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Aspire are best known for creating the Nautilus, Atlantis, Triton and now the Cleito. These tanks are unique compared to other tanks on the market, so when they decided they were going to build their brand making mods we got excited. Aspire's first foray into making mods, the Aspire ESP 30W, wasn't popular, didn’t receive much praise and here at CVS we didn't rate it too highly. However the Pegasus is a step up in overall quality and design. The Pegasus can deliver up to 70 Watts of power in regular mode, and has the ability to run temperature control. The added bonus of supporting Kanthal Nickel and Titanium atomisers means this mod has the makings of a star.
The Aspire Triton range has been around a while now. It has been a tank range we have been a fan of from the start. The Triton series has always aimed itself as a mouth to lung vape, interestingly meaning it is a good alternative to the popular Nautilus series. The original Triton tank came with an optional RBA unit (Aspire call it an RTA). The Triton series has also been a tank designed for top fill, which set it apart when released as most tanks were still bottom fill.
Drip Tips are the mouthpieces on the end of your e-cigarette.
You have found a vape tank you love but the drip tip is now starting to show signs of age. You love the tank but perhaps hate the tip which is ruining the experience. Here at cheapvapouriserspares.co.uk we feel your pain, which is why we now stock a variety of drip tips in different styles, shapes and colours to suit you.
Kangertech did a fantastic job updating their range of coils to fit the Subtank, Toptank and Subvod series. With the updated coils came Stainless Steel Organic Cotton (SSOCC) coils. The SSOCC coils perform brilliantly but there is confusion as to what the coil wire is made of. The confusion has arisen from the name SSOCC, with the SS standing for stainless steel. Easy mistake to assume the coil wire is made from stainless steel, however this is not the case.
Introducing Eleaf iCare, the new compact e-cigarette that looks like nothing you will have seen before. Is it a fashion statement or is it any good?
The Eleaf iCare is a compact and sleek e-cigarette starter kit built with an internal tank and adjustable airflow system. Being so small and sleek the iCare comes with no yes/no buttons to turn it on or off and certainly has no lcd or adjustable wattage mode. It is a modern homage to the original e-cigs of old: charge it up and inhale and the machine does the rest. The higher strength the e-liquid you load it with the stronger the hit for those just starting to give up smoking.
Kangertech have always managed to build a good quality, everyday tank that is user-friendly and great for people starting to sub-ohm vape.
When Kangertech created the subtank mini they knew what they were doing. The tank was a revelation and became one of the most, if not the most popular sub-ohm tanks ever created. It was brilliant, and with 4.5ml e-juice capacity it had the power to create good flavoursome vapour while still being frugal on the e-juice. The tank could be bought on its own or with Kangertech’s kbox mini mod. But how does the toptank mini compare?
The Smok Alien 220W temperature control mod is a truly amazing piece of kit. It can be bought as a device only or as a starter kit which integrates the legendary Baby Beast tank. Unfortunately the starter kit will have to change after 20th March 2017 due to TPD law. The Smok Alien comes with a huge 220W max power output whilst also managing to be small enough to fit in your pocket.
Many people will look at a mod with a silicon case, fancy driptip and a standout vape band and think, is this really necessary?
Have you ever seen somebody with a mod that looks a little different and couldn’t work out why? Wondered why on earth have they got that case on such a good looking mod? Is there actually a benefit to this or is it going to cause damage? These are just some of the questions the CVS team come across daily.
Smok created the daddy of all tanks when they created the TFV8 Cloud Beast but how does its baby brother compare?
The Baby Beast may be slightly smaller in size - 22mm tank to its bigger brother’s 24mm tank, holding 3ml of E-juice instead of 6ml - and at a 3rd of the size you'd be forgiven for thinking it was going to be a flop. How wrong you would be. This tank may be smaller but it certainly hasn’t lost any performance.