Element Vape is proud to present the authentic the Aspire Nautilus BVC (Botton Vertical Coil) Mini tank. The Aspire Nautilus Mini Tank is made out of stainless steel with pyrex glass that can contain up to 2 ml of e-liquid. With the newest BVC (Bottom Vertical Coil) technology, it will bring out the flavor of the e-liquids as well as make the tank have more durability.
I haven’t a lot of time to test it, but it performs really well. In the video, I unboxed the Aspire Nautilus Mini and put some Key Lime Custard from V8PBar in Norcross Georgia. This was an awesome new flavor from this company that I discovered at Vape-a-Palooza. It tastes splendid on a dripper but didn’t really have that same great taste on a 2 ohm coil in the Nautilus Mini. Since then, I have tried two other juices more catered to tanks in the Nautilus Mini and those flavors taste great.
Here are my quick notes on the Aspire Nautilus Mini.
- Bad – The glass is still threaded glass. I think this is a bad idea and makes it easier to break when it takes a shock. The metal on glass concept just seems unsafe.
- Good – Great Vape. The new BVC work well. Not to mention, you can use the new bottom vertical coils in the original Nautilus as well.
- Good – Looks great on smaller devices like the Innokin CLK! and the Vision Spinner 2.
- Bad – I don’t like the logo printed on the glass. I would much rather see it engraved on the metal base.
You can get the Aspire Nautilus Mini from ElementVape for $23.49 right now.
Aspire Nautilus BVC Mini Tank Features:
- Stainless steel
- Pyrex glass tube
- Redesigned bottom vertical coil
- 510 threaded connection
- 18.5mm diameter
- 1.6ohms and 1.8ohms
- 1x Aspire Nautilus BVC Mini tank
- 1x threaded ego cone
- 1x redesigned bottom vertical coil
- 1x User Manual
I watched Grimm Green’s video this morning and he gave a pretty good history lesson explaining how the BVCs are a throw back to the old cartomizers. He really loves the vape of this tank too.
What do you think?