Aspire Nautilus 2 Clearomizer
Aspire Nautilus 2 Clearomizer
Aspire designed specifically as an MTL clearomizer, with the qualities of a real star: the Nautilus 2. Its extracurve fireplace, the five-stage airflow control as well as the smart potato function of the strikingly shaped clearomizer convince particularly in terms of style and taste. The matching clearomizer units can be found here and here in our shop.
- - leak-proof
- - easy to fill from above (Topfill)
- - compatible with the coils of the previous models
- - distinctive design
- - individually adjustable bottom airflow
- - MTL clearomizer
- Material: Stainless steel or aluminum (for the colored versions), glass
- Dimensions: 22 mm x 53 mm (including drip tip)
- Connection: 510
- Capacity: approx. 2ml
- BVC coils
- Resistance: 0.7 Ohm (18-23 Watts)
- Resistance: 1.8 Ohm (10-14 Watts)
1x Aspire Nautilus 2 clearomizer
1x replacement glass tank
1x BVC coil 0.7 Ohm (pre-installed)
1x BVC coil 1.8 Ohm
1x replacement gaskets
- Innovations of the Nautilus 2
If such a vaporizer is announced, then it brings some innovations and improvements with it. Basically it is the Nautilus mini 2, because the tank holds 2ml like the Nautilus mini.
- Optical changes
The most striking, external change is the design. The clearomizer has a more modern design, but does not dispense with a high degree of recognition. Thus remains in the upper area a vault which were also recognition marks of the predecessors of the Nautilus 2. However, this is much more harmonious and pleasing, so at least my feeling. Some speak of a Space Vader helmet. Furthermore, it is noticeable that the glass has disappeared behind a metal shell with round shop windows. This protects the glass and for those who like it colorful, there are more colors to choose from.
In the previous Nautilus, the liquid was filled from below. This means you have unscrewed the tank and filled the liquid into the container. The disadvantage so far was that many users had problems that the glass was too tight above the seal and the steamer was not always open smoothly. The new Systen of the Nautilus 2 leaves the glass and you just screw off the metal sleeve. This, however, also leads to the greatest disadvantages of the new Nautilus. This is also associated with some disadvantages.
- Coil heads
The old coil heads of the Nautilus and of the Triton fit perfectly. The new Nautilus comes with a 1.8 Ohm and a 0.7 Ohm head. Some may think that 0.7 ohms is now subohm and only what for lung vapers (DTL). The vapers can not be put to the resistance alone. The primary factor is the airflow, the air resistance and the overall performance that make up the difference between the vapers and the steamer. The resistance provides at most a rough clue in which direction it can go. However, if the coil head has small liquid channels and the clearomizer has a strict tensile strength, then it is a baking dripper because a liquid clearomizer can not evaporate enough liquid. In the Praxistest of the Nautilus it is therefore almost no matter what head you screw in, there is no more steam coming out. Only the steam is warmer at 0.7 ohm, the head jumps faster and evaporates faster. The 1.8 Ohm head, on the other hand, provides cooler steam and jumps more leisurely.
- Recommended settings:
1.8 ohms / 10-14 watts
0.7 ohms / 18-23 watts
Using the 1.8 Ohm coil heads keeps the battery longer. With the new heads one can vaporize VG-heavy liquids (in the test 70%)
- The disadvantages
The new Nautilus 2 brings not only new, some speak in part of a step back.
- Coil change
If you wanted to change the coil so you could do so even if the tank was full. You screw the tank over head as if you want to fill liquid and then comes to the coil. If the coil is changed simply screw the tank together with liquid again. The Nautilus 2 is no longer. To get to the coil the glass must be removed. Before this, the liquid must be dumped. A quick change of the coil is no longer possible with the Topfill system.
As with all pot filling systems, it can come bubbling after filling. For this you have to know that when screwed together, no matter which system of filling, an overpressure in the tank arises which escapes through the coil. If you have a filling system like the old Nautilus, this is cop screwed over. The air is at the bottom of the coil. The pressure escapes in the form of air by the coil. The pot is in the liquid. If pressure now comes through the screw it pushes liquid into the coil and it comes to the feared bubbling. You can prevent the one in which one at the last half to complete turn one the Nautilus 2 upside down and then completely screwed. So there is air again at the bottom of the coil which can escape there.
Either a few times steaming and it usually goes away or one pustet in the clearomizer, but upwards, speak one must put the clearomizer upside down. In this way you press the excess liquid out of the tank, the overpressure can escape through the air ducts.