The vape pod system kits are small and portable, do not give extra burden when you go for traveling, therefore it is loved by vapors who want to replace the cigarette. However, another meaning of the pod systems is that its smoke output is relatively small, therefore, its taste is usually much worse than that of the conventional TC box mods with atomizers. So today we will make a comparison evaluation about Aspire Breeze 2 and its update version: Nautilus. Which places have been updated?
The first one is the old Aspire Breeze 2 AIO Pod Kit, which is ergonomically designed with a very compact construction. Like the previous generation, Breeze 2 still uses a rounded rectangular body design, the exterior of the body is made of zinc alloy material. Breeze 2 has been improved in the mediocrity of the first generation of products, the size of the body is very comfortable, the body processing technology is excellent, and the new atomizing structure makes the Breeze 2 both improved in appearance and performance. Breeze 2’s cartridges are solid and durable and are clearly distinguishable from common disposable cartridges. Breeze 2’s cartridges are easy to clean, and vapors can easily observe the amount of e-juice remaining in the cartridge.
About the Breeze 2’s performance. When you smoke the Breeze 2, you will get a warm, delicious MTL experience and a comfortable throat-hitting feeling, while the vapor can also adjust the amount of air intake, which is ideal for vapors who love high nicotine smoke.
The secondly is the updated Aspire Nautilus AIO Pod System Kit. The Aspire Nautilus AIO is also pretty small, it easily fits into your hand, and thanks to the relatively flat design, fits into your pocket without you really knowing it’s there. The plastic cartridge holds 4.5ml of e-juice with a resistance of 1.8ohm. The one with green rubber stoppers on is meant for nicotine salts whilst the white version is for standard e-liquids. Moreover, the Aspire Nautilus AIO comes with a 1000mAh internal battery, which is pretty impressive considering its size.
About the Nautilus AIO Pod System Kit’s performance. Compare to the previous Aspire Breeze 2 AIO Pod Kit, I find it hard to see any real differences. However, although the performance is similar, the Aspire Nautilus AIO uses the old Nautilus coils, which mean getting replacement coils will be a whole lot easier. Overall, really happy with the performance of the device, with the airflow fully open you can perform direct lung inhales, albeit very restrictive, and with the airflow closed will suit mouth to lung inhales so should suit all types of vapors.
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