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Nautilus Mini - The Next Generation of Tank Systems

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The Nautilus Mini is the next generation of tank systems. The upgraded Nautilus Mini has improvements which are user friendly. Aspire installs the Nautilus Mini with a newly designed 1.8-Ohm BVC (bottom vertical coil). The typical preferable setting is at 13 watts. The new coil lasts longer and with proper priming the life of the coil can be extended while providing users with pure, clean taste from e-liquids.

The Nautilus Mini has a unique four-port system, so the draw, warmth and amount of vapor produced varies depending upon your personal setting. With the different sized air-ports, the user can produce big clouds of vapor with excellent flavor. Should you prefer, or an e-juice require a tighter draw with less air for full flavor, with a quick turn of the adjustable airflow valve ring the Mini Nautilus provides an instant modification to the vaping experience. The Mini Nautilus provides a plethora of vaping experiences with one device and many variables thanks to the revolutionary design.

The Nautilus Mini paired with an Eleaf 20 watt and bendable adapter provides a compact and easy way to carry your vape. The bottom connector is compatible with any 510-battery. The Pyrex glass tank has one of the nicer appearances with a unique thread design and stainless-steel polish. The stainless round drip tip has silicone rubber seal and can be used with any of your favorite 510 drip tips with this device.

The Aspire Nautilus Mini kit includes the tank for starters installed with a 1.8 BVC head, an instructional manual which will help guide you through filing the tank and how to take care of the device. Also equipped with a replacement 1.8ohm, Bottom Vertical Coil and an eGo threaded cone adapter or Beauty Ring giving a streamline appearance with the battery

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