’re looking for, the Nautilus easily takes the cake. Appearance and performance however is more towards personal preference. They both perform great, they wick well and look very appealing. I personally prefer the looks and performance of the AeroTank, but you may feel completely different between the two.
Have you used both clearomizers? Tell us, which do you prefer the most – the Nautilus or the AeroTank?